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Friday April 19, 2019 to Tuesday April 23, 2019

Friday April 19, 2019 8 Events

Supervisory Academy I

Supervisory Academy I Date: Thursday March 14, 2019 through Thursday May 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: ICTC Tahlequah
Address: 240 Career Tech Way, Tahlequah, OK
Price: $440, materials & graduation lunch included
Category: Meetings
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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Supervisory Academy II

Supervisory Academy II Date: Tuesday March 12, 2019 through Tuesday July 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: ICTC-Muskogee Campus
Category: Educational
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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2019 Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian

2019 Native Expressions Date: Monday April 1, 2019 through Friday June 28, 2019.
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Museum of the American Indian
Address: 2200 Novato Boulevard Novato, CA 94947
Price: Free
Category: Cultural
Plan to experience the Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian in Novato from March 2 – June 28, 2019. During these dates, the Museum of the American Indian in Novato will present the exhibit, Native Expressions featuring the art of Becky Olvera Schultz. On display will be Native American art masks, Southwest style masks, photography, serigraphs, rawhide shields and other mixed media works.

Becky’s art is inspired by the peoples indigenous to the Americas and her masks have been described as intense, awesome, powerful, cutting edge, beautiful, spiritual, dramatic and even intimidating. Her art masks have been featured in the national magazines Cowboys & Indians, Wild West and Native Peoples.

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Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit

Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit Date: Friday February 22, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Location: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Address: 2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
Category: Exhibits
The Zia sun is seen everywhere, from commercial planes flown across the United States to tattoos proudly displayed as a badge of honor. Yet, do we know the true origin of the Zia symbol and its original meaning? This exhibit that includes community contributions will take you through the journey of the symbol’s origin in Zia pueblo to its commodification that continues to grow in popularity, analyzing the question of ownership. Free.

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2019 Kyiyo Pow Wow

2019 Kyiyo Pow Wow Date: Friday April 19, 2019 through Saturday April 20, 2019.
Location: Adams Center
Address: 32 Campus Drive Missoula, MT 59812
Category: Pow Wows
All are welcome at the 50th Annual Kyiyo Pow Wow on April 19-20, 2019 at the Adams Center in Missoula, Montana. The Annual Kyiyo Pow Wow Celebration is one of the oldest traditions of Kyiyo. The Annual Pow Wow Celebration unifies all Native American from across the nation in an event full of dancing, singing, and sharing of stories between all in attendance. The celebration is a time to preserve the rich heritage of Native Americans and renew the thoughts of the old traditions.

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Art Under the Oaks Competitive Art Show

Art Under the Oaks Date: Tuesday April 16, 2019 through Tuesday April 30, 2019.
Location: Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Category: Exhibits
This art show is an annual event showcasing some of the incredible Native art and artists from all around.

You still have time to check out this great event and congratulate the winners.

Best of Show

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallett




Bill Rabbit Award
Seminole Sunset - Christie Tiger




Basketry/Traditional
1st Place

Crawdad Giggin Basket - Mike Dart

2nd Place

Three Rivers Quiver - Gerald Johnson




Basketry/Contemporary
1st Place

A Burden Shared-Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

The 4 Directions Colors - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

War Eagle - Gerald Johnson

Honorable Mention

Top Hat Basket - Britteny Cuevas

Honorable Mention

Seven Feathers - Renee Hoover




Beadwork

1st Place

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallet

2nd Place

Usti Medicine Bag - Shirley Sims

3rd Place

Pottery Shard Bird Gorget - Cody E. Harjo

Honorable Mention

Ballet on Native Stage - Tina Cates




Cultural Items

1st Place

Yei Deity (The Mediator) - Arlinda Hodges

2nd Place

Migraine - Steve Daugherty

3rd Place

Natural Grass Bag - Phyllis Poor Jimmeye

Honorable Mention

Stickball Sticks - Donny Earp

Honorable Mention

Picking Berries - Carlene Wiley




Textiles
1st Place

Diamond Weave - Dorothy Ice

2nd Place

Mother Earth - Sheila Harjo

3rd Place

Covered in Faith - Carol Rockey

Honorable Mention

Cherokee Ribbon Shirt - Shirley Sims




Jewelry

1st Place

Hero Twins - Toneh Chuleewah

2nd Place

Mississippian Odyssey - Toneh Chuleewah

3rd Place

Wadulisi Ditliado - Candessa Tehee

Honorable Mention

Purple Majesty - DeAnn M. Thornton




Pottery
1st Place

Hands Down Vase - Melvin Cornshucker

2nd Place

Feather Bowl - Melvin Cornshucker

3rd Place

Pocket Planter - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

Earth, Fire and Water - Lynette Trotter




Sculpture
1st Place

�he Greatest Identity Theft - Dan Corley

2nd Place

Coat of Many Syllabary - Harry Oo-sah-wee

3rd Place

Deer Woman - Lisan Tiger-Blair

Honorable Mention

Eagle and The Waves - Jerry Sutton




Painting

1st Place

Blood Owl - Dylan Cavin

2nd Place

Cherokee Eagle Dancer - Gebon Lee Barnoski

3rd Place

Haloneske (Devil�s Shoestring Fishing Medicine) - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

The Sash - Charles Dye Jr.

Honorable Mention

Old Man in the Moon - MaryBeth Timothy



Graphic

1st Place

Traditional Choctaw Beadwork - Debra Irvan

2nd Place

Cherokee War of 1776-Allies - Ron Mitchell

3rd Place

Mixed Blood Yunwiusdi/Irish - Roy Boney Jr.

Honorable Mention

They Brought Us Strength - Tana Washington

Honorable Mention

Morning Buck - Willie (Bo) Jackson



Miniatures/2D

1st Place

Small Coyote - Candace Shanholtzer

2nd Place

Catch of The Day - Dino Kingfisher

3rd Place

Under The Arbor - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

Intertribal - Mark Wolfe



Miniatures/3D

1st Place

Cherokee Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

Turtle Band - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

One Blue Note - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

The Potter - Charles Dye Jr.

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2019 University of Utah Pow Wow

University of Utah Pow Wow Date: Friday April 19, 2019 through Saturday April 20, 2019.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Union Ballroom
Address: 200 Central Campus Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Category: Pow Wows
All are welcome at the 47th Annual University of Utah Pow Wow on April 19-20, 2019 at the Union Ballroom in Salt Lake City, Utah. The powwow draws American Indians across the state of Utah in addition to Idaho, Nevada and Wyoming to participate in a weekend of traditional Native American drumming, singing and dancing. The University of Utah Inter-Tribal Student Association presents the annual Powwow beginning with the Grand Entry and dance session on Friday at 7:00 p.m. and two Grand Entries and dance sessions on Saturday at 12:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. in the Union Ballroom. The ceremonial Grand Entry is a cultural and spiritual tradition where a parade of participants enters the dance circle hosted by northern and southern drummers.

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Saturday April 20, 2019 19 Events

OKC Pow Wow Club Spring Benefit at Indian Hills

Spring Benefit at Indian Hills Date: Saturday April 20, 2019
Time: 1:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Location: Oklahoma City Pow Wow Club
Address: 8980 N Sooner Rd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73151
Category: Pow Wows
Spring Benefit at Indian Hills. Gourd Dance* 1 - 5, Supper 5 - 6, Social and War Dancing 6 - 11, Saturday, April 20th 1 - 11. Come see our newly refurbished facilities!

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Brown University Spring Thaw Powwow

Brown University Spring Date: Saturday April 20, 2019
Location: Pembroke Field
Address: 451 Brook Street Providence, RI 02906
Category: Pow Wows
Come join us for the 18th Annual Brown University Spring Thaw Powwow on April 20, 2019 at Pembroke Field in Providence, Rhode Island. Experience a day full of native dances, music, and arts and crafts, or just stop by to socialize over some food. The Brown University Spring Thaw Powwow is sponsored by the Native Americans at Brown and The Brown Center for Students of Color.

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14th Annual Traditional Native Games

Cherokee Nation
Date: Saturday April 20, 2019
Time: Times Vary
Location: Carl Albert State College, Sallisaw Campus
Category: Sports
This year's event will be held in six different locations ending with the championship in Tahlequah.

Registration will begin 30 minutes before the start time of each game.

The games include:
Cornstalk Shoot
Hatchet Throw
Blowgun
Horseshoes
Chunckey
Cherokee Marbles

For more information contact any of the directors listed below.

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Sherman Indian High School 34th Annual Pow-Wow

Sherman Indian High School Date: Saturday April 20, 2019
Location: Sherman Indian High School (Football Field)
Address: 9010 Magnolia Ave, Riverside, CA
Category: Pow Wows
Free Admission

Parking: $5. Enter on Jackson at the Freeway gate/football field.

Gates open at 10am, Grand Entry is at noon, Retiring of Colors at 11pm

Vendor Information, contact Gayle Johnson or Pow Wow Coordinator, Debbie Monroe at 951-276-6325, ext 334

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2019 UVU Pow Wow

2019 UVU Pow Wow Date: Saturday April 20, 2019
Location: UCCU Event Center
Address: 800 W. University Parkway Orem, UT 84097
Category: Pow Wows
Join us for the annual UVU Pow Wow on April 20-21, 2018 at the Rebecca Lockhart Arena in Orem, Utah. The 2-day Utah Valley University Pow Wow, the largest university pow wow in Utah is organized by the Native Wolverine Association. The annual UVU Pow Wow is a contest Pow Wow, differing from a traditional or social Pow Wow in that it also serves as a dance competition.

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Healthy Cherokee Race Series 2019 - Vian Lake Trail Run

Cherokee Nation
Date: Saturday April 20, 2019
Location: Armstrong Park
Address: Hwy 82 North Vian, OK 74962
Category: Health
The Cherokee Nation Public Health Wings Program is offering a special Healthy Cherokee Race Series event for 2019. The Healthy Cherokee Race Series purpose is to provide Wings members encouragement, support and share opportunities to come together to be healthy and physically active through walking and running.

Vian Lake Trail Run – Vian, OK

Saturday - April 20, 2019

5K Starts at 8:00 A.M.

1K Fun Run at 7:30 A.M.

Race day registration and packet pick-up: 6:30 A.M.

Please Note: Packet pick up will end approximately at 7:30 A.M.

Race will begin and end at Armstrong Park

Address: Hwy 82 North Vian, OK 74962

Contact information: Steven Hatcher 918-774-1400 Ext. 1559 steven-hatcher@cherokee.org or

Mary Owl 918-774-1400 Ext. 1560 mary-owl@cherokee.org.

Wings Deadline: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - Fax (918-458-6224)

Online registration is: https://runsignup.com/vianlaketrailrun Coupon code for Wings members only: vianlake

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Washington University in St Louis Pow Wow

Washington University Date: Saturday April 20, 2019
Time: All Day Event
Location: Washington University Field House
Address: 330 N. Big Bend Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63130
Price: Free
Category: Pow Wows
The 29th Annual Washington University in St Louis Pow Wow on Saturday, April 20, 2019 at the Buder Center in St Louis, Missouri is an inter-tribal gathering of American Indians to dance, sing, become friends, share meals and traditions. The Washington University in St Louis Pow Wow is a family friendly event. Come enjoy Native Arts, Crafts, Dance Contests and Food at this free to the public event.

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Supervisory Academy I

Supervisory Academy I Date: Thursday March 14, 2019 through Thursday May 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: ICTC Tahlequah
Address: 240 Career Tech Way, Tahlequah, OK
Price: $440, materials & graduation lunch included
Category: Meetings
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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Supervisory Academy II

Supervisory Academy II Date: Tuesday March 12, 2019 through Tuesday July 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: ICTC-Muskogee Campus
Category: Educational
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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2019 Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian

2019 Native Expressions Date: Monday April 1, 2019 through Friday June 28, 2019.
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Museum of the American Indian
Address: 2200 Novato Boulevard Novato, CA 94947
Price: Free
Category: Cultural
Plan to experience the Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian in Novato from March 2 – June 28, 2019. During these dates, the Museum of the American Indian in Novato will present the exhibit, Native Expressions featuring the art of Becky Olvera Schultz. On display will be Native American art masks, Southwest style masks, photography, serigraphs, rawhide shields and other mixed media works.

Becky’s art is inspired by the peoples indigenous to the Americas and her masks have been described as intense, awesome, powerful, cutting edge, beautiful, spiritual, dramatic and even intimidating. Her art masks have been featured in the national magazines Cowboys & Indians, Wild West and Native Peoples.

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2019 University of Iowa Powwow

University of Iowa Powwow Date: Saturday April 20, 2019 through Sunday April 21, 2019.
Location: University of Iowa Field House
Address: 225 South Grand Avenue Iowa City, IA 52242
Category: Pow Wows
Join us for the 25th Annual University of Iowa Powwow on April 20, 2019 at the UI Field House in Iowa City, Iowa to celebrate of American Indian song and dance, tradition and education. Be here as the University of Iowa Field House comes alive in a colorful expression of song and dance when the students of the Native American Student Association (NASA) holds its annual UI Powwow. Over one hundred and fifty American Indian dancers and singers representing many different Native Nations in the United States and Canada are expected.

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Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit

Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit Date: Friday February 22, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Location: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Address: 2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
Category: Exhibits
The Zia sun is seen everywhere, from commercial planes flown across the United States to tattoos proudly displayed as a badge of honor. Yet, do we know the true origin of the Zia symbol and its original meaning? This exhibit that includes community contributions will take you through the journey of the symbol’s origin in Zia pueblo to its commodification that continues to grow in popularity, analyzing the question of ownership. Free.

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BSU Seven Arrows Powwow

BSU Seven Arrows Powwow Date: Saturday April 20, 2019 through Sunday April 21, 2019.
Location: BSU Student Union Jordan Ballroom
Address: 1700 University Drive Boise, 83725
Category: Pow Wows
Experience Native American Culture at the 26th Annual BSU Seven Arrows Powwow on April 20-21, 2019 at the Boise State University Student Union Jordan Ballroom in Boise, Idaho. BSU Seven Arrows Powwow action starts with the Grand entry at noon on Saturday, followed by additional dance sessions beginning with Grand Entries and 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, and noon on Sunday. Native Americans from the Pacific Northwest, Southwest, and even Canada will be in attendance at the popular event, which showcases the customs of various tribes. The competition draws dancers and drummers of all ages from around the country.

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2019 Kyiyo Pow Wow

2019 Kyiyo Pow Wow Date: Friday April 19, 2019 through Saturday April 20, 2019.
Location: Adams Center
Address: 32 Campus Drive Missoula, MT 59812
Category: Pow Wows
All are welcome at the 50th Annual Kyiyo Pow Wow on April 19-20, 2019 at the Adams Center in Missoula, Montana. The Annual Kyiyo Pow Wow Celebration is one of the oldest traditions of Kyiyo. The Annual Pow Wow Celebration unifies all Native American from across the nation in an event full of dancing, singing, and sharing of stories between all in attendance. The celebration is a time to preserve the rich heritage of Native Americans and renew the thoughts of the old traditions.

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Art Under the Oaks Competitive Art Show

Art Under the Oaks Date: Tuesday April 16, 2019 through Tuesday April 30, 2019.
Location: Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Category: Exhibits
This art show is an annual event showcasing some of the incredible Native art and artists from all around.

You still have time to check out this great event and congratulate the winners.

Best of Show

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallett




Bill Rabbit Award
Seminole Sunset - Christie Tiger




Basketry/Traditional
1st Place

Crawdad Giggin Basket - Mike Dart

2nd Place

Three Rivers Quiver - Gerald Johnson




Basketry/Contemporary
1st Place

A Burden Shared-Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

The 4 Directions Colors - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

War Eagle - Gerald Johnson

Honorable Mention

Top Hat Basket - Britteny Cuevas

Honorable Mention

Seven Feathers - Renee Hoover




Beadwork

1st Place

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallet

2nd Place

Usti Medicine Bag - Shirley Sims

3rd Place

Pottery Shard Bird Gorget - Cody E. Harjo

Honorable Mention

Ballet on Native Stage - Tina Cates




Cultural Items

1st Place

Yei Deity (The Mediator) - Arlinda Hodges

2nd Place

Migraine - Steve Daugherty

3rd Place

Natural Grass Bag - Phyllis Poor Jimmeye

Honorable Mention

Stickball Sticks - Donny Earp

Honorable Mention

Picking Berries - Carlene Wiley




Textiles
1st Place

Diamond Weave - Dorothy Ice

2nd Place

Mother Earth - Sheila Harjo

3rd Place

Covered in Faith - Carol Rockey

Honorable Mention

Cherokee Ribbon Shirt - Shirley Sims




Jewelry

1st Place

Hero Twins - Toneh Chuleewah

2nd Place

Mississippian Odyssey - Toneh Chuleewah

3rd Place

Wadulisi Ditliado - Candessa Tehee

Honorable Mention

Purple Majesty - DeAnn M. Thornton




Pottery
1st Place

Hands Down Vase - Melvin Cornshucker

2nd Place

Feather Bowl - Melvin Cornshucker

3rd Place

Pocket Planter - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

Earth, Fire and Water - Lynette Trotter




Sculpture
1st Place

�he Greatest Identity Theft - Dan Corley

2nd Place

Coat of Many Syllabary - Harry Oo-sah-wee

3rd Place

Deer Woman - Lisan Tiger-Blair

Honorable Mention

Eagle and The Waves - Jerry Sutton




Painting

1st Place

Blood Owl - Dylan Cavin

2nd Place

Cherokee Eagle Dancer - Gebon Lee Barnoski

3rd Place

Haloneske (Devil�s Shoestring Fishing Medicine) - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

The Sash - Charles Dye Jr.

Honorable Mention

Old Man in the Moon - MaryBeth Timothy



Graphic

1st Place

Traditional Choctaw Beadwork - Debra Irvan

2nd Place

Cherokee War of 1776-Allies - Ron Mitchell

3rd Place

Mixed Blood Yunwiusdi/Irish - Roy Boney Jr.

Honorable Mention

They Brought Us Strength - Tana Washington

Honorable Mention

Morning Buck - Willie (Bo) Jackson



Miniatures/2D

1st Place

Small Coyote - Candace Shanholtzer

2nd Place

Catch of The Day - Dino Kingfisher

3rd Place

Under The Arbor - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

Intertribal - Mark Wolfe



Miniatures/3D

1st Place

Cherokee Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

Turtle Band - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

One Blue Note - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

The Potter - Charles Dye Jr.

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2019 Blind Horse Spring Pow Wow

Blind Horse Spring Pow Wow Date: Saturday April 20, 2019 through Sunday April 21, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Tract Farm
Address: 22315 Alabama Highway 21 Alpine, AL 35014
Category: Pow Wows
Join us for the annual Blind Horse Spring Pow Wow on April 20-21, 2019 at the Tract Farm in Alpine, Alabama. Experience Native American drumming, singing, and dancers in colorful regalia. Food and craft vendors will surround the dance arena. Seating is limited, so be sure to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on and view the circle and dancers. Blind Horse Spring Pow Wow is located just 11 miles North of Sylacauga and 9 miles South of Talledega on Highway 21. Camping and RV space is available for participants and vendors.

Blind Horse Spring Pow Wow Features:
Powwow Drumming, Singing, Dancing
Featuring TONANZI Aztec Dance Group
Levi Walker Jr (Noc-a-Homa), the Braves Mascot
Earthquest will have birds of prey on diplay and give demonstrations

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2019 University of Utah Pow Wow

University of Utah Pow Wow Date: Friday April 19, 2019 through Saturday April 20, 2019.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Union Ballroom
Address: 200 Central Campus Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Category: Pow Wows
All are welcome at the 47th Annual University of Utah Pow Wow on April 19-20, 2019 at the Union Ballroom in Salt Lake City, Utah. The powwow draws American Indians across the state of Utah in addition to Idaho, Nevada and Wyoming to participate in a weekend of traditional Native American drumming, singing and dancing. The University of Utah Inter-Tribal Student Association presents the annual Powwow beginning with the Grand Entry and dance session on Friday at 7:00 p.m. and two Grand Entries and dance sessions on Saturday at 12:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. in the Union Ballroom. The ceremonial Grand Entry is a cultural and spiritual tradition where a parade of participants enters the dance circle hosted by northern and southern drummers.

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Sunday April 21, 2019 11 Events

Otoe-Missouria Encampment Benefit

Otoe-Missouria Encampment Otoe-Missouria Tribe of Indians
Date: Sunday April 21, 2019
Location: Otoe-Missouria Cultural Bldg
Address: 8151 HWY 177, Red Rock, OK
Category: Pow Wows
Schedule:Gourd Dance: 2pmSupper: 5:30pm (Bring your real dishes for dinner - Be traditional and protect Mother Earth)Intertribal: 7pmHead Singer: Mike Gawhega Emcee: Oliver Littlecook Head Gourd: Jim GrantHead Man: Jim Hopper Head Lady: Carolyn Kauley

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Supervisory Academy I

Supervisory Academy I Date: Thursday March 14, 2019 through Thursday May 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: ICTC Tahlequah
Address: 240 Career Tech Way, Tahlequah, OK
Price: $440, materials & graduation lunch included
Category: Meetings
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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Supervisory Academy II

Supervisory Academy II Date: Tuesday March 12, 2019 through Tuesday July 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: ICTC-Muskogee Campus
Category: Educational
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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2019 Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian

2019 Native Expressions Date: Monday April 1, 2019 through Friday June 28, 2019.
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Museum of the American Indian
Address: 2200 Novato Boulevard Novato, CA 94947
Price: Free
Category: Cultural
Plan to experience the Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian in Novato from March 2 – June 28, 2019. During these dates, the Museum of the American Indian in Novato will present the exhibit, Native Expressions featuring the art of Becky Olvera Schultz. On display will be Native American art masks, Southwest style masks, photography, serigraphs, rawhide shields and other mixed media works.

Becky’s art is inspired by the peoples indigenous to the Americas and her masks have been described as intense, awesome, powerful, cutting edge, beautiful, spiritual, dramatic and even intimidating. Her art masks have been featured in the national magazines Cowboys & Indians, Wild West and Native Peoples.

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Wellbriety Meetings

Wellbriety Meetings Grand Nation Inc.
Date: Event occurs every Sunday of every month.
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: Grand Nation Recovery Support Center
Address: 102 E. Illinois , 3rd floor of post office, Vinita, OK, 74301
Category: Meetings
Wellbriety is a concept that initially goes beyond the ideas of sobriety and wellness to define what is best for a naturally-balanced, whole person each of us seek to become. Everyone is welcome to join us every Sunday from 5 pm to 6 pm.

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2019 University of Iowa Powwow

University of Iowa Powwow Date: Saturday April 20, 2019 through Sunday April 21, 2019.
Location: University of Iowa Field House
Address: 225 South Grand Avenue Iowa City, IA 52242
Category: Pow Wows
Join us for the 25th Annual University of Iowa Powwow on April 20, 2019 at the UI Field House in Iowa City, Iowa to celebrate of American Indian song and dance, tradition and education. Be here as the University of Iowa Field House comes alive in a colorful expression of song and dance when the students of the Native American Student Association (NASA) holds its annual UI Powwow. Over one hundred and fifty American Indian dancers and singers representing many different Native Nations in the United States and Canada are expected.

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Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit

Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit Date: Friday February 22, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Location: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Address: 2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
Category: Exhibits
The Zia sun is seen everywhere, from commercial planes flown across the United States to tattoos proudly displayed as a badge of honor. Yet, do we know the true origin of the Zia symbol and its original meaning? This exhibit that includes community contributions will take you through the journey of the symbol’s origin in Zia pueblo to its commodification that continues to grow in popularity, analyzing the question of ownership. Free.

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BSU Seven Arrows Powwow

BSU Seven Arrows Powwow Date: Saturday April 20, 2019 through Sunday April 21, 2019.
Location: BSU Student Union Jordan Ballroom
Address: 1700 University Drive Boise, 83725
Category: Pow Wows
Experience Native American Culture at the 26th Annual BSU Seven Arrows Powwow on April 20-21, 2019 at the Boise State University Student Union Jordan Ballroom in Boise, Idaho. BSU Seven Arrows Powwow action starts with the Grand entry at noon on Saturday, followed by additional dance sessions beginning with Grand Entries and 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, and noon on Sunday. Native Americans from the Pacific Northwest, Southwest, and even Canada will be in attendance at the popular event, which showcases the customs of various tribes. The competition draws dancers and drummers of all ages from around the country.

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Art Under the Oaks Competitive Art Show

Art Under the Oaks Date: Tuesday April 16, 2019 through Tuesday April 30, 2019.
Location: Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Category: Exhibits
This art show is an annual event showcasing some of the incredible Native art and artists from all around.

You still have time to check out this great event and congratulate the winners.

Best of Show

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallett




Bill Rabbit Award
Seminole Sunset - Christie Tiger




Basketry/Traditional
1st Place

Crawdad Giggin Basket - Mike Dart

2nd Place

Three Rivers Quiver - Gerald Johnson




Basketry/Contemporary
1st Place

A Burden Shared-Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

The 4 Directions Colors - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

War Eagle - Gerald Johnson

Honorable Mention

Top Hat Basket - Britteny Cuevas

Honorable Mention

Seven Feathers - Renee Hoover




Beadwork

1st Place

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallet

2nd Place

Usti Medicine Bag - Shirley Sims

3rd Place

Pottery Shard Bird Gorget - Cody E. Harjo

Honorable Mention

Ballet on Native Stage - Tina Cates




Cultural Items

1st Place

Yei Deity (The Mediator) - Arlinda Hodges

2nd Place

Migraine - Steve Daugherty

3rd Place

Natural Grass Bag - Phyllis Poor Jimmeye

Honorable Mention

Stickball Sticks - Donny Earp

Honorable Mention

Picking Berries - Carlene Wiley




Textiles
1st Place

Diamond Weave - Dorothy Ice

2nd Place

Mother Earth - Sheila Harjo

3rd Place

Covered in Faith - Carol Rockey

Honorable Mention

Cherokee Ribbon Shirt - Shirley Sims




Jewelry

1st Place

Hero Twins - Toneh Chuleewah

2nd Place

Mississippian Odyssey - Toneh Chuleewah

3rd Place

Wadulisi Ditliado - Candessa Tehee

Honorable Mention

Purple Majesty - DeAnn M. Thornton




Pottery
1st Place

Hands Down Vase - Melvin Cornshucker

2nd Place

Feather Bowl - Melvin Cornshucker

3rd Place

Pocket Planter - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

Earth, Fire and Water - Lynette Trotter




Sculpture
1st Place

�he Greatest Identity Theft - Dan Corley

2nd Place

Coat of Many Syllabary - Harry Oo-sah-wee

3rd Place

Deer Woman - Lisan Tiger-Blair

Honorable Mention

Eagle and The Waves - Jerry Sutton




Painting

1st Place

Blood Owl - Dylan Cavin

2nd Place

Cherokee Eagle Dancer - Gebon Lee Barnoski

3rd Place

Haloneske (Devil�s Shoestring Fishing Medicine) - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

The Sash - Charles Dye Jr.

Honorable Mention

Old Man in the Moon - MaryBeth Timothy



Graphic

1st Place

Traditional Choctaw Beadwork - Debra Irvan

2nd Place

Cherokee War of 1776-Allies - Ron Mitchell

3rd Place

Mixed Blood Yunwiusdi/Irish - Roy Boney Jr.

Honorable Mention

They Brought Us Strength - Tana Washington

Honorable Mention

Morning Buck - Willie (Bo) Jackson



Miniatures/2D

1st Place

Small Coyote - Candace Shanholtzer

2nd Place

Catch of The Day - Dino Kingfisher

3rd Place

Under The Arbor - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

Intertribal - Mark Wolfe



Miniatures/3D

1st Place

Cherokee Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

Turtle Band - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

One Blue Note - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

The Potter - Charles Dye Jr.

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2019 Blind Horse Spring Pow Wow

Blind Horse Spring Pow Wow Date: Saturday April 20, 2019 through Sunday April 21, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Tract Farm
Address: 22315 Alabama Highway 21 Alpine, AL 35014
Category: Pow Wows
Join us for the annual Blind Horse Spring Pow Wow on April 20-21, 2019 at the Tract Farm in Alpine, Alabama. Experience Native American drumming, singing, and dancers in colorful regalia. Food and craft vendors will surround the dance arena. Seating is limited, so be sure to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on and view the circle and dancers. Blind Horse Spring Pow Wow is located just 11 miles North of Sylacauga and 9 miles South of Talledega on Highway 21. Camping and RV space is available for participants and vendors.

Blind Horse Spring Pow Wow Features:
Powwow Drumming, Singing, Dancing
Featuring TONANZI Aztec Dance Group
Levi Walker Jr (Noc-a-Homa), the Braves Mascot
Earthquest will have birds of prey on diplay and give demonstrations

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Monday April 22, 2019 7 Events

Microsoft Excel 2 - An Intermediate Course

Date: Monday April 22, 2019
Time: 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: Indian Capital Technology Center
Address: 2403 N 41st St E, Muskogee, Oklahoma 74403
Price: $150 (materials included)
Category: Educational
Unleash the power of Excel's most complex capabilities. In this 12-hour intermediate course, you will get:
A more in-depth knowledge of Excel's ribbons, menus, and
functions, including how to add your own tabs and groups.
Time saving techniques to streamline data queries, data analysis,
and search.
Tips for creating charts, graphs, and tables to wow your
audience.
How to use PivotTable reports and PivotCharts to filter and
summarize your data and worksheets.
Sort and filter tables.
Structure references, validate, and transport data.
Set up permissions and share workbooks.

* Pre-requisite: Excel for Beginners and/or experienced with the basics of Excel and ready to move forward.

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Supervisory Academy I

Supervisory Academy I Date: Thursday March 14, 2019 through Thursday May 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: ICTC Tahlequah
Address: 240 Career Tech Way, Tahlequah, OK
Price: $440, materials & graduation lunch included
Category: Meetings
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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Supervisory Academy II

Supervisory Academy II Date: Tuesday March 12, 2019 through Tuesday July 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: ICTC-Muskogee Campus
Category: Educational
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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2019 Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian

2019 Native Expressions Date: Monday April 1, 2019 through Friday June 28, 2019.
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Museum of the American Indian
Address: 2200 Novato Boulevard Novato, CA 94947
Price: Free
Category: Cultural
Plan to experience the Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian in Novato from March 2 – June 28, 2019. During these dates, the Museum of the American Indian in Novato will present the exhibit, Native Expressions featuring the art of Becky Olvera Schultz. On display will be Native American art masks, Southwest style masks, photography, serigraphs, rawhide shields and other mixed media works.

Becky’s art is inspired by the peoples indigenous to the Americas and her masks have been described as intense, awesome, powerful, cutting edge, beautiful, spiritual, dramatic and even intimidating. Her art masks have been featured in the national magazines Cowboys & Indians, Wild West and Native Peoples.

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Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit

Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit Date: Friday February 22, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Location: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Address: 2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
Category: Exhibits
The Zia sun is seen everywhere, from commercial planes flown across the United States to tattoos proudly displayed as a badge of honor. Yet, do we know the true origin of the Zia symbol and its original meaning? This exhibit that includes community contributions will take you through the journey of the symbol’s origin in Zia pueblo to its commodification that continues to grow in popularity, analyzing the question of ownership. Free.

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Art Under the Oaks Competitive Art Show

Art Under the Oaks Date: Tuesday April 16, 2019 through Tuesday April 30, 2019.
Location: Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Category: Exhibits
This art show is an annual event showcasing some of the incredible Native art and artists from all around.

You still have time to check out this great event and congratulate the winners.

Best of Show

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallett




Bill Rabbit Award
Seminole Sunset - Christie Tiger




Basketry/Traditional
1st Place

Crawdad Giggin Basket - Mike Dart

2nd Place

Three Rivers Quiver - Gerald Johnson




Basketry/Contemporary
1st Place

A Burden Shared-Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

The 4 Directions Colors - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

War Eagle - Gerald Johnson

Honorable Mention

Top Hat Basket - Britteny Cuevas

Honorable Mention

Seven Feathers - Renee Hoover




Beadwork

1st Place

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallet

2nd Place

Usti Medicine Bag - Shirley Sims

3rd Place

Pottery Shard Bird Gorget - Cody E. Harjo

Honorable Mention

Ballet on Native Stage - Tina Cates




Cultural Items

1st Place

Yei Deity (The Mediator) - Arlinda Hodges

2nd Place

Migraine - Steve Daugherty

3rd Place

Natural Grass Bag - Phyllis Poor Jimmeye

Honorable Mention

Stickball Sticks - Donny Earp

Honorable Mention

Picking Berries - Carlene Wiley




Textiles
1st Place

Diamond Weave - Dorothy Ice

2nd Place

Mother Earth - Sheila Harjo

3rd Place

Covered in Faith - Carol Rockey

Honorable Mention

Cherokee Ribbon Shirt - Shirley Sims




Jewelry

1st Place

Hero Twins - Toneh Chuleewah

2nd Place

Mississippian Odyssey - Toneh Chuleewah

3rd Place

Wadulisi Ditliado - Candessa Tehee

Honorable Mention

Purple Majesty - DeAnn M. Thornton




Pottery
1st Place

Hands Down Vase - Melvin Cornshucker

2nd Place

Feather Bowl - Melvin Cornshucker

3rd Place

Pocket Planter - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

Earth, Fire and Water - Lynette Trotter




Sculpture
1st Place

�he Greatest Identity Theft - Dan Corley

2nd Place

Coat of Many Syllabary - Harry Oo-sah-wee

3rd Place

Deer Woman - Lisan Tiger-Blair

Honorable Mention

Eagle and The Waves - Jerry Sutton




Painting

1st Place

Blood Owl - Dylan Cavin

2nd Place

Cherokee Eagle Dancer - Gebon Lee Barnoski

3rd Place

Haloneske (Devil�s Shoestring Fishing Medicine) - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

The Sash - Charles Dye Jr.

Honorable Mention

Old Man in the Moon - MaryBeth Timothy



Graphic

1st Place

Traditional Choctaw Beadwork - Debra Irvan

2nd Place

Cherokee War of 1776-Allies - Ron Mitchell

3rd Place

Mixed Blood Yunwiusdi/Irish - Roy Boney Jr.

Honorable Mention

They Brought Us Strength - Tana Washington

Honorable Mention

Morning Buck - Willie (Bo) Jackson



Miniatures/2D

1st Place

Small Coyote - Candace Shanholtzer

2nd Place

Catch of The Day - Dino Kingfisher

3rd Place

Under The Arbor - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

Intertribal - Mark Wolfe



Miniatures/3D

1st Place

Cherokee Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

Turtle Band - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

One Blue Note - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

The Potter - Charles Dye Jr.

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Tuesday April 23, 2019 12 Events

REI - QuickBooks - Desktop

REI - QuickBooks - Desktop Date: Tuesday April 23, 2019
Time: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Green Country Technology Center
Address: 1100 N Loop 56 Okmulgee, OK 74447
Price: $115
Category: Business Networking
Quickbooks software is ideal for small businesses that manage their own accounting and other business transactions. Participants in this intensive, hands-on training will learn how Quickbooks can streamline their processes and benefit their business. Quickbooks Pro 2018 ONLINE version is used for this training. Topics to be covered include: examining chart of accounts; writing checks and recording deposits; reconciling bank statements; entering and paying bills; invoicing customers and receiving payments; creating basic financial statements and balance sheets; tracking sales tax; entering and receiving credit card charges; utilizing sub-accounts. Attendees will enter information on provided laptops using practice sets and have the opportunity to ask questions and receive guidance.

Presenter is Certified Quickbooks Trainer – Savanna Dixon with Vann Dixon, CPA

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Nonprofit Management Certification Program

Date: Tuesday April 23, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits
Address: 720 West Wilshire, Suite 115 Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Price: Member Earlybird Registration Price until January 6, 2019: $850
Category: Meetings
REGISTRATION DEADLINES AND COSTS:
Training Price: $1,700
Member Earlybird Registration Price until January 6, 2019: $850
Standard Member Price AFTER January 6: $950
DROP DATE: January 20, 2019

As a nonprofit manager, you're carrying a heavy load on your shoulders. Managing employees, budgets, and programs may be weighing you down. Our NMCP program will help nonprofit employees develop leadership and supervisory skills. Through training sessions taught by experts in the field, participants will have an opportunity to apply and practice new skills as well as benefit from networking and confidential space to discuss issues and gain confidence. Each day-long session focuses on a different topic pertinent to management in the nonprofit sector. To establish a cohort with potential for networking and rapport-building, registration will be capped at 25 participants.

What will participants learn?
Session I: Leadership Essentials
Session II: Leading People/Human Resources
Session III: Coaching as Supervision
Session IV: Managing Budgets
Session V: Diversity & Conflict Management
Session VI: Life Cycle & Board Engagement

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REI - Marketing On A Shoestring Budget

Marketing On A Budget Date: Tuesday April 23, 2019
Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Location: Great Plains Business Development Center McMahon Lecture Hall
Address: 1601 SW Park Ridge Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505
Price: $15
Category: Business Networking
Marketing your small business can be affordable and you can realize high returns on your marketing investments. In this fast-paced seminar, we will review six marketing initiatives with low investments but high ROIs.

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REI - Marketing On A Shoestring Budget

Date: Tuesday April 23, 2019
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: Red River Technology Center
Address: 3300 West Bois D Arc Avenue Duncan, OK 73533
Price: $15
Category: Business Networking
Marketing your small business can be affordable and you can realize high returns on your marketing investments. In this fast-paced seminar, we will review six marketing initiatives with low investments but high ROIs.

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Kiowa Language Class

Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma
Date: Tuesday April 23, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Zarrow Regional Library - North Meeting Room
Address: 2224 W. 51st St. Tulsa, OK, 74107
Category: Cultural
The Kiowa language class is presented by the Kiowa Nation's Tulsa Kiowa Language and Cultural Revitalization Program. For adults and teens.

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Supervisory Academy I

Supervisory Academy I Date: Thursday March 14, 2019 through Thursday May 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: ICTC Tahlequah
Address: 240 Career Tech Way, Tahlequah, OK
Price: $440, materials & graduation lunch included
Category: Meetings
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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Supervisory Academy II

Supervisory Academy II Date: Tuesday March 12, 2019 through Tuesday July 30, 2019.
Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: ICTC-Muskogee Campus
Category: Educational
Employees dont quit their jobs,
they quit their managers.
Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.
Topics covered in this course:
True Colors Personality Assessment
ABCs of Supervision
Communication Strategies
Stress Management
Delegating & Coaching/Mentoring
Problem Solving & Decision Making
Conflict Resolution
Human Resources Training for the Non-HR Professional
Building High Performance Teams
Leadership Training Wrap Up & Graduation Luncheon

April C. Murelio, Industrial Coordinator, Office & Operations
April.Murelio@ictctech.com | 918-348-7945

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Stretch For Life (Yoga)

Stretch For Life (Yoga) Grand Nation Inc.
Date: Event occurs every Tuesday of every month.
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: Pilgrim Presbyterian Church
Address: 101 S. Thompson, Vinita, OK 74301
Price: free
Category: Health
Every Tuesday join us at the Pilgrim Presbyterian Church for our Stretch For Life physical fitness class from 10 am to 11 am

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2019 Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian

2019 Native Expressions Date: Monday April 1, 2019 through Friday June 28, 2019.
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Museum of the American Indian
Address: 2200 Novato Boulevard Novato, CA 94947
Price: Free
Category: Cultural
Plan to experience the Native Expressions Art Exhibit at the Museum of the American Indian in Novato from March 2 – June 28, 2019. During these dates, the Museum of the American Indian in Novato will present the exhibit, Native Expressions featuring the art of Becky Olvera Schultz. On display will be Native American art masks, Southwest style masks, photography, serigraphs, rawhide shields and other mixed media works.

Becky’s art is inspired by the peoples indigenous to the Americas and her masks have been described as intense, awesome, powerful, cutting edge, beautiful, spiritual, dramatic and even intimidating. Her art masks have been featured in the national magazines Cowboys & Indians, Wild West and Native Peoples.

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Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit

Ours: The Zia Sun Exhibit Date: Friday February 22, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Location: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Address: 2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
Category: Exhibits
The Zia sun is seen everywhere, from commercial planes flown across the United States to tattoos proudly displayed as a badge of honor. Yet, do we know the true origin of the Zia symbol and its original meaning? This exhibit that includes community contributions will take you through the journey of the symbol’s origin in Zia pueblo to its commodification that continues to grow in popularity, analyzing the question of ownership. Free.

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Art Under the Oaks Competitive Art Show

Art Under the Oaks Date: Tuesday April 16, 2019 through Tuesday April 30, 2019.
Location: Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Category: Exhibits
This art show is an annual event showcasing some of the incredible Native art and artists from all around.

You still have time to check out this great event and congratulate the winners.

Best of Show

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallett




Bill Rabbit Award
Seminole Sunset - Christie Tiger




Basketry/Traditional
1st Place

Crawdad Giggin Basket - Mike Dart

2nd Place

Three Rivers Quiver - Gerald Johnson




Basketry/Contemporary
1st Place

A Burden Shared-Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

The 4 Directions Colors - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

War Eagle - Gerald Johnson

Honorable Mention

Top Hat Basket - Britteny Cuevas

Honorable Mention

Seven Feathers - Renee Hoover




Beadwork

1st Place

Kindred Southeastern Bandolier Bag - Carolyn Pallet

2nd Place

Usti Medicine Bag - Shirley Sims

3rd Place

Pottery Shard Bird Gorget - Cody E. Harjo

Honorable Mention

Ballet on Native Stage - Tina Cates




Cultural Items

1st Place

Yei Deity (The Mediator) - Arlinda Hodges

2nd Place

Migraine - Steve Daugherty

3rd Place

Natural Grass Bag - Phyllis Poor Jimmeye

Honorable Mention

Stickball Sticks - Donny Earp

Honorable Mention

Picking Berries - Carlene Wiley




Textiles
1st Place

Diamond Weave - Dorothy Ice

2nd Place

Mother Earth - Sheila Harjo

3rd Place

Covered in Faith - Carol Rockey

Honorable Mention

Cherokee Ribbon Shirt - Shirley Sims




Jewelry

1st Place

Hero Twins - Toneh Chuleewah

2nd Place

Mississippian Odyssey - Toneh Chuleewah

3rd Place

Wadulisi Ditliado - Candessa Tehee

Honorable Mention

Purple Majesty - DeAnn M. Thornton




Pottery
1st Place

Hands Down Vase - Melvin Cornshucker

2nd Place

Feather Bowl - Melvin Cornshucker

3rd Place

Pocket Planter - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

Earth, Fire and Water - Lynette Trotter




Sculpture
1st Place

�he Greatest Identity Theft - Dan Corley

2nd Place

Coat of Many Syllabary - Harry Oo-sah-wee

3rd Place

Deer Woman - Lisan Tiger-Blair

Honorable Mention

Eagle and The Waves - Jerry Sutton




Painting

1st Place

Blood Owl - Dylan Cavin

2nd Place

Cherokee Eagle Dancer - Gebon Lee Barnoski

3rd Place

Haloneske (Devil�s Shoestring Fishing Medicine) - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

The Sash - Charles Dye Jr.

Honorable Mention

Old Man in the Moon - MaryBeth Timothy



Graphic

1st Place

Traditional Choctaw Beadwork - Debra Irvan

2nd Place

Cherokee War of 1776-Allies - Ron Mitchell

3rd Place

Mixed Blood Yunwiusdi/Irish - Roy Boney Jr.

Honorable Mention

They Brought Us Strength - Tana Washington

Honorable Mention

Morning Buck - Willie (Bo) Jackson



Miniatures/2D

1st Place

Small Coyote - Candace Shanholtzer

2nd Place

Catch of The Day - Dino Kingfisher

3rd Place

Under The Arbor - Johnnie Diacon

Honorable Mention

Intertribal - Mark Wolfe



Miniatures/3D

1st Place

Cherokee Gathering Basket - Renee Hoover

2nd Place

Turtle Band - Carlene Wiley

3rd Place

One Blue Note - Lynette Trotter

Honorable Mention

The Potter - Charles Dye Jr.

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