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Breakfast With Diane Wilson & Jim Northrup December 8th, 8:00 a.m.
Saturday, November 12 2011
 
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A Breakfast Fundraiser For The Circle

Breakfast and reading by award winning Native
American authors Diane Wilson and Jim Northrup.

 

NOVEMBER community calendar
Friday, November 11 2011
 
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Through Nov. 19
Jim Denomie: Works on Paper  
Bockley Gallery's new exhibit: works on paper by Minnesota-based artist Jim Denomie. Bright and playful, these works open unexpected dimensions and point to new directions while they continue Denomie's characteristic humor and serious social commentary. Bockley Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Saturday, Noon to 5 pm. Bockley Gallery, 2123 W. 21st Street (west of Lake of the Isles, near Franklin), Minneapolis.
Through Nov.
Native American Month
The Leech Lake Tribal College celebrates Gashkadino-giizis with numerous activities. For more info: 218-335-4220, This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Nov. 7-11: DECOLONIZING OUR DIETS - Enjoy "Traditional" pre-contact foods. Room 204. 12-1 pm.
Nov. 8, 10: BEADING/CRAFTS HOUR - Bring your bead work, arts & crafts, to work on. Room 204. 12-1 pm.
Nov. 15: "OPEN MIC" AFTERNOON - Share poetry, sing, dance, perform. Room 204. 12-1 pm.
Nov. 17: LUNCH & LEARN -  "Lunch & Learn".Stacie Lyon at 218-335-4242. Rm 203/205. 12-1 pm.
Nov. 17 & 18: SILENT AUCTION - Native arts/crafts. Rm 204. 10-4 pm.
Nov. 22: "THE NEW WORLD" - This tells the tale of Pocahontas and John Smith. Rm 204. 12-1 pm.
Nov. 29: THE STICK GAME - This was one of the original games of the Native people. Rm 204. 12-1 pm.
OJIBWE LANGUAGE TABLE: Every Thursday evening from 6-8 pm. Potluck dinner. For info, call Nicole Beaulieu at 218-335-4200. Rm 204.
OCTOBER-NOVEMBER community calendar
Friday, October 07 2011
 
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ct. 3 thru Dec. 31
Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations
Experience a traveling exhibit, videos, and resources about treaties between Dakota and Ojibwe Nations and the U.S. to better understand the true circumstances surrounding this land, its use, and even the treatment of the land's indigenous peoples today. The Why Treaties Matter project helps establish American Indian sovereignty as an ongoing continental reality and provides a vehicle for all Minnesotans to learn new and innovative ways to create community. This is a partnership of the Minnesota Humanities Center, the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council and the National Museum of the American Indian. Learn, through a video presentation and 20 banners featuring text and images, how treaties affected the lands and lifeways of the indigenous peoples of this place, and why these binding agreements between nations still matter today. For more info, see: www.minnesotahumanities.org/treaties. This exhibit runs through 2012 throughout sites in Minnesota, but only 2011 dates are listed for now:
Oct 3-31: Becker County Historical Society, Detroit Lakes, MN.
Oct 23-Nov 23: Riverland Community College, Austin, MN.
Nov 3-17: Bemidji State University, Bemidji, MN.
Nov 17-30: Beltrami County Government Center, Bemidji, MN.
Dec 3-31: Red Lake Nation, Red Lake, MN.
SEPTEMBER community calendar
Saturday, September 10 2011
 
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Sept. 2
New Native Theatre
Well Red play reading series: BUT BABY I LOVE YOU by Sandy White Hawk and George McCauley, directed by Rhiana Yazzie. Meet Wolfie and Cecilia. Witness as they love each other, hate each other, heal each other. Join us for this first look at Sandy and George's new play written about dealing with the complexities of loving and being Native. There's sure to be lots of NDN humor too. FREE. Starts at 7 pm at the Minneapolis American Indian Center, 1530 E. Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, MN.

August-September Community Calendar
Saturday, August 13 2011
 
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August 2, 9, 16, 23
Indigenous Music and Movies in the Park Series
Bring a lawn chair or blanket, pack a picnic basket and take in the view of Minneapolis downtown skyline as you enjoy Indigenous Music and Movies. Concerts begin at 7 p.m.; movies begin at dusk. Indigenous musicians, artists, filmmakers, producers and actors will be showcased this summer in a four-part music and movies series. Musical performances will feature local and national American Indian musicians. Emceeing the event this year will be American Indian director and producer Missy Whiteman of Independent Indigenous Film & Media. Father Hennepin Bluffs Park is located on the east bank of the Mississippi River at 420 Main St. SE. Bike racks are located in the park. Metro Transit bus line #6 comes within two blocks of the park. The series is hosted by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, Migizi Communications, First Nations Composer Initiative, and Independent Indigenous Film & Media. The program series is made possible through the support of the St. Anthony Falls Heritage Board. For a complete list of musicians, artists and movies, see below or visit www.minneapolisparks.org/IMM.
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