Morning Home Tour of Native American Collection

  • June 16, 2018
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • 7045 Windchime Way, Roseville

Registration is closed

Enjoy an amazing cultural experience close to home!

Member Cheewa James will open her home in Roseville share her amazing Native American Collection.  


A brief look at the basic cultures and nations of American Indians, including the recent advent of casinos, will be presented. A sample of Native drumming and song will be given.

The bulk of Native items in Cheewa's possession were collected by her father (1900 - 1982), who is Modoc, and her mother (1904 -1962), the daughter of German immigrants. The items were collected when they lived on Oregon’s Klamath Reservation where Cheewa was born. The baskets, pottery, beadwork, rugs, dolls and artwork come from tribes throughout the U.S. and most date before 1940.

Don't miss this up-close and personal cross-cultural experience!

Questions about the program?  Contact Cheewa at or 916-666-7520

Everyone is invited to LEO lunch at 12:00 in Timbers at the Lodge Restaurant in Roseville - Sun City.  A second group of members can sign up for a tour following lunch at 1:30.

Registration will be open to members on a first-come, first-served basis for a maximum number of 20 participants per tour.  If we do not reach the maximum number for the tour, we will open the event for member's guests.  Due to the limited numbers for this event, if you are unable to attend, please cancel so another member can be included.  

Email Kathy Hart at if you have questions.


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