Bike & BBQ the Kal-Haven Trail

Kal-Haven Trail 66 N Bailey Ave, South Haven, MI, United States

There will be a picnic after the completion of the ride. All ages and abilities welcome. Register with the Wellness Center at PHS.Wellness@PokagonBand-nsn.gov. Event details forthcoming.

Love Should Not Hurt 5k Run/Walk

Rodgers Lake Pavillion 58620 Sink Rd., Dowagiac, MI, United States

Join the Victim Services Program for a 5k Run/Walk around the Rodgers Lake campus to raise awareness for domestic violence, while promoting healthy relationships and communities. This event kicks-off Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Packet pickup begins at 9:00 a.m. At 9:45 a.m., the entrance to the campus will be closed off for participant safety, so please be sure …

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Tribal Council Meeting

Microsoft TEAMS

Please login to the Office of Tribal Council and you will find the agenda and meeting link under Upcoming Meetings.

Bodwéwadmimwen Potawatomi Language Class with Kevin Daugherty

Elder's Hall 53237 Townhall Rd, Dowagiac, MI, United States

All Pokagon tribal elders eat free as well as the individual that transports that elder. Non-elders will pay $2.00 for their meal. Please call the Elder’s Specialist at (269) 782-0765 if you are not an Elder and plan on eating lunch after the Tuesday language class to ensure enough food is prepared.

Nithë ezh mathigék | How’s it Growing?

Center of History & Culture 592910 Indian Lake Road, Dowagiac, MI, United States

Interested in gardening and foraging?  Join us any and every Tuesday throughout the growing season! Dinner first, and then the fun. Activities may include: Working in the garden Walking tribal lands looking for edible, medicinal, or other useful plants Preparing food or medicine Making cordage or tools from what we have gathered Contact Cusi Ballew for …

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PHS Multi-Purpose Room 58620 Sink Rd, Dowagiac, MI, United States

A conversation with David Martin about art, indigeneity, and his epic painting project!

IRR Sojourner Truth Commons 300 O'Shaughnessy, Notre Dame, IN, United States

Please join David Martin, IRR artist-in-residence, as he outlines the large-scale oil painting project he is undertaking as part of his residency. Based on unfinished sketches that George Winter an Indiana artist during the 1800s did of the Potawatomi people, Martin’s artistic vision is to develop this centuries-old sketch of a pow wow into a …

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