Journeys to the Past

Presented by Jacque Tahuka Nunez, Native American Educator

Native American Storytelling! Orange County Educator of the Year for 2009, Jacque Tahuka Nunez, takes students on a journey into the lifestyle of the indigenous people of California. Children experience lively music, storytelling, songs, games, and dance with opportunities to participate.  Students leave with an appreciation of environmentalism and what it means to be “keepers of the earth.” Presentation aligns with CA HSS (4.2.1).

Offered: November 7, 2019; December 12, 2019; January 9, 2020; April 23, 2020; May 14, 2020 and June 4, 2020
Duration: 1 hour
Start Time: 11:00 a.m.
Location: Central Courtyard, unless raining
Size: 15 people minimum to 300 people maximum
Cost: $4 per person
*Classes are not guaranteed to be private

Jacque Nunez is a direct descendant of the Juañeno Band of Mission Indians, also known as the Acjachemen Indians. Her great great grandfather was one of the leather jacket soldiers that guarded Father Serra as he traveled from San Diego to San Juan Capistrano. Jacque grew up in the oldest home in California, Los Rios Adobe. Her family has lived in this house built by Feliciano Rios over 200 years ago. Her storytelling venue which is the only Native American venue in any of the 21 missions is unique, engaging and memorable. Jacque received the honor of being selected “Educator of the Year in 2009 for the State of California in Native American Studies. Your students will learn the lifestyle of the builders of the Mission, songs, and stories and will walk away with the knowledge that everyone’s history is important and every culture deserves respect!

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