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Sitting inside a canoe at the Garvies Point (Credit: Tara Conry)

Sitting inside a canoe at the Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in Glen Cove, Jack Arena, 6, of Glen Head, brings in his "catch" of plastic fish during the Thanksgiving Native American Feast. (Nov. 24, 2013)

Native American Feast at Garvies Point

Hundreds of children and their families visited the Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in Glen Cove during the weekend for the annual Thanksgiving Native American Feast, in which families learn Northeastern Native American culture.

From left, the Levine brothers Ian, 9, and
(Credit: Tara Conry)

From left, the Levine brothers Ian, 9, and Samuel, 7, of Port Washington, test out traditional Native American tools at the Garvies Point Museum and Preserve's annual two-day Thanksgiving feast in Glen Cove. (Nov. 24, 2013)

Marco Monroy, 2, of Port Washington, plays inside
(Credit: Tara Conry)

Marco Monroy, 2, of Port Washington, plays inside a wigwam during the Thanksgiving Native American Feast held at the Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in Glen Cove. (Nov. 24, 2013)

From left, Great Neck's Talia Soto, 6, and
(Credit: Tara Conry)

From left, Great Neck's Talia Soto, 6, and Lily Gimondo, 6, participate in a pottery workshop at the Garvies Point Museum and Preserve's Thanksgiving Native American Feast in Glen Cove. (Nov. 24, 2013)

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Sitting inside a canoe at the Garvies Point
(Credit: Tara Conry)

Sitting inside a canoe at the Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in Glen Cove, Jack Arena, 6, of Glen Head, brings in his "catch" of plastic fish during the Thanksgiving Native American Feast. (Nov. 24, 2013)

Kristen Arena, 6, of Glen Head, explores the
(Credit: Tara Conry)

Kristen Arena, 6, of Glen Head, explores the exhibits at the Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in Glen Cove during the Thanksgiving Native American Feast. (Nov. 24, 2013)

Westbury's Jerry Kielar, 40, and Sheba Rivera, 29,
(Credit: Tara Conry)

Westbury's Jerry Kielar, 40, and Sheba Rivera, 29, cook pieces of steak and rainbow trout over an open fire during the Thanksgiving Native American Feast at the Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in Glen Cove. (Nov. 24, 2013)

Inside the Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in
(Credit: Tara Conry)

Inside the Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in Glen Cove, Violet Schenck, 3, of Sea Cliff, gets her face painted for the annual Thanksgiving Native American Feast. (Nov. 24, 2013)

Sporting face paint, Isabella Smith, 6, of Glen
(Credit: Tara Conry)

Sporting face paint, Isabella Smith, 6, of Glen Cove, grounds cornmeal to make soup at the Thanksgiving Native American Feast at Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in Glen Cove. (Nov. 24, 2013)

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Thomas Natale, a volunteer at Garvies Point Museum
(Credit: Tara Conry)

Thomas Natale, a volunteer at Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in Glen Cove, teaches Glen Head's Sylvie Ward, 6, how to throw a spear at the annual Thanksgiving Native American Feast. (Nov. 24, 2013)

Dominic Tumminelli, 9, of Lindenhurst, attempts to use
(Credit: Tara Conry)

Dominic Tumminelli, 9, of Lindenhurst, attempts to use an ancient tool known as the atlatl to spear a paper turkey at the Thanksgiving Native American Feast at Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in Glen Cove. (Nov. 24, 2013)

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