2017 Indigenous Peoples Days

October 5th – 9th

Thursday, 5th

9:00 A.M.- 2:00 P.M.

Youth Program at Kulu

(Nevada, Yuba & Sacramento County Schools)

Friday, 6th

9:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.

Youth Program at Kulu

(Nevada, Yuba & Sacramento County Schools)

6:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M. 

Opening Ceremony on the corner of Union and Broad St in downtown Nevada City

Mother Drum and Round Dance with ThozWomenz and the Native Youth Dancers

speakers: Chairman Don Ryberg, spiritual elder Fred ‘Coyote’ Downey and others

Saturday, 7th

7:00 A.M.-9:00 P.M.  Kulu

Sunrise Ceremony, Roberto Garcia Spirit Run & Calling Back the Salmon Ceremony,

Community Feast (Please bring a dish to share), Celebration, Community Drum, California Bears  &  Veteran’s Warriors Talking Circle

Sunday, 8th

9:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M.  Kulu

Women’s Circle, Descendants’ Circle, Celebration,  & Vendors

Revitalizing Indigenous Food & Medicine

5:30 P.M. Richard Prout Memorial Dinner

Monday, 9th

7:00 A.M. – 10:00 P.M.

Special Indigenous Peoples Day  radio broadcast.

KVMR Nevada City (89.5 FM) KVMR.org

 

For more information call: 530 645 3186

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Location

212121

Fri, Sat & Sun
Kulu
(Sycamore Ranch Park)
5390 Hwy 20,
Browns Valley, CA

Between Marysville & Grass Valley

Drug & Alcohol Free

Food & Crafts

Vending Available

Camping Available

Pets allowed in
camping area only.
No pets allowed
during ceremony

Pata Panaka

Pata Panaka
(Burton Homestead)
16200 Lake Vera Purdon Rd,
Nevada City, CA 95959

Kulu (Sycamore Ranch)

Kulu

Friday-Youth Program

Saturday-Calling Back the Salmon Ceremony

Sunday-Day of Celebration with song, music, dance and stories

Save the dates!

Contact Information