Nature & Culture Series #1: Pipil Culture & Crafts of El Salvador

03/25/2017, 2:00 pm

When:
Saturday, March 25, 2017, 2 p.m.
Cost: Free!
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RSVP appreciated but not required
All ages welcome

Where:

Cooley Landing Education Center
2100 Bay Road
East Palo Alto, CA 94303

What's Happening:
Join us for a journey in time to learn how the Pipil from El Salvador lived and thrived in a rich environment. A people long gone, their history can now only be found in stone and the heart of its descendants. Come and listen to the wisdom of its people through a story of how the 'god' of wind, and 'god' sun created maize. Join us and make an "offering dish" to take home as a symbol of the love of a people towards the land that birthed them.

This event is first in a 3-part Nature & Culture educational program series that highlights diverse cultures and their unique connections with nature! Stay tuned for more.



About the Instructor: Mario Cuellar
Mario Cuellar has 8+ years of full-time experience in K-12 formal and Informal public programs education in major museums of the Bay Area including The California Academy of Sciences and The Tech Museum of Innovation. Recently he has worked, specifically, in after-school and expanded learning programs. He is also the co-creator of the award winning “Ravenswood City School District Maker Space Initiative" which has since become the framework for all other STEM initiatives in San Mateo County.