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Wednesday October 23, 2019 to Sunday October 27, 2019

Wednesday October 23, 2019 13 Events

REI - #WBC Connects Cleveland

Date: Wednesday October 23, 2019
Time: 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Location: Cleveland Chamber of Commerce
Address: 217 South Broadway Cleveland, OK 74020
Price: Free
Category: Business Networking
Discover the Power of Networking at the very first #WBC Connects. This event will enable you to connect with countless potential customers, build your network of business contacts and have a great opportunity to showcase your business.

Bring your business cards and join us for this exclusive networking meeting for women business owners, professionals and small business resource partners.

Youll also:

Connect through interactive discussions and activities.
Learn from other women entrepreneurs and professionals in the area.
Hear the latest in resource services for women entrepreneurs.
Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U. S. Small Business Administration, WBCs, SBA 7j, and PRIME programs and services are provided on a nondiscriminatory basis. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities and language assistance services for clients with limited English proficiency will be provided if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Lori Smith, WBC Assistant or Cassidy Gilmore, PRIME Coordinator at P.O. Box 1335, Durant, OK 74702 or call 800-658-2823.

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MARKETING 201 (OKC)

MARKETING 201 (OKC) Date: Wednesday October 23, 2019
Time: 8:45 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits
Address: 720 West Wilshire, Suite 115 Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Price: $50/Center members $100/non-members
Category: Business Networking
Marketing 201 will provide the non-marketing and the new/intermediate marketing professional further information on nonprofit marketing practices. Discussion will include content marketing, social media and analytics.

Upon completion of the class, participants will understand how to build their marketing activities beyond basic marketing tools, and will begin to build an integrated marketing plan for their organization and programs.

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Nonprofit Management Certification--Fundamentals Tulsa Fall 2019

Date: Wednesday October 23, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Tulsa Campus
Address: 5330 East 31st Street Tulsa, OK 74135
Price: Member Earlybird Price until July 28, 2019: $850 Standard Member Price After July 28: $950
Category: Business Networking
This training has 6 sessions - Participation in 5 sessions is mandatory to receive certificate. Participants may not register mid-training.

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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Building a Respectful Workplace

Respectful Workplace Date: Wednesday October 23, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Indian Capital Technology Center
Address: 2403 N 41st St E, Muskogee, Oklahoma 74403
Price: 12 Hrs./$240
Category: Educational
How you show up and treat people means everything. Companies
with disrespectful/toxic work environments lose money; companies
that build and maintain respectful workplaces thrive. Learn to affect
the bottom line in a positive way.

Contact April Murelio at 918-348-7960 or april.murelio@ictech.edu to register.

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The Fred Factor

Date: Event occurs every Wednesday of every month.
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Indian Capital Technology Center
Address: 2403 N 41st St E, Muskogee, Oklahoma 74403
Category: Business Networking
Be a Fred: Continually create new value for those you live and
work with through dedication, passion and creativity. Use the four
principles in Mark Sanborns internationally-acclaimed book The
Fred Factor to turn ordinary customer service to extraordinary
operations at every level.

To register, contact April Murelio at 918-348-7960 or april.murelio@ictech.edu.

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PUEBLO DYNASTIES: MASTER POTTERS FROM MATRIARCHS TO CONTEMPORARIES

Date: Sunday September 22, 2019 through Sunday January 5, 2020.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Crocker Art Museum
Address: 216 O street
Price: FREE for Crocker members Adults $12 Seniors, college students, and military $8
Category: Arts / Exhibits
American Indians of the Southwest began making functional pottery at least 2,000 years ago. The skills needed to make these vessels passed from generation to generation, a tradition that continues to this day. Geographic variations in clay, along with regional preferences for certain designs and shapes, meant that distinct styles became associated with permanent villages, which the Spanish called pueblos. When the railroad brought visitors to the Southwest in the late 19 th century, potters responded by selling their wares, and an ongoing market became established for pottery made as art. For the first time, many makers began to sign their work, and individual potters became known and their works collected. These artists drew inspiration from their ancestors and built upon their traditions. Featuring more than 200 pieces by premier potters, this exhibition focuses on legendary matriarchs such as Nampeyo, Maria Martinez, and Margaret Tafoya, as well as many of their adventuresome descendants, whose art has become increasingly elaborate, detailed, personal, and political over time.

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OSU Intermediate Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program

Date: Wednesday June 19, 2019 through Thursday January 23, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: OSU-OKC and OSU-Tulsa
Address: OSU-OKC (900 N. Portland Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73107); OSU-Tulsa (100 N. Greenwood Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74106)
Price: $3,200 Registration Fee (Payment can be split: $1,600 paid in 2019 and $1,600 paid by June 2020)
Category: Educational
The OSU Intermediate Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program is an 8 day program (2 consecutive days, 4 times annually) for mid-level tribal financial professionals, elected tribal officials and leaders, and finance/accounting professionals who work closely with tribes (i.e. accountants, lawyers, bankers, etc.) Participants will gain knowledge and experience to help they become a more effective tribal finance/accounting professional and leader.

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Thursday October 24, 2019 13 Events

Boot Camp for Boards - Tulsa

Boot Camp for Boards - Tulsa Date: Thursday October 24, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Legacy Plaza
Address: 5330 East 31st Street Tulsa, OK 74135
Category: Business Networking
This day-long board summit provides nonprofit boards a collaborative atmosphere to gain insight about board development, governance, and fundraising in an intensive setting. Participants will learn insider-tips for board best practices, oversight and management, recruitment, fund raising, and strategic planning. Your organization will receive optimal results with multiple board members in attendance.

Drop Date: Oct 10, 2019

Cost
Member Pricing before Sept 24:
Individual Rate Earlybird - $139
Group Rate Earlybird - $349 for up to 5 people
Group Rate Earlybird: $499 for up to 7 people

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REI - First Steps to Startup Success

First Steps to Startup Success Date: Thursday October 24, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: REI Oklahoma Conference Center
Address: 2912 Enterprise Blvd. Durant, OK 74701
Price: $20
Category: Business Networking
If you are planning to start a business, please join us at a First Steps to Startup Success workshop.

Please come prepared for great Q&A. The session provides overviews of:

Common startup questions
Business Structures, Licenses & Permits
How to register a business in Oklahoma
Financing a business
Preparing a business plan
Basics of marketing and easy ways to market a business
Upon completing the class you will have the opportunity to schedule a one-on-one appointment with a business counselor in our office. We do not charge anything for our one-on-one sessions, the class is $20.

Presenters: Dewey Brandon, Oklahoma Tax Commission; REI Oklahoma Representatives

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Microsoft Excel 1

Date: Thursday October 24, 2019
Time: 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: Indian Capital Technology Center
Address: Stilwell, Oklahoma 74960
Price: 12 Hrs./$150
Category: Educational
Organize, analyze and report data. No experience required. Create
and navigate spreadsheets; enter, move and copy data; format text
and numbers; get started with formulas; create basic charts & more.

Contact April Murelio at 918-348-7960 or april.murelio@ictech.edu to register.

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The Partnership - OKC

The Partnership - OKC Date: Thursday October 24, 2019
Time: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: OKC Metro
Price: $350 per team Center members attend for FREE!
Category: Business Networking
The collaborative leadership model of nonprofit organizations is unique. Executives must work hand-in-hand with a chair of the board to provide the comprehensive leadership a nonprofit requires. Each person in this “partnership” has been chosen for their unique skills and leadership abilities, and working together they can accomplish great things for their organizations.

The “partnership” between the executive and board chair is nuanced, however, and there are many things that can stand in the way of a good partnership forming – from differences in communication style to unnamed, or unmet, expectations.

The Center offers this unique, and limited class only a few times each year to provide executives and board chairs an exclusive opportunity to set the framework for their unique partnership that will provide their nonprofit organization. Whether you are just starting with your “partner”, or are mid-way through, this seminar provides practical guidance for navigating your own unique “partnership.”

Participants can expect an enjoyable workshop with other executives and board chairs who share similar responsibilities and experiences. The class, led by CEO, Marnie Taylor, who has over 35 years of board governance and Executive leadership experience.

Participants can also expect to
• receive practical tools that will ensure that their “partnership” is set up to best serve their organization.
• Understand industry trends of their unique role in “the partnership”
• Strategize solutions for challenges typical to the executive director|board chair relationship
• Identify communication gaps and build more effective channels to achieve success
• Micro-consulting opportunities with peers and instructors

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PUEBLO DYNASTIES: MASTER POTTERS FROM MATRIARCHS TO CONTEMPORARIES

Date: Sunday September 22, 2019 through Sunday January 5, 2020.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Crocker Art Museum
Address: 216 O street
Price: FREE for Crocker members Adults $12 Seniors, college students, and military $8
Category: Arts / Exhibits
American Indians of the Southwest began making functional pottery at least 2,000 years ago. The skills needed to make these vessels passed from generation to generation, a tradition that continues to this day. Geographic variations in clay, along with regional preferences for certain designs and shapes, meant that distinct styles became associated with permanent villages, which the Spanish called pueblos. When the railroad brought visitors to the Southwest in the late 19 th century, potters responded by selling their wares, and an ongoing market became established for pottery made as art. For the first time, many makers began to sign their work, and individual potters became known and their works collected. These artists drew inspiration from their ancestors and built upon their traditions. Featuring more than 200 pieces by premier potters, this exhibition focuses on legendary matriarchs such as Nampeyo, Maria Martinez, and Margaret Tafoya, as well as many of their adventuresome descendants, whose art has become increasingly elaborate, detailed, personal, and political over time.

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Supervisory Academy I

Date: Event occurs every Thursday of every month.
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: Indian Capital Technology Center
Address: Sallisaw, OK
Price: 44 HRS/$440
Category: Business Networking
Employees don't quit their jobs, they quit their managers. Lead and be the manager employees want to work for and engage with.

Topics: True Colors Personality Assessment, ABCs of Supervision,
Communication Strategies, Stress Management, Delegating &
Coaching/Mentoring, Problem Solving & Decision Making, Conflict Resolution, Human Resources for the Non-HR Professional & Building High Performance Teams.

CONTACT TO REGISTER
April.Murelio@ictech.com | 918-348-7945

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OSU Intermediate Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program

Date: Wednesday June 19, 2019 through Thursday January 23, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: OSU-OKC and OSU-Tulsa
Address: OSU-OKC (900 N. Portland Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73107); OSU-Tulsa (100 N. Greenwood Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74106)
Price: $3,200 Registration Fee (Payment can be split: $1,600 paid in 2019 and $1,600 paid by June 2020)
Category: Educational
The OSU Intermediate Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program is an 8 day program (2 consecutive days, 4 times annually) for mid-level tribal financial professionals, elected tribal officials and leaders, and finance/accounting professionals who work closely with tribes (i.e. accountants, lawyers, bankers, etc.) Participants will gain knowledge and experience to help they become a more effective tribal finance/accounting professional and leader.

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Friday October 25, 2019 12 Events

REI - Creating A Strategic Plan

Creating A Strategic Plan Date: Friday October 25, 2019
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Great Plains Business Development Center
Address: 1601 SW Park Ridge Blvd. Lawton, OK 73505
Price: $20
Category: Business Networking
Writing a strategic plan, creating measurable SMART goals and formulating the logistics of a project sounds like tasks required of a Fortune 500 company, not your dream. But in order to make your dream a reality, you must master these skills and learn to control the growth of your business. Learn how to master these skills and through strategic planning take your business to the next level.

Attendees are encouraged to register online at reiwbc.org.

Presenters: Sara Orellana-Paape, 3Raptor Consulting

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The Native Entrepreneur’s Journey Part. 2: A Panel Discussion of Going the Distance

Entrepreneur’s Journey Date: Friday October 25, 2019
Time: 11:30 am
Location: The GRID.Works
Address: 5227 N. 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85014
Category: Business Networking
We Are Back! Join us at the Grid.Works.The Grid.Works co-work space in Uptown Phoenix. We have something for everyone, in every phase of their business. We invite you to join us for this panel discussion from three unique perspectives.

Our Incredible Panel Includes:
• Ty Largo, Owner/Creative Director, AWE Collective
• Wyatt Gilmore, Chief of Creativity, 4 Directions Media
• Kim Kanuho President of Fourth World Design Group LLC
Moderated by Jocelyn Billy-Upshaw, Marketing Manager of Diné Development Corporation

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PUEBLO DYNASTIES: MASTER POTTERS FROM MATRIARCHS TO CONTEMPORARIES

Date: Sunday September 22, 2019 through Sunday January 5, 2020.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Crocker Art Museum
Address: 216 O street
Price: FREE for Crocker members Adults $12 Seniors, college students, and military $8
Category: Arts / Exhibits
American Indians of the Southwest began making functional pottery at least 2,000 years ago. The skills needed to make these vessels passed from generation to generation, a tradition that continues to this day. Geographic variations in clay, along with regional preferences for certain designs and shapes, meant that distinct styles became associated with permanent villages, which the Spanish called pueblos. When the railroad brought visitors to the Southwest in the late 19 th century, potters responded by selling their wares, and an ongoing market became established for pottery made as art. For the first time, many makers began to sign their work, and individual potters became known and their works collected. These artists drew inspiration from their ancestors and built upon their traditions. Featuring more than 200 pieces by premier potters, this exhibition focuses on legendary matriarchs such as Nampeyo, Maria Martinez, and Margaret Tafoya, as well as many of their adventuresome descendants, whose art has become increasingly elaborate, detailed, personal, and political over time.

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Miwok Language Class

Miwok Language Class Date: Event occurs the last Friday of every month.
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Sacramento County Office
Address: 2033 Howe Ave. Suite 100 Sacramento, CA 95825
Category: Cultural
Miwok spoke versions of the Pentuian language, which was spoken by a number of tribes in California. Join us for these classes so we can preserve what is left of our lost languages for the future.

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OSU Intermediate Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program

Date: Wednesday June 19, 2019 through Thursday January 23, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: OSU-OKC and OSU-Tulsa
Address: OSU-OKC (900 N. Portland Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73107); OSU-Tulsa (100 N. Greenwood Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74106)
Price: $3,200 Registration Fee (Payment can be split: $1,600 paid in 2019 and $1,600 paid by June 2020)
Category: Educational
The OSU Intermediate Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program is an 8 day program (2 consecutive days, 4 times annually) for mid-level tribal financial professionals, elected tribal officials and leaders, and finance/accounting professionals who work closely with tribes (i.e. accountants, lawyers, bankers, etc.) Participants will gain knowledge and experience to help they become a more effective tribal finance/accounting professional and leader.

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Roy Track Memorial Mesa Pow Wow

Roy Track Memorial Pow Wow Date: Friday October 25, 2019 through Sunday October 27, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Riverview Park
Address: 2100 West Rio Salado Pkwy Mesa, AZ 85201
Price: Free
Category: Pow Wows
The 36th Annual Roy Track Memorial Mesa Pow Wow on October 25-27, 2019 will be at Riverview Park in Mesa, Arizona. This Pow Wow is dedicated to the memory of the late Roy Track, organizer and emcee of the event since its inception in 1984. The Roy Track Memorial Mesa Pow Wow is an inter-tribal Native American gathering that is open to all. Although there are dance competitions in a number of categories on Saturday and Sunday for men, women, and children, the focus is on intertribal dancing and the social nature of the event.

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13th Annual Odessa Fall Powwow

Odessa Fall Powwow Date: Friday October 25, 2019 through Sunday October 27, 2019.
Location: Gunn Hwy Flea Market
Address: 2317 Gunn Hwy, Odessa, FL
Category: Pow Wows
Friday – Kids Day w/ free hot dogs until 4 pm, Auctions, storytelling, drumming, dancing, vendors, good food, trade blanket, all drums welcome, 50/50, raffles and door prizes.

Vendors Needed!! Call Robert at 727-277-4770

Admission is $3 to the Public (Veterans and children under 12 are FREE)

We are looking to elect a new teen Ambassador

Trick or Treat Special Friday and Saturday

Bring your own chairs and/or blankets

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Saturday October 26, 2019 18 Events

2019 UC Berkeley Powwow

2019 UC Berkeley Powwow Date: Saturday October 26, 2019
Time: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Location: Lower Sproul
Address: 2465 Bancroft Way UC Berkeley, CA 94704
Category: Pow Wows
Join us for our 40th Annual UC Berkeley Powwow on October 19, 2019 at the UC Berkeley Lower Sproul in Berkeley, California. the University of California, Berkeley is hosting the Pow Wow which is organized by the Indigenous & Native Coalition, a student run organization. The annual UC Berkeley Powwow includes various forms of traditional and competition dancing, a scavenger hunt for children and popular Native foods. The usual April date has been rescheduled due to issues with the venue.

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Delaware Powwow Fundraiser

Delaware Powwow Fundraiser Delaware Tribe of Indians
Date: Saturday October 26, 2019
Time: 3:00 pm
Location: Delaware Tribe of Indians
Address: 5100 Tuxedo Blvd, Bartlesville, OK, 74006
Category: Pow Wows
Join us for this benefit to help raise lots of money for the Delaware Powwow Committee! Details on the flyer.

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Indian Capitol of the Nation Dance Competition

Nation Dance Competition Date: Saturday October 26, 2019
Time: 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Address: Anadarko, Oklahoma
Category: Pow Wows
Native American Dance Competition:

Saturday October 26, 2019

No Registration Fee

Registration begins at 4:00 pm

Competition begins at 6:00 pm.

Dance Categories:

Buckskin & Cloth

Fancy War Dance

Winner takes All $1000 Prize

Registration downtown Anadarko - in front of courthouse

Please call Julie Fair at (405) 247-7351 with any questions

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AIS Halloween Celebration

AIS Halloween Celebration Date: Saturday October 26, 2019
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Church of St. Clements
Address: 1700 N Quaker Lane Alexandria, VA 22302
Price: $1 Adult $0.50 Children
Category: Kids / Family
Are you looking for a family-friendly Halloween event? Bring your little ghouls to our Halloween Celebration. There will be a cake walk, games, and a potluck dinner.

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2019 ENAEP Veterans Powwow

2019 ENAEP Veterans Powwow Date: Saturday October 26, 2019
Location: Juanita High School
Address: 10601 NE 132nd St Kirkland , WA 98034
Category: Pow Wows
2019 ENAEP Veterans Powwow Rate This Event All are welcome at the 13th Annual ENAEP Veterans Powwow on October 26, 2019 at the Juanita High School in Kirkland, Washington.

Each October, students from the Eastside Native American Education Program (ENAEP) host their annual ENAEP Veterans Powwow as an expression of cultural pride that places so much importance on its veterans.

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Cancer Awareness Pow Wow & Health Fair

Cancer Awareness Pow Wow Date: Saturday October 26, 2019
Location: WATONGA COMMUNITY BUILDING
Address: 1407 S Clarence Nash Blvd, Watonga, OK
Category: Pow Wows
A Celebration of Life!!

SAVE THE DATE OF October 26, 2019

Watonga Community Hall – Watonga, OK

For more information, contact the Health Education Program at 405-422-7598 or 405-422-7676

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Oklahoma University Fall Benefit Pow Wow

OU Fall Benefit Pow Wow Date: Saturday October 26, 2019
Location: Thunderbird Casino Grounds
Address: 15700 OK Hwy 9, Norman, OK
Category: Pow Wows
The American Indian Student Association in the fall semester hosts the Fall Benefit Powwow. The Fall Benefit purpose is to raise funds for the April American Heritage Month which included annual spring contest powwow and Miss Indian OU pageant.

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PUEBLO DYNASTIES: MASTER POTTERS FROM MATRIARCHS TO CONTEMPORARIES

Date: Sunday September 22, 2019 through Sunday January 5, 2020.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Crocker Art Museum
Address: 216 O street
Price: FREE for Crocker members Adults $12 Seniors, college students, and military $8
Category: Arts / Exhibits
American Indians of the Southwest began making functional pottery at least 2,000 years ago. The skills needed to make these vessels passed from generation to generation, a tradition that continues to this day. Geographic variations in clay, along with regional preferences for certain designs and shapes, meant that distinct styles became associated with permanent villages, which the Spanish called pueblos. When the railroad brought visitors to the Southwest in the late 19 th century, potters responded by selling their wares, and an ongoing market became established for pottery made as art. For the first time, many makers began to sign their work, and individual potters became known and their works collected. These artists drew inspiration from their ancestors and built upon their traditions. Featuring more than 200 pieces by premier potters, this exhibition focuses on legendary matriarchs such as Nampeyo, Maria Martinez, and Margaret Tafoya, as well as many of their adventuresome descendants, whose art has become increasingly elaborate, detailed, personal, and political over time.

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OSU Intermediate Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program

Date: Wednesday June 19, 2019 through Thursday January 23, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: OSU-OKC and OSU-Tulsa
Address: OSU-OKC (900 N. Portland Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73107); OSU-Tulsa (100 N. Greenwood Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74106)
Price: $3,200 Registration Fee (Payment can be split: $1,600 paid in 2019 and $1,600 paid by June 2020)
Category: Educational
The OSU Intermediate Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program is an 8 day program (2 consecutive days, 4 times annually) for mid-level tribal financial professionals, elected tribal officials and leaders, and finance/accounting professionals who work closely with tribes (i.e. accountants, lawyers, bankers, etc.) Participants will gain knowledge and experience to help they become a more effective tribal finance/accounting professional and leader.

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Roy Track Memorial Mesa Pow Wow

Roy Track Memorial Pow Wow Date: Friday October 25, 2019 through Sunday October 27, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Riverview Park
Address: 2100 West Rio Salado Pkwy Mesa, AZ 85201
Price: Free
Category: Pow Wows
The 36th Annual Roy Track Memorial Mesa Pow Wow on October 25-27, 2019 will be at Riverview Park in Mesa, Arizona. This Pow Wow is dedicated to the memory of the late Roy Track, organizer and emcee of the event since its inception in 1984. The Roy Track Memorial Mesa Pow Wow is an inter-tribal Native American gathering that is open to all. Although there are dance competitions in a number of categories on Saturday and Sunday for men, women, and children, the focus is on intertribal dancing and the social nature of the event.

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13th Annual Odessa Fall Powwow

Odessa Fall Powwow Date: Friday October 25, 2019 through Sunday October 27, 2019.
Location: Gunn Hwy Flea Market
Address: 2317 Gunn Hwy, Odessa, FL
Category: Pow Wows
Friday – Kids Day w/ free hot dogs until 4 pm, Auctions, storytelling, drumming, dancing, vendors, good food, trade blanket, all drums welcome, 50/50, raffles and door prizes.

Vendors Needed!! Call Robert at 727-277-4770

Admission is $3 to the Public (Veterans and children under 12 are FREE)

We are looking to elect a new teen Ambassador

Trick or Treat Special Friday and Saturday

Bring your own chairs and/or blankets

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2019 Red Clay Pow Wow

2019 Red Clay Pow Wow Date: Saturday October 26, 2019 through Sunday October 27, 2019.
Location: Red Clay State Historic Park
Address: 1140 Red Clay Park Road SW Cleveland, TN 37311
Category: Pow Wows
Join us for the Annual Red Clay Pow Wow on October 26-27, 2019 at the Red Clay State Historic Park in Cleveland, Tennessee. The Friends of Red Clay and Native American Services of Tennessee, co-hosts of the Red Clay Pow Wow, invite you and your family to spend the weekend with us. See Native American Dancers, visit craft booths and demonstrations (including basketry, bow and arrow crafts, pottery, paintings, and other handmade items being made right before your eyes.), share stories, enjoy the primitive encampments and living history sites and listen to wonderful entertainers.

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Southern Virginia American Indian Festival

American Indian Festival Date: Saturday October 26, 2019 through Monday October 28, 2019.
Location: South Central Fairground
Address: 10 Fairground Road Chase City, VA 23924
Category: Pow Wows
All are welcome to the 5th Annual Southern Virginia American Indian Festival and Pow Wow on October 26, 2019 at the South Central Fairground in Chase City, Virginia. We welcome you to join this celebration of Native American heritage. We are humbled to host this gathering of First Americans here, in Chase City, Virginia. Come spend the day and enjoy this unique experience. This is a young and growing PowWow and we have heard from tribal members from Florida to Ohio so it should be a wonderful First Americans’ Gathering and we hope you will be able to join us.

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Sunday October 27, 2019 11 Events

PUEBLO DYNASTIES: MASTER POTTERS FROM MATRIARCHS TO CONTEMPORARIES

Date: Sunday September 22, 2019 through Sunday January 5, 2020.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Crocker Art Museum
Address: 216 O street
Price: FREE for Crocker members Adults $12 Seniors, college students, and military $8
Category: Arts / Exhibits
American Indians of the Southwest began making functional pottery at least 2,000 years ago. The skills needed to make these vessels passed from generation to generation, a tradition that continues to this day. Geographic variations in clay, along with regional preferences for certain designs and shapes, meant that distinct styles became associated with permanent villages, which the Spanish called pueblos. When the railroad brought visitors to the Southwest in the late 19 th century, potters responded by selling their wares, and an ongoing market became established for pottery made as art. For the first time, many makers began to sign their work, and individual potters became known and their works collected. These artists drew inspiration from their ancestors and built upon their traditions. Featuring more than 200 pieces by premier potters, this exhibition focuses on legendary matriarchs such as Nampeyo, Maria Martinez, and Margaret Tafoya, as well as many of their adventuresome descendants, whose art has become increasingly elaborate, detailed, personal, and political over time.

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OSU Intermediate Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program

Date: Wednesday June 19, 2019 through Thursday January 23, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: OSU-OKC and OSU-Tulsa
Address: OSU-OKC (900 N. Portland Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73107); OSU-Tulsa (100 N. Greenwood Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74106)
Price: $3,200 Registration Fee (Payment can be split: $1,600 paid in 2019 and $1,600 paid by June 2020)
Category: Educational
The OSU Intermediate Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program is an 8 day program (2 consecutive days, 4 times annually) for mid-level tribal financial professionals, elected tribal officials and leaders, and finance/accounting professionals who work closely with tribes (i.e. accountants, lawyers, bankers, etc.) Participants will gain knowledge and experience to help they become a more effective tribal finance/accounting professional and leader.

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Roy Track Memorial Mesa Pow Wow

Roy Track Memorial Pow Wow Date: Friday October 25, 2019 through Sunday October 27, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Riverview Park
Address: 2100 West Rio Salado Pkwy Mesa, AZ 85201
Price: Free
Category: Pow Wows
The 36th Annual Roy Track Memorial Mesa Pow Wow on October 25-27, 2019 will be at Riverview Park in Mesa, Arizona. This Pow Wow is dedicated to the memory of the late Roy Track, organizer and emcee of the event since its inception in 1984. The Roy Track Memorial Mesa Pow Wow is an inter-tribal Native American gathering that is open to all. Although there are dance competitions in a number of categories on Saturday and Sunday for men, women, and children, the focus is on intertribal dancing and the social nature of the event.

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13th Annual Odessa Fall Powwow

Odessa Fall Powwow Date: Friday October 25, 2019 through Sunday October 27, 2019.
Location: Gunn Hwy Flea Market
Address: 2317 Gunn Hwy, Odessa, FL
Category: Pow Wows
Friday – Kids Day w/ free hot dogs until 4 pm, Auctions, storytelling, drumming, dancing, vendors, good food, trade blanket, all drums welcome, 50/50, raffles and door prizes.

Vendors Needed!! Call Robert at 727-277-4770

Admission is $3 to the Public (Veterans and children under 12 are FREE)

We are looking to elect a new teen Ambassador

Trick or Treat Special Friday and Saturday

Bring your own chairs and/or blankets

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2019 Red Clay Pow Wow

2019 Red Clay Pow Wow Date: Saturday October 26, 2019 through Sunday October 27, 2019.
Location: Red Clay State Historic Park
Address: 1140 Red Clay Park Road SW Cleveland, TN 37311
Category: Pow Wows
Join us for the Annual Red Clay Pow Wow on October 26-27, 2019 at the Red Clay State Historic Park in Cleveland, Tennessee. The Friends of Red Clay and Native American Services of Tennessee, co-hosts of the Red Clay Pow Wow, invite you and your family to spend the weekend with us. See Native American Dancers, visit craft booths and demonstrations (including basketry, bow and arrow crafts, pottery, paintings, and other handmade items being made right before your eyes.), share stories, enjoy the primitive encampments and living history sites and listen to wonderful entertainers.

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Southern Virginia American Indian Festival

American Indian Festival Date: Saturday October 26, 2019 through Monday October 28, 2019.
Location: South Central Fairground
Address: 10 Fairground Road Chase City, VA 23924
Category: Pow Wows
All are welcome to the 5th Annual Southern Virginia American Indian Festival and Pow Wow on October 26, 2019 at the South Central Fairground in Chase City, Virginia. We welcome you to join this celebration of Native American heritage. We are humbled to host this gathering of First Americans here, in Chase City, Virginia. Come spend the day and enjoy this unique experience. This is a young and growing PowWow and we have heard from tribal members from Florida to Ohio so it should be a wonderful First Americans’ Gathering and we hope you will be able to join us.

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