After much discussion and able to confirm w/our tutors it was decided to move Clearsky to Tuesday nights. So starting tomorrow night will be our first night. Same place – same time. I hope this time slot works for everyone and apologize if this time is unavailable for others.
So for this Tuesday, tomorrow night we’ll have dinner, study tables, announcements, more planning for the NDN Youth days conference, and an activity. As usual we’ll begin @ 6:30pm, along with dinner at Indian Heritage School, 1330 N. 90th Street. (one block east of North Seattle Comm. College).
Okay so everyone bring a friend, a snack, and look forward to seeing you there!
March 29, study tables @ 6:30pm. Dinner, food cards, and announcement/events. We’ll have an activity and finalize NDN Youth Days conference. All parents/youth/community members welcome to attend.
*March 31st. Seattle Schools’ Superintendent Dr. Susan Enfield to meet and talk with Native families and community members about the educational issues, feedback, concerns, and questions on Thursday, March 31 from 6:30-8:00PM at the Duwamish Long House, 4705 W Marginal Way SW Seattle WA 98106.
*April 2nd. “PULAMA I KA ‘OHANA” (Cherish the Family). Celebrating their 2st annual “AHA MELE” Hawaiian Festival, Chief Leschi Schools, 5625 52nd St E., Puyallup 98371. Cultural experiences and health screenings are FREE with admission.
* April 8th, 9th and 10th. Please join UW First Nations at their 40th Annual Spring Powwow “Our Legacy Thrives” at the Alaska Airlines Arena @ Hec Ed Pavilion, University of Washington, 3870 Mont lake Blvd NE, Seattle campus. Friday April 8th: Grand Entry at 7pm. Saturday April 9th: Coastal Grand Entry at 1pm, GE 7pm. Sunday April 10th: Grand Entry at 1pm. This is the largest student-run event on campus bringing in an average of 8000 people every year. It’s free to get into but we highly suggest you bring some extra money to support the Native American artists that will be selling their work as well as buying concessions (Indian Tacos) sold by First Nations.
* April 20th, 21st, and 22nd. Clearsky and Parent Alliance are proud to announce our 1st Annual NDN Youth Days conference held at Indian Heritage School, 1:00pm to 8:30pm. We’ll have awesome activities and stellar speakers from our own Native community. The flyer and registration forms has been distributed on email. We’re so looking forward to our youth attending and walking away with a positive experience. We’re open to donations and any volunteer assistance. For questions please contact Sara Sense-Wilson @206-941-0338 or Yvette Pinkham @206-306-3030
“May many blessing come your way”