AICDC, a leader in providing New Home Development for American Indians is presenting...
The AICDC New Home Ownership Program
The AICDC New Home Ownership program is a unique way to bring homeownership within the reach of American Indian families who would like to live in South Minneapolis.
St. Paul, MN. Coffman Memorial Hall - The Great Hall - 300 Washington Ave. S.E.
University of Minnesota 2008 Welcome Back traditional pow wow.
Location: St. Paul, MN. Coffman Memorial Hall - The Great Hall - 300 Washington Ave. S.E.
Vendor Info: Betty Greencrow 612-624-2555
MC: Justin Huenemann
AD: Robert DesJarlait
Host Drum: Hoka Hey
Additional Info: Hosted by the University of Minnesota Council of Elders and the American Indian Dance Club. Grand Entry 1 p.m. & 7 p.m. Dancer Registration 12:00-12:45pm & 6:00-6:45pm. Invited Drums Only. Feast: 5 p.m. Dance Exhibitions. For Vendor Info: Betty GreenCrow at 612-624-2555.
Hwy 169, South of Mankato Minnesota
MAKATO 36th ANNUAL TRADITIONAL POW-WOW
HONORING THE 38 DAKOTA
Indian Magnet School
1075 E. 3rd St.
Please join us in celebrating
Fineline Music Cafe
Bluedog a 2006/2007 Native American Music Award Nominee in the Best
Black Bear Casino Resort
MN/WI American Indian Cancer Conference
Black Bear Casino Resort
October 22-24, 2008
The purpose of this conference is to increase awareness of the burden of
Minneapolis Convention Center
1301 2nd Avenue South, Hall C
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Visit the American Diabetes Association Experience:
Join thousands of others in your commnity at one of the largest diabetes program in the country. Learn how to thrive with diabetes with tips and demonstrations on how to eat healthier, be more active, monitor your blood glucose, take care of your feet and eyes and much more.
At the expo:
Minneapolis Urban League
2100 Plymouth Ave North
1st of three series on Climate Justice
How are rising energy costs related to the climate?
How can we make our energy bills smaller and protect the planet at the same time?
Come find out!
Free Event, Food will be Provided!
For more info plase call Karen Monaham @ 612-436-5402 or Eleonore Wesserle @ 651-209-3934 x 6
Translation services in Spanish, Hmong and Somali will be provided
Broght to you by:
Environmental Justice Advocates of Minnesota, 2100 Plymouth Ave North, Minneapolis, MN 55411 - 612-302-3100
Midtown Public Market
Lake St. & 22nd ave. (by the midtown ywca & light rail station)
NATIVE AMERICAN DAY CELEBRATION
MIDTOWN PUBLIC MARKET