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    Welcome to Huchoosedah Indian Education

    Indigenous Peoples Day Events:

    Honoring Our Indigenous Women
    October 9th, 2017 Washington State Capitol, Olympia.
    10am to 2pm- Women Speakers
    2pm to 3pm- Indigenous Dancers "Grand Entry" March
    (from State Capital down Capital Way to Heritage Park)

    Day Break Star Indigenous Peoples Celebration: Evening Celebration Daybreak Star 5 PM - 9 PM. Dinner, cultrual celebration, round dancing, singing and much more
    Doors open at 4 PM
    Dinner starts at 5 PM
    Celebration starts at 5:40 PM
    Performances by:
    The Puyallup Canoe Family
    Nikkita Oliver
    Te Fara O Tamatoa (Tahitian dancers)
    Red Eagle Soaring Youth group
    Haandai I Jin (Alaskan Native dancers)...

    Indigenous Peoples' Day Celebrations 2017 City of Seattle Celebratory March 9AM Westlake Park to Seattle City Hall. Bring drums, tribal flags, and red bandanas.
    9:00 Gather at Westlake Park
    9:15 Ken Workman: Blessing
    9:20-10:20 Speakers and Songs
    10:25 March to City Hall

    Indigenous Peoples Day Guest Speakers and Lunch Seattle City Hall 11:30 - 1:30 PM

    See you there...


    Gail T. Morris
    NuuChahNulth
    Native American Education
    Program Manager

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    Huchoosedah
    206-252-0948

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