From Dancing Star, a Native American Storyteller, to some fun activities, almost 40 Taunton River lovers showed up on a rainy Saturday to talk about their fondest memories of the river and share their vision for the future of the Taunton River.
The Workshop was hosted at the Bristol County Agricultural High School and if you haven't seen their Natural History Center and Museum of Taunton River wildlife, you are missing one of the most treasured small museums on the South Shore.
information about the Bristol County Natural History Center and Museum, call
508-669-6744. Admission is free.
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|THANKS TO ALL WHO ATTENDED- IT WAS GREAT FUN AND A GREAT SUCCESS!|
|Introductions and Morning Coffee|
|Dancing Star, a Native American Storyteller entertained and informed.|
|"The river is a great gift from the creator, and with that gift comes great responsibility." Dancing Star|
|Visioning Workshops and Sharing of Favorite Taunton River Stories.|
|River Lovers come in all shapes and sizes|
|The Traveling "Taunton River Troupe" performs their vision of the Taunton River (yes, these are actual attendees!)|
|A Visit from Senator Pacheco|
Senator Pacheco spoke of the local committment to the Taunton River and how impressed he was with the Bristol County Agricultural Natural History Center and Museum.
|More fun in the afternoon with role playing and creative interpretation of the Taunton River.|