The Utah Museum of Natural History is offering an afternoon of traditional Navajo Indian storytelling for children and adults, Friday, Dec. 14 at the museum.

In "Spider Woman Storytelling," two elders from the Navajo Tribe will tell tales on a winter theme from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. A $2 donation is requested.The event is co-sponsored by the Weaving Resource Guild of Big Mountain, which is conducting screenings of the film "Broken Rainbow," and hosting fund-raising Navajo rug sales at Salt Lake Community College, Westminster College and in Park City. For further information, contact the museum education department, 581-4887.

The museum is located at the 200 South Street entrance to the University of Utah campus.