Oneida Basket Guild:
Twatashe’nutslu:níhe (We all make baskets)modern basket

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The Twatashe’nutslu:níhe Oneida Basket Guild was formed in 2009. The guild has informal monthly meetings from August through May and schedules special workshops throughout the year. In the Oneida Indian language, Twatashe’nutslu:níhe is pronounced like dwa-da-say-noot-sloo-nee-hay and it means "We all make baskets."

The mission of the Oneida Basket Guild is to provide a comfortable and nurturing setting for every level of basket maker from the beginner to the master artist. The guild makes both Native American traditional baskets and contemporary and/or artistic baskets. The basket fibers and materials include: Black Ash splint, bass wood, willow, birch bark, sweet grass, pine needle, cedar bark and fibers, flat reeds, round reeds, and a variety of other materials.

The membership fee to join the Oneida Basket Guild is $30 dollars per year which includes instruction and materials to learn basketry skills. There are additional fees for special workshops. The guild has monthly membership meetings from August to May on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. After the meeting, they work on basket weaving project.

The Oneida Basket Guild meets in the Oneida Community Education Center*, 2632 S. Packerland Drive, Green Bay WI 54313. Info at the CEC: (920) 496-5260, and then press 0 for assistance.

Beginner Basket Weavers are welcome on the 3rd Saturdays of each month, from August to May, at 10:00 am to 2:00pm in the CEC center.*

The officers of the Oneida Basket Guild are: Tyanne Peebles, President; April Jordan, officers of guildSecretary, Michelle Duarte, Tresurer; Eric Doxtator, Historian.facebook symbol

Contact:
Oneida Basket Guild
P.O. Box 363
Oneida, WI 54155
Contact: Ty (920) 784-9651 or email Tyanne: email

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