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Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center
Make It & Take It (Athabascan Jewelry Making)

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Receive one FREE admission to a Make It & Take It jewelry making session with the purchase of an accompanying session.

(This page is only a description of the coupon. You must buy the Alaska TourSaver® book or the TourSaver® App to get your unique book number to use this offer.)

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Coupon Expires: 8-30-2020

Work with an Alaska Native artist to make your own dentalium shell or porcupine quill earrings or beaded bracelet. Learn how the quills are collected and prepared. Learn how shells and glass beads became part of the Athabascan beadwork tradition.

Space is limited; advanced reservations recommended at 907-459-3741. Must mention TourSaver book when making reservations. Valid Monday-Friday, June-August 2020 from 10am-5pm. Not combinable with any other promotion, offer, or discount. VOID if detached from booklet. Not commissionable.

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