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Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month

Lansing Community College is proud to present 2017 Native American Heritage Month. This year, LCC is hosting a variety of activities and events. All events are free and open to the public, with one requiring a reservation.

Nov
10
Beading Workshop
Friday, November 10
1pm-3pm
Gannon Building 3238

Judy Pierzynowski will be on campus teaching us Beading. She will demonstrate a technique that is used in making Native American Jewelry. Join us for this make and take workshop.

Cost: Free

Food/Drinks: Lite refreshments will be served.

Nov
13
Movie Monday - Smoke Signals
Monday, November 13
4pm-6:30pm
Centre for Engaged Inclusion

Smoke Signals is a humorous yet serious story about Victor, a young man who Director Chris Eyre describes as "trying to forgive his father." The movie gives us a glimpse into the contemporary Native American world, and is created by an almost exclusively Native American cast.

Cost: Free

Food/Drinks: Lite refreshments will be served.

If you are interested in bringing a class, please contact Eva Menefee - (517) 483-9674 or menefee@lcc.edu.

Nov
17
Genealogy Workshop
Friday, November 17
1pm-3pm
Gannon Building 3238

A member of the State of Michigan Library staff will be on campus to explain the many resources available to look up your genealogy. We will have computers available to begin your own Genealogical research.

Cost: Free

Food/Drinks: Lite refreshments will be served.

Nov
27
Movie Monday - Drunktown's Finest
Monday, November 27
4pm-6:30pm
Centre for Engaged Inclusion

Three young Native Americans - an adopted Christian girl, a rebellious father-to-be, and a promiscuous transsexual - strive to escape the hardships of life on an Indian reservation.

Cost: Free

Food/Drinks: Lite refreshments will be served.

If you are interested in bringing a class, please contact Eva Menefee - (517) 483-9674 or menefee@lcc.edu.

Nov
30
Native American Art Dedication and Blessing
Thursday, November 30
4pm-5:30pm
Arts and Sciences Building Room 401

Come celebrate with the Native American community to formally dedicate and bless the newest Native American painting displayed in arts and sciences building on the third floor. The Artist is Patricia Bellerose. The painting depicts a mother and daughter dancing in a traditional Native American pow wow.

Cost: Free

Food/Drinks: Lite refreshments will be served.

RSVP

Please RSVP by November 27

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