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Survival School Exhibit Open House
On Tuesday May 31, the American Indian Movement Interpretive Center invites you to attend the Open House reception for its new exhibit, Survival Schools: Education, Resilience, Resistance. The event will run from 1-5 p.m. at the Center, 1113 East Franklin Avenue. Refreshments served.
Drawing on its photographic and archival collections, the Interpretive Center will tell the stories of the Red School House and the Heart of the Earth Survival School, and through them the history of Indian self-determination efforts in the Twin Cities. The exhibit will run through the summer, and the Center will host a number of programs and speakers associated with the schools.
Here is a link to the event’s Facebook page.
American Indian Magnet School’s Spring Pow Wow June 3
The American Indian Magnet School, 1075 Third St. East, St. Paul, will hold its 24th annual Pow Wow on Friday, June 3. Grand Entries starts at 1:15 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., and the feast starts at 5:30 p.m.
Indian Mounds Regional Park Community Pow Wow June 15
Mounds Park United Methodist Church (St. Paul) and the Native American Community of St. Paul are hosting a Pow Wow and free community meal. Activities will include dancing, educational tables, crafts, and other vendors. The Pow Wow will be held at Indian Mounds Regional Park, 10 Mounds Blvd. St. Paul, from 5-8 p.m. Contact information here.
This is an opportunity to learn about the Native American culture of the Dayton Bluff area of St. Paul. Donations of toiletry items to Ain Dah Yung Center will be collected during the Pow Wow. Make sure to bring a blanket to sit on.