Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Nolumbeka Projects Events

Valley Gives Day May 3rd 12 am to 11:59 pm  
                What Really Happened Here?,” Friday, May 20, 7-9 p.m., Greenfield High School auditorium, the Native American perspective of the  history of the  Great Falls Massacre, David “Tall Pine” White, Nipmuc,  and David Brule, Nolumbeka Project, funded by a grant from the Greenfield and Massachusetts Cultural Councils. 
Day of Remembrance: Commemoration of the 340th Anniversary of the Great Falls MassacreSaturday, May 21, at 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Great Falls Discovery Center. CEREMONY BEGINS 1 P.M. We are allowing time for visitors to tour this battlefield area near what was once Great Falls (Peskeompskut) for personal reflection and  historic perspective. Key ingredients of the day will include Elder Teachings by Native American Grandmothers Jeorgina Larouque and Nancy Andry, a look back to the lasting significance of the Reconciliation Ceremony, guest speakers, musical offerings,  and special tributes to Monique Fordham and GeorgeNelson. 
          If you can help with set-up, greeting guests, clean-up,
And looking farther ahead:
Pocumtuck Homelands Festival, Saturday, August 6, 10 a.m. - 7 p.m., returns to Unity Park in Turners Falls where the Reconciliation Ceremony took place. The festival fulfills and reinforces this pledge by inviting Native American artists, musicians, and educators to participate. The Festival’s music this year will feature Theresa “Bear” Fox, Mohawk (Wolf Clan), and   Kontiwennenhawi, the Akwasasne Women Singers, “Wave Artist” Mixashawn, and the Medicine Mammals Singers.  Also, The Black Hawk Singers, Visioning B.E.A.R. Circle Intertribal Coalition Singers, a Penobscot hoop dancer, round dancing, elder teachings and a powwow emcee. 
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