Sep 29 Thursday
Come learn all about ocean and river cruising, where you can sail to fascinating ports-of-call throughout the world in total luxury. Plus, find out how AAA Travel can add real value to your cruise with exclusive AAA Member benefits, special offers, one-of-a-kind perks and more! Come join us on Thursday September 29th starting at 6:30pm at the Country Inn and Suites at 4257 Haines Rd Duluth, Mn 55811. Please RSVP online athttps://wisconsin.aaa.com/events, or call 218-723-8055.
Oct 01 Saturday
Join the American Indian Community Housing Organization at the last Food and Art Market of the season. You will find local food and art vendors in the parking lot at Central Hillside Community Center. At this market, participate in our archery activity led by 1854 Treaty Authority.
Entrepreneurs will be selling items such as garden-grown produce, frozen meats, smoked white fish, wild rice, fermented foods, Indigenous teas, maple syrup, jams and jellies, herbs, honey, wild rice cupcakes, salves and cannabidiol products. Artwork on sale includes prints, apparel, beadwork, jewelry and more.
SNAP/EBT benefits are accepted.
Anamakaageg! Everyone is welcome.
AICHO’s Food & Art Markets are funded by the MN Dept of Agriculture, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, LISC (grants to entrepreneurs), Essentia Health, SHIP, McKnight, NW Area Foundation, Hunger Solutions
Oct 05 Wednesday
Join AICHO and our community partners Mashkawisen and St. Louis County, Minnesota Public Health via Zoom for a cultural zoom session on cultural healing with recovery from addiction.
Our guest speaker Sharyl Whitehawk is a Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Ojibwe tribal member and is a Level III Addictions Counselor & LADC at the Khunsi Onikan Native Women’s Treatment Program at the American Indian Family Center in St. Paul, MN. She will discuss why using culturally based teachings, ceremonies, and curriculum helps most Native American people do much better in treatment and recovery.
This webinar/zoom is part 1 of a 3 part Indigenous Health Series that AICHO is putting together in partnership with St. Louis County Public Health.Free and open to the public, but know that this will center on the American Indian/First Nations experience.
Sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Human Services Behavioral Health Division via our Waaseyaa Healing Grant and St. Louis County Public Health.
Registration by Friday, September 30 at 5 pm. Registrants will receive the Zoom link on Oct. 3.
Flyer by Moira Villiard