The wigwam on exhibit at the Skowhegan History House. Contributed photo

Skowhegan History House will host an opening ceremony its newest outdoor exhibit, the Wigwam, at 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 23, on the west side lawn at 66 Elm St. It was constructed last summer by former Wabanaki Chief and Native artisan Barry Dana with help from nine local high school students.

The Skowhegan History House, now in its 84th season, is open for the 2021 season from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.

The staff looks forward with great anticipation to greet friends, welcome new visitors, and continue our mission to protect, preserve and promote Skowhegan’s cultural legacy.

For more information, contact Kim Wilson, History House curator, at 207-474-6632 or [email protected].

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