Saturday & Sunday, 10:00am-3:00pm
White Earth Rediscovery Center, 29401 400th St, Waubun, MN
Come Celebrate Learning and Growing through Traditional Anishinaabeg Values. Everyone are welcome to come and bring your families for an introduction to Youth Winter Activities, ice-fishing, smoking fish, arts and crafts, language, games, lunch, and winter fun for all ages. Dress for the weather. This event is a collaboration between White Earth Tribal 4-H Program and Extension Service of White Earth Tribal and Community College (WETCC).
Please RSVP to: Dana Trickey at 218-236-2003, firstname.lastname@example.org; Or Rebecca Dallinger at 218-935-0417 Ext 314, email@example.com
Flyer – 3rd Annual Winter Camp
The University of Minnesota Extension, Youth Development, offers 4-H Community Programming serving the White Earth Nation. 4-H provides youth opportunities to learn, explore, and grow through leadership.
10 to 2 pm , WETCC Drum Hall
Hands-On Activities; Corn Husk Dolls, Seed Saving, & Kid Snacks
Bring a Dish for the Three Sisters Cook-Off: Please use one (or all) corn, beans, & squash 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes.
Event held at White Earth Tribal and Community College 2250 College Road, Mahnomen
For Info: Tammy 218-935-0417 Ext 213 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Harvest Fest 2018
- Friday, June 8th, 5:30 to 7:30pm
- Saturday, June 9th 9:30 to 4pm
- Sunday, June 10th 9:30 to 3pm
Location:Biminizha’an gibawaajigan, WETCC building, Traditional Arts Classroom, 701 E. Jefferson Ave., Mahnomen, MN
Participants will learn about the history of Black Ash Basketry on the White Earth Reservation and will create a small basket. Clyde Estey Jr, Master Artist, will teach this introductory class with the assistance of Apprentice Artist Courtney Bunker. Free for community members and limited to 10 people (Age 15 +).
Please Register with Becca at 218-935-0417 Ext 314, email@example.com
Download flyer: intro black ash
These workshops are part of a grant awarded to White Earth Tribal and Community College Extension Service by the American Indian College Fund: Restoration and Preservation of Traditional Native Art Forms and Knowledge