American Indian Heritage Month

In honor of American Indian Heritage Month, Northeastern State University and the Center for Tribal Studies will observe American Indian cultural heritage and traditions with performances and activities listed below. All events are FREE and open to the public.

** November 2013 **

Osiyo Sign Campaign


Throughout the month of November

NSU Tahlequah

Hosted by Cherokee Promise Scholars


 

Languages Alive Campaign
Througout the month of November
NSU Tahlequah
Hosted by: Native American Student Association



Cherokee Language Group
Every Tuesday in November, 5, 12, 19, 26
Noon – 1p, 2nd Floor, John Vaughan Library
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Ctr.
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042



Beadworking Group
First three Wednesdays in November, 6, 13, 20
1 – 3p, 2nd Floor, John Vaughan Library
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Ctr.
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042


Shawlmaking Circle
First three Thursdays in November 7, 14, 21
2:30 – 5p, 2nd Floor, John Vaughan Library
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Ctr.
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042



RiverHawk Gathering
November 4, Monday
8:30a – 6p, 2nd Floor, John Vaughan Library
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Ctr.
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042



Mocc Walk
November 4, Monday
4p, Meet at Cherokee County Courthouse
Downtown Tahlequah
Hosted by Alpha Pi Omega
Contact: Brooke Seawright, seawrigb@nsuok.edu



Film Series
November 4-8, Monday - Friday
6p, Webb Tower Rm, 6th Floor
Hosted by Phi Sigma Nu
Contact: Michael Landrum, landrumm@nsuok.edu



Honoring the Warriors
November 11th, Monday
6p, UC Ballroom
Hosted by Alpha Pi Omega and Phi Sigma Nu
Contact: Brooke Seawright, seawrigb@nsuok.edu


Stickball Game
November 5th, Tuesday
3p, Beta Field
Hosted by Phi Sigma Nu
Contact: Michael Landrum, landrumm@nsuok.edu


Visiting Indigenous Scholar - Alma Pickle
November 13, Wednesday
3p, Location TBA
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Ctr. &
NSU's Entrepreneurship Club
(Choctaw and President of Advanced Workzone)
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042



Tribal Language Summit
November 14, Thursday
2p, UC Ballroom
Hosted by Cherokee Language Degree Program
Contact: Brad Montgomery-Anderson,
montgomb@nsuok.edu


2013 Arts of Indigenous Cultures Series presents
Poet, Writer, Musician Joy Harjo

Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 7pm
University Center Ballroom
NSU - Tahlequah
www.joyharjo.com
Hosted by Native American Student Association and the Center for Tribal Studies
Sponosored by Oklahoma Arts Council


Indian Taco Sale
November 15, Friday
11a – 2p, Cherokee Nation Complex
Hosted by AISES
Contact: Michael Landrum, landrumm@nsuok.edu


Flag Football Food Drive Fundraiser
NSU vs Bacone

November 21, Thursday
5:30p, Doc Wadley Stadium
Hosted by NSU Native Organizations
Contact: Michael Landrum, landrumm@nsuok.edu



AISES Alumni Forum
November 25, Monday
10a, Location TBA
Hosted by AISES
Contact: Deanna Grass, grassd@nsuok.edu