Native America Speaks is the longest-running indigenous speaker series in the National Park Service. Your support funds over 100 events in Glacier each year, attended by more than 7,500 visitors. This award-winning program provides a unique window into the meaning and history of the place we now call Glacier National Park from the different perspectives of the Blackfeet, Salish, Pend d’Oreille and Kootenai peoples.
This Year’s Schedule Announced
The park recently released the full Native America Speaks schedule for 2019. This year’s highlights include Blackfeet singer-songwriter and program co-founder Jack Gladstone, his daughter Mariah Gladstone, and the Blackfeet Singers and Dancers, who provide insight into contemporary and traditional Blackfeet history and culture through narration and dance demonstrations.
2019 Summer Schedule
Click the schedule below to see a larger view and download the .pdf file. Scroll further down for an interactive calendar view. Use the arrows on the calendar to scroll through each month.
* A fee is charged for programs marked with an asterisk. Proceeds help fund the Glacier National Park Conservancy’s support of the Native America Speaks program.
** Entrance fee to the Museum of the Plains Indian is charged.