This event is held by a collaborative of Minneapolis Native organizations, seeks to bring awareness to missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, boys, two spirit and transgendered persons by holding an annual community walk on the streets near the Minneapolis American Indian Center each Valentine’s Day. Participants are asked to wear red as a visible sign of support for the MMIW movement.
alentine’s Day-After Movie Night. Join us for a family-fun movie night!
4:30 pm the Geography Club will be hosting a food sale at the Tribal Center Snack Bar
*Indian Tacos, Cake and drinks will be available for
5:00 pm the movie Coco will begin in the Tribal Center Gym
Children need to be accompanied by an adult to attend this family event.
Hosted by: Meskwaki Nation Child Support Services and Meskwaki Youth Program
Meskwaki Youth Program movie night will be this Thursday, March 7th. They will be going to Fridley Plaza 9 Theatres and watching “Captain Marvel”. MYP will be leaving at 6:20 pm and plan arrive back at 9:20 pm. Meet at the Economic Development Office (1496 Hwy 30, Tama).
Admission and Snak Pak will be paid for.
There is limited seating in the MYP van.
**Must have a MYP Middle School registration on file.
Any questions or if your student needs to fill out the MYP Middle School packet, please call the Meskwaki Youth Program Office at (641) 484-5369 ext. 9298.
The next Tribal Council Meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday, March 13th starting at 5:00 pm in the Tribal Chambers.
Enrolled Tribal Members are welcome and encouraged to attend.
*Meetings are held on a bi-weekly basis.
**Meeting dates/times are subject to change at the discretion of the Tribal Chairman.
Meskwaki Juvenile Probation Presents:
Tribal Mental Health – Normalize the Conversation
Wednesday, March 13th at 6:00 PM in the MBCH Convention Center
A member of the Kewa Pueblo tribe, Doreen Bird has devoted her career to researching mental and behavioral health among Native American communities. Join her while we tackle tough conversations including Mental Health Among Native Americans, Substance Abuse and Suicide Prevention Among Tribal Youth.
*There will be gift card drawings for those who attend this event.
Meskwaki Drama Club’s Spring Play will be on Friday, March 15, 2019 starting at 7:00 pm at the Meskwaki High School Stage.
Admission is $5.00.
Music by Stephen Flaharty, Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, Based on the works of Dr. Seuss.
Seussical – Theatre Young Audiences is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
11:00 am MMIW: Missing and Murdered Indigenous PeoplesMarch @ Minneapolis American Indian Center
MMIW: Missing and Murdered Indigenous PeoplesMarch @ Minneapolis American Indian Center
Feb 14 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
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1:00 pm Iowa State Extension Class @ Meskwaki Seniors Center