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Come Support Division of Indian Work- Youth Leadership Development Program

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Dakotah Lodge @ Division of Indian Works

1001 E. Lake St. Minneapolis, MN 

Description and details: 

A fabulous dinner will be serve: 
    Wild Rice Hot Dish (vegetarian/non-vegetarian) Frybread, Wojapi, Salad and Drinks!
    $6.00 Adults
    $3.00 children

Silent Auction 

50/50 Raffle: One for $1 or Six for $5

Fun entertainment is included to enjoy with your dinner!

Hope to see you there!

Running Mentor for Native Girls

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1530 East Franklin Avenue (Minneapolis Indian Center)

Minneapolis, MN 55404 

Description and details: 

In cooperation with the She Runs Organization, The Healthy Nations Program is seeking a qualified Native women who run-walk the 5K in the warm season.  If you are a volunteer interested in exploring the potential for mentoring Native girls between 8-14 years of age, possibly older, for an 8 to 10 week period.  You are invited to the Healthy Nations Program office on Friday May 2, 2008 at 12-1:30 pm.  Meet other people with similar interests and aspirations.

Phone: 612-879-1744

Email: llapointe@maicnet.org 

 

Urban Indian Elders Services Meeting

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Minneapolis American Indian Center (Auditorium)

1530 E. Franklin Avenue

Minneapolis, MN 55404 

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Agenda

 

 

 

MIWRC Vendor Day!

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MIWRC Community Room

2300 15th Avenue South

Minneapolis, MN 55404 

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A wide selection of Native crafts, artwork, jewelry and much more! Don't miss the BAKE SALE!

Indian Taco Sale available at 11:30 am!

Delicious Iced Coffee for sale at the little cafe! 

For more info or interested vendors call 612-728-2000 

Indian Month Open House

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Ancient Traders Building

1113 East Franklin Avenue 

Suites 203A-C, 206, 207 

Minneapolis, MN 55404 

Description and details: 

WHITE EARTH INDIAN CHILD WELFARE

LEECH LAKE INDIAN CHILD WELFARE

WHITE EARTH URBAN LIASON OFFICE

FOR MORE INFO PLEASE CONTACT:

White Earth Liaison Office - Char Lee 612-872-8388 

White Earth Indian Child Welfare - Deb Brunner 612-871-6460

Leech Lake Indian Child Welfare - Julie Kurschner 612-721-0331 

AIFC Community Potluck and Giveway

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American Indian Family Center

579 Wells Street

St. Paul, MN 55130 

Description and details: 

Everyone is welcome

 

Please bring a dish to share, your own dinnerware, and an item or two for the giveaway

Community Celebration and Feast

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Cedar Field - 2495 18th Ave S - Minneapolis

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Little Earth of United Tribes and Honor the Earth with RREAL, Fresh Energy, White Earth Land Recovery Project, Minnesota Green Communities and Green For All invite you to a Community Celebration and Feast to dedicate the first solar panel installation at Little Earth.

Join us to mark this first step in building a sustainable community powered by renewable energy!

Featuring Van Jones, President and Founder of Green For ALL and Winona LaDuke, Esecutive Director of Honor the Earth

Indigenous foods and music!

Informational booths on environmental issues!

Celebrating our Minneapolis History - A program series at the Minneapolis Central Library

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Minneapolis Central Library, Pohlad Hall, 300 Nicollet Mall

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Indian Month Celebration

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Migizi Communications

3123 East Lake Street

Minneapolis, MN 55406 

Description and details: 

You are invited to join us for music, food, raffles, games, prizes, and fun for you, your family and friends. 

FREE!

Featuring Red Ponie and Seventh Generation Warriors 

Indigenous Women's Life Net

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Division of Indian Works, Dakota Lodge

Description and details: 

Strengthening Partnerships Through Visions and Values Workshop

Creating a Native American Community Alliance Network

This workshop is the result of Community Partnerships, who share common goals.

The IWLN is a voluntary resource for Indigenous women escaping domestic violence and who's lives have been adversely affected by sexual assault, dating violence, stalking, and human trafficking.  IWLN works to support and generate positive outcomes through facilitation and advocacy, skill building, self-healing, community education and workshops.

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