2018 Heart Mountain Pilgrimage
Early Registration is open to Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation members only. If you would like to register, please purchase a membership here (can be purchased at the same time as your event registration). Early Registration will be open from February 1-28, 2018 or until 100 registrations have been filled. Open Registration will begin on April 1, 2018.
Join us for the seventh annual Heart Mountain Pilgrimage at the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center and National Historic Landmark Site. This year's event will feature a special exhibition of Estelle Ishigo works, tours of the site led by former incarcerees, a film premiere by Indie artist Kishi Bashi, and much more.
The the optional sessions and activities available during the event are listed below. These optional activities are first come, first serve and are not guaranteed to be available for every attendee. You can view/download the full descriptions here (will open in new tab/window).
 Friday Educational Session One
Session 1-A: Memories of Heart Mountain
Sam Mihara, Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation
Session 1-B: The No-No Boy Music Project
Julian Saporiti & Erin Aoyama
Session 1-C: Artifacts of Incarceration
Clement Hanami, Japanese American National Museum / Noriko Sanefuji, National Museum of American History / Nancy Ukai, 50 Objects/50 Stories Project
 Friday Educational Session Two
Session 2-A: Memories of Heart Mountain
Session 2-B: The No-No Boy Music Project
Session 2-C: The Power of Digital Storytelling - Learn How to Tell Your Family’s Story!
Jeff MacIntyre, Content Media Group
Session 2-D: Introduction to Swing Dancing
Grant and Rachel Sunada
Saturday Guided Activities
 One (10:00 am) ~  Two (11:00 am) ~  Three (2:00 pm)
A: Tour the original hospital grounds with a former incarceree
B: Tour the memorial & honor roll with a former incarceree
C: Tour the original Heart Mountain barrack with a former incarceree
D: Film premiere & performance by Kishi Bashi
E: Kids’ activities from camp
F: Unguided exploration of the site and center on your own