Native American wisdom will feature at musical event

Attendees to any of the "Sound & Spirit" events later this month will get a unique perspective on life from a resident artist of the Oneida Nation Arts program. Coleen Bins, a retired art educator and owner of Chief Oshkosh in Egg Harbor, will be joining forces with Studio 330 owner Hans Christian for a series of events in Sturgeon Bay that promise to take participants on a peaceful, meditative and inspiring journey. Bins will share stories on Creation and creativity from her Native American heritage and will attempt to remind people of their connection to their spirits. Bins said she was approached by Christian first and that it was an easy decision to join up with the recording studio for the event.


The events will be held each Saturday from January 19th to February 2nd. A donation of $20 is required. RSVPs can be made by calling Hans Christian at (920) 818-0448.

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