Cultural Connections in the Park

Visit our keyboard shortcuts docs for details
4 minutes, 8 seconds

Though Acadia is well known for its landscapes and natural history, it also has many rich layers of significant cultural history. Wabanaki people have lived here for as long as 10,000 years, and many continue to call this place home, or feel connected to it from afar. In partnership with the Abbe Museum, Acadia National Park, and sponsored by Dawnland, LLC, the Cultural Connections in the Park program hosts free public events every Wednesday from late June through September that feature artists and performers from Wabanaki culture.

Last updated: July 4, 2018