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LLTC Celebrates Gashkadino-giizis (November) as Native American Heritage Month

 


Leech Lake Tribal College Celebrates Gashkadino-giizis (November) as Native American Heritage Month 2012.

1– OPEN MIC AFTERNOON

Want to share poetry, sing, or play a musical instrument? Maybe you would like to share your ideas, dance, perform, or do whatever? Come and share your talents with the college! You can do just about anything. 12-1pm Cedar Hall Room 204

5 – NATIONHOOD SLIDESHOW

The Introduction to Anishinaabe Studies students will be visually explaining a photo slideshow at Monday Drum Potluck displaying the 4 elements of nationhood for Leech Lake.

12-1pm Cedar Hall Room 204

8– LUNCH & LEARN

The Learning Center will be hosting a special Lunch & Learn presentation about topics related to NAHM. For more information, please contact Stacie at 218-335-4242 or email stacie.lyon@lltc.edu

12-1pm Cedar Hall Room 204

13 – WILD RICE COOK-OFF

This is your chance to 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!

12-1pm Cedar Hall Room 204

15 – STEM LUNCH & LEARN

The STEM Club will be hosting a special Lunch & Learn presentation about topics related to NAHM. For more information, please contact Fawn at 218-335-4219 or email fawn.grauman-white@lltc.edu

12-1pm Cedar Hall Room 204

15 & 16 SILENT AUCTION

Place you bid on fabulous arts and crafts. Items available range from jewelry to leatherwork. Place your bid on any item available to be considered for the winner! Sponsored by LLTC Student Senate. 10am-4pm Cedar Hall Room 204

20 – BEADING/CRAFT HOUR

Bring your beadwork, arts & crafts, or any other items you would like to work on for fun or for your class assignments. . This is your opportunity to share creative ideas with others as you work on your own projects. 12-1pm Cedar Hall Room 204

27 – LEARN THE HANDGAME

Learn to play the handgame by alumni Tallie Large. Similar to the moccasin and stick game, this was one of the original games played by the Native people.

12-1pm Cedar Hall Room 204

28 – INDIGENOUS FOODS

The Wellness Center will be hosting a special presentation about Traditional/Indigenous Foods. For more information, please contact Dawn at 218-335-4254 or email dawn.plumer@lltc.edu

12-1pm Cedar Hall Room 204

29 & 30 – ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR:

Shop for gifts at the annual Arts & Crafts Fair featuring various artists from the surrounding area. If you are interested in setting up a booth ($10 per day) please contact Roselynn at 218-335-4211.

9-5pm Cedar Hall Room 204

WELLNESS TALKING CIRCLE

Speak what is in your heart, come to share, or just listen. For more information please contact Dawn Plumer at 218-335-4254. Talking Circle led by Nancy Kingbird.

Every Tuesday 12-1pm CCE-Birch Building

OJIBWE STUDY GROUP

Study, learn, and practice Ojibwemowin. Bring snacks if you would like. For more information please contact Bob at 218-335-4200 or email bob.jourdain@lltc.edu

Every Friday 12-1pm Cedar Hall Room 204

ALL EVENTS ARE FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

For more info please call 218-335-4220 or email roselynn.jones@lltc.edu

 

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