Indigenous Cultures Festival

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The Indigenous Cultures Festival is Hosted by the Native American Culture Club of Clark College.

The event is totally free and open to the public!

Enjoy an afternoon snack and free dinner too!

Our event features two spaces:

Indigenous Pathways to Health and Healing
10am to 5pm in Penguin Union Building 161
Schedule for that space:
10:00am- Traditional Foods with Linda Meanus
11:00am- Mindfulness in Your Life, Traditional Womens Panel
& Talking Circle
12:30pm - Scheduled Break
1:00 pm- Decolonizing Your Immune System & Hands on Workshop
with Cynthia King
3:00pm- Bridges Between Traditional and Contemporary Ways of
Being with Tony Ten Fingers
4:00pm- Storytelling & Open Discussion with Brian Rohr

Experiencing Indigenous Cultures
10am to 10pm in Gaiser Student Center
Schedule for that space:
10:00am- Film" The Canoe Way" & Guest Speaker, Sam Robinson
sharing some of his experiences from being a skipper
11:30am thru 3pm- Series of Indigenous Storytellers Including,
Paula Henry, Carlos Calica, Ed Edmo, Harvest Moon
& More...
3:00pm- thru 10pm Groups from a Variety of Indigenous Cultures
Sharing Their Songs and Dances and Cultures into the
Some of the groups included in this line up include,
Grupo Latitudes,(Latin American)
Ke Kukui Foundation, (Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander)
Olincalli, (Mexican Folkloric)
A Powwow Exhibition(Drums & Dancers from a variety of
Native American backgrounds) with MC Carlos Calica,
and Mexica Tiahui. (Aztec)

We hope you can make it!
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