This year’s Moundville Native American Festival will be ONLINE and is happening from October 7-9, 2021! For more information on this event, visit the Festival website: festival.museums.ua.edu
Thursday, October 7
|9:00 am||Storytime with Grayhawk|
|11:00 am||Beadwork with Juanita Gardinski|
|7:00 pm||Moundville Museum Mystery (LIVE Event)|
Friday, October 8
|9:00 am||Performance by Lyndon Alec|
|11:00 am||Language Workshop with Muscogee (Creek) Nation Mvskoke Language Program (LIVE Event)|
|1:00 pm||Stickball with Tony Garter|
Saturday, October 9
|9:00 am||Creek Life with Rosa Hall|
|11:00 am||Birds of Prey Presentation|
|1:00 pm||Performance by Mystic Wind Choctaw Dancers|
Our Goosechase Scavenger Hunt will be an educational experience that can be used in Moundville Archaeological Park as well as
inside the classroom.
For instructions on how to download the Goosechase app, visit the Goosechase website.
Game code: D7WQ68
The classroom with the highest score at the end of the year will win a prize!
Moundville Museum Mystery:
Dates and Times
● Thursday, October 7 at 10 AM for Students
● Thursday, October 7 at 7 PM for General Public
This virtual education experience will offer you a chance to connect, play, and laugh your way through Moundville Archaeological Park and the Jones Archaeological Museum. Your Host (Rebecca Johnson, The University of Alabama Museums‘ Communications Specialist) will give you clues and instructions while your Tour Guide (Lindsey Gordon, Moundville’s Education Outreach Coordinator) will be in the museum with a live video feed acting as your eyes, ears, hands, and feet. Rebecca will help you watch videos, and help you keep track of the items and clues you find along the way. This interactive experience would be catered to classrooms on Thursday, October 7 at 10 AM. Each class will have to work together using Moundville’s history to solve one of Moundville’s Museum Mysteries!
How to Sign Up
Educators: Sign you class up for the experience through this online form.