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Tuesday December 10, 2019 to Saturday December 14, 2019

Tuesday December 10, 2019 13 Events

REI - #WBC Connects Wagoner

Date: Tuesday December 10, 2019
Time: 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Location: Wagoner Chamber of Commerce
Address: 301 S. Grant Wagoner, OK
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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REI - Business Basics - Operations Management

Operations Management Date: Tuesday December 10, 2019
Time: 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Moore Norman Technology Center - South Penn Campus, Room 110
Address: 13301 S Pennsylvania Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73170
Price: $20
Category: Business Networking
Do you have short term and long term goals for your business? Do you know what would happen to your business if something happened to you? Have you documented your key business processes?

Join us for this workshop which will take a deeper look into the different areas of operations you need to consider when starting and growing your business. In this workshop, we will take a look at how to structure your business to meet your business needs, how to set short term and long term goals and strategies, as well as examine different areas of risk within your business. Both new and existing small business owners will benefit from this workshop.

Speakers from Francis Tuttle, Moore Norman Tech, MidDel Tech, SCORE, OKSBDC and REI Women’s Business Center.

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Parties With A Purpose - OKC

Date: Tuesday December 10, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits
Address: 720 West Wilshire, Suite 114 Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Price: $300
Category: Business Networking
Party planning seems to be a lot of fun until you change the word to "Fundraising Event Planning" or "Patron Appreciation Gala" or something even more fancy. There is a ton of work that goes into planning special events to raise money and people.

Parties with a Purpose is a day-long deep dive into planning an event that will get more from your steering committee and chair, raise more money through sponsorships and event-related sales/donations, finding more purpose in your events and understanding donor behaviors during these events. We'll also discuss different types of events, from stewardship or cultivation parties to galas, sports events, award events, performances and more. Put some purpose back into your parties and raise more money in the process.

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Microsoft Excel 2

Date: Tuesday December 10, 2019
Time: 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: Indian Capital Technology Center
Address: 240 Vo-Tech Dr, Tahlequah, Oklahoma 74464
Price: 12 Hrs./$150
Category: Educational
Discover a more in-depth knowledge of Excels ribbon, menus and
functions. Save time and streamline data queries, data analysis
and searches. Use PivotTable reports and PivotCharts to filter and
summarize your data/worksheets & more. Bring actual files and data
from work and complete real-world tasks in a structured training
environment. Prerequisite: Excel for Beginners and/or experienced
with the basics of Excel.

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

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Credit When Credit is Due Class

Date: Tuesday December 10, 2019
Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Thunder Valley CDC
Address: 290 Empowerment Drive, Porcupine, South Dakota 57772
Category: Meetings
Improve your credit score JUST by completing this course!
Class is free & lunch is provided!

This free national award winning credit education program provides specific benefits for graduates of the program. Consumers that take this program know the steps they need to take to improve their credit, which results in a savings of thousands of dollars in interest.

Call TODAY to secure your spot!

TOPICS:
~How To Budget
~Deciding if your should borrow or not?
~Getting the deal you want
~How to obtain credit and make it work for you
~Auto Loans & Leases

Take hold of your financial future!

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Supervisory Academy II

Date: Event occurs every Tuesday of every month.
Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: ICTC - Tahlequah Campus
Address: 240 Career Tech Way, Tahlequah, OK
Price: $530, materials & graduation lunch included
Category: Educational
Employees don't 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 I

Supervisory Academy I Date: Event occurs every Tuesday of every month.
Time: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Indian Capital Technology Center
Address: Muskogee, 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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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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Certificate in Gaming Leadership

Date: Monday December 9, 2019 through Thursday December 12, 2019.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa
Address: 777 W Cherokee Street Catoosa, OK 74015
Price: $2,995
Category: Educational
You will develop skills in gaming management in the track you select or mix and match sessions. In addition, leadership sessions will focus on power of influence and agile decision making. An assessment will also be included in the program which helps you understand your leadership style strengths and expands your knowledge in managing and leading people. A session on fraud is also a highlight of the program. Faculty from University of Nevada, Reno, Linfield College, Portland, OR, and OSU Spears School of Business will provide you with a unique and elite educational experience in leadership and gaming management. A Certificate in Gaming Leadership will be awarded following completion of the 29 hours of instruction offered in this program. These sessions can also be counted toward the Certificate in Gaming Management offered by the University of Nevada, Reno.

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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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24th Annual Spirit of the Buffalo Powwow

Spirit of the Buffalo Powwow Date: Friday December 6, 2019 through Sunday December 15, 2019.
Location: International Market World
Address: 1052 US Hwy 92 West, Auburndale, FL
Category: Pow Wows
Fun for Everyone
Welcome to the 24th Annual SPIRIT OF THE BUFFALO POW-WOW. The Spirit of Buffalo Pow-Wow is the largest Native American Pow-Wow in Florida with live alligators and Buffalo. Fun for all ages, showcasing Native American villages, artifacts, crafts, and live demonstrations with over 20 tribes from all over the nation. School Programs, campsites, and RV parking available.
Vendors Needed & Drums Welcomed! For Vendor information or registration, call 863-666-5726 or go to www.intlmarketworld.com.

• Intertribal Dance Competitions
• Luck of the Draw Dance Competition & Prize Money
• Indian Village with Historic Artifacts
• Horseback / Archery Demonstrations
• Workshops, Artisans & Crafters
• Native American Crafts
• Bead & Leather Work
• Native American Food & Music
• Luck Of The Wheel
• Comanche Kid
• Tomahawk Throwing
• Bow & Arrow Tutorials
• Flint Knapping, Stone Age Fire Making, and too much more to list.

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Wednesday December 11, 2019 12 Events

AICCO - OKC Chapter Holiday Charity Breakfast

Holiday Charity Breakfast Date: Wednesday December 11, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Location: Grill on the Hill
Address: 324 SW 25th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73109
Category: Business Networking
Breakfast. OKC Chapter will be collecting unwrapped toys to donate to a local charity for Christmas with a speaker from that charity. $10 admission with an unwrapped toy or $20 without. Pay for $20 ticket here or RSVP for $10 with toy Note different location and different time. Elections will be held after breakfast.

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Nonprofit Management Certification--Fundamentals Tulsa Fall 2019

Date: Wednesday December 11, 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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Unemployment Insurance 101

Unemployment Insurance 101 Date: Wednesday December 11, 2019
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Price: Free - Members / $35 - Non-member
Category: Business Networking
Creating a solid unemployment insurance strategy that includes claims administration and insured risk management solutions are essential to keeping 501c3 nonprofit organizations and tribal entities safe from needless unemployment costs.

In this webinar you will learn:

*Helpful tips and information on winning your unemployment claims
*How to reduce unemployment costs by 31% in 2020
*The benefits of being in an unemployment program vs. paying state unemployment insurance (SUI) taxes
*Tools for evaluating SUI costs and choosing the safest, costs effective unemployment financing method available to your organization.

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Microsoft Excel 2

Date: Wednesday December 11, 2019
Time: 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: Indian Capital Technology Center
Address: Stilwell, Oklahoma 74960
Price: 12 Hrs./$150
Category: Educational
Discover a more in-depth knowledge of Excels ribbon, menus and
functions. Save time and streamline data queries, data analysis
and searches. Use PivotTable reports and PivotCharts to filter and
summarize your data/worksheets & more. Bring actual files and data
from work and complete real-world tasks in a structured training
environment. Prerequisite: Excel for Beginners and/or experienced
with the basics of Excel.

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

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Credit When Credit is Due Class

Date: Wednesday December 11, 2019
Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Thunder Valley CDC
Address: 290 Empowerment Drive, Porcupine, South Dakota 57772
Category: Meetings
Improve your credit score JUST by completing this course!
Class is free & lunch is provided!

This free national award winning credit education program provides specific benefits for graduates of the program. Consumers that take this program know the steps they need to take to improve their credit, which results in a savings of thousands of dollars in interest.

Call TODAY to secure your spot!

TOPICS:
~How To Budget
~Deciding if your should borrow or not?
~Getting the deal you want
~How to obtain credit and make it work for you
~Auto Loans & Leases

Take hold of your financial future!

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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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Certificate in Gaming Leadership

Date: Monday December 9, 2019 through Thursday December 12, 2019.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa
Address: 777 W Cherokee Street Catoosa, OK 74015
Price: $2,995
Category: Educational
You will develop skills in gaming management in the track you select or mix and match sessions. In addition, leadership sessions will focus on power of influence and agile decision making. An assessment will also be included in the program which helps you understand your leadership style strengths and expands your knowledge in managing and leading people. A session on fraud is also a highlight of the program. Faculty from University of Nevada, Reno, Linfield College, Portland, OR, and OSU Spears School of Business will provide you with a unique and elite educational experience in leadership and gaming management. A Certificate in Gaming Leadership will be awarded following completion of the 29 hours of instruction offered in this program. These sessions can also be counted toward the Certificate in Gaming Management offered by the University of Nevada, Reno.

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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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24th Annual Spirit of the Buffalo Powwow

Spirit of the Buffalo Powwow Date: Friday December 6, 2019 through Sunday December 15, 2019.
Location: International Market World
Address: 1052 US Hwy 92 West, Auburndale, FL
Category: Pow Wows
Fun for Everyone
Welcome to the 24th Annual SPIRIT OF THE BUFFALO POW-WOW. The Spirit of Buffalo Pow-Wow is the largest Native American Pow-Wow in Florida with live alligators and Buffalo. Fun for all ages, showcasing Native American villages, artifacts, crafts, and live demonstrations with over 20 tribes from all over the nation. School Programs, campsites, and RV parking available.
Vendors Needed & Drums Welcomed! For Vendor information or registration, call 863-666-5726 or go to www.intlmarketworld.com.

• Intertribal Dance Competitions
• Luck of the Draw Dance Competition & Prize Money
• Indian Village with Historic Artifacts
• Horseback / Archery Demonstrations
• Workshops, Artisans & Crafters
• Native American Crafts
• Bead & Leather Work
• Native American Food & Music
• Luck Of The Wheel
• Comanche Kid
• Tomahawk Throwing
• Bow & Arrow Tutorials
• Flint Knapping, Stone Age Fire Making, and too much more to list.

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Thursday December 12, 2019 12 Events

REI - Small Business Breakfast Club

Date: Thursday December 12, 2019
Time: 8:15 am - 9:15 am
Location: REI Oklahoma Conference Center
Address: 2912 Enterprise Blvd. Durant, OK 74701
Price: Free
Category: Business Networking
The Small Business Breakfast Club is a monthly networking and business-building event for business owners, professionals and small business resource partners.

Each month we will highlight a business owner or local expert who can share their knowledge and experience, covering different topics monthly, with plenty of time for Q&A

The Breakfast Club meets the second Thursday morning of every month. Breakfast sponsorships are available to highlight your business. Bring your business cards and join us! Registration is encouraged.

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Coffee Connection - Tulsa

Date: Thursday December 12, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Location: Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits @Legacy Plaza Collaboration Café
Address: 5330 East 31st Street Tulsa, OK 74135
Price: Free
Category: Business Networking
Start your day with some coffee and colleagues! Come join us for our monthly Coffee Connection & network with fellow nonprofit partners. This engaging morning is all about making connections in the nonprofit world and sharing information about how your organization serves the community. OKCNP staff will also give an update on what is happening at The Center and answer questions regarding membership & other resources you have access to as a member. That day we will have Whitney Randall, Director of Non-Profit Banking with Regent Bank there to talk about her connection with the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits. Regent Bank is a Business Associate Member with OKCNP and offers services to our members.

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Understanding Pay for Success

Pay for Success Date: Thursday December 12, 2019
Time: 9:00 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
Oklahoma’s Pay for Success Innovation Fund was created in the 2018-2019 legislative session, receiving overwhelming bi-partisan support. Pay for Success provides private funding upfront to service providers for implementing evidence-based or promising programs. If the program is successful, government pays the investors.


Oklahoma foundations and state agencies are partnering to provide upfront funding to nonprofits that improve outcomes for our state. Using a Pay for Success approach, nonprofits receive private dollars to implement or expand a program or service that saves taxpayer dollars in the future. A few examples might include efforts to reduce homelessness; increase employment or wages; reduce rates of incarceration; improve educational outcomes; or, improve health outcomes.

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Microsoft Excel 2

Date: Thursday December 12, 2019
Time: 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: Indian Capital Technology Center
Address: 240 Vo-Tech Dr, Tahlequah, Oklahoma 74464
Price: 12 Hrs./$150
Category: Educational
Discover a more in-depth knowledge of Excels ribbon, menus and
functions. Save time and streamline data queries, data analysis
and searches. Use PivotTable reports and PivotCharts to filter and
summarize your data/worksheets & more. Bring actual files and data
from work and complete real-world tasks in a structured training
environment. Prerequisite: Excel for Beginners and/or experienced
with the basics of Excel.

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

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Bridges Out of Poverty Community Workshop

Bridges Out of Poverty Date: Thursday December 12, 2019
Time: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Location: Indian Capital Technology Center
Address: 2403 N 41st St E, Muskogee, Oklahoma 74403
Category: Other
In this Bridges Workshop, sponsored by Bank of Oklahoma, we will explain how a local program, funded by the City of Muskogee Foundation, is accomplishing the impossible - reducing generational poverty - and how Muskogee has become a national model for success.

This session contains case studies, videos, simple exercises, funny stories, testimonials, and real solutions. It will help you and your business/organization discover why "middle class" solutions to poverty do not produce the results we are looking for and what works!

This free workshop will change the way you view poverty forever and show you ways to help that cost you nothing.

Limited seating available so please RSVP by calling Treasure McKenzie 918-840-5331 or email treasure@muskogeebridges.org

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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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Certificate in Gaming Leadership

Date: Monday December 9, 2019 through Thursday December 12, 2019.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa
Address: 777 W Cherokee Street Catoosa, OK 74015
Price: $2,995
Category: Educational
You will develop skills in gaming management in the track you select or mix and match sessions. In addition, leadership sessions will focus on power of influence and agile decision making. An assessment will also be included in the program which helps you understand your leadership style strengths and expands your knowledge in managing and leading people. A session on fraud is also a highlight of the program. Faculty from University of Nevada, Reno, Linfield College, Portland, OR, and OSU Spears School of Business will provide you with a unique and elite educational experience in leadership and gaming management. A Certificate in Gaming Leadership will be awarded following completion of the 29 hours of instruction offered in this program. These sessions can also be counted toward the Certificate in Gaming Management offered by the University of Nevada, Reno.

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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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24th Annual Spirit of the Buffalo Powwow

Spirit of the Buffalo Powwow Date: Friday December 6, 2019 through Sunday December 15, 2019.
Location: International Market World
Address: 1052 US Hwy 92 West, Auburndale, FL
Category: Pow Wows
Fun for Everyone
Welcome to the 24th Annual SPIRIT OF THE BUFFALO POW-WOW. The Spirit of Buffalo Pow-Wow is the largest Native American Pow-Wow in Florida with live alligators and Buffalo. Fun for all ages, showcasing Native American villages, artifacts, crafts, and live demonstrations with over 20 tribes from all over the nation. School Programs, campsites, and RV parking available.
Vendors Needed & Drums Welcomed! For Vendor information or registration, call 863-666-5726 or go to www.intlmarketworld.com.

• Intertribal Dance Competitions
• Luck of the Draw Dance Competition & Prize Money
• Indian Village with Historic Artifacts
• Horseback / Archery Demonstrations
• Workshops, Artisans & Crafters
• Native American Crafts
• Bead & Leather Work
• Native American Food & Music
• Luck Of The Wheel
• Comanche Kid
• Tomahawk Throwing
• Bow & Arrow Tutorials
• Flint Knapping, Stone Age Fire Making, and too much more to list.

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Friday December 13, 2019 10 Events

Turner & Eastman Duo

Turner & Eastman Duo River Bend Casino & Hotel
Date: Friday December 13, 2019
Time: 8:00 pm
Location: River Bend Casino & Hotel
Address: 100 Jackpot Place , Wyandotte , OK, 74370
Category: Concert / Live Music
**FREE SHOW inside Club 60 West**
Space is limited. Must be 18 years of age or older.

The Turner & Eastman show is back! It’s been over six years since Turner & Eastman have been on stage together with one of the longest running and successful shows in the area. Come out and enjoy their unprecedented variety of pop, rock, blues, and country music cover hits with the full, rich sound that’s uniquely T&E!

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The Brandon Butler Band

The Brandon Butler Band Grand Lake Casino
Date: Friday December 13, 2019
Time: 9:00 pm
Location: Grand Lake Casino
Address: 24701 South 655 Road, Grove, OK, 74344
Category: Concert / Live Music
Save the Date! The Brandon Butler Band will be live Venue 655 at Grand Lake Casino Friday, December 13th

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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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24th Annual Spirit of the Buffalo Powwow

Spirit of the Buffalo Powwow Date: Friday December 6, 2019 through Sunday December 15, 2019.
Location: International Market World
Address: 1052 US Hwy 92 West, Auburndale, FL
Category: Pow Wows
Fun for Everyone
Welcome to the 24th Annual SPIRIT OF THE BUFFALO POW-WOW. The Spirit of Buffalo Pow-Wow is the largest Native American Pow-Wow in Florida with live alligators and Buffalo. Fun for all ages, showcasing Native American villages, artifacts, crafts, and live demonstrations with over 20 tribes from all over the nation. School Programs, campsites, and RV parking available.
Vendors Needed & Drums Welcomed! For Vendor information or registration, call 863-666-5726 or go to www.intlmarketworld.com.

• Intertribal Dance Competitions
• Luck of the Draw Dance Competition & Prize Money
• Indian Village with Historic Artifacts
• Horseback / Archery Demonstrations
• Workshops, Artisans & Crafters
• Native American Crafts
• Bead & Leather Work
• Native American Food & Music
• Luck Of The Wheel
• Comanche Kid
• Tomahawk Throwing
• Bow & Arrow Tutorials
• Flint Knapping, Stone Age Fire Making, and too much more to list.

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San Manuel Pow Wow

San Manuel Pow Wow Date: Friday December 13, 2019 through Sunday December 15, 2019.
Location: San Manuel Stadium ( 66’ers Stadium)
Address: 280 South E Street , San Bernardino, CA
Category: Pow Wows
The best Native American dancers, drum groups and artisans from across North America will gather at San Manuel Stadium in downtown San Bernardino the weekend of December 13 to celebrate their culture and spiritual roots at the 24th Annual San Manuel Pow Wow. Dancers and drummers will compete for over $250,000 in prizes in a unique showcase of Native American culture.

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Saturday December 14, 2019 13 Events

General Election Day!

General Election Day! Muscogee (Creek) Nation
Date: Saturday December 14, 2019
Location: Muscogee (Creek) Nation
Address: Hwy 75 & Loop 56, P.O. Box 580, Okmulgee, OK, 74447
Category: Other
General Election Day: December 14th

All voting times between the hours of 7:00am to 7:00pm CST

Election Offices are currently working on the absentee ballot mail-out date.

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Frybread Fruit Pie Fundraising Dance

Frybread Fruit Pie Date: Saturday December 14, 2019
Location: First Unitarian Universalist Church of Springfield
Address: 2434 Battlefield Rd., Springfield, MO
Category: Pow Wows
5-6:00 pm Supper Provided (bring side dishes -no desserts please)
6-9:30 pm Intertribal Dance
7:00 pm Tiny tot exhibition and Special appearance by Santa

FREE Admission. Donations of packaged cakes and cookies for cakewalk raffle gratefully accepted.
Golden Age Contest and Tiny Tot Exhibition/Santa are Sponsored by Head Man and Head Lady Dancer.
First Unitarian Universalist Church of Springfield 2434 Battlefield Rd, Springfield, MO 65804
Vendors Welcome For more information contact: 417-509-5209

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2019 Pokagon Wawyéwgawen

Pokagon Wawyéwgawen Date: Saturday December 14, 2019
Location: Pokagon Health Services building
Address: 58620 Sink Rd, Dowagiac, MI 49047-9329
Category: Pow Wows
This year the event will be held in our brand new Tribal Gymnasium that is attached to our Pokagon Health Services building.

Date: Saturday, December 14 2019

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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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24th Annual Spirit of the Buffalo Powwow

Spirit of the Buffalo Powwow Date: Friday December 6, 2019 through Sunday December 15, 2019.
Location: International Market World
Address: 1052 US Hwy 92 West, Auburndale, FL
Category: Pow Wows
Fun for Everyone
Welcome to the 24th Annual SPIRIT OF THE BUFFALO POW-WOW. The Spirit of Buffalo Pow-Wow is the largest Native American Pow-Wow in Florida with live alligators and Buffalo. Fun for all ages, showcasing Native American villages, artifacts, crafts, and live demonstrations with over 20 tribes from all over the nation. School Programs, campsites, and RV parking available.
Vendors Needed & Drums Welcomed! For Vendor information or registration, call 863-666-5726 or go to www.intlmarketworld.com.

• Intertribal Dance Competitions
• Luck of the Draw Dance Competition & Prize Money
• Indian Village with Historic Artifacts
• Horseback / Archery Demonstrations
• Workshops, Artisans & Crafters
• Native American Crafts
• Bead & Leather Work
• Native American Food & Music
• Luck Of The Wheel
• Comanche Kid
• Tomahawk Throwing
• Bow & Arrow Tutorials
• Flint Knapping, Stone Age Fire Making, and too much more to list.

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Southeastern Native American Festival Winter Solstice Celebration

Winter Solstice Celebration Date: Saturday December 14, 2019 through Sunday December 15, 2019.
Location: Mission San Luis
Address: 2100 West Tennessee Street Tallahassee, FL 32304-3119
Category: Pow Wows
Join us for the annual Southeastern Native American Festival Winter Solstice Celebration on December 14-15, 2019 at the Mission San Luis in Tallahassee, Florida. On Saturday (10 am-8 pm) and Sunday (10 am-4 pm), experience two days of Southeastern Native American dancing, music, crafts, cultural demonstrations, storytelling, living history demonstrations, and more!

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San Manuel Pow Wow

San Manuel Pow Wow Date: Friday December 13, 2019 through Sunday December 15, 2019.
Location: San Manuel Stadium ( 66’ers Stadium)
Address: 280 South E Street , San Bernardino, CA
Category: Pow Wows
The best Native American dancers, drum groups and artisans from across North America will gather at San Manuel Stadium in downtown San Bernardino the weekend of December 13 to celebrate their culture and spiritual roots at the 24th Annual San Manuel Pow Wow. Dancers and drummers will compete for over $250,000 in prizes in a unique showcase of Native American culture.

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