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Annual Open House, Career Fair & Barbeque

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Location: American Indian OIC, 1845 E.

American Indian Family & Children Services Open House

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The AIFCS foster care agency will be having an Open House today to celebrate MN’s American Indian Month, Please join us at 25 Empire Drive, St. Paul, MN, FMI call (651) 223-8526.

Paper Lantern Workshop

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Location: Migizi Communications, 3123 E. Lake Street, Minneapolis, This Indian Month celebration features supplies and lights to build your own lantern for display, Work on the lamp for at least an hour, and you can take it home with you after the May 18th Indian Month celebration, FMI call (612) 721-6631, ext. 202.

3rd Precinct Open House

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Location: 3000 Minnehaha Avenue South (East Lake Street and Minnehaha Avenue in South Minneapolis), Refreshments served, On display: Bomb Squad, Canine Unit, CCP/SAFE, Community Response Team, MFD, Horse Patrol, McGruff, Sheriff’s Water Patrol, S.W.A.T. Team, FMI call Officer Tom Lopez (612) 673-5703.

Mille Lacs Urban Office 3rd Annual Open House

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Sponsors: The Mille Lacs Band TANF Urban Workforce Center and the MLB Urban Office, Location: 1433 E. Franklin Avenue, Ste. 25, Minneapolis, Great food, refreshments, door prizes, and fun for all, Must be present to win, FMI call (612) 746-4800.

Community Potluck Dinner

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Location: All Nations Church, 1515 E.

Minnesota Indigenous Language Symposium IV

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Gekinoo´imaagejig (the ones who teach), Eni–gikendaasoyang (Center for Indigenous Knowledge and Language Revitalization), of the University of Minnesota Duluth, and the Grotto Foundation are hosting the fourth Minnesota Indigenous Language Symposium, This years symposium will focus on technology, teacher training, community resources, curriculum development models, adult learning, and evaluation, Presentations from key language revitalization programs and initiatives will be featured during this two–day

Historic Statehood Day at the State Capitol

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Help celebrate MN’s 150th birthday at the Capitol with historic characters, make it – take it art activities, music and performances in the Capitol Rotunda, Guides will answer questions and escort visitors to the Quadriga, the golden horses on the roof of the capitol (weather permitting), The first 1,000 visitors receive a commemorative statehood button, FMI call (651) 296-2881

Native American Music, Dance and Stories

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Traditional Native American Music, Dance and Stories from Owakankanshni Oyate a 10-person ensemble that features five dancers, three drummers and two storytellers who will share the rich history of the first residents, Location: Minneapolis Central Library, Pohlad Hall, 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, Free and open to the public, FMI: contact Roy Woodstrom at 612-630-6951 orrwoodstrom@hclib.or

Phillips Community Environmental Justice Forum & Feast

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Plaza Verde, 1516 E. Lake St., Ste. 301, Minneapolis

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Minneapolis, Speakers and panel discussions addressing the following questions: ~ What is environmental justice? ~ What do we know about air quality in and around the Phillips Community? ~ What do we know about the environmental health issues in our community?

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