Join us in celebrating Native and Indigenous Heritage Month this November at Missouri State University! Several events are planned throughout the month beginning Saturday, 5 November 2022:
The 2nd Annual Honoring Our Veterans
American Indian Center of Springfield
and Missouri State University
The Pow-Wow is open to everyone and begins at 2:00 p.m. at Greenwood Laboratory School (1124 E Harrison, Springfield). Concessions will be available for sale, and it is suggested that you bring chairs.
This event is sponsored by the Multicultural Resource Center, The College of Humanities and Public Affairs, the Department of Sociology-Anthropology, and the Drew Lewis Foundation.
Donations are welcome at the American Indian Center of Springfield at The Drew Lewis Foundation, The Fairbanks, 1126 N Broadway Ave., Springfield, MO 65802.
Other events this month:
14 November, 5:00 p.m.: Keynote Speaker at the Mary Jean Price Multicultural Resource Center (open to everyone). Learn about the history of local stories and the influence of oral traditions from a guest speaker.
16 November, 4:00 p.m.: Native American Beadwork at the Mary Jean Price Multicultural Resource Center (current students only). Learn how to make beaded jewelry.
29 November, 7:00 p.m.: Handgame at Plaster Student Union 1st floor (current students only). Take part in a traditional Native American Handgame.
5 December, 3:00 p.m.: DiversiTEA time: Native American Tea-Time at the Mary Jean Price Multicultural Resource Center (current students only). Join in a tea party celebration.
The Mary Jean Price Multicultural Resource Center is located in the first floor of Plaster Student Union, Missouri State University.
Events listing may be found here: