Make a dream catcher and catch those bad dreams before they affect your sleep tonight! NACAA (Native American Cultural Awareness Association) is sponsoring a Native Pride Workshop on Monday, April 8, from 2-4 p.m. in the UC Warhawk Commons Center.
You can get an idea of what a dream catcher looks like (and a little history) from “Dream catchers,” a web page of Native Languages of the Americas, “a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting endangered Native American languages” or Dream-Catchers.org. The latter site also has a page with instructions. “Legend of the Dreamcatcher” (2010, Phoebe’s Unusual Mysteries… Footprints in Time!, p.84) also provides brief information and an illustration.