Bud, Rona and Camas were on KDLT TV this weekend talking about our upcoming pow wow!

We spent this week setting up tipis for the pow wow, which is coming up pretty soon! In less than two weeks these will be full of people, crafts, foods, everything you can think of at a pow wow.
We’re also doing some last preparations with yardwork and deck repair, hence the caution tape there. But everything will be spic and span by the time everyone gets to Pipestone on July 26-27. We spent this week setting up tipis for the pow wow, which is coming up pretty soon! In less than two weeks these will be full of people, crafts, foods, everything you can think of at a pow wow.
We’re also doing some last preparations with yardwork and deck repair, hence the caution tape there. But everything will be spic and span by the time everyone gets to Pipestone on July 26-27. We spent this week setting up tipis for the pow wow, which is coming up pretty soon! In less than two weeks these will be full of people, crafts, foods, everything you can think of at a pow wow.
We’re also doing some last preparations with yardwork and deck repair, hence the caution tape there. But everything will be spic and span by the time everyone gets to Pipestone on July 26-27. We spent this week setting up tipis for the pow wow, which is coming up pretty soon! In less than two weeks these will be full of people, crafts, foods, everything you can think of at a pow wow.
We’re also doing some last preparations with yardwork and deck repair, hence the caution tape there. But everything will be spic and span by the time everyone gets to Pipestone on July 26-27. We spent this week setting up tipis for the pow wow, which is coming up pretty soon! In less than two weeks these will be full of people, crafts, foods, everything you can think of at a pow wow.
We’re also doing some last preparations with yardwork and deck repair, hence the caution tape there. But everything will be spic and span by the time everyone gets to Pipestone on July 26-27.

We spent this week setting up tipis for the pow wow, which is coming up pretty soon! In less than two weeks these will be full of people, crafts, foods, everything you can think of at a pow wow.

We’re also doing some last preparations with yardwork and deck repair, hence the caution tape there. But everything will be spic and span by the time everyone gets to Pipestone on July 26-27.

Just a reminder that our pow wow is coming up soon! 

If you’re in the area, we’d love to have you stop by next weekend for dancing, music, food and more! 

ochipi:

Kainai powwow and celebration
July 18-19-20 2014
Standoff, Alberta, Canada

In the Keepers store:
The Way of the Sacred Pipe, by Jim Tree
This book was written by Jim Tree to give people a basic understanding of how a pipe is used in prayer.
http://www.pipekeepers.org/catalog/catalog.htm

In the Keepers store:

The Way of the Sacred Pipe, by Jim Tree

This book was written by Jim Tree to give people a basic understanding of how a pipe is used in prayer.

http://www.pipekeepers.org/catalog/catalog.htm

In the Keepers store:
The Pipe and Christ, by William Stolzman
Spiritually called to take part in Lakota Sioux rituals, the author of The Pipe And Christ was led to experiences extremely different from his upbringing. Investigations led him into experiences that were both foreign and awesome; for example, that there are not only spirits of heaven and hell but also of earth. Searching for understanding, he consulted the medicine men and pastors of the Rosebud Indian Reservation to help him reconcile the many apparent theological and spiritual incompatibilities between these two religions. http://www.pipekeepers.org/catalog/catalog.htm

In the Keepers store:

The Pipe and Christ, by William Stolzman

Spiritually called to take part in Lakota Sioux rituals, the author of The Pipe And Christ was led to experiences extremely different from his upbringing. Investigations led him into experiences that were both foreign and awesome; for example, that there are not only spirits of heaven and hell but also of earth. Searching for understanding, he consulted the medicine men and pastors of the Rosebud Indian Reservation to help him reconcile the many apparent theological and spiritual incompatibilities between these two religions. http://www.pipekeepers.org/catalog/catalog.htm

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The Mishomis Book: The Voice of the Ojibway
Author Edward Benton-Banai is a full-blooded Wisconsin Ojibewa of the Fish Clan and a spirttual Teacher of the Lac Court Orielles Band of the Ojibewa Tribe. He has achieved a longstanding ambition to set down the oral history of the Ojibway Nation with the publication of this book, which is the representation of the life he lived as a youth. He was fortunate to have the companionship of tribal elders who possessed the memories and inherent wisdom of the Ojibway Nation and who carefully treasured and preserved these ancient traditions upon which this book is based. 
http://www.pipekeepers.org/catalog/catalog.htm

In the Keepers store:

The Mishomis Book: The Voice of the Ojibway

Author Edward Benton-Banai is a full-blooded Wisconsin Ojibewa of the Fish Clan and a spirttual Teacher of the Lac Court Orielles Band of the Ojibewa Tribe. He has achieved a longstanding ambition to set down the oral history of the Ojibway Nation with the publication of this book, which is the representation of the life he lived as a youth. He was fortunate to have the companionship of tribal elders who possessed the memories and inherent wisdom of the Ojibway Nation and who carefully treasured and preserved these ancient traditions upon which this book is based.

http://www.pipekeepers.org/catalog/catalog.htm

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Ojibway Ceremonies
Basil Johnston is a linguist and lecturer in the depart of ethnology at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. Ojibway Ceremonies focuses on a young member of the tribe and his development through participation in the many rituals so important to the Ojibway way of life.
http://www.pipekeepers.org/catalog/catalog.htm

In the Keepers store:

Ojibway Ceremonies

Basil Johnston is a linguist and lecturer in the depart of ethnology at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. Ojibway Ceremonies focuses on a young member of the tribe and his development through participation in the many rituals so important to the Ojibway way of life.

http://www.pipekeepers.org/catalog/catalog.htm

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North American Indian Anthropology
These essays explore the blending of structural and historical approaches to American Indian anthropology that characterizes the perspective of the late Fred Eggan and his students at the University of Chicago. They include studies of kinship and social organizations, politics, religion, law, ethnicity, and art. "North American Indian Anthropology is a multipurpose resource for scholars and students. The quality of the scholarship is consistently high. The essays and lucid and smoothly written." - Marjory W. Powers, University of Vermont.
http://www.pipekeepers.org/catalog/catalog.htm

In the Keepers store:

North American Indian Anthropology

These essays explore the blending of structural and historical approaches to American Indian anthropology that characterizes the perspective of the late Fred Eggan and his students at the University of Chicago. They include studies of kinship and social organizations, politics, religion, law, ethnicity, and art.

"North American Indian Anthropology is a multipurpose resource for scholars and students. The quality of the scholarship is consistently high. The essays and lucid and smoothly written." - Marjory W. Powers, University of Vermont.

http://www.pipekeepers.org/catalog/catalog.htm

In the Keepers store:
Myths and Legends of the Sioux
Paper back book by Marie L. McLaughlin. “These stories cannot fail to give pleasure by their vivid imagining of the simple things and creatures of the great out-of-doors and the epics of their doings,” she writes in her foreward to this book.
http://www.pipekeepers.org/catalog/catalog.htm

In the Keepers store:

Myths and Legends of the Sioux

Paper back book by Marie L. McLaughlin. “These stories cannot fail to give pleasure by their vivid imagining of the simple things and creatures of the great out-of-doors and the epics of their doings,” she writes in her foreward to this book.

http://www.pipekeepers.org/catalog/catalog.htm