Save the Date
July 13th, 2013 - Saturday - 1PM to 5PM
17th Annual Indian Canyon Storytelling
Featuring: Traditional Storytellers, Indigenous Dancers - Singers - Poets
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Entry by donation: suggested donation (adult $20, student $10, children under 12 FREE)
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or call (831)637-4238
TwoSpirit Natives -Save the Date
--->May 25-26, 2013 - Saturday + Sunday
Indian Canyon Two Spirit Gathering
Calling all Aboriginal/Native American gay, lesbian, bisexual & transgender people, their partners, friends, families - you are invited to gather in the land of the Coastanoan Ohlone People.This is a weekend gathering for Native American Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender people, their partners, family and friends. We will share a potluck dinner and gather with friends - and potentially make this an annual event in Indian Canyon. The gathering will provide a safe, healthy, drug and alcohol free environment. We gather to encourage all people to heal the damage wrought by racism, sexism, ageism, colonialism, ableism, transphobia, and homophobia and the negative impacts these have on health. We gather to make new friends. family, and community connections.
Please bring a potluck dish. Bring any camping items and gear, i.e tent, mats, sleeping bags/blanktes, that you may need. We will provide drinking water, tea, coffee, charcol, and a campfire. We also have a few propane burners and fire rings for cooking. Camping is rustic, with outhouse facilities and running water but no electricity. Evenings can be cool and the days are warm (80's). Bring sunscreen, folding chairs, hats, and whatever else you may need to be comfortable. If you are not able to camp, there are affordable motels located in Hollister (a 20 minute drive from Indian Canyon).
There will be a talking circle on Saturday evening and a sunrise pipe ceremony on Sunday morning.
This is sacred land, so we ask that whatever you bring in- you take out ... We encourage our guests to leave our place better than it was when you came. As part of the closing ceremony there will be a modest giveaway. Please bring a small gift for the giveaway.
If you have any questions or need more information,
please call or text Holy Old Man Bull at (415) 408-8176;
all messages will be answered within 48 hours.
Or email: email@example.com
Ohlone People -Save the Date
--->March 23-24, 2013 - Saturday + Sunday
Spring Equinox Ohlone Peoples Gathering
Potluck, Camp Out, A weekend of understanding and honoring each other
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Flow the progress via Flickr
Indigenous Botanical Restoration
The goal of the Indigenous Plant Restoration Project is to provide students and members of the community with the opportunity to connect to the earth. We are removing an invasive species, Vinca major and replacing it with native plants that are culturally significant to the Native People of California. By creating a garden of native California plants that are used by Indigenous People , we can promote understanding and appreciation for Traditional Ecological Knowledge, was well as bringing people closer to their traditions with the earth.
Join the fun- make donations(plants + tools) - volunteer
Jessica Orozco email
Kanyon Sayers-Roods email
Ann-Marie Sayers email
See the rest of the images via Flickr
Unveling of the Healing Pole
Healing pole story will be presented here when we document it's history - Start to finish. From the Port of Chicago, to the John and Karen Larson Foundation, to the Cultural Conservancy, to Indian Canyon, from laying down, to installing it upright.
Soon, very soon ^_^
Christensen Fund Website
The Christensen Fund supports the elevating awareness of the importance of biological and cultural diversity of indigenous people globally. We were very honored to host more than a dozen pope from all around the world, original people welcoming original people(Indigenous natives of Ohlone territory welcoming aboriginal visitors of other territories), the connection that is made, for us, is a reason for living.