Native American Storytelling with Paul White Eagle

November is National Native American Heritage Month, established to recognize the first peoples of this continent and celebrate their culture, heritage, history, and contemporary identities.


To honor this special month Bollinger County Museum of Natural History in Marble Hill hosts AnNiYvWiYa Chief White Eagle on Saturday, November 20 at 2:00 p.m. White Eagle; well-known storyteller, lecturer, artist, and teacher, will entertain you with Native American stories. Stories are powerful tools to help us learn about other people and their cultures. Bring your whole family to this family friendly event.


Registration is not required.  To register and save your seat for this event visit our website at  Seats will fill up fast. Please register by Thursday, November 18th. Tickets will be emailed to those who register.


Children will enjoy a Native American scavenger hunt from noon-4:00pm and other Native American activities.


The Bollinger County Museum of Natural History is located at 209 Mayfield Drive in Marble Hill.


Regular admission to the museum will apply.

Museum admission: Adults $5 each and 17 years and under $2 each

For more information call 573-238-1174 or email