Docstoc

schedule of events - Bois Forte

Document Sample
schedule of events - Bois Forte Powered By Docstoc
					  MN’s American Indian Month / May 2010 Events


 Wednesday, April 28 – 11AM (until 3PM) 15th Annual American Indian
Wellness Fair (Original location: Indian Center ), 1530 E. Franklin Avenue,
Minneapolis, This event promotes awareness of, and access to health services and
community resources, More than 60 local health agencies, community groups,
and HMO’s will offer exhibits, displays, and free health screenings along with a
feast of traditional food, Everyone welcome, To register: call Sandra Rivera (612)
625-4441

 Friday, April 30 – 9AM (until 3PM) American Indian Month Kick-Off,
Please join our ceremonial gathering at Cedar Field in the heart of the Little Earth
Housing Community, 25th and Cedar Avenue South in South Minneapolis, 10AM:
Parade of Nations/Celebration Walk (18 blocks) to Indian Center/Wakiagun lawn,
11AM: American Indian Cultural Corridor Banner Unveiling, 11:30AM: Veterans
Dedication (Indian Center/Wakiagun lawn), Noon: Community Photo, 12:30PM:
Feast/Live Music, Free & open to the public, FMI call (612) 871-4555 or visit
www.nacdi.org

 Friday, April 30 – 4PM (until 10PM) Festival of Nations – 2010,
Additional general public days/hours: Saturday, May 1 – 10AM (until 10PM),
Sunday, May 2 – 10AM (until 6PM), Student days/hours: Friday, April 30 –
9:30AM (until 4PM), Student tickets by reservation through Festival of Nations
only, Travel the world without a passport at the 2010 Festival of Nations,
Location: St. Paul River Centre, 175 W. Kellogg Blvd, St. Paul, Over 90 different
ethnic groups from around the world will share their foods, crafts, and traditions
that form the mosaic of our American culture, FMI call (651) 265-4800 or visit:
http://www.rivercentre.org/

 Saturday, May 1 – 6AM Sunrise Ceremony, Everyone welcome, Location:
East River Flats, Directions: East River Road – on east side of Mississippi River,
down hill from Coffman Union, Activities: tobacco offerings, prayers, smudging,
request for safe and successful Indian month, good health, good weather, good
feelings, safe streets, continental breakfast served at end, Free and open to the
public, FMI call U’of MN Council of Elders (612) 625-3187

 Saturday, May 1 – 10AM (until 4PM) Spring Art Sale [1 of 2 days]
Location: All Nations Church , 1515 E. 23rd Street , Minneapolis , Please join us!
Original beadwork, jewelry, leatherwork, fabric soaps, perfumes & much more,
Free & open to the public, Buy your unique gift items for Mother’s Day directly
from the people who handcrafted them, FMI call (612) 721-4393

 Saturday, May 1 – 10AM (until 5PM) Exhibit - From Our Ancestors: Art
of the White Clay People, Ends Sunday, May 2 (Hours: 11AM-5PM), Location:
Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 3rd Avenue South, Minneapolis, View
extraordinary objects attributed to the people of the Ft. Belknap Indian
Reservation located in north-central Montana, and the Northern Plains, And,
discover the rich history, culture, and arts of the A’aninin (Gros Ventre) and
Nakoda (Assiniboine), These tribal groups influenced one another’s artwork in
terms of color, technique, and design, FMI call (612) 642-2787 or visit:
http://www.artsmia.org/index.php?section_id=2&exh_id=2849

 Saturday, May 1 – 11AM (until 3PM) 15th Annual Native American
Youth Olympics, Sponsored by Giinew/Golden Eagles Program, Location:
Minneapolis American Indian Center , 1530 E. Franklin Avenue, Registration
begins at 11AM, Please join us for races for tiny tots thru 18-years-olds, Bring
your lawn chairs or blanket to sit on and watch the activities, Free and open to the
public, Volunteers needed, FMI please call (612) 879-1708 or visit:
www.maicnet.org

 Sunday, May 2 – Noon (until 4PM) Spring Art Sale [2 of 2 days] Location:
All Nations Church , 1515 E. 23rd Street , Minneapolis , Please join us! Original
beadwork, jewelry, leatherwork, fabric soaps, perfumes & much more, Free &
open to the public, Buy your unique gift items for Mother’s Day directly from the
people who handcrafted them, FMI call (612) 721-4393

 Sunday, May 2 – 10:45AM [1 of 3 Sunday services] Akina Community
Church Celebrating Native American Heritage, Location: 3249 30th Avenue
South , Minneapolis , Guest Speaker: Jim Bear Jacobs (Stockbridge-Munsee Band
of the Mohican), Afterward: $3.00 Indian tacos, FMI call (612) 729-0189 or visit:
www.akinachurch.com [Note: Info’ for this event arrived past the 4/29 deadline]

 Sunday, May 2 – 1PM May Day Parade & Festival, Parade to begin at 25th
Street South – travel south on Bloomington Avenue to 34th Street, and then west
to Powderhorn Park, See hand-built puppets and masks (some over 10 feet tall),
music, and performance in the street, Food & craft vendors within park, More
than 50,000 people from near and far, FMI call (612) 721-2535

 Monday, May 3 – 5:30PM (until 7PM) Book reading: Custer Died for
Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto, [1 of 4 May Mondays at 5:30PM], Location:
Minneapolis American Indian Center’s outside amphitheatre at corner of
Bloomington & Franklin Avenues, Please join us as we delve into Vine Deloria’s
groundbreaking book for its timeless impact, Free & open to the public, FMI
contact Rhiana at info@newnativetheatre.org or visit: www.newnativetheatre.org

 Tuesday, May 4 – Noon Comedian Charlie Hill at MCTC Helland Center ,
1501 Hennepin Avenue , Minneapolis , Sponsored by MCTC & UNITE Native
Student Club, Free & open to the public, Please join us for lots of laughter and
fun, FMI call (612) 659-6713
 Tuesday, May 4 – 7PM Comedian Charlie Hill at Augsburg College in the
Sateren Auditorium in the Music Hall, 2211 Riverside Avenue , Minneapolis ,
Sponsor: AI Student Services, FMI call Jennifer at (612) 330-1144

 Wednesday, May 5 – 1PM (until 5PM) Pathways to Green Resource Fair,
Sponsored by the Indigenous Peoples’ Green Jobs Coalition, Program to begin at
2:30PM), Location: Minneapolis American Indian Center, 1530 E. Franklin
Avenue, South Minneapolis, Emcee: LeMoine LaPointe, Drums: Little Earth
Little Thunder Birds, Join us as we redefine, reclaim, & rebuild our communities
through the many ways of Green (employment, education, tradition/health and
organizing), FMI contact Valerie at (612) 2435

 Thursday, May 6 – 10AM (until 3PM) NACC in the Community Open
House, Location: 1213 E. Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, Sponsors: NACC &
UCare, Please join us for the grand opening of our Dental Clinic, feast, and
giveaways, Free & open to the public, FMI contact Adrienne at (612) 872-8086,
ext. 124

 Thursday, May 6 – 3PM (until 6PM) American Indian Teacher &
Educators Fair, Location: Division of Indian Works, 1001 E. Lake Street,
Minneapolis, Dakota Lodge, For anyone interested in teaching or education as a
career – please check us out, Several colleges will be present to discuss their
education degree programs, financial aid, etc., Free & open to the public, FMI
contact Roxanne Gould at (612) 668-0614 or roxanne.gould@mpls.k12.mn.us

 Thursday, May 6 – 3:30PM (until 6:30PM) Spring Pow Wow & Family
Night, Sponsor: Anishinabe Academy , Location: 3100 E. 28th Street,
Minneapolis (Baseball fields), If rain, to be held in gymnasium, Drums:
Anishinabe & First Nations, Special guests: Mexica/Azteca Dancers, Dances:
Potatoe, Round, Two step, Raffle, Plant giveaway, Lacrosse game, Tug of war,
Art activities, Face-painting, Hula hoop contest, Students & families are
encouraged to bring dance regalia, District media will be videotaping this special
event, FMI call (612) 668-0880 or visit: www.anishinabe.mpls.k12.mn.us/

 Thursday, May 6 – 6PM (until 8PM) Red Lake Nation Embassy Open
House, 2929 Bloomington Avenue South in South Minneapolis, Please join us at
our new digs for delicious food, raffles, and entertainment, Free & open to the
public, FMI call (612) 874-9588.

 Friday, May 7 – 4PM (until 7PM) Lowrider Car Show, 1 of 2 days
featuring Cinco de Mayo events within St. Paul’s West Side adjacent to Plato &
Wabasha (near the Holiday Station), Parking: $6 (% fundraiser for local
community groups, No shuttles Friday, Free & open to the public, FMI please
visit: http://www.districtdelsol.com/docroot/cincodemayo.html
 Saturday, May 8 – 10AM (until 12PM) Cinco de Mayo Parade, 2 of 2 days
featuring Cinco de Mayo events, Starting point: Plato & Wabasha (near the
Holdiay Station), Free & open to the public, Parking: $6 (% fundraiser for local
community groups, Saturday free shuttles every 15 minutes on Robert & Plato,
Standard Cinco de Mayo events to follow, FMI please visit:
http://www.districtdelsol.com/docroot/cincodemayo.html

 Saturday, May 8 – Noon 11th Annual Mothers Day Traditional Pow
Wow, Location: Cedar Field 2495 18th Avenue South, Minneapolis, Sponsors:
Little Earth of United Tribes & Red Lake Urban Office, Grand entry: Noon,
Feast: 5PM, Please bring your own lawn chair, MC: Jerry Dearly, AD: John
Oakgrove, Host Drums: The Boyz, Little Earth, For vendor & raffle info’ call
Binesikwe at (612) 724-0024, General info – call Vinny Dionne at (612) 455-
2818 or visit: http://www.littleearth.org/mura/default/

 Saturday, May 8 U’of MN Spring Pow Wow, Grand entries: 1 & 7PM,
Feast: 5PM, Location: Coffman Memorial Union – Great Hall, 300 Washington
Avenue SE, Minneapolis, MC: Jim Clairmont, AD: Charlie Smith, Adult Host
Drum: The Boyz, Youth Host Drum: Osseo Schools, U’of MN Sponsors: Council
of Elders, Circle of Indigenous Nations, Dakota Language Society, AI Science &
Engineering Society, FMI contact AI Student Cultural Center at (612) 624-0243
or aiscc@umn.edu

 Saturday, May 8 – Noon (until 4PM) Ojibwe Baby Moccasin Workshop,
Location: Mille Lacs Indian Museum, Onamia, MN, Day 2: Sunday, May 9 –
10AM (until 2PM), Come and learn techniques of leather working at this two-day
workshop and create a pair of Ojibwe Style Baby moccasins to take home, Must
pre-register by May 5th, Discounted hotel rooms are available on Saturday night
for workshop participants at Grand Casino Mille Lacs, Lunch and refreshments
provided, Cost: $45 for public, $40 for MN Historical Society and MLB
members, Please note: there is an additional supply fee of $15, For reservations or
FMI call museum at (320) 532-3632.

 Sunday, May 9 – 10:45AM [2 of 3 Sunday services] Akina Community
Church Celebrating Native American Heritage, Location: 3249 30th Avenue
South, Minneapolis, Theme: Honoring Mothers, A gift will be presented to
mothers in attendance, Happy Mother’s Day, FMI call (612) 729-0189 or visit:
www.akinachurch.com

 Monday, May 10 – 5:30PM (until 7PM) Book reading: Custer Died for
Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto, [2 of 4 May Mondays at 5:30PM], Location:
Minneapolis American Indian Center’s outside amphitheatre at corner of
Bloomington & Franklin Avenues, Please join us as we delve into Vine Deloria’s
groundbreaking book for its timeless impact, Free & open to the public, FMI
contact Rhiana at info@newnativetheatre.org or visit: www.newnativetheatre.org
 Tuesday, May 11 – 5PM (until 7PM) Wicoie Nandagikendan’s Open
House, Ojibwe & Dakota Language Immersion Program, Location: 1308 E.
Franklin Avenue, Please join us in celebration of Indian Month as we serve Indian
tacos, offer prizes, and have fun activities prior to the start of Ojibwe & Dakota
weekly Language Nests, FMI call Estella at (612) 721-4246 or Kim at (612) 423-
6558.

 Wednesday, May 12 – 1PM (until 6PM) Open House & Ribbon-cutting
Ceremony, Urban Research and Outreach/Engagement Center (UROC),
Location: 2001 Plymouth Avenue North, Minneapolis, This facility brings
university and community resources together to address issues of importance in
urban settings, 3:30: Welcome festivities, 4PM: Ribbon-cutting, Refreshments,
tours, art exhibits, and lively conversation, Free & open to the public, RSVP at
www.uroc.umn.edu/launch or (612) 626-8762

 Thursday, May 13 – Noon (until 2PM) Kateri Residence Annual Indian
Month Celebration & Open House, 2408 4th Avenue South in South
Minneapolis, Please join us for refreshments, door prizes, informative quizzes,
and an unveiling of our outdoor mural created by Kateri residents and MCAD
students, Marlene Helgmo will be doing the blessing, FMI contact Kate Bendel at
(612) 871-0477 or kbendel@ststephensmpls.org

 Thursday, May 13 – Noon (until 4PM) On the Red Road Indian Taco Sale
, Location: MN Chippewa Tribe Building , 1308 E. Franklin Avenue,
Minneapolis, Cost/taco: $5, Will deliver for orders of 7 or more, Sponsor: On the
Red Road (We are Natives in sobriety who are fundraising for a sober dance and
other sober activities for Natives new to recovery), FMI contact Andrea at (612)
735-5793.

 Thursday, May 13 – 7PM Dance Exhibition & Art Show, Please join
Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, area youth, and the Little Six Drum
Group in celebration of Dakota culture, traditions, and spirituality at this free
event – open to the public, Location: Prior Lake High School Auditorium, 7575
150th Street West, Savage, MN, Each performance will begin with a prayer
followed by a Grand Entry, Refreshments will be served following the 7PM
performance, FMI call (952) 226-8600 or visit: http://www.priorlake-
savage.k12.mn.us/plsas/site/default.asp

 Friday, May 14 – 11AM (until 2PM) Minneapolis American Indian
Center Open House, Please join us for a delicious BBQ lunch to be served at
Noon, Free & open to the public, We look forward to having you as our guests
during MN’s American Indian Month in celebration of our proud heritage, FMI
contact Director Frances Fairbanks at (612) 879-1704.

 Friday, May 14 – 11:30AM (until 2:30PM) Women of Nations Spring
Feast, Location: Hallie Q. Brown Community Center , 270 N. Kent Street , St.
Paul, Free & open to the public, Please join us for delicious traditional food and
good company, FMI call (651) 251-1603 or visit: www.women-of-nations.org

 Friday, May 14 – Noon (until 4PM) MIWRC’s American Indian Month
Event!, Location: 2300 15th Avenue South, Minneapolis, Please join us for
arts/crafts, bake sale, and Native Blend’s Café, FMI call (612) 728-2000 or visit:
www.miwrc.org

 Sunday, May 16 – 10:45AM [3 of 3 Sunday services] Akina Community
Church Celebrating Native American Heritage, Location: 3249 30th Avenue
South , Minneapolis , Guest Speaker: Kathy Talbert speaking on Being a Native
Pastor in the 1800’s, FMI call (612) 729-0189 or visit: www.akinachurch.com

 Monday, May 17 – 11AM (until 2PM) MN Chippewa Tribe Open House,
Location: 1308 E. Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, Please join us for great food,
cultural activities, and door prizes, Free & open to the public, FMI call Samirya at
(651) 500-1828.

 Monday, May 17 – 5:30PM (until 7PM) Book reading: Custer Died for
Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto, [3 of 4 May Mondays at 5:30PM], Location:
Minneapolis American Indian Center’s outside amphitheatre at corner of
Bloomington & Franklin Avenues, Please join us as we delve into Vine Deloria’s
groundbreaking book for its timeless impact, Free & open to the public, FMI
contact Rhiana at info@newnativetheatre.org or visit: www.newnativetheatre.org

 Tuesday, May 18 – 11:30AM (until 1:30PM) MUID Elders Circle Event,
As community elders, we view this as an opportunity for intergenerational
connection, Please join our Open House for a potluck style lunch, We look
forward to breaking bread with you at the Minneapolis American Indian Center
Auditorium - 2nd floor, 1530 E. Franklin Avenue, South Minneapolis, Free &
open to the public, FMI call (612) 871-4555.

 Wednesday, May 19 – 11AM (until 2PM) MLB of Ojibwe Tribal TANF &
Urban Office Community Feast, Location: 1433 E. Franklin Avenue, Ste. 25,
Free & open to the public - including our clients and families, To include door
prizes (need not be present to win), authentic Native food, and lots of fun, FMI
contact Brenda Beaulieu at (612) 746-4800 or
brenda.beaulieu@millelacsband.com or Wacahpi Means at (612) 746-4800 or
wacahpi.means@millelacsband.com

 Wednesday, May 19 – 11:30AM (until 1PM) The Politics of Tribal
Gaming, Location: Metropolitan State University , 700 East 7th Street , St. Paul,
MN, Please join us for a discussion of the politics surrounding the issues of tribal
gaming in MN with David Larsen, Director of AI Affairs at MN State University,
Mankato, Lunch will be provided; limited seating, Free & open to the public,
RSVP required or FMI: cultural.events@metrostate.edu or (651) 793-1270
 Wednesday, May 19 – 6PM (until 8PM) Spring Celebration Feast & 49,
Location: Multicultural Indigenous Academy, 133 East 7th Street , 4th floor, St.
Paul , MN , Call for elevator (612) 222-4900, Drum: Hoka Hey, Please dine with
our staff and students as we engage in conversation and round dances, FMI call
(651) 222-4900 or visit: www.miacademy.org

 Thursday, May 20 – Noon (until 3PM) American Indian OIC Open House
& Career Fair, Location: 1845 E. Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, Please join us
for agency information and tours, career fair featuring local employers and career
training opportunities, barbeque (serving at Noon), Free & open to the public,
FMI contact AIOIC at (612) 341-3358 or Website: [www.aioic.org]

 Thursday, May 20 – Noon (until 3PM) Division of Indian Work Open
House, 1001 E. Lake Street, Minneapolis (across from Midtown Global Market),
Please join us for great food, cultural activities, drumming, social dance, and
prizes, Free & open to the public, FMI please contact Nigel Perrote at (612) 722-
8722, ext. 375 or nperrote@gmcc.org

 Thursday, May 20 – 6PM (until 8PM) All My Relations Arts Exhibit,
New! Original Green opens May 20 with a reception 6-8PM at Mill City Museum
, Location: 704-2nd Street , Minneapolis , Presents views of the Mississippi River
and St. Anthony Fall area from the diverse perspectives of four American Indian
artists: Carolyn Lee Anderson, Gordon Coons, Gwen Westerman, and Bobby
Wilson, Runs 5/20 thru ll/21, An initiative of Native American Community
Development Institute, FMI please visit: www.nacdi.org

 Friday, May 21 – 9AM (until 4PM) Environmental Justice Summit &
Ceremony, Location: Paul & Shiela Wellstone Center , 179 Robie Street East ,
St. Paul, MN, Free & open to the public, Please join area students and community
members at this awareness-building event, Includes Practica Real and
construction of flower offerings, FMI call (651) 789-2500

 Friday, May 21 – 4:30PM (until 7:30PM) Migizi Communications Indian
Month Celebration, Location: Midtown YWCA Sports Center , 2121 E. Lake
Street, Minneapolis, Free & open to the public, Please join us for delicious food
and fun for all ages, FMI contact Arlana at (612) 721-6631, ext. 202 or visit:
www.migizi.org

 Friday, May 21 – 5PM (until 9PM) Indian Month Traditional Pow Wow,
Sponsors: Sanford Middle School & Longfellow Park , Location: 3435 36th
Avenue South , Minneapolis , Dinner: 5PM, Grand Entry: 6PM, Free & open
to the public, Please join us! FMI contact Vicki Jones at (612) 668-4914 or
victoria.jones@mpls.k12.mn.us

 Fri. May 21/Sat. May 22 – 8PM Comedian Marc Yaffee (of the Pow Wow
Comedy Jam) to appear a Rum Runners in St. Cloud , MN , Location: 102 – 6th
Avenue South , St. Cloud, MN, Make the 45-minute drive to see & support this
hilarious Native man, FMI call 1-320-654-1040.

 Saturday, May 22 – 8AM (until 6PM) Ceremonial Offerings & Feast,
Location: Powderhorn Park, 3400 15th Avenue South, Minneapolis, Please join us
for the following: 8AM – 10AM Building of Ofrendas, 11AM – Noon March for
Water, Noon – 6PM Offerings, Ceremony, and Feast, FMI contact us at
info@chalchiutlicue.org

 Saturday, May 22 – 1PM (until 9PM) Honor the Elders Indian Month
Celebration, Traditional Pow Wow & Feast, Location: Elder’s Lodge, 1500
Magnolia Street , St. Paul, MN, Grand entries: 1 & 6PM, Feast: 4PM (until
5:45PM), MC: Jerry Dearly, Co-host Drums: Oyate & Ain Dah Yung, Drums and
dancers in regalia will receive stipend, Please join us for fellowship, door prizes,
and gift certificates, Note: BRING OWN CHAIRS, Sponsors: Elder’s Lodge
BOD, staff, residents, and friends, FMI call (651) 778-2501

 Saturday, May 22 – 6:10 PM MN Twins American Indian Heritage
Night, Our Twins play the Milwaukee Brewers, Tickets are $27.00 and can be
purchased by contacting David Marley of Group Sales at (612) 659-3578 or
davidmarley@twinsbaseball.com

 Sunday, May 23 – 9AM (until 2PM) Offerings to Confluence of the Rivers
& Fiesta, Location: Fort Snelling State Park , Highway 5 & Post Road , St. Paul,
MN, Please join us for ceremonial offerings and good fellowship, FMI contact us
at info@chalchiutlicue.org

 Monday, May 24 – 5:30PM (until 7PM) Book reading: Custer Died for
Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto, [4 of 4 May Mondays at 5:30PM], Location:
Minneapolis American Indian Center’s outside amphitheatre at corner of
Bloomington & Franklin Avenues, Please join us as we delve into Vine Deloria’s
groundbreaking book for its timeless impact, Free & open to the public, FMI
contact Rhiana at info@newnativetheatre.org or visit: www.newnativetheatre.org

 Tuesday, May 25 (thru Th. May 27) Nationa American Indian Housing
Council Annual Convention & Trade Show, 2010 theme: Building Homes,
Building Communities, Building Nations focusing on green initiatives for
healthier, more environmentally safe homes in Indian Country, Registration fees
will include admittance to plenary session, training sessions and social events,
Member fees: $425, Non-member fee: $500, On-site registration: $100 additional
(strictly enforced), FMI call 1 (800) 284-9165 or visit:
http://www.naihc.net/conferences/index.asp?bid=3750

 Wednesday, May 26 – 11AM (until 2PM) Ain Dah Yung (Our Home)
Center’s Open House, Please join us as we celebrate Indian Month, Location:
1089 Portland Avenue, St. Paul, MN, (From I-94 take Lexington Exit and go
south to Portland ), Delicious food, community recognition, music, a self-guided
tour, and an ADY photo archive display, FMI call (651) 227-4184 or visit:
www.aindahyung.com

 Thursday, May 27 – 11:30AM (until 1PM) American Indian Cultural
Exhibition, Location: Metropolitan State University , 700 East 7th Street , St.
Paul, MN, Please join us as we explore AI culture and traditions, including a tipi
demonstration, pow wow drum group Little Wolf Bear Heart, women pow wow
dancers, and a performance by a hoop dancer, Free & open to the public, Lunch
will be provided; limited seating, RSVP required or FMI contact
cultural.events@metrostate.edu or (651) 793-1270.

 Thursday, May 27 New Date: Thursday, June 3 - 4PM (until 9PM)
Traditional Pow Wow, Cabrini Partnership is Celebrating Community and
Indian Month, Location: Van Cleve Park, 901-15th Avenue SE, Minneapolis,
Grand Entry: 7PM, MC: Jerry Dearly, AD: Norman Benson, Drum: TBA,
Indian taco meal at 5PM, Honorariums to dancers in regalia, Raffle, Drawings,
Bring your own lawn chair, Free & open to the public, If rain: event to be held in
the Van Cleve Community Center, FMI contact Julie at (612) 454-4467 or
jortiz@cabrinipartnership.org

 Friday, May 28 – 7AM (until 4PM) Mde Maka Ska – 2nd Annual Canoe
Nations Gathering, Location: South side of Lake Calhoun, Minneapolis, MN
7AM: Sunrise Ceremony, 7:30AM: Water Walk, 9AM: Greeting & Registration,
9:30AM: Canoe and Land Activities, 12:30PM: Sack Lunch, 1PM: Awards
Ceremony, 2PM: Entertainment, 4PM: Closing, Everyone is welcome! FMI
please visit the following online link: http://www.pieducators.com/node/258

 Friday, May 28 – 1 PM (until 3:30PM) IHB Indian Month Chili Feed,
Location: 1315 E. 24th Street, South Minneapolis, Please make a point of joining
us in celebration to include – delicious chili, fry bread, cake, face-painting for
kids, and entertainment, Free & open to the public, FMI contact Krista at (612)
721-9843 or Shawna at (612) 721-9880 or visit www.ihb-mpls.org

 Friday, May 28 – 1:30PM (until 9PM) American Indian Magnet School’s
Annual Pow Wow, 1075 E. Third Street , St. Paul, MN, Grand Entry: 1:30 &
6:15PM, Feast: 5PM, Please join our community pow wow to celebrate the end of
the school year, and to thank our families (and community) for their continued
involvement with our children, Free & open to the public, FMI contact Thomas
Draskivic or Michele Fairbanks at (651) 778-3100 or visit www.aims.spps.org

 Monday, May 31 – Noon (until 5PM) 15th Annual Memorial Day Pow
Wow, Location: Mille Lacs Indian Museum, Onamia, MN, Sponsor: Am. Vets
Post 53, Please join us at this gathering to honor our Veterans past and present,
Free & open to the public, Grand entry: Noon, Dance money, drum money,
concession stands, and raffle tickets, FMI contact museum at (320) 532-3632.

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:10
posted:5/12/2010
language:English
pages:10