Dream Seekers Youth Group Open House and Family Night
Monday, October 9th, 5:00pm-7:00pm. Food, Games, and fun for the whole family. Youth Group will continue on Monday and Tuesday from 5-7. Call Martha or Joe at 313-846-3718 to Register.
Wednesdays, 5pm-6pm, at AIHFS. This group is a road to recovery & wellness and offers participants a journey of possible hope, healing, and support. It is modeled after White Bison’s “The red road to wellbriety: in the Native American way.” For more info 313-846-3718.
Wednesdays, 6pm-7:30pm, at AIHFS. Men’s Society is a weekly gathering of Men over the age of 18 years old sharing common interests such as, cultural and spiritual wellness, mentorship/leadership, community outreach, outdoor and family fun. For more info, Glenn Wilson, 313-846-3718.
Thursday’s, 5:30pm-7pm, at AIHFS. Be among women who are caring and compassionate and want to support each other. There are crafts to challenge your creative side and exercises to enhance well-being. We have Talking Circles to relieve the stress and find inner peace with your spirit sisters. Please join us and heal your spirit and mind. For more info, Shelly Nimocks-Hinshaw, 313-846-3718.
Monday, October 30th, 5pm-7:30pm, at AIHFS. We invite you to bring the whole family for fun activities and healthy snacks! Contact Rosebud to register your vehicle or for more information. 313-846-3718 or email: email@example.com
AIHFS is offering youth wellness screenings as appointments or walk-ins on a regular basis on Thursdays. We screen ages 10-24 years old. We offer a 20.00 gift card to Meijer for each screening which takes 20-30 minutes. It is all confidential, but people under the age of 18 need a consent from a guardian. If interested please contact Chris Biek, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call the clinic and ask to speak to Chris 313-846-6030, ex. 1502.
2017 AIHFS Annual Pow Wow & Health Fair Video
Check out our video from our annual pow wow and health fair held August 19th. In addition to showing Native American singing and dancing, this video also highlights the informational/educational vendors and shares a testimonial of the impact our gathering had on a community member.
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Duane Linklater Opening Reception
Friday, October 6th, 6pm-8pm, Meet the artist at the opening reception of Field Station: Duane Linklater at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at MSU. At 7pm, Assistant Curator Carla Acevedo-Yates will lead a conversation with Linklater. An Omaskêko Cree artist from Moose Cree First Nation, Linklater will present an installation of new and recent work that addresses issues of cultural loss and recovery of indigenous language, culture, and history.
Sunday, October 8th, 4:30-9pm, at ONE MILE, 7615 Oakland St, Detroit, MI, 48211, there will be an event called the Indigenous & African solidarity feast. This event is a collaboration between Detroit African Music Institution, Bomba Rica, the Raiz Up, Four Directions Wellness, Free Market Detroit, Detroit Independant Freedom Schools, and many other organizations supporting and contributing. There will be a potluck, drums, dance, Native & African food, and a mocktrial.
Here is a link to their facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/385909285161533/
Native American Festival
Saturday, October 21st, at Wayne County Community College District Downriver Campus you will be able to visit a beautiful display of Native American posters plus demonstrations of drum making and dream catchers. Traditional Native American dances will be performed by the Reggie Pettibone dance group.