ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
- 9 a.m., Opening Pipe Ceremony (Front of Library), Delvin J. Rogers, Jr. Spiritual Helpers, Advisor to Native American Commission of Fargo
- 9:15 a.m., Session I and Session II, Native story telling with Mike Gabbard (CMU 205); Allan Demaray, Native Flute (CMU 203)
- 10:30 a.m., Session III and Session IV, Native story telling with Mike Gabbard (CMU 205); Dakota and Lakota language workshop, presented by James F. Green (CMU 203)
- 12:00 p.m. (Noon) Feast and Keynote Speaker Prairie Rose Seminole (CMU 101); Traditional Native flute music will be performed by William Crawford.
- 1:20 pm Dream Catcher Workshop (CMU 203), Rhonda Shinnaberry, AISA member, will show you how to make a Dream Catcher.
6:00 p.m., Bill Miller presents “The Red Road to Victory” (Weld Auditorium). Bill will give a brief review of his Mohican tribal history, an intimate look into his native culture, and will share three personal stories. Bill’s journey from victim to victory is charted and he illustrates the wisdom of “the twelve feathers of healing” to model his vision of transformation through reconciliation. Bill illustrates the relationship between majority and minority cultures, the ineffectual result of teaching tolerance and assimilation, and instead promotes a redemptive culture of understanding and peace.
2-4 p.m., Lone Star Pillow (American Indian Research and Resource Center). Learn to make a Lone Star pattern pillow. Limited seats. Neva Satermo
11 a.m.-1 p.m., Soup/fry bread social (American Indian Research and Resource Center)
7 p.m., Movie Night (CMU 205) “Reel Injuns” co-sponsored by STOCAR
6 p.m., Movie Night II (MacLean Room 166) Showing “Avatar” with Professor Monique V-Rieke. Discussion to follow.
2-4 p.m., Lone Star Pillow completion. (AIRRC)
Sponsored by American Indian Student Activities, American Indian Research and Resource Center, American Indian Student Association, and STOCAR.