Soaring Eagles are sponsored by Southern California American Indian Resource Inc.
By Roy Cook
The San Diego American Indian Health Clinic sponsored the seasonal Halloween night at the Ballard Center. Ghoulishly clever outfits for the kids and some smile seeking parents! Well over 300 community members enjoyed the food, fun filled attractions and DJ dancing.
San Diego American Indian pow wow trails lead to the Old Town Ballard center from 6-8:30 pm. with smiles and stories to tell each Tuesday evening.
In November, Soaring Eagles will go ‘back to the basics’ of American Indian dance instruction. Soaring Eagle dance classes schedule: November 2, 9, 16, 30 and December 7, 14, 2010.
Native American month, November, we will look forward to seeing you and your family at the next American Indian event and Soaring Eagle dance workshop, 11/2/2010, Old Town Ballard Parent center.
KPBS is running a 5 part American Indian History series on PBS, We Shall Remain. Chris Eyre is the director and you can watch them on-line too. There are some good outfits from Eastern Tribal groups to see and some good education for your friends, family, and children.
Here is the link:
Our American Indian traditions are a dynamic, living experience and these workshops continue to nurture and they are made a part of the lifelong memories that are added to the tribal memory of the American Indian children. We are following in the paths of wisdom taught by our American Indian Elders and ancestors. These children will tell their children how things were when they were young. The continuity of culture and tribal tradition of will restore the hoop of the world, for all the people. We, as individuals, always need to remember, it is not about us, and it is for the children!
For more information: Vickie Gambala
San Diego Unified School District
Title VII Indian Education Program
Everyone is welcome!
San Diego American Indian calendar events can be seen 7/24 on the web: americanindiansource.com