Indigenous Perspective Canoe Series

9/26 8am @ Conscience Point, NY

9/27 1pm @ Sly Fox Den, Preston, CT

10/3 8am @ Conscience Point, NY

We invite you to join us to paddle on a guided tour of the ancient waterways of the Indigenous people of the Long Island Sound.
Moskehtu Consulting Presents “Long Island Indigenous Perspective Paddle Tour at Conscience Point” sponsored by Southampton History Museum and Indigenous Owned and Operated  Sly Fox Den Restaurant invite you to join us to paddle on a guided tour of the ancient waterways of the Indigenous people of the Long Island Sound.  The feedback was so positive from attendees of the last canoe tour we have decided to do a Series of canoe tours around the Long Island. Each ticket is to be purchased separately. MUST BRING YOUR OWN CANOES/KAYAKS PADDLE 9/26 8am @ Conscience Point, NY 9/27 1pm @ Sly Fox Den, Preston, CT 10/3 8am @ Conscience Point, NY Conscience Point is the known for being the landing place where the Shinnecock people made contact with the first English colonist who arrived in Southampton in June of 1640. In June 2012 the Shinnecok Paddled in a 4 day canoe journey from their territoy to Peqout Territoy where Sly Fox Den is located today. We encourage our attendees to have lunch at Sly Fox Den after the tour. Check out their menu. The tour will cover oral Indigenous history, Indigenous plant identificationindigenous lifeways, and Indigenous songsWhat to bring: Canoe or Kayak, Paddles, Life vests, Dry Bag, Sunscreen; Bug Spray, Hat, Sunglasses, We ask paddlers to arrive at least 30min prior to time noted to be prepared to unload vessels and gather as a group before we launch. The duration of the tour will be determined on the group. The tour can range from 1 hour to 2 hours. We are following the social distance guidelines and what to make sure everyone is safe and still having an enjoyable experience. All paddlers joining must bring their own canoes/kayaks, paddles, and life vest to join us on the tour. We thank you for your understanding.