Wabanang: An Anishinaabe Granddaughter’s Search for the Truth

You are invited to a Special Edition of Tuesday Night at the Museum. Judii Merle will discuss her fictional novel, Wabanang: An Anishinaabe Granddaughter’s Search for the Truth, that is loosely based on her life. You will also be privy to some beautiful drumming by Judi.

Anishinaabe Grandmother Judii Merle has cleverly woven tradition and history, using Ojibwe phrases, words and pronunciation, and with it, cultural authenticity, to tell her semi-biographical story. Wabanang encounters along the way both kind and cantankerous Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who shape her life and memories about coming of age as an Ojibwe girl and of the dehumanizing residential school experience.

Sisters in Spirit Day on October 4th honours missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, and shows support for their loved ones.

There is a $3 admission fee to attend this presentation. No pre-registration is required.

Museum hours

Monday – Saturday: 10am–5pm

Macpherson House & Park hours

Closed for the season – stay tuned for 2023 updates

Archives Hours

Monday – Friday: 10am – 12pm*, 1pm –4pm

*closed from 12pm –  1pm 

Museum and Archives daily rate

Adults: $3
Children under 12: free

Museum & Archives location

97 Thomas St E, Napanee, ON K7R 4B9

Macpherson House & Park location

180 Elizabeth Street, Napanee, ON K7R 1B5

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