6650 E. Broadway • Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
Phone: 989-775-4750 • Fax: 989-775-4770
Open Mon. thru Sat. 10am - 6pm • Closed Sundays



JANUARY 2014

January 16
Community Cradleboard Project Kick-Off
Here’s an exciting opportunity to be a part of the Ziibiwing Center Museum.
You are invited to help create three cradleboards for the Blood Memory Area of the Permanent Exhibit. These cradleboards will represent the Tribes of the Three Fires Confederacy (Ojibwe/Chippewa, Ottawa and Potawatomi).
Beginning January 16 and until completed, come to the Ziibiwing Lobby Monday thru Friday during normal business hours to help complete these cradleboards and become a part of history! If there are questions contact Judy Pamp at 989.775.4735



FEBRUARY 2014 (top)


February 18
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm
Performance Circle classes are held every Tuesday. We will hold the first class from 4p.m. until 5:30p.m. We will then evaluate the class size and students needs to determine if we need to split the class into smaller groups to offer the best learning opportunities (Senior Class 4pm until 5:30pm & Junior Class 5:30pm until 6:30pm)
Sign-up today for this 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginners may join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers may join the Sr. Performance Circle.
The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music and language.) It also strives to prepare our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.
Download the Spring 2014 Registration Form(.pdf)

February 8-15
Collection Showing
The Ziibiwing Center will present cultural material from the late 19th century to the present. Object types that characterize traditional Anishinabek art will be exhibited. The major object types- beadwork, quillwork, ribbon work, birch bark, clothing, weavings and wood can be identified as being inter-tribal and reflective of an evolving art style.

The Ojibwe word Anishinabe(k) is an ethnonym or the proper name by which a people or ethnic group is called or known. Anishinabe is interpreted as first man lowered from above and placed on the earth but also refers to other Algonquian tribes in the Great Lakes region.
Join William Johnson, center curator, on Saturday Feb. 8 from 10am – 3pm as he presents this showing.

February 25
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.


MARCH 2014 (top)

March 4
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

March 11
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

 

March 14
New Exhibit VIP Sneak Preview (By Invitation)

March 15
New Exhibit Grand Opening
More information will be provided soon!

March 18
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

March 20-22
MIEC Critical Issues Conference
More information will be provided soon!

March 25
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

March 27
THPO OPEN HOUSE • 4pm - 6pm

Welcome Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Charmaine Shawana at the Ziibiwing Center. Light refreshments served. Door Prizes!



APRIL 2014 (top)

April 8
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

April 14-17
Tribal Library Archives & Museums Midwest Institute
More information will be provided soon!

April 15
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

April 15 • 6pm
Mount Pleasant Indian Industrial Boarding School Readers Theater


April 21-25
Mother Earth Week
Teachers, call and book today! Open to K-6 grades and limited to 60 students per day. Bring your own brown bag lunch and learn about the history of wild rice, wild rice harvesting, and language teachings. Experience hands-on environmental activities and enjoy wild rice sampling. Admission is $4 per student and $2 per educator. For more information or to make your reservation, contact Glenna Genereaux at (989) 775-4744 or email ggenereaux@sagchip.org.

facebook April 22
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

April 30 • 10am - 6pm
Changing Exhibit Part II: 3D Objects



MAY 2014 (top)

May 1-2
Ziibiwing’s 10th Birthday Sale
Come celebrate our birthday with us as we turn 10! The Ziibiwing Center and Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort gift shops are selling off hundreds of items at rummage sale prices in the Grand Entrance Lobby of the Ziibiwing Center. Special activities will be held! Be sure to mark your calendar to join us for the greatest sale of the year!

May 3
Bird Day Celebration • 1-4pm
Come join us for a FREE day of educational fun for the entire family. View a special dance performance, as well as a live bird presentation. Enjoy children's activities, door prizes and more.

May 10-17
Collection Showing
The Ziibiwing Center is home to an impressive collection of oil paintings by world renowned artist Hubert Wackerman. Wackerman was born in Germany in 1945 and immigrated to Canada in 1979. While in Canada he was exposed to American Indian culture in Southern Ontario. Wackerman spent many years living and traveling with his subjects and eventually moved to New Mexico to continue his work.
Bequeathed to the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan by Caleb E. Calkins in April 2001, these paintings offer an authentic glimpse into the world of the North American Indian. Wackerman’s careful research of the people, their surroundings and relevant wildlife resulted in detailed and vibrant paintings.

May 17 • 11am - 4pm
Decolonization Writing Workshop
with poet, novelist and MSU Professor, Gordon Henry. Gordon Henry is a poet and novelist whose works has received awards and been translated and published in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Argentina and Greece.  His first novel, The Light People, won an American Book Award in 1995 and has recently been reissued from Michigan State University Press.  He's a Professor of English and American Indian Studies at Michigan State University and Senior Editor of the American Indian Studies Series at Michigan State University Press. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet and receive insight and instruction from an incredibly talented artist with an authentic Anishinabe perspective. FREE & OPEN to the Public.  Call 989.775.4750 to register.


May 20
Performance Circle Graduation • 6-9pm
Students will demonstrate what they have learned by showcasing cultural dance and songs for family and friends at the Broadway Theatre, 216 E. Broadway, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858. A reception will follow the performance. This event is free and open to the public.



JUNE 2014 (top)

June 6
Honoring, Healing & Remembering 7am - 4pm
Held at the Mt. Pleasant Indian Industrial Boarding School site

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June 21
Community Cultural Teaching at the Sanilac Petroglyphs (near Cass City, Michigan) • 11am-3pm
The Sanilac Petroglyph (Ezhibiigaadek Asin-Written on Stone) is not only a place of natural beauty and wonder; it is a sacred ceremonial site for our people. Our people have been traveling to the site for many generations. Come and join us as we honor their teachings and take on the role of stewardship. We continue to host our yearly Summer Community Cultural Teachings and Celebration on these sacred grounds due to cultivating collaborative relationships with Michigan's DNR. We show respect for Mother Earth and recognize the important role we have as guardians of our sacred sites. Our guests and the Ziibiwing Center¹s staff members go to great measures to protect Asin (rock) and Shkagmigkwe (Mother Earth) while we are hosting our event. Due to the deterioration of the markings within Asin, there will be limited cleansing in order to protect it.



JULY 2014 (top)

July 5
American Indian Dance: Men & Women's Traditional • 12pm, 2pm & 4pm
Free and open to the public. Traditional dance is the oldest form of dance for men and women. The men's traditional dance tells the story of creation, combat, and hunting. The women's traditional dance honors the connection women share with mother earth. Women traditional dancers are called the "backbone of our nation." Call 989-775-4750 for more information.

July 12
American Indian Dance: Men's Grass & Women's Jingle • 12pm, 2pm & 4pm
Free and open to the public. Long ago, men's grass dancers were responsible for preparing a ceremonial clearing through dance. This form of dance represents the movement of blowing grass. The women's jingle dress was born from a young Ojibwe woman's dream to heal her people. There are 365 tin or copper cones attached to the dress that represent each day of the year. Each cone is filled with a prayer, and as the cones "dance" the prayers are released. Call 989-775-4750 for more information.

July 19
American Indian Dance: Men's Fancy Feather & Women's Fancy Shawl • 12pm, 2pm & 4pm
Free and open to the public. Men's fancy feather dancers are dressed in two multi-colored feather bustles around their neck and waste. Fancy dancers will amaze you with their high jumps, spins and fancy footwork. Women's Fancy Shawl, also called the "Butterfly Dance", began in the mid-20th century. Women are dressed in intricate beadwork and matching shawls that create beauty in motion as these dancers perform dazzling footwork and spins. Call 989-775-4750 for more information.

July 22
NativeFest – Car Bingo
The Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture & Lifeways is hosting NativeFest, a 3-day celebration of North American Indian Culture. The 9th Annual Indian Car Bingo will be held in the Ziibiwing Parking Lot (Rain or Shine). Participants who purchase a bingo packet will enjoy playing bingo from their car with a chance to WIN fabulous prizes including a cover-all grand prize of a $1,000 gift card. Call 989-775-4750 for more information .

July 23
NativeFest – Music & Comedy
The Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture & Lifeways is hosting NativeFest, a 3-day celebration of North American Indian Culture. Come enjoy listening to live music and comedy. The Music & Comedy Night will have FREE food, fun and family entertainment. Call 989-775-4750 for more information.

July 24-31
NativeFest – Collection Showing
Smokey Joe Jackson was a gifted woodcarver of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan. Born in 1921 in Rosebush, Michigan his work is known for its meticulous attention to detail and use of color. Through his manipulation of wood and skilled carving & painting techniques he produced realistic sculptures of animals, birds, fish and snakes. As a self-taught artist he embraced careful observation which he incorporated into his work.

The Chippewa Nature Center in Midland, Michigan donated the Smokey Joe Jackson Collection to the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan in January 2000. Through their generosity the Ziibiwing Center preserves this collection for future generations and shares it with the world.





AUGUST 2014 (top)

August 2-20 • 10am – 6pm
Art Walk Central
More information will be provided soon!

August 4-8
Dikinaagan (Cradleboard) Workshop • Mon. - Fri. 5pm - 7pm
The Anishinabek believe children are gifts from the Creator to be respected, nurtured and loved. Our families create beautiful cradleboards (dikinaaganan) for their babies (abinoojiinsag.) Learn about these beautiful works of art and the role they play in our community. Learn first-hand how they are constructed and how to properly use them. This workshop is limited to 10 participants who will help assure the transference of our Anishinabe cultural knowledge on to the next generations.


August 9 • 1pm - 4pm
World Indigenous People’s Day Film Screenings

August 14 • 9am - 6pm
American Indian Boarding School Educator’s Training



SEPTEMBER 2014 (top)

September 6 • 10am – 6pm
Grandparent’s Day
More information will be provided soon!

September 13
Monarch Butterfly Celebration • 1-4pm
Free and open to the public. This will be a memorable experience that is fun for the entire family. Enjoy a dance performance from our fancy shawl dancers (which is sometimes called the "Butterfly Dance"). Enjoy children's activities, face painting, door prizes and more!

September 23
Performance Circle Sign-Up • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Performance Circle classes are held every Tuesday. We will hold the first class from 4p.m. until 5:30p.m. We will then evaluate the class size and students needs to determine if we need to split the class into smaller groups to offer the best learning opportunities (Senior Class 4pm until 5:30pm & Junior Class 5:30pm until 6:30pm)
Sign-up today for this 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginners may join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers may join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music and language.) It also strives to prepare our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

Download the Fall 2014 Registration Form(.pdf)


September 30
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

September 30
Changing Exhibit Closes
Heritage Special throughout the months of September, October and November
(K-8 Classes – Call for Details)
Heritage Specials include a guided tour and dance presentation.
The cost is $4.00 per student and $2.00 per teacher.



OCTOBER 2014 (top)

October 6-10  
Artist-in-Residence • Iliana Bennett
More information to follow.

October 7
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

October 13
Indigenous People’s Day
More information will be provided soon!

October 14
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

October 15
Eagle Feather Cleansing • 1-6pm
Free and open to the public. Participate with members from the Anishinabe Ogitchedaw Veteran & Warrior Society, Eagle Clan, and Ziibiwing staff in cleaning and honoring the eagle feathers in the Ziibiwing Collection. You may also bring your own personal eagle feathers (or bird feathers) to clean and honor. Some restrictions may apply.

October 16 - 17
Eagle Feather Honoring • 1-6pm
Free and open to the public. Honor and visit the eagle feathers in the Ziibiwing Collections. A bowl will be available to leave your semaa (tobacco) offering which will be placed in a sacred fire.

October 17
Eagle Feather Feast • 6-8pm
Free and open to the public. Join with members from the Anishinabe Ogitchedaw Veterans & Warriors Society, Eagle Clan and Ziibiwing staff in feasting with the eagle feathers in the Ziibiwing Collections. You may also bring your own personal eagle feathers (or bird feathers) to the feast. A sacred fire will be lit to place your semaa (tobacco) offerings. Please bring a dish to pass - no poultry or other bird dishes. Some restrictions may apply.

October 17
Native Skywatchers Presentation & Book Signing • 1:00pm-2:00pm
Free Admission. Open to the Public. CMU, through the Olga J. & G. Roland Denison Visiting Professorship of Native American Studies, is bringing the Native Skywatchers Presenters to Mt. Pleasant, MI. The presenters are Annette S. Lee, Carl Gawboy, William Wilson, Jeff Tibbetts and Charlene O’Rourke. They will give an overview of the “Four Directions Stargazing-Follow the Seasons: Follow the Stars” Program. In particular, they will discuss the stars of the Fall and Winter, Ojibwe stars and astronomical connections. CMU will host them at a presentation following their Ziibiwing visit.

October 21
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

October 28
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

Heritage Special throughout the months of September, October and November
(K-8 Classes – Call for Details)
Heritage Specials include a guided tour and dance presentation.
The cost is $4.00 per student and $2.00 per teacher.


NOVEMBER 2014 (top)

November 4
Healing Through Culture and Art Shawl Collection
Grand Opening November 4 11am-3pm
Exhibit runs through February 28, 2015
This collection was created with a cultural approach to increase awareness and emphasize cardiac health and care. The artist, Dr. Suzanne L. Cross, is a member and elder of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan. She is also an open heart surgery survivor. The 13 shawls in this exhibit were created in recognition of the 13 moons from the Anishinabe Creation Story. Each shawl has its own story designed to encourage American Indian women to recognize the value of changing lifeways to prolong and save lives.

November 4
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

November 7
Spirit Feast • 6-8pm
Free and open to the public. Come experience with us the Anishinabe ceremony that honors our ancestors and loved ones that have gone on before us. It is also a healing ceremony for those of us who are still grieving. This is a time to share the special food, photos, and stories of the one(s) who touched your life. Please bring your feast bundles. Call 989-775-4750 for more information.

November 11
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

November 15-22
Collection Showing
Look into Rare Books or Historical Documents of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan.

November 18
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

November 20-22
Circle of Indigenous Arts
More information will be provided soon!

November 25
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

Heritage Special throughout the months of September, October and November
(K-8 Classes – Call for Details)
Heritage Specials include a guided tour and dance presentation.
The cost is $4.00 per student and $2.00 per teacher.



DECEMBER 2014 (top)

December 2
Performance Circle Class • 4pm-5:30pm / 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Make sure to attend tonight as part of our 12-week certification program! Ages 3-16, beginner dancers can join the Jr. Performance Circle and ages 6-16, experienced dancers can join the Sr. Performance Circle. The mission of the Anishinabe Performance Circle is aimed at promoting and enhancing positive self-images of all children through the use of traditional Anishinabe arts (storytelling, dance, music, and language), and preparing our youth as leaders in a multicultural society. Dare to learn the culture and share it with others.

December 11 • 5:30pm-8pm
Annual Appreciation Dinner (By Invitation Only)
More information will be provided soon!

December 13 • 12pm-4pm
Community Cultural Teaching & Feast
More information will be provided soon!

December 16
Performance Circle Graduation • 6-9pm
Students will demonstrate what they have learned by showcasing cultural dance and songs for family and friends at the Broadway Theatre:
216 E. Broadway
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858.
A reception will follow the performance. This event is free and open to the public.

December 24 & 25
The Ziibiwing Center will be closed in celebration of the holiday season.