First Nations Center
University of Wisconsin-Superior
Swenson Hall 3117
Belknap and Catlin
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
First Nations Center
News and Events Details
Welcome back for another great semester!
The Circle of Native Nations and First Nations Center is so excited about the spring semester because of all the great upcoming events! Such as Honoring Our Elders Day, A Week of Pow wow, 25th Annual CNN Pow wow, Spirit Pole Day, Johnson Open and many more!
Our weekly meeting with be held on Wednesday from 12:00 p.m. - 12:50 p.m. in the First Nations Center which is located in Swenson Hall, room 3117 (across from the elevators). All are welcome.
The Circle of Native Nations is a UW-Superior student organization that seeks to promote Native American cultural awareness by hosting many great events throughout the academic school year. Some of our annual events: Fall Walk Around at Pattison State Park, Native American Art Show, Spirit Pole Day Celebration, Honoring Our Elders Day, Circle of Native Nations Powwow and the American Indian Awareness month activities which include speakers and cultural demonstrations. All events are always open to the public and are provided free of charge.
The Circle of Native Nations and First Nations Center have been leaders in both the community and on campus, providing great cultural experiences! We look forward to meeting you at an event soon!
For more information about Circle of Native Nations or First Nations Center contact:
Gary Johnson at 715-394-8132 or Patser Lynch at 715-394-8358
|Join us for the 2nd. Annual Honoring Our Elders Day Event Feb. 26, 2014|
|Looking for current information about First Nations Center? Check out our Web site and Facebook pages.|
|Save the date for 25th. Annual Circle of Native Nations Pow Wow|
|CNN Meetings will be held on Wednesday for the Spring Semester|
|Nomination form now being accepted for "Honoring Our Elders Day"|
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