The Crissy Field Center presents a community collaborative exhibit featuring
life-size images and portraits of Ohlone people from the late 19th and early 20th
centuries. Go beyond myth and legend by viewing images and commentary of
contemporary Ohlone people who continue to keep their traditions, stories, and
Sunday, November 7; 1 to 2:30 p.m.
Descendants of the people whose images are displayed will share a few words and
memories about their relative(s). Refreshments will be provided following the
discussion and exhibit unveiling.
November 7 to December 31
Open every Wednesday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Groups please call (415)
561-7752 to arrange your visit.
Connecting with Cultures: Ohlone/Costanoan Communities
Sunday, December 5; 2 to 3 p.m
Ethnohistorian and Archaeologist, Randy Milliken, shares his research of the
Ohlone/Costanoan communities that once lived on the San Francisco Peninsula.
Beginning with the Yelamus of the Presidio and ten other Ramaytush communities,
he will discuss the Alcantara and Evencio families from the early 20th century.
Admission is free; please call (415) 561-7752 to pre-register.
The Crissy Field center is located in Presidio National Park in San Francisco, and is a long term co-presenter of indigenous programs with the Native American Cultural Center.