The Family Fun Night Committee will be hosting a Fall Festival on Wednesday, October 16th! This Festival will be held at the Meskwaki Health Clinic (southeast side) from 4:30 pm until 7:00 pm.
Bring the whole family for some fun!
Dinner will be served along with hot apple cider and hot chocolate. There will be a pumpkin patch and pumpkin decorating, games and prizes and so much more!
Please bring a blanket or chair.
Join the MSS Language Department as they have their monthly Language Night event tonight!
Language Night today, October 16th at the Meskwaki Settlement School. Supper will be served at 5:00 pm in the Commons, and Activities in the Elementary Gym will begin at 6:00 pm!
Kiwisenibena Kimemetattaibena kaoni Kitadikanobena
Kikekyekimawabena Abenoaki ikotti magatti wittenotiyatti – Encourage and teach children to play respectfully.
-MSS Language Department
Join us on Thursday, Oct. 17th for Indigenous Pink Day for a Breast Cancer Awareness Fun Walk & Run!
This Fun Walk & Run will be held at the Meskwaki Clinic. Registration at 5:00 pm and the Walk/Run starts at 5:30 pm. Route will be to the casino stop sign and back to the clinic.
There will be t-shirts while supplies last and food and water will also be served!
Contact Kathy or Danelle for questions (641) 484-4094.
Meskwaki Youth Program is proud to announce the Veterans Day Powwow Princess and Brave Contest!
Applications are now being accepted for the Princess and Brave contest. The application and picture deadline is October 18, 2019. Applicants must be from 10-17 years of age, and a descendant of a Meskwaki Veteran. You can apply online at > , https://forms.gle/Li71Sgxcf2CrN4Zf6 .
For questions please contact MYP at (641) 484-5369.
Washington University at St. Louis will be on-site at Meskwaki Higher Education Offices on Friday, October 18, 2019.
Their primary focus is to engage with students about the possibility of becoming a student in the School of Social Work. They have a full-ride scholarship and many other funding opportunities for Native American students.
Please stop by the MHEP Office between 11:30 am and 1:00 pm on Friday, October 18th.
Diabetes Program and Food Sovereignty Present – HARVEST HIGHLIGHT
Join us for harvesting the produce from the Kinship Garden – you take home what you harvest!
Wednesday, October 23rd at the Kinship Garden (located behind the east side of the Health Clinic).
Questions? Contact the Health clinic at (641) 484-9400 or Natural Resources at (641) 484-9584.
Meskwaki Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center Presents… “An Evening with Mary Black and Blain Constant”.
Thursday, October 24th from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm at the Tama Civic Center (305 Siegel St, Tama, IA 52339).
Mary and Blain are returning to the Meskwaki Settlement for an encore to their Red Ribbon Week performance. This Indigenous duo uses motivational songs and stories to deliver their culturally-relevant message on preventing drug and alcohol abuse by sharing their personal journeys of hope and healing.
There will be a FREE community meal for those who attend this event. We hope to see you there!
Join the Diabetes Program and Food Sovereignty as they host the Harvest Highlight on Monday, October 28th! Harvest Highlight will be from 4:00-5:30 pm at the Kinship Garden (located behind the Health Clinic).
Join us as we harvest the produce from the Kinship Garden – you take home what you harvest!
Questions? Contact the Health Clinic at (641) 484-9400 or Natural Resources at (6410 484-9584.
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Meskwaki Annual Powwow CANCELED
Meskwaki Annual Powwow CANCELED
Aug 9 all-day
In regards to the 2020 Meskwaki Annual Powwow, Tribal Council and MAPA have agreed to cancel this year’s powwow in concern for the safety and well-being of the people during this pandemic. We hope to … Continue reading Meskwaki Annual Powwow CANCELED
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