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For ten memorable years, Red Earth Descendants have hosted and sponsored dozens of events, projects, camps and community service activities, free of charge for our community. We have considered it the highest honor to serve the People. It is an auspicious and amazing privilege to host the 20th Annual World Peace and Prayer Day gathering, with Arvol Looking Horse attending and officiating, representing a beautiful prayer in action for us. We thank you, our community, for considering making a donation to help fund the enormity of this gathering. Please click "read more" below!
You are cordially invited to attend the upcoming 20th Annual International World Peace and Prayer Day/Honoring Sacred Sites Day, taking place once again this year, June 18-21, 2015. Ceremonies will be held under the guidance of Chief Arvol Looking Horse and Elders of the local Tribal Nations with prayers and offerings from attending Wisdom Keepers, Elders and honored guests.
Red Earth Descendants presents
Dancing Salmon Home
The Award winning Documentary of The Winnemem Wintu Tribes struggle to return their Salmon relatives to Mt. Shasta
Saturday October 25th 6pm at the Ashland community Center
Serving roasted buffalo and other lite appetizers, beverages and dessert provided ~ Pendleton blanket raffle
$15-25 sliding All proceeds scale donated to Winnememem
Chief Caleen Sisk and filmmaker Will Doolittle to speak and take questions
World Peace and Prayer Day/Honoring Sacred Sites Day is in its 20th year of international celebration. Ceremonies will be held under the guidance of Chief Arvol Looking Horse and Elders of the local Tribal Nations with prayers and offerings from attending Wisdom Keepers, Elders and honored guests. We encourage people of all Nations to step forward in recognizing the value of their own cultural roots and in so doing, reconnecting with the strengths and wisdom that all traditional cultures hold in common--our connection to each other and to the Earth.
Red Earth Descendants invites you to our 9th Annual Elder/Youth Conference
Combining camps with Grandma Aggie's Annual Salmon Gathering~
July 2 - 5, 2014~
Conference and camp taking place on the beautiful Rogue River in Gold Hill~
1275 Upper River Road, Gold Hill~
Take exit 40 off I-5, go east to stop sign, make a left and then an immediate right on Upper River Road, go a few miles and look for the yellow dome house on the left--that's the spot!
Elder/Youth Conference is FREE to our community and the public!
St. Clair Productions presents
R. Carlos Nakai
Native American Flute
with Will Clipman, percussion
Silent Auction to benefit Red Earth Descendants
Friday, March 28, 2014 • 8pm
Tickets: $25/advance, $28/door, $10/teens 12-17,
children under 12 are free with paying adult.
Unitarian Fellowship, 4th and C Streets, Ashland
Tickets may be purchased at www.stclairevents.com, by calling 541-535-3562 or at the Music Coop in downtown Ashland.
R Carlos Nakai
Our 8th Annual Native Storytelling Conference was a wonderful, magical success last weekend. When we gather once a year for these sacred, sweet, and often very funny stories, we allow ourselves an afternoon to step back into the important tradition of listening, learning and appreciating life lessons from stories of time immemorial. Each one has a significant and crucial role in the sharing of history--both cultural and physical, from the First Peoples of this continent. To read more, scroll down to bottom of photos to "read more!"