Indigenous Thanksgiving Traditions

With Poets Lucille Lang Day & Denise Low

FRIDAY, November 15, 2024

7:00 PM Reading and Conversation


Programmed by Denise Low

Indigenous Thanksgiving Traditions

November 15, 2024

Indigenous Thanksgiving Traditions

Lucille Lang Day, Wampanoag, is a descendant of the tribal nation associated with the first Thanksgiving. Denise Low has heritage from New Jersey area people who celebrated a unique doll dance of gratitude for nature’s gifts. Both will explain, in comments and in poetry, what traditions continue in present time and their possible connections to Thanksgiving. 

Audience members are invited to bring a Thanksgiving poem to share in an open mic session after the reading.

Friday, November 15, 7:00 PM



Lucille Lang Day

Lucille Lang Day



Denise Low

Denise Low



Things to Know

Our Venue

THE 222 is a small intimate venue. All seats are very good and have a clear view of the stage.

Seating for this concert is general open seating club style with round tables that seat four people.

We are located at 222 Healdsburg Ave. Healdsburg, CA 95448 (707) 473-9152

Run Time

Approximately 75 minutes (no intermission) 


THE 222 is all on ground level. There are no steps. All facilities are ADA compliant. Public parking is available on the north side of the building and along Healdsburg Ave. and Center St.

Food & Beverage Services

Wine and beverage service is available at THE 222 through Grapeseed Wines. Please come early to make sure you have time to get a drink and be comfortably situated at your table before the event. 

No food service is currently provided.

Age Recommendation

We recommend this performance for ages 10 and up. Children under 5 are not admitted.

Content Advisory

This performance has no content advisory and is suitable for all audiences.

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