Announcements of March 30th

WSU College Admissions Information
Saturday, April 1st, 10am to 12pm, at the Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation, join representatives from the Wayne State University Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies for a discussion on college admissions and financial aid.

 

2017 Cooking classes
AIHFS has cooking classes for Elders, Youth, Women and Community members. Each class includes interactive cooking lessons using healthy recipes and traditional Native American foods.

 

Women’s Society
The AIHFS Women’s Society begins it new time on April 6th. We will now meet from 5:30PM – 7:00PM at AIHFS. Come join us!

 

Free Childbirth Classes
Healthy Start is starting our spring series of Childbirth Classes at American Indian Health next week! Classes are Tuesday afternoons, 12-2pm, starting April 4 and running through May 9. Single and partnered parents of all genders and sexual orientations are welcome, as are any support people they choose to bring. Both first time and experienced parents are welcome. Classes are free of cost, and Spanish interpretation is available.   Lunch and activities for children will be provided. Please register by contacting Healthy Start at 313-846-6030.

 

American Indian Festival
Saturday, April 29th, American Indian Communities Leadership Council will be presenting American Indian Festival in Algonac Mi. This is open to the public and there will be powwow dancing, American Indian Crafts, and a food sale.

 

Garden Planning Retreat
The traditional food project at AIHFS, Sacred Roots, is planning on revitalizing the garden space at Romanowski Park. Join them, Saturday, May 6th, if you want to become involved. In order to plan food and space, please RSVP to Shiloh or Rosebud, 313-846-3718.

 

Latest AIHFS Blog Posting
On Friday, March 10th, we travelled from AIHFS to hear internationally known poet, writer and performer Joy Harjo of the Mvskoke Creek Nation. For pictures and description of that night, click this link to our blog

 

Urban Native American Young Women
Are you an American Indian or Alaska Native young woman, age 18, 19, or 20? Do you live in an urban area? The Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health at the Colorado School of Public Health is looking for those interested in health apps or online programs to participate in a survey. Click this sentence to access the survey link


Traditional Teachings with Bea Jackson
Saturday, April 8th, at 6pm, join us as we learn about bear forgiveness bundles. This is also a potluck. For more info call Nickole Fox, 313-846-3718.

 

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