November 4 – 15, 2020, Student Union Building
For two weeks, tribal flags representing Indigenous sovereign nations/communities will be displayed in the Student Union Building. These flags have been donated to the Native American Center by tribal nations/communities.
November 16 – 20, 2020
Every Monday for the month of November the Native American Center is encouraging all students, staff, and faculty to wear their mukluks/moccasins. Use the #FLCNAHM2020 and tag the Native American Center (@flcnac) to be entered for a chance to win a prize
Powwow Pulse, 5:15 PM, Student Life Center
In Rodera’s Powwow Pulse class you can expect to get your heart pumping and calves burning through a collaboration of two different forms of dancing used in Powwow; jingle and fancy dancing. It is a great and fun fitness class that’s suitable for all fitness levels!
Tasty Treats Tuesday, 9 AM, Native American Center
Stop by the Native American Center to pick up a bag of tasty treats. Grocery bags are on a first come first serve basis, we will be handing out bags beginning at 9 AM until they’re all gone.
PIVOT Artist Round Table, Register here, 6PM, Virtual
Please join us for an Artist Round Table with PIVOT: Skateboard Deck Art curators Duane Koyawena (Hopi), Landis Baje (Diné), as well as artists James Johnson (Tlingit). Elroy Natachu Jr. (Zuni), Kandis Quam (Zuni), and Felcia Gabaldon (Choctaw/Spanish). The round table will be followed by live question & answer session.
Star Wars in Diné Bizaad, 7 PM, FLC Student Union Building – Ballroom
Join SUP as they feature the film, Star Wars, in the Navajo language.
Indigenous Language Workshop with the Diné Club, 3 PM, Virtual, Join here
Join the Diné Club as they lead conversations in Diné Bizaad (Navajo language). Take the opportunity to learn more about the Navajo culture and language.
Every Monday for the month of November the Native American Center is encouraging all students, staff, and faculty to wear their mukluks/moccasins. Use the #FLCNAHM2020 and tag the Native American Center (@flcnac) to be entered for a chance to win a prize.
Indigenous Crafts, Register here, 10 AM to 4 PM, Native American Center
Learn about the meaning and significance of Indigenous crafts. Take some time to learn about a craft and participate in creating your own masterpiece. 10 AM Indigenous Art, 12 PM Earring Making, 2 PM Pine Needle Baskets.
For an updated list of events happening for Native American Heritage Month visit the Native American Center’s website at fortlewis.edu/NAC. For additional questions contact the Native American Center at (970) 247-7221 or NAC@fortlewis.edu.