Buffalo Gals Luncheon
May 24, 11:45 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Join us for our Spring Buffalo Gals Luncheon on May 24 when Hunter Old Elk presents Apsáalooke Women’s Virtues: The Role of Women in Crow Indian Culture. In her presentation, Old Elk uses ethnography, oral traditions, and scholarship to understand gendered roles in Crow culture.
Cost for our luncheon is just $25 for Buffalo Bill Center of the West members and $35 for non-members. Not yet a Buffalo Bill Center of the West member? Click here to find out more and join!
Space is limited for this always-popular event, so be sure to reserve your seat today by e-mailing our Membership Office or calling 307-578-4008.
About Our Speaker:
Biiawassania (Woman Who Leads), Crow/Yakama grew up on the Crow Indian Reservation in Southeastern Montana and is currently the Curatorial Assistant for the Plains Indian Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in history at Mount St. Mary’s University. She has always been inspired by the lives of Native American women who lived and thrived on the Plains. Her life’s work is dedicated to their complex legacies.