Native American Community Clinic Open House

Join us as we celebrate Minnesota Indian Month 2017!

This year’s event will be held Friday, May 19th, 2017 from 12pm-3pm. Our theme will be centered on “Water Is Life” in which we will have spiritual advisors and many other culturally centered activities. We will be providing free health screenings, have fun activities for families, and will be serving a nutritious lunch! See you there!

*Guest Drum: Midnite Express!
*Karaoke!
*Lunch!

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Native Tea and Herbology

Join the Minneapolis Institute of Art for their Family Day on May 14th.  This event is free and open to the public. The theme for this event is “Tea from Around the World,” and there will be a wide range of activities throughout the museum related to this theme.

In particular, please come to the Native American Galleries and visit with Hope Flanagan (Anishinaabe), Herbal Specialist from Dream of Wild Health. She will have samples of herbs that are commonly used by Native American people from this area for tea and non-sacred medicinal purposes.

 

Sunday Afternoon, May 14, 1-3 p.m.

Native American Galleries

Free event, family friendly, and no registration necessary

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Native American Writers and Poets

The Native American writing group TGIFrybread presents an afternoon of curated poetry readings from their members.

Saturday Afternoon May 13, 1-3 p.m.

Target Atrium

Free and Open to the public

No registration necessary

Family Friendly

 

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Native American Writers and Poets

The Native American writing group TGIFrybread presents an evening of curated poetry readings from their members.

FREE family friendly event, some beverages and light snacks available

Friday Evening May 12, 6 – 8 p.m.

Wells Fargo Room

Minneapolis Institute of Art

2400 Third Avenue South

Minneapolis, MN 55404

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Wamákhaškaƞ Kiƞ Waštépi! (Animals Are Good!)

Come to the Minneapolis Institute of Art for a fun family friendly event featuring the Dakhóta language. Students will create sculptures of their favorite animals, and learn related Dakhóta words.

Taught by Joe Bendickson, Dakhóta Language Instructor at the University of Minnesota and Katie Bendickson, Dakhóta Language Specialist, St. Paul Public Schools

All Ages Welcome

The event is free, but there is limited seating so please email or call Tobie Miller to register: tmiller@artsmia.org or 612-870-3286

Event Location:

Minneapolis Institute of Art

2400 3rd Avenue S.

Minneapolis, MN 55404

Classroom 111

 

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American Indian OIC – Founder’s Day Event

Walk in , grab lunch, and start interviewing.   It’s that simple!

There will also be drawings, giveaways, and entertainment!   This is a community event, come celebrate with us.

Career Trainings:

  • Administrative Professional
  • Computer Support Specialist
  • Patient Services
  • Adult Education Center
  • Project Management

Employment Services

  • Skills assessment
  • Job search assistance
  • Resume development
  • Job application assistance
  • Interview preparation
  • Support services (as available)
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