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COMMUNITY CALENDAR January 2013
Thursday, January 31 2013
 
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Jan. 4 - 21
Indian Teen Portrait
Project Exhibit
Come see portraits created by ten metro area American Indian teens. The exhibit is the culmination of eight weeks (16 sessions) of work by ten American Indian teens from around the metro area. Over the course of this program, the students have looked at the fine art and photography collections at the Minnesota Historical Society, visited contemporary art shows by American Indian artists, worked with five young artist mentors, and learned the basics of photography. As a result of this work, they've each produced three self-portraits for a show. Minnesota History Center, Star Tribune Gallery, 345 Kellogg Boulevard West, Saint Paul. For more info, call 651-259-3010.
COMMUNITY CALENDAR: DECEMBER 2102
Sunday, December 16 2012
 
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Dec. 4
Native Authors Breakfast With Heid Erdrich and Brenda Child
A Native Authors Breakfast Fundraiser For The Circle. Heid E. Erdrich (Turtle Mountain Ojibwe) is author of four poetry collections, most recently Cell Traffic: New and Selected Poems from University of Arizona Press. Erdrich won the Minnesota Book Award in 2009 for National Monuments. Brenda J. Child, (Red Lake Band Ojibwe) is associate professor of American Studies at the University of Minnesota and author of Boarding School Seasons: American Indian Families, 1900-1940. Her latest book, Holding Our World Together: Ojibwe Women And The Survival of Community, explores the role of women in sustaining Native American communities through the hardest years of the last two centuries. A Breakfast Fundraiser For The Circle. Delicious breakfast catered by Wolves Den:?breakfast burritos, baby fry bread and wojapi, coffee, and juice. 8:00 - 9:00 am. Opens at 7:30 am for coffee and socializing. All Nations Indian Church, 1515 East 23rd St., Minneapolis. Suggested donation: $35.00. R.S.V.P. to 612-722-3686.
Community calendar November 2012
Wednesday, November 21 2012
 
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Nov. 1 - 30
Leech Lake Tribal College Native American Heritage
The Leech Lake Tribal College will be hosting a variety of events throughout November to celebrate Native American month. All are free and open to the public. For info, see: www.llojibwe.com/ads/nov12Ad/
nativeHeritageMonth2012_poster.pdf or call 218-335-4220, or email to:
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o Nov. 1: OPEN MIC AFTERNOON - Come and share your talents with the college! You can do just about anything. 12-1 pm, Cedar Hall, Room 204.
o Nov. 5: NATIONHOOD SLIDESHOW - The Introduction to Anishinaabe Studies students will show a slideshow at Monday Drum Potluck displaying the 4 elements of nationhood for Leech Lake. 12-1 pm, Cedar Hall, Room 204.
o Nov. 8: LUNCH & LEARN - The Learning Center will be hosting a special Lunch & Learn presentation about topics related to NAHM. For more info, contact Stacie at 218-335-4242 or: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it 12-1 pm, Cedar Hall, Room 204.
o Nov. 13: WILD RICE COOK OFF - Impress your fellow classmates and LLTC staff by making any Wild Rice Dish you would like! The 1st place winner will receive a gift card! 12-1 pm, Cedar Hall, Room 204.
o Nov. 15: STEM LUNCH & LEARN - The STEM Club will be hosting a special Lunch & Learn presentation about topics related to NAHM. For info, contact Fawn at 218- 335-4219 or: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it 12-1 pm, Cedar Hall, Room 204.
o Nov. 15 & 16: SILENT AUCTION - Place you bid on fabulous arts and crafts. Items available range from jewelry to leatherwork. Sponsored by LLTC Student Senate.10 am-4 pm, Cedar Hall, Room 204.
o Nov. 20: BEADING/CRAFT HOUR - Bring your beadwork, arts & crafts, or any other items you would like to work on. This is your opportunity to share creative ideas with others as you work on your own projects. 12-1 pm, Cedar Hall, Room 204.
o Nov. 27: LEARN THE HANDGAME - Learn to play the handgame by alumni Tallie Large. One of the original games played by Native people. 12-1 pm, Cedar Hall, Rm 204.
o Nov. 28: INDIGENOUS FOODS - The Wellness Center will be hosting a special presentation about Traditional Indigenous Foods. For info, contact Dawn at 218- 335-4254 or: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it 12-1 pm, Cedar Hall, Room 204.
o Nov. 29 & 30: ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR - Shop for gifts at the annual Arts & Crafts Fair featuring artists from the area. If you are interested in setting up a booth ($10 per day) contact Roselynn at 218-335-4211. 9-5 pm, Cedar Hall, Room 204.
o Every Tuesday: WELLNESS TALKING CIRCLE - Speak what is in your heart, come to share, or just listen. For info, contact Dawn Plumer at 218-335-4254. Led by Nancy Kingbird. Every Tues. at 12-1pm, CCE-Birch Building.
o Every Friday: OJIBWE STUDY GROUP - Study, learn, and practice Ojibwemowin. For more info, contact Bob at 218-335-4200 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Every Friday at 12-1 pm, Cedar Hall, Room 204.
COMMUNITY CALENDAR October 2012
Wednesday, October 17 2012
 
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Oct. 2
Louise Erdrich Reading:
The Round House
Join us as we celebrate the release of Louise's great new novel The Round House. Riveting and suspenseful; at once a powerful coming-of-age story, a mystery, and a tender, moving novel of family, history, and culture. The Round House is receiving glowing praise from early readers. Louise will be signing books after the reading. We will have plenty of copies available for purchase at the event. Don't miss this opportunity to hear Louise read from her excellent new book! Doors open at 6:15 pm, Reading at 7 pm. Free! St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1917 Logan Avenue South, Minneapolis. For info, see:?http://birchbarkbooks.com or call 612-374-4023.

Oct. 3
Dakota 38 Film and Panel
A special showing of the acclaimed documentary film, "Dakota 38," the story of an annual sojourn on horseback that honors 38 Dakota warriors who were hanged in Minnesota in 1862, will be presented from 7-9 p.m. in the Pohlad Hall at Hennepin County Library, Minneapolis Central, 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis. Admission is free. Following the film, a brief panel discussion will be led by the Star Tribune's Curt Brown. Panel members include Elizabeth Baer, a professor of English at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minn.; Sandee Geshick, a Dakota elder from Morton, Minn.; and Elitta Gouge, a Dakota elder from the Upper Sioux Community in Granite Falls, Minn. For more information contact Anne Pederson at 612-543-8394.
Community Calendar September 2012
Monday, September 17 2012
 
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Sept. 4
Anton Treuer Reading
Seniors in Mind: "Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask" by Anton Treuer.?White/Indian relations are often characterized by guilt and anger. Ojibwe scholar, writer and cultural preservationist, Anton Treuer cuts through the emotion and gives a frank, funny and informative discussion on the topic. His interactive presentation based on his new book helps people build a foundation for understanding and positive action.10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Free. Doesn't include $9 senior admission. Reservations required: call 651-259-3015. MN History Center, 345 Kellogg Blvd W., St. Paul.
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