The museum is happy to open two new exhibits "Mystery Unearthed: The Extraordinary Story of Two Lenape Rock Shelters," and New Exhibit: Tropical Storm Unearths Upper Saucon's Ancient Past: Lenape Life along Saucon Creek in April of 2016.
For over 30 years the Museum of Indian Culture has been hosting the event Roasting Ears of Corn Native American festival in August, which features authentic dancers, demonstrators, vendors, and food from various Native American tribes.
In October, the Museum hosts a Family Fun Day, a Native American experience for families including crafts, hot cocao, a tour of the museum and surrounding area, and storytelling. An Open House with various events in November rounds out the year.
All events are family-friendly and take place on the museum grounds. More information is available on the museum's website at www.museumofindianculture.org.