The Narragansett Historical Society, in partnership with Friends of the Historic Narragansett Towers, will host this showing of the 57-minute documentary film which tells the story of the only surviving pre-contact (1100-1400) Native American village on the New England coast. Director Marc Levitt calls it a story about “place” and how land and spirit are interwoven.
This film premiered in November and has been shown at various venues over the winter, but you may not have had a chance to see it (or even if you have, it is worth seeing at least twice.) This location was and is an important find for Narragansett history, and the film details the findings and the process of preserving it.
Hope to see you there! Reservations not required. The film is about an hour long.