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American Indian Learning Resource Center

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 Page maintained by the American Indian Learning Resource Center.
The AILRC can be found at 315 Kirby Plaza

For More Information, e-mail the site maintainer Lea Carr at mcarr@d.umn.edu

The site was last updated at: 03:00 p.m. on July 15, 2014 & COPY; by the Regents of the University of Minnesota

UMD AILRC
CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Information for American Indian Projects can be found on their web site at

http://www.d.umn.edu/sw/aminp/index.htm

******************Note******************
Attention Students:
Due to changes to the
Minnesota State Grant Program,
you MUST have your FAFSA completed by February 2, for Spring semester in order to be considered for the Minnesota State Grant Program.
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2015 Spring Semester

All Event in the
AILRC 315 KPLZ
unless other place noted

Jan. 20 & 21 Tues & Wed
(Starts at 8 a.m. )

AILRC Welcome
Bagels, Muffins, Whole Fruit

January 26, 2015, Monday, 5-9 p.m.
Second Annual Mid-Winter Story Telling
Aasizookaan
UMD Kirby Ballroom

Featuring: Larry "Amik" Smallwood, Michael Sullivan, Victor "Rocky" Makesroomforthem.
Hosted by Anishinaabe Student Organization
Free Food, Silent Auction, Informational Booths.

Feb. 10, Tuesday, (Starts at 11 a.m.)
February Birthdays
Chicken Wild Rice Soup, Vegetarian Vegetable Soup  & Salad

Spring Feast
March 4, Wednesday,
11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m
.
UMD Kirby Ballroom

March 9, Monday (Starts at 11 a.m.)
March Birthdays
Pizza and Salad

April 7 , Tuesday
(Starts at 11 a.m.)
April Birthdays
Taco Bar

April 21, Tuesday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m
HONOR OUR GRADUATES
OPEN HOUSE
AILRC 315 KIRBY PLAZA

May 11, Monday (Starts at 11 a.m.)
FOOD FOR THOUGHT & MAY BIRTHDAYS
Pizza and Salad

COMMUNITY EVENTS


Superior Area Indian Center (SAIC)
Just for fun Song & Dance
Wednesday Evenings 6:30 to 9:00 pm
4-H & Youth Center Building
Superior Fair Grounds

South End-Tower Avenue
Superior, WI 54880
Elders: Come out spend time in your community
Drums: Currently the Mii'ngan (Thunderbird) &
Soup Town singers are present.
(All other drums & drummers are welcome!)
Dancers: Dancers of all styles are welcome.
Regalia: We also encourage people to work on their regalia or begin their outfits. Some materials are provided, but for specific colors and ideas bring your own materials.
Sewing machines available for use every Wed.
Refreshments: Coffee and juice provided.
Payouts: Please remember SAIC is a non-profit organization and her to serve both the Native and non-native community. Although, we do no payout, our goal is to bring everyone together for a good time.
NO Drugs or Alcohol Allowed.
FMI: Bob: 218-722-2188 or 218-590-8405,
Jamie 715-392-3017,
or Jeannie at 715-398-0078(after 3 pm)
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