Oshki-Anishnawbeg Student Association (OASA) Presents...
Empowering Our Youth through Education & Healthy Lifestyles Powwow
When: September 10, 11, & 12, 2004
Where: Confederation College, Thunder Bay Ontario
Host Drum: Black Water Creek
Master of Ceremonies: TBA
Arena Director: Jeordie Pierre
DRUGS & ALCOHOL ARE STRICTLY PROHIBITED ON GROUNDS
Contact OASA @ 807-475-6314 or through email firstname.lastname@example.org
will post speakers and guests at a later date!!! for info call amos @775 9522 or at email@example.com
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If you have any questions, please feel free to call me at :
1 800 263-5588, ext. 4523
Have a great day,
Public Relations Officer
Canada Council for the Arts
Living Waters Worship Fest - Thursday July 29 - Sunday Aug 1, 2004
" O Lord, Redeem our Nation amidst the thunder of Praise"
Place of Gathering: Arena
Hosted by: Fortress of Hope Ministries
Host: Fortress of Hope Worship Team
Special Guests: Broken Walls
Rotators from US (Dave Boetle's Band)
Guest Speakers: Keith Dunahue
Other guests and visitors coming in: Children's Ministry
Come and Worship the Lord with us:
for more info: Pastor Joseph Waswa - 242-1033
Boo shoo, Nee chee! To all knet readers ....
Neskantaga First Nation is holding a traditional days and combined with a Pow wow starting July 26, 2004.
This gives anyone an opportunity to seek a naming cerenomy (spiritual name) and to participate with the sacred fire cereromy, sweat lodge ceremony as well as meet with your friends and reunite with your family members and make new friends as nishinawbe people.
All singers and dancers, Elders, healers story tellers, artists are welcome!!
Traditional food will be provided eg. sturgeon, moose meat, fresh walleye, Indian tacos and much more!
For more information call the Neskantaga First Nation @807 479 2570.
Thank you very much!
K.I. Telecom Centre hosted a Website Workshop this week for community members interested in developing and maintaining a local community portal. Jesse Fiddler from Keewaytinook Okimakanak facilitated the workshop in Big Trout Lake. Click here to see who attended the workshop and are now maintaining this new community portal.
Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug's new site can be found at www.bigtroutlake.firstnation.ca ... check it out often and sign the guestbook.
Tell a friend about it. It will be updated regularly ...
Ashawawaga Anishnawbe Mamow-Oshka-Win
July 26, 2004 - August 2, 2004
Where: Neskantaga First Nation
Traditional Teachings/Pow Wow
for more info call 807-479-1024 or 807-479-2530
Chief Shepherd Ministries
1st Annual Camp Meeting 2004
Evangelist Bruce Shisheesh - Thunder Bay, On
Pastor Roma Fisher - Thunder Bay, On
When: August 19, 20, 21, 22, 2004
Where: Current River Park - Thunder On
Time: 7 p.m Nightly
Saturday August 21
10:30 a.m & 7:00 p.m.
Sunday August 22
1:30 p.m & 7:00 p.m.
Info: Evangelist Bruce Shisheesh 1-807-473-8516
The new Maori Party recently elected its first member of parliament in a by-election in Te Tai Hauauru, New Zealand.
The Te Karere Ipurangi Māori News Online headline read, "Turia feisty after historic win". The story continues ... "A jubilant Maori Party sent an uncompromising message to the government yesterday: we're here, we're real, and we won't be bailing you out if you get into trouble."
Sandy Lake is holding the Mudfest once again and many more years to come.
The Local Bands include:
Guest bands from other communities include:
EVERYONE IS WELCOMED to visit us in Sandy Lake for the 21st Annual Muddy Water Music Festival on July 14 - 17, 2004. Visit http://sandylake.firstnation.ca for more information.