A big thank you to everyone who came out to support! We raised over $2500 between these two events, and the camp requested a large chainsaw to deal with some of their over-sized lumber. We were able to pick up a Stihl 661 saw, with a 28″ bar and extra chains to help the water protectors tackle the big lumber! It’s beautiful what we can accomplish when we come together for a good cause!
Friday January 6th, In the Heart of the Beast Theatre:
Doors Open at 7pm Performances 8pm-Midnight.
Suggested donation: $10-$20 (pay what you can)
-Anishinabeg Ogichida Bald Eagle Society Drum Group/Little Pipestone Sundance Singers and Drummers, sharing songs in the Sundance and PowWow spirit.
-Video Documentary Screenings by the Tomorrow’s Ancestors Speak project.
-Curated Music by DJ Arrowhead, Kelly Shay (Dj Enigma), Kulcha Human, and special guests.
Local Elders and Youth will share their voices, with updates and stories from the front lines, and updates from Mn350 on projects affecting our local waters.
Proceeds from this event directly benefits women and children at Standing Rock, and helps bring awareness to the Sandpiper/Line 3 Pipeline project in Minnesota.
In the drum circle tradition, we will also host a pot-luck. Bring a dish to share!
I will be there together with the little Pipestone Sundance big drum singers.
It is guaranteed to be a spiritual experience; please be a part of it.