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Tolowa Youth Language Camp August 16-18, 2017

Camper Applications are now available. Please return them by Friday July 29th


Solar Eclipse – August 21, 2017

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Tribal citizens who plan to watch the eclipse on August 21, can pick up a free pair of eclipse glasses (while supplies last) at the Na’sr-dvtlh-nvsh-dvn (Tribal Office). During the solar eclipse, the moon will cover all or part of the sun for up to three hours. Depending on location, the eclipse will occur from about 9:00 am‐11:45 am with a total eclipse between about 10:19‐10:21 am. Please read the attached information provided by the Oregon Department on Education Early Learning Division regarding child care and saftey during the solar event.


Child Care and the Solar Eclipse of 2017
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Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation, Community & Family Services
110 W First Street; Smith River, CA 95567
Tel: (707) 487-9255

Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Library Awarded Banned Books Week Grant
Smith River, CA, July 14, 2017 –

Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation’s Tribal Family Resource Library has been awarded $1,000 by the Judith Krug Fund in support of Banned Books Week events. 07.14.2017 BannedBooks
Each year, the Freedom to Read Foundation distributes grants to non-profit organizations to support activities which raise awareness of intellectual freedom and censorship issues during the annual Banned Books Week celebration (September 24 – 30, 2017). This year, there were more than 90 applicants. Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation’s library is one of eight awarded funds.
In celebration of Banned Books week, the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation (“TDN”) library will host several events/awareness activities:

    • Banned Books Display
    • Blind Date with a Banned Book
    • Zine Workshop
    • Open Mic Readings from Banned Books
    • “Submit a Selfie” and awareness social media campaign

The Tribal Family Resource Library (TFRL) is hosted by TDN’s Community and Family Services (CFS) Department’s Tribal Family Resource Center (TFRC). The mission of CFS is to encourage a healthy community by providing services that address the unique social, cultural, and economic needs of our Tribal Family with accountability, integrity, and respect. The TFRL’s mission is to support lifelong learning, advance knowledge, and strengthen Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation tribal citizens and the community. The FRL is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm as well as for special events and staff is available at those times. Current library services include access to over 1,567 items to 828 registered patrons (tribal citizens and TDN employees) using automated library software and access to e-books and audio books, online.


Community and Family Services mission: “We encourage a healthy community by providing services that address the unique cultural and economic needs of our Tribal Family with accountability, integrity, and respect.” For more information, contact the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Offices at (707) 487-9255.
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UPDATE: The carnival ride wristband tickets for the 2017 Del Norte County fair are all gone.

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