SPParks Lecture in Sonoma Mission Chapel, “Pomo and Wappo Basketry”

Clint McKay, Pomo/Wappo basket maker and Indigenous Education Coordinator and Native Advisory Council Chair at Pepperwood Preserve, will display his baskets and speak to us about the artistry and cultural significance of baskets in the lives of indigenous people.

Thursday evening lectures are tentatively scheduled to be held at the Sonoma Mission Chapel, pending state loosening of restrictions on indoor gatherings.  Check back on this website for updates on this as well as possible masking requirements.  If held in person, admission fee will be $10 general public, $5 SPParks members, and free to Sonoma State Historic Park docents.