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Yvlh-sri Lhetlh-xat-te (Making Circle)

Tuesday, 29 November 2016 by

Shu’-‘aa-xuu-dvn (In A Good Way Place) Domestic Violence /Sexual Assault Program invites you to weekly “Open Art” group circles for the month of December. During the sessions you will have a chance to create something new, work on your own projects from home (traditional or nontraditional), socialize and gather with your community. We will provide a limited supply of materials. Food and refreshments will also be provided. This is an open community event and you may attend one (1) or all four (4) sessions.

Children’s Cultural Activities

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 by

To register for any of these activities, please us the registration link below.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Y7Y7MD8

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Naa-yvlh-sri Nee-dash at Nii~-lii~-chvn-dvn December Monday, 19th – Friday, 23rd

The Tolowa Dee-ni’ celebrate the New Year during the time of the Winter Solstice through our World Renewal Ceremony known as the Naa-yvlh-sri Nee-dash. During this Nee-dash we focus on balancing the earth. We do this by giving thanks for the blessings we have had in the previous year and praying for a good year to come for our families &friends, the plant & animal life and the earth. The Naa-yvlh-sri Nee-dash is a multiple day event filled with stories, food, prayers and dance.

2016 Coats for Kids Campaign

Tuesday, 01 November 2016 by
Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation is proud to participate in the 2016 Coats for Kids campaign. Help keep kids dry and warm this winter. Drop off new or used coats of all sizes at the K’vsh-chu Tribal Administration Office at 140 Rowdy Creek Road in Smith River during the months of October and November. Coats may also be dropped off at the Regular Council meetings in October and November, at Howonquet Hall
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