Celebrate the rich history, culture and art of the first California human inhabitants
Sierra College’s Native American Club, the New Legacy Committee, the Sierra College Press and Heyday Books will cosponsor a four-day event: Indigenous Peoples Days during its Yomen Weda or Spring Equinox Festival at Sierra College on the Rocklin Campus. The event is designed to explore and celebrate California’s indigenous peoples and to connect the campus and regional community with the richness and depth of Indian culture in the Sierra Nevada and region.
Four days of lectures, films and events will culminate in a California-style Big Time, Saturday, March 22. The celebration will feature lectures and films by Native American specialists who will discuss health and wellness, recovery, acceptance, ethnobotany, art, literature, environmental issues, and much more. Demonstrations will include tool, implement and musical instrument making and regalia design.
The Sierra College Rocklin Campus is located at 5000 Rocklin Road, Rocklin, CA 95677. There is a $3 parking fee on campus. Permits can be purchased at the dispensers located on the parking lots.
For more information contact Sierra College Press Editor, Joe Medeiros at: firstname.lastname@example.org/ (916) 660-8250. Also: www.sierracollege.edu/events