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Monday September 16, 2019 to Friday September 20, 2019

Monday September 16, 2019 3 Events

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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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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Tuesday September 17, 2019 12 Events

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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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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REI - Lunch & Learn - Small Business Market Research Series

REI - Lunch & Learn Date: Event occurs every Tuesday of every month.
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Northeast Technology Center (NTC)
Address: 1901 N. Hwy 88 Claremore, OK 74017
Price: $50 Total or $15 Per Session
Category: Business Networking
Market research is essential for small businesses that wish to stay competitive. Brush up on your secondary research skills and discover the wealth of free information available through your public library and other resources.

We will explore online sources and other easily accessible databases full of data that can help your business make knowledgeable decisions. These resources will help you understand and define the market for your product or service, find your competition, explore demographics, find industry benchmarks, and keep up on industry news.

This series will run on 5 Tuesdays and the agenda is as follows:

September 17
Utilize Reference USA to gather information about your customers and competitors

September 24
Collect demographic information for your market area through American Fact Finder
Get information about your industry throught First Research

October 1
Calculate market share

October 8
Use Demographics Now to understand consumer spending habits and psycho-graphics of your target market

October 15
Map customer data by creating custom Google Maps

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TurnChange Meeting

TurnChange Meeting Grand Nation Inc.
Date: Event occurs the third Tuesday of every month.
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Grand Nation Inc.
Address: 123 South Wilson Street, Vinita, OK, 74301
Category: Meetings
Are you a chuch, community organzation or local area business? We want you to join us the third Tuesday of every month from 12 pm to 1 pm for our TurnChange community luncheon.

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Seneca Language for Beginners

Seneca Language for Beginners Date: Event occurs every Tuesday of every month.
Time: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Address: 983 RC Hoag Drive, Salamanca, NY 14779
Category: Educational
Language is one of those things that dies unless it is taught to the next generation. So help us in learning and passing on our language to our children and grandchildren.

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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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Addictions Awful Truth-Courage To Speak

Addictions Awful Truth Grand Nation Inc.
Date: Event occurs the third Tuesday of every month.
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Location: Grand Nation Recovery Support Center
Address: 102 E. Illinois , 3rd floor of post office, Vinita, OK, 74301
Category: Meetings
Substance abuse has consequences beyond the user. It impacts widespread, affecting children, boyfriends, girlfriends, spouses, parents and even the whole family. Join us the third Tuesday from 6 pm to 7 pm for our 6 part series

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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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AITC Native Art Market

AITC Native Art Market Date: Tuesday September 17, 2019 through Thursday September 19, 2019.
Location: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Address: Tulsa, OK
Price: Open to the public
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Native art is an integral part of tourism in Indian Country, so AIANTA opens the Native Art Market portion of the conference to the public ever year, to share Native works of art and culture with the general public. Storied artisans showcasing their work at this year’s Native Art Show include Ruthe Blalock Jones, Art Director Emeritus of Bacone College in Muskogee, who has been featured at the Gilcrease Museum and the Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., Johnnie Diacon, whose works can be found at Tulsa’s Philbrook Museum of Art, and Adrian Wall, whose work is found in the Eiteljorg Museum and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Museum in New Mexico.

The items to be showcased include traditional Cherokee bows, jewelry, pottery, paintings, men’s ribbon shirts and Southwest wildlife sculptures.

Booth Fee - $100

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Wednesday September 18, 2019 10 Events

MARKETING 101 (OKC)

MARKETING 101 (OKC) Date: Wednesday September 18, 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 101 will provide the non-marketing and the new marketing professional a foundation for nonprofit marketing practices. Discussion will include identifying target audiences, marketing and promotion strategy and goals, and engaging your audience.

Upon completion of this class, participants will walk away with a clear understanding of how to identify their audience and target their marketing efforts, as well as have a working outline of a nonprofit marketing plan for their organization.

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AICCNM September Luncheon Mixer

AICCNM September Luncheon Date: Wednesday September 18, 2019
Time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Pueblo Harvest Cafe
Address: 2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104
Price: Member $20 Non Member $30
Category: Meetings
The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of NM (AICCNM) invites You for an afternoon of networking opportunities, great food provided by the Pueblo Harvest Cafe, and scheduled presentations.

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Doing Business Right With SBA

Date: Wednesday September 18, 2019
Time: 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Location: Zarrow Regional Library
Address: 2224 W. 51st Tulsa, OK
Category: Business Networking
An Overview of Small Business Administration Services

Do you have a small business or want to start one?

Join Small Business Administration (SBA) Oklahoma District staff as they showcase their products and services. Learn about the range of SBA services to help you design, organize, manage, grow, promote and finance your new or current business at one of these free one-hour repeat sessions.

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Financial Literacy Class

Date: Wednesday September 18, 2019
Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Thunder Valley CDC
Address: 290 Empowerment Drive, Porcupine, South Dakota 57772
Category: Meetings
**Lunch Will Be Provided!**
**Participants Earn Certificate of Completion**

Whether you want to buy a home, pay off your debt, or start a business, financial literacy is an essential first step to gaining control over your financial future!

Native people have always traditionally been wise with managing their resources, whether it was hunting buffalo, catchin salmon or harvesting wild rice. This curriculum is designed to combine the resource management knowledge of our ancestors with the demands of contemporary Native communities, helping participants adapt their financial practices into skills that empower their future.

You will learn how to:
- Develop a Spending Plan
- Work with Checking and Saving Accounts
- Understand Credit and Credit Reporting
- Accessing Credit
- Build a Healthy Economy

These matarials will help you make informed decisions and feel in control of your personal and family finances. These materials will illustrate how your everyday decisions and actions affect your overall financial wellbeing, as well as the growth of your local community.

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2nd Annual 918 Day

2nd Annual 918 Day Date: Wednesday September 18, 2019
Category: Festival
918 Day (Sept. 18) is around the corner and the City of Tulsa has a variety of options for Tulsans to get involved as we celebrate our city’s diversity and growth. The City launched 918 Day last year as part of the Resilient Tulsa Strategy, which calls for increasing social cohesion by facilitating connections and community-building in all corners of the city.

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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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Wine Wednesday!!!

Pier 13 Liquor Store
Date: Event occurs every Wednesday of every month.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Pier 13 Wine and Spirits
Price: Varies
Category: Drink Special
Every Wednesday enjoy 10% off all wine. No case purchase necessary! Some exclusions apply, see store for details!

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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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AITC Native Art Market

AITC Native Art Market Date: Tuesday September 17, 2019 through Thursday September 19, 2019.
Location: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Address: Tulsa, OK
Price: Open to the public
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Native art is an integral part of tourism in Indian Country, so AIANTA opens the Native Art Market portion of the conference to the public ever year, to share Native works of art and culture with the general public. Storied artisans showcasing their work at this year’s Native Art Show include Ruthe Blalock Jones, Art Director Emeritus of Bacone College in Muskogee, who has been featured at the Gilcrease Museum and the Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., Johnnie Diacon, whose works can be found at Tulsa’s Philbrook Museum of Art, and Adrian Wall, whose work is found in the Eiteljorg Museum and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Museum in New Mexico.

The items to be showcased include traditional Cherokee bows, jewelry, pottery, paintings, men’s ribbon shirts and Southwest wildlife sculptures.

Booth Fee - $100

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Thursday September 19, 2019 11 Events

Grant Writing Summit - OKC

Date: Thursday September 19, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Training Room
Address: 720 West Wilshire, Suite 114 Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Price: Member Earlybird Price - by Aug 19- $139 Member price after Aug 19- $250 Non-member price - $450
Category: Business Networking
Attend this intensive session to cover all the bases on grant writing. This day-long session will also include an opportunity to workshop a portion of your own grant narrative.

Topics covered will include:
- Current trends in philanthropy
- Basic elements of grantsmanship
- How to research funders
- How to build relationships with funders
- Writing your grant narrative
- Preparing a budget
- Having difficult conversations with funders
- Handling objections or denials for funding

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THE COMPASS GROUP: AN EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP NETWORK (TULSA)

Date: Thursday September 19, 2019
Time: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Training Room
Address: 5330 East 31st Street, Suite 231 Tulsa, OK 74135
Price: Cost:$2,250/members; $4,500/Non-members* Member Early Bird Pricing $1,980 by Dec 18 DROP DATE: Jan 4
Category: Meetings
Executive leadership forum intended for seasoned nonprofit executives. Includes six executive coaching sessions.
-Engage in real, authentic and transparent conversations with like-minded leaders
-Share challenges and successes in a confidential and supportive setting
-Further refine skills to build a legacy of leadership with advanced leadership topics

Enrollment is limited to 15, so don't delay.

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Webinar Series: How to Raise Money

Date: Thursday September 19, 2019
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Price: Members: $160 for all sessions Non-Members: $320 for All Sessions.
Category: Business Networking
How to Make your Next Fundraiser a Success
Putting on fundraising events can be time consuming and a challenge to resources. In this session you will learn what it takes to make your next event a fundraising success.

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Grand Nation Vinita Monthly Meeting

Grand Nation Inc.
Date: Thursday September 19, 2019
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Location: Grand Nation Inc.
Address: 123 South Wilson Street, Vinita, OK, 74301
Category: Meetings
Join us every third Thursday every other month for our monthly Grand Nation community meeting at 12 pm at our Grand Nation Office located at 123 S. Wilson, Vinita

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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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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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St Josephs Indian School Powwow

St Josephs Indian School Date: Thursday September 19, 2019 through Saturday September 21, 2019.
Location: St. Joseph’s Indian School
Address: 1301 N Main Street Chamberlain, SD 57325
Category: Pow Wows
Be here for the 43rd Annual St Josephs Indian School Powwow on September 19-21, 2019 at St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain, South Dakota. Experience a traditional Lakota (Sioux) powwow, that helps Native American children, like those at St. Joseph’s Indian School, share their culture, heritage and traditions with friends like you from around the nation. Since 1976, St. Joseph’s Indian School has hosted the annual St. Joseph’s Indian School Powwow for a weekend of Lakota culture on their Chamberlain, South Dakota campus.

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AITC Native Art Market

AITC Native Art Market Date: Tuesday September 17, 2019 through Thursday September 19, 2019.
Location: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Address: Tulsa, OK
Price: Open to the public
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Native art is an integral part of tourism in Indian Country, so AIANTA opens the Native Art Market portion of the conference to the public ever year, to share Native works of art and culture with the general public. Storied artisans showcasing their work at this year’s Native Art Show include Ruthe Blalock Jones, Art Director Emeritus of Bacone College in Muskogee, who has been featured at the Gilcrease Museum and the Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., Johnnie Diacon, whose works can be found at Tulsa’s Philbrook Museum of Art, and Adrian Wall, whose work is found in the Eiteljorg Museum and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Museum in New Mexico.

The items to be showcased include traditional Cherokee bows, jewelry, pottery, paintings, men’s ribbon shirts and Southwest wildlife sculptures.

Booth Fee - $100

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Friday September 20, 2019 21 Events

REI - SW OK Women's Summit

Date: Friday September 20, 2019
Time: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Donald W. Reynolds Community Center
Address: 105 Reynolds Ave. Poteau, OK
Price: $40
Category: Business Networking
We hope you can join us for the Southwest Oklahoma Womens Business Summit in Lawton! This two-day event is designed to encourage, support, and equip women in business throughout southwest Oklahoma. Learn from high-quality business leaders on a variety of topics, network and gain exposure for your business, and cultivate profitable business connections. Registration begins at 8:30 am, followed by two breakout sessions and a keynote lunch. The day will wrap up at 2:00 pm following a B.A.I.L. session and door prize drawings.

Breakout Session 1: Maria Elena Duron, Grow with Google, will show you how to Use Data to Drive Business Growth.

Learn best practices and analyze trends about how customers engage with your business online, then turn these insights into well-informed, actionable decisions. In this session well introduce talk about:

Identifying business goals and how you plan to use your online presence to achieve them
Incorporating data into your marketing plan
Selecting tools to help you find the answers you need
Breakout Session 2: Women in Business panel featuring SW OK women business owners. We will have Q&A, time to talk about their best practices, use of technology, and marketing to drive business growth. The panel will consist of:

Joyce Miranda- The Brow Parlour, The House of Wild Lavendar and Rose Rock Spa - Lawton
Sidney Tyner, The Enchanted Door - Altus
Vera Oldham - The Silver Spoon & Atlanta Bread - Lawton
Amber Malcolm - The Shabby Chick - Duncan
Mary Graham - Children of Joy - Lawton
Keynote Lunch Speaker: Robbie Gilbert - Great Plains Investment Professionals - Elk City

Keynote topic - YOLO! - Robbie has been an Investment Advisor for 25 years. She owns Great Plains Investment Professionals, Inc. located in the Great Plains Banks throughout the state where she manages $70 million dollars. Its been her mission during her professional life to concentrate on educating women how to make better financial decisions. She is a certified coach, speaker and trainer with the John Maxwell Team and has also been involved with customer service training and education for businesses.


The afternoon will be an optional B.A.I.L. session from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. No matter what your business idea or ambition may be, you need a BAIL team of experts on your side. Banker, Accountant, Insurance, Lawyer: a team of professionals who can advise and guide you in some of the most important aspects of starting and managing a successful business. Have some questions? Write them down and make plans to speak to a B.A.I.L. team member!

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2019 Dancing in the Square Powwow

2019 Dancing in the Square Date: Friday September 20, 2019
Time: 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Location: Pioneer Courthouse Square
Address: 701 SW 6th Ave Portland, OR 97205
Category: Pow Wows
All are welcome at the 14th Annual Dancing in the Square Powwow on September 20, 2019 at Pioneer Courthouse Square in downtown Portland, Oregon. The Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board presents this annual American Indian Day Celebration on the Friday following Labor Day. The Dancing in the Square Powwow features vendors, educational booths, food, entertainment and more! The event will be held from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., wth the Grand Entry at 3:30 p.m

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Stomp & Social Dance Education for Kids & Families

Stomp & Social Dance Shawnee Tribe
Date: Friday September 20, 2019
Time: 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Location: Miami Nation dance Grounds
Address: 2319 West Newman Road, Miami, Oklahoma
Category: Pow Wows
Friday, September 20th, 2019, we will have a Stomp & Social Education for kids and families. All Tribes are welcome to come. We will have a language class at 5:00 PM and dinner after class. Dance after dinner. Everyone come out and bring your families and lawn chairs. Everyone welcome!!!

Niyawe

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The Hi-Fidelics

The Hi-Fidelics River Bend Casino & Hotel
Date: Friday September 20, 2019
Time: 9:00 pm - 1:00 am
Location: River Bend Casino & Hotel
Address: 100 Jackpot Place , Wyandotte , OK, 74370
Category: Concert / Live Music
**FREE SHOW inside Club 60 West Event Center**
Space is limited. Must be 18 years of age or older.
The Hi-Fidelics are Tulsa's original two-man party band. They play all your favorite Top 40 dance hits from the 70's, 80's, 90's, and 2000's.

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Wilkie Jay and the Heat LIVE at Grand Lake Casino!

Wilkie Jay and the Heat Grand Lake Casino
Date: Friday September 20, 2019
Time: 9:00 pm
Location: Grand Lake Casino
Address: 24701 South 655 Road, Grove, OK, 74344
Category: Concert / Live Music
Are you ready to ROCK? Wilkie Jay and The Heat will have your toes tapping and your body moving to the beat. Join us for the fun Friday, September 20th! The Show starts at 9pm.

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Fiber Daze - Vendor

Fiber Daze - Vendor River Bend Casino & Hotel
Date: Friday September 20, 2019
Time: Times Vary
Location: River Bend Casino & Hotel
Address: 100 Jackpot Place , Wyandotte , OK, 74370
Category: Arts / Exhibits
An amazing collaborative of all things wool craft. Come to shop, browse, meet people, or take a course.

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30th Annual Gourd Dance & Pow Wow

Gourd Dance & Pow Wow Date: Friday September 20, 2019
Location: Joseph Harp Correctional Center
Address: 16161 Moffat Rd, Lexington, OK
Category: Pow Wows
For more information, contact Kara Caskey at 405-527-5593 ext 3340 or kara.caskey@doc.ok.gov

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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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2019 Prescott Powwow

2019 Prescott Powwow Date: Friday September 20, 2019 through Sunday September 22, 2019.
Location: Watson Lake Park
Address: 3101 Watson Lake Park Road Prescott, AZ 86301
Category: Pow Wows
All are welcome at the 13th Annual Prescott Powwow on September 20-22, 2019 at the Watson Lake Park in Prescott, Arizona. Enjoy a beautiful weekend of dancing, music, art and food. The public is welcome and encouraged to come watch and even participate in our circle. The Prescott Powwow, like many typical Pow Wows, starts on Friday evening with a single Grand Entry, followed by Intertribal dancing, giveaways and specials, with informative (and sometimes humorous comments) by the MC. In recent years, many powwows have become competitive events that can sometimes takes away from the spiritual realm of the gathering. The Prescott Powwow has no contest dancing as its mission is to provide an event that focuses more on the social and spiritual aspects of powwow.Saturday has two Grand Entries, one in the afternoon and the other in the evening after a dinner break. Sunday has a single Grand Entry in the afternoon.

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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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St Josephs Indian School Powwow

St Josephs Indian School Date: Thursday September 19, 2019 through Saturday September 21, 2019.
Location: St. Joseph’s Indian School
Address: 1301 N Main Street Chamberlain, SD 57325
Category: Pow Wows
Be here for the 43rd Annual St Josephs Indian School Powwow on September 19-21, 2019 at St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain, South Dakota. Experience a traditional Lakota (Sioux) powwow, that helps Native American children, like those at St. Joseph’s Indian School, share their culture, heritage and traditions with friends like you from around the nation. Since 1976, St. Joseph’s Indian School has hosted the annual St. Joseph’s Indian School Powwow for a weekend of Lakota culture on their Chamberlain, South Dakota campus.

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2019 Comanche Nation Fair Powwow

Comanche Nation Fair Powwow Comanche Nation
Date: Friday September 20, 2019 through Sunday September 22, 2019.
Location: Comanche Nation Complex
Address: 584 NW Bingo Rd Lawton, OK 73507
Category: Pow Wows
The 28th Annual Comanche Nation Fair Powwow on September 20-22, 2019 at the Comanche Nation Complex in Lawton, Oklahoma is the largest event of the Comanche Nation. Comanche Nation Fair features an array of events and activities that include: a powwow, parade, free concert, games and an art show. Other activities include basketball and softball tournaments, a horseshoe tournament, quilt show, teen dance, fun run and spirit walk. Arts and craft vendors from around the country will be present, as well as a variety of food vendors. A childrens carnival featuring free rides will also be on-site. While the Comanche Nation Fair lasts all week; the Comanche Fair Powwow is the last three days of the fair on Friday Sunday.

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2019 Mahkato Pow Wow

2019 Mahkato Pow Wow Date: Friday September 20, 2019 through Sunday September 22, 2019.
Location: Land of Memories Park
Address: Amos Owen Lane Mankato, MN 56001
Category: Pow Wows
You are invited to the 47th Annual Mahkato Pow Wow on September 20-22, 2019 at the Land of Memories Park in Mankato, Minnesota, honoring the “Dakota 38”. Folks come from South Dakota, North Dakota, all into Canada, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Montana, and in Minnesota. People from all over the country like to travel to the Mahkato Pow Wow, because it’s one of the last outdoor traditional powwows.

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Northern Cherokee Nation Powwow and Cultural Gathering

Northern Cherokee Date: Friday September 20, 2019 through Sunday September 22, 2019.
Location: Northern Cherokee Nation Tribal Complex
Address: 5 miles east of Clinton,Missouri on Hwy 7 on the South side of the highway. Clinton, MO
Category: Pow Wows
All are welcome to the 31st Annual Northern Cherokee Nation Powwow and Cultural Gathering on September 20-22, 2019 at the Northern Cherokee Nation Tribal Complex in Clinton, Missouri. Come join in and learn more about the traditions and history of your local Cherokee tribe. Open to the Public. Native American speakers and vendors, drawings, favorite foods such as Indian Tacos and fry bread and many dancers and artists. Drums start at 12pm Friday. Plan to come on Saturday and Sunday for the big $5 pancake breakfast 7am-11am.

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2019 Great Mohican Pow Wow

2019 Great Mohican Pow Wow Date: Friday September 20, 2019 through Sunday September 22, 2019.
Location: Mohican Reservation Camp & Festival Grounds
Address: 23270 Wally Road Loudonville, OH 44842
Category: Pow Wows
All are welcome at the 35th Annual Great Mohican Pow Wow on September 20-22, 2019 at the Mohican Reservation Camp & Festival Grounds in Loudonville, Ohio. Join us to celebrate Native American culture at one of the best Pow-Wows in the country, previously named one of the top 100 events in North America by the American Bus Association.

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22nd Annual Battle Point Powwow

Battle Point Powwow Date: Friday September 20, 2019 through Sunday September 22, 2019.
Location: Cedar Lakes Casino & Hotel
Address: 6268 Upper Cass Frontage Road NW, Cass Lake, MN
Category: Pow Wows
Payouts Sunday Evening. All singers must register before each grand entry. Must provide own chair. 15 drums, 5 singers per drum minimum.

Showers & Firewood provided. Showers are open from 6am – 10am.

For more information contact Diane Smith at 218-507-0842 or Leah Monroe at 218-760-3127

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End of the Trail Commemorative Powwow

End of the Trail Powwow Date: Friday September 20, 2019 through Sunday September 22, 2019.
Location: Town of Waterloo
Address: Waterloo, AL
Category: Pow Wows
This Powwow in remembrance to all that walked the ‘Trail of Tears’ and salutes all Military personnel, past and present. Powwow by United Cherokee AniYunWiYa Nation.
Free camping, free admission. All drums welcome. A special ‘Walk-to-the-Water’ at 10:00AM on Saturday to honor the Tribes of the ‘Trail of Tears’. Event sponsored by the AL-TN Trail of Tears Corridor Association Inc and the town of Waterloo. Grand Entry 1:00PM Saturday. Motorcycle riders will arrive around 3:00PM Saturday. Vendors will be on-site for all interests. More information available at ucanonline@bellsouth.net

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Tule River Pow Wow

Tule River Pow Wow Date: Friday September 20, 2019 through Sunday September 22, 2019.
Location: Tule River Band of Yokuts Reservation
Address: 32657 Reservation Road, Porterville, CA
Category: Pow Wows
All drums and dancers welcome
Camping available
$2 admission per adult and children over 5
Contest powwow

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Traders Village Grand Prairie Pow Wow Native American Indian Championship

Traders Village Pow Wow Date: Friday September 20, 2019 through Sunday September 22, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Traders Village Grand Prairie
Address: 2602 Mayfield Road Grand Prairie, TX 75052
Category: Pow Wows
Experience the 57th Annual Traders Village Grand Prairie Pow Wow Native American Indian Championship will be held on September 13-15, 2019. A Native American Pow Wow with colorful tribal dance contests, an arts and crafts show, tipis, honoring ceremonies, singing and much more will be part of the Annual Traders Village Grand Prairie Pow Wow Native American Indian Championship. This event is a great time to visit with old friends and make new ones. Plan to join us for this colorful and interesting celebration, presented by the DFW Inter-Tribal Association, at Traders Village in Grand Prairie.

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Carolinas Good Medicine Powwow

Good Medicine Powwow Date: Friday September 20, 2019 through Saturday September 21, 2019.
Location: Frank Liske Park
Address: 4001 Stough Road Concord, NC 28027
Category: Pow Wows
Be sure to join us for the Carolinas Good Medicine Powwow on September 20-21, 2019 at Frank Like Park in Concord, North Carolina. The Cabarrus Pow Wow Association invites everyone to to join them in this celebration of Native American culture, song and dance.

The Carolinas Good Medicine Powwow is a traditional Southern Protocol Pow Wow; Head Man Arvid Englund Head Lady Renee Tucker Head Gourd Dancer/Veteran Bart Hudson MC Barry Rogers AD Jaimie Scott Head Singer Monsenjour Johnson We welcome other drums. Please see Arena Director. Please schedule all specials in advance with the MC, Committee Special only on Saturday night.

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