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ALL ARE WELCOME TO LEARN ABOUT OUR MISSION AND VISION FOR THE FUTURE, AND EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO OUR EVENTS.

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Whistling Elk visits the OYA/Oregon Youth Authorities

Some of our relations,local Southern Oregon Native peoples, have been working with the OYA for more than sixteen years. Members of the Local Native Veteran's Society, Founders of the Grants Pass Indian Center and the Whistling Elk Drum returned for a visit with the OYA. The Staff over there make us feel right at home when we visit, the way they look after us, and we always feel welcome. The Drum has visited several times now over the years.

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R.E.D. takes Native Games to Coos Tribal youth

Last week, over Spring Break, a group of shinny players representing R.E.D. traveled over to the Coos Tribe to teach a group of kids how to play shinny (our adopted game of stickball). The invitation from the Coos Tribe came some months ago, after the gifting of a set of shinny sticks to the Coos Title VII Program (Indian Education) at last year's Elder/Youth Conference.

Red Earth Descendants H.O.Y.E. Native Games 2010 - Song by Whistling Elk

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The Red Earth Descendants, NASU, Ashland Youth/Leadership Council 2010 Help Our Youth Excel Native Games Tournament recap. Song by Whistling Elk.

First Nation Radio - March 28, 2010

First Nation Radio recorded at KSKQ LP 94.9 FM in Ashland Oregon. Native American music, news, voices of the generations, oral traditions, elders, native music, skits, jokes, stories, poems and live songs. 
Hour 1 >> Download Here 47 MB
Hour 2 >> Download Here 46 MB

First Nation Radio - March 28, 2010

First Nation Radio recorded at KSKQ LP 94.9 FM in Ashland Oregon. Native American music, news, voices of the generations, oral traditions, elders, native music, skits, jokes, stories, poems and live songs. 
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Hour 1 >> Download Here 47 MB
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Ed Little Crow Book Release

Bringing back more book sales!

"A Opchine WaLa Ohkon. . .Dreaming of a True World"

Stories, Poems, Memories
by Ed Little Crow

At our last introduction of Ed's book at the R.E.D. Storytelling Conference on the Winter Solstice, our first round of books sold out quickly and we promised a second round would be available for our community soon. They have arrived and the next public sale and signing will take place at the SOU Spring Pow Wow April 10 and 11. (SOU McNeal Gym on Whitman St. in Ashland, table for books will be set up by Noon).

Whislting Elk @ Gathering of the 9 Oregon Tribes - 2009

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One of our songs. Thanks to Lucas for putting these videos up on Youtube for us.

Monthly Social

We welcome you to attend our first-Saturday-of-the-month Social this coming weekend, April 3 at 5 p.m.. Please click onto our calendar for more information.

Feather Blessing this Sunday, March 28, 2010

You are invited to participate in the next Feather Blessing at the Prayer Pole (sculpture) in downtown Ashland (on Main St. at the base of Church St.) this Sunday, March 28 at Noon.

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