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Meskwaki Community Members with dogs and cats please join MNR and the ISU Veterinary Public Health Club for a Free Rabies and Mange Clinic!
This clinic will be held in the Meskwaki Public Works Building (1632 305th St, Tama) on Saturday, November 2nd from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm.
Once there, you can have your dogs and cats receive a free veterinary physical exam. Learn about rabies and how to prevent it. Get your dogs and cats vaccinated against rabies. Learn about mange, its treatment and how to prevent it. You can also learn about other diseases shared between animals and humans.
A free two-day Meskwaki Traditional Arts Workshop is being held on Saturday and Sunday September 21-22 at the Meskwaki Powwow Grounds. *If inclement weather alternate venue will be the Meskwaki Tribal Center.
The following hands on activities will be set up from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm daily:
Woodcarving with Luke Kapayou
Cattail Mat Weaving with Bess Scott
Bulrush Mat Weaving and Twined Bags with Nina Young Bear, LeAnn Morgan, Brenda Wanatee and Kelly Schott
Basketry with Toni Lasley
Come on out and try your hand at one of these traditional art forms!
This event is hosted by Meskwaki Historic Preservation and is Sponsored by Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation and REWILD/BEWILD.
Join MADAC as they celebrate National Recovery Month with Jacob Flores as he presents “Family Systems Recovery – It’s Not A One Way Street”.
This Presentation will be on Thursday, September 26th. Dinner will be served at 5:00 pm followed by the presentation beginning at at 6:00 pm. Location is currently TBD but we will announce once a location is finalized.