- March 25, 2018
- Rancho Camulos Museum
Pukúu Cultural Community Services is partnering with the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians to build a traditional Tataviam village at Coaynga, the place of the food, in present-day Piru, California.
Village-building is led by FTBMI Elders Council Chairman Alan Salazar and is welcome to the public.
The village, hosted by Rancho Camulos Museum, and sponsored by FivePoint and SCVTV, includes a kiic (dwelling place), ramada for traditional storytelling, a traditional sweat, and an assortment of native plants!
To RSVP, please click here and fill out the form: https://www.pukuu.org/event/help-build-a-tataviam-village/?event_date=2017-11-05
Click here to watch an interview by SCVTV: https://scvtv.com/2017/10/23/local-tribe-building-tataviam-village-at-rancho-camulos/