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John Muir & The Personal Experience With Nature

Dec 2, 2012 - Oct 26, 2014
John Muir & The Personal Experience With Nature

John Muir & The Personal Experience With Nature

John Muir was a California conservationist, naturalist, and wilderness explorer during an important time in US history. As American expansionism neared completion and industry and agriculture flourished during the19th century, the land’s natural resources were exploited and wildlife populations dwindled. Like Emerson and Thoreau of his time, Muir sought out nature for insight and inspiration. (more…)

Telling Riverside’s Story in 50 Objects

Mar 7, 2013 - Jan 4, 2015
Telling Riverside's Story in 50 Objects

Telling Riverside’s Story in 50 Objects

The exhibit will be installed in two parts: the first part which will be on display from March 7, 2013 through January 4, 2015 will cover the pre-history of the region and take us through 1930. The second installation will cover modern Riverside history from 1930 to present and will be open March 5, 2015 – January 8, 2017. (more…)

Blue Star Museum Initiative Begins

May 26 - September 1
Blue Star Museum Initiative Begins

Blue Star Museum Initiative Begins

The Heard Museum is proud to be part of the Blue Star Museum Initiative! The program offers free admission to the Heard for all active-duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day, May 27, through Labor Day, Sept. 1, 2014. (more…)

Yosemite: A Gathering of Spirit Film Screenings

June 28 - October 26
Yosemite: A Gathering of Spirit Film Screenings

Yosemite: A Gathering of Spirit Film Screenings

As part of our ongoing tribute to the legacy of naturalist John Muir, the Museum will be presenting weekend screenings of this new film. “Yosemite: A Gathering of Spirit”, a documentary film by Ken Burns each Saturday & Sunday at 3 pm from June 28 – Oct 26. (more…)

50th Annual Rocky Boy Celebration

August 1 - August 3
50th Annual Rocky Boy Celebration

50th Annual Rocky Boy Celebration

Additional Information: Drum Day Pay provided to the first 20 registered Non-Contest drum groups with 8 singers or more. (more…)

48th Annual Menominee Nation Contest Pow-Wow

August 1 - August 3
48th Annual Menominee Nation Contest Pow-Wow

48th Annual Menominee Nation Contest Pow-Wow

Contestants and spectators from across the nation and Canada gather each year to enjoy the finest in dance competition and in live singing and drumming in the prominent natural amphitheater. (more…)

3rd Annual Ga-Lo-Ni Powwow At Ditto’s Landing

August 2
3rd Annual Ga-Lo-Ni Powwow At Ditto’s Landing

3rd Annual Ga-Lo-Ni Powwow At Ditto’s Landing

Turtle Island Native American Association is proud to sponsor the 3rd Annual Ga-Lo-Ni Powwow at Ditto’s Landing (more…)

Archaeology Day

August 2
Archaeology Day

Archaeology Day

Ancient craft demonstrations, tours of excavations, artifact washing, screening of soils from dig, Indian games, spear throwing, archaeological methods, food & refreshments, and more. 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Free. (more…)

3rd Annual Ga-Lo-Ni Powwow At Ditto’s Landing

August 2
3rd Annual Ga-Lo-Ni Powwow At Ditto’s Landing

3rd Annual Ga-Lo-Ni Powwow At Ditto’s Landing

Turtle Island Native American Association is proud to sponsor the 3rd Annual Ga-Lo-Ni Pow Wow at Ditto’s Landing.
Head Man and Head Woman daily pick
Intertribal Dance. All Drum and All Dancers welcome (more…)

Sierra Mono Museum’s 44th Annual Indian Fair Days & Pow Wow

August 2 - August 4

Sierra Mono Museum’s 44th Annual Indian Fair Days & Pow Wow

The Sierra Mono Museum invites one and all to share in the celebration of our heritage and culture at the 44th Annual Indian Fair Days & Pow Wow – held the first weekend of August each year. This years Pow Wow will be held the August 2, 2014 at the North Fork Recreation Center: 33507 Road 230 North Fork, CA 93643. (more…)

47th Menominee Nation Contest Pow-Wow

August 2 - August 4

47th Menominee Nation Contest Pow-Wow

Head Man: Eric Hawpetoss
Head Lady: Gwen Awonohopay
MC: Joey Awonohopay / Joey Besaw
Host Drums: Smokey Town Singers Keshena, WI<!–more–>

Additional Information: Arena Director: Gary Besaw / Head Drum Judge: John Teller Sr.

Dance Contest & Drum Contest
Over $80,000 in Prize Money!!

Details Coming Soon! Specials will be announced!

ADMISSION
Weekend Pass $15
Daily Pass $8
Early Weekend Pass $12

Briana Ninham – 715-799-5114, ext 1267 – bninham@nitw.org
Monty Beauprey Powwow Board Member – 715-853-0003
Jamie Awonohopay Powwow Board Member – 715-851-0755

<em>Source:http://calendar.powwows.com/events/47th-menominee-nation-contest-pow-wow/</em>

21st Annual Suscol Intertribal Council Powwow “Honoring Resiliency of Native People”

August 2 - August 3

2014 Head Staff:
Host Women: April Jackson
Head Women: Heidi Jaramillo
Head Man: Rene Jaramillo<!–more–>
Head Girl: Shania Jaramillo
Head Boy: TBA
Head Teen Girl: Brianna Reyes
Head Teen Boy: TBA
MC: Val Shadowhawk
Arena Director:TBA
Color Guard: Clyde Hodge
Southern Drum: Southern Brothers
Northern Drum: Iron Mountain

<em>Source:http://calendar.powwows.com/events/21st-annual-suscol-intertribal-council-powwow-honoring-resiliency-of-native-people-2/</em>

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