Memory Booth

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The VAAA Storytelling Project will be hosting a Memory Booth at various community events around N’Dakinna (our homeland). The Memory Booth is a place where Abenaki people can create artwork and tell their stories to promote health and wellness. 

This year, we are processing our thoughts and feelings about the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccines, disparities, and access.

Your artwork and stories will inform the creation of new digital content and a traveling exhibit that promotes Abenaki voices about this crucial topic.

Upcoming Memory Booth Locations

Dates will be announced when available.

Past Memory Booth Locations

  • June 18-19 – Abenaki Heritage Weekend, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, Basin HarborRd, Vergennes, VT 05491
  • August 19 – 20, 2022 – Nulhegan Heritage Gathering, Camp Sunrise Cub Scouting Camp, 2050 Sunset Lake Rd, Benson, VT 05743
  • October 8, 2022 – 3rd Annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Rocks!


Participants will receive a free t-shirt or insulated cup as a thank you gift for their participation.

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Sponsored by the Vermont Department of Health.

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