11795 Malki Road
Banning, California 92220
For further information you can call: (951)-849-7289
Agave Harvest and Tasting
The agave was a staple food item of the Cahuilla and other Southern California Native American tribes. Daniel McCarthy, Malki Museum's Board President, will give a lecture on the historical uses of agave, as well as demonstrate how to harvest the Agave plant.
Saturday, April 9th, 2016
Local History of the Cahuilla
Lecture by Betty Meltzer
Saturday, February 27th, 2016
Location: Malki Museum
11795 Malki Rd. Banning, CA 92220
What Makes Malki Special?
Malki Museum is the oldest non-profit museum founded by Native Americans
on a California Indian reservation, and has been the inspiration for several other Indian museums.
It has a unique history and is committed to preserving the cultural traditions and history of the Cahuilla
Indians and other southern California Indian tribes. Malki also founded an academic publishing press in 1965, which has printed many high quality books and materials on Native American culture, including the well-known Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology.