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Elijah Elk Cultural Center for Living Culture and Traditions Seventh Generation Program

7957 East Remus Road, Mt. Pleasant, MI. 48858

7th Generation Programs News

Baby Celebration - Thursday, December 7, 2017 at 5:30pm
Published: 11/28/2017 1:31:00 PM - 7th Generation Programs

Please join us in celebrating the newest members of our community!
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Recap of 2017 Baby Prom
Published: 11/20/2017 2:10:00 PM - 7th Generation Programs

Healthy Start Program wants to thank all the people who made the fanciest dress dance party such fabulous occasion. One of our goals is to incorporate culture along with fun and learning, which is easy when we get to collaborate with special knowledgeable people such as Lee Ann with her staff at 7th gen, Behavioral Health Prevention specialist and DJ Lupe , Language specialist Isabelle, last but not least Judy and Jenna from Nimkee Public Health.
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Drums Out "Singing for Fun"
Published: 11/16/2017 4:08:00 PM - 7th Generation Programs

Thursday Nights from 6-8 p.m. at the 7th Generation Blue House
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Listen, Laugh and Learn with Us

The Elijah Elk Cultural Center offers a wide variety of fun and educational programs for our friends and neighbors every week. With over twenty years experience designing unique and fun hands-on cultural programs, we offer both adults and children a memorable cultural experience that will entertain and awaken their appreciation of Ojibwe Culture.

Visitors to the Cultural Center can make hand-made woodland arts and crafts or listen to our expert cultural presenters explain our Anishinabe lifeways. From making a Medicine Wheel to learning how herbal medicines can help restore balance and meaning to your life are just a couple of ways you can learn and relax with us. Discover what Anishinabe people have always known, how we can improve the lives of our children and their by conservation and stewardship of the land and environment.

Whatever your area of interest, our professional staff can tailor a program to meet your unique needs. To learn more call LeeAnn Ruffino at (989) 775-4780.