The one-day workshop will be led by Ricardo Nazario-Colón, WCU’s chief diversity officer.
The twin sisters’ performance and the open jam session that follows will be held at the headquarters for Homebase College Ministry, located on the east side of the WCU campus at 82 Central Drive.
Vidor, a community of some 12,000 people, was hit hard by Tropical Storm Imelda in September, with resulting floodwaters damaging or destroying numerous homes.
Activities provide an opportunity for the campus and community to learn about native people's traditional culture, music, crafts, dance and concepts of life.
An event has been relaunched to recognize WCU employees who have hit a five-year incremental milestone in their work on campus.
Patricia Kaemmerling received the university's Distinguished Service Award and three high-achieving alumni - Tyler McKenzie, Danita Johnson and Matt Hickey - were honored by the Alumni Association.
Jack Smith, a nationally recognized grant writing trainer, will serve as workshop instructor.
Faculty and students were looking for the remains of a crew member from an Army Air Force bomber brought down by Luftwaffe fighters in Germany.
“Mountain People, Mountain Lives” is a collection of 75 individuals’ stories as recorded by students and presented recently at the Oral History Association annual meeting in Utah.