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Indian Canyon Storytelling 23rd Annual Indigenous Gathering

Costanoan Indian Research in Indian Canyon

Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
RSVP by Donation Sep 28, 2019 Enter donation ($)
Adult Sep 28, 2019 $20.00 $2.29
Student Sep 28, 2019 $10.00 $1.94
Children under 10 years of age Sep 28, 2019 Free $0.00
Volunteer Sep 28, 2019 Free $0.00

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Before this event:  PRAYER RUN [Mission San Juan Bautista to Indian Canyon]

open to the public - contact kanyon@kanyonkonsulting.com for more info

 

Costanoan Indian Research - Non-Profit - Presents the

23rd Annual

Storytelling and Indigenous Gathering 
in Indian Canyon, Hollister, CA

~~~~Storytellers, Singers, Dancers, Artists~~~~

Traditional Storytelling and Native Dance
Gathering, Sharing, Learning, Teaching

Traditional Dancers
Indigenous Storytellers
Native Artists

Cultural Revitalization

~~Family Event~~

Entry by donation : Adults 20 - Students 10 - Under 10 FREE


Come to Ohlone Trust Land and learn more/live/enjoy the day

 

-----------------Good to know---------------

This is Sovereign Native land - please be respectful.
We are an off-the-grid, non-profit organization, plan accordingly (Cash/Check accepted)
Bring sunscreen & hats for the day, blankets or jackets for the night.

Welcome to bring your own food if need be

Food prepared at the event (BBQ Meat, Seasonal Veggies, Green Salad, Fruit Salad). 
Soft drink bar available. Tea and coffee will be provided for free. This is an alcohol and drug-free event. Seating provided, however, we do encourage you to bring your own folding chair.

~Modest attire please, thank you~


***If you’re not able to attend the event, we would appreciate your donation. If you would like to preregister, please make check or money order payable to: Costanoan Indian Research, Inc. Mail to: Indian Canyon Ranch P.O. Box 28 Hollister Ca 95024-0028. 


All Donations are tax deductible (501-C3ID#680287736).


www.indiancanyonlife.org

www.indiancanyon.org


From HOLLISTER
Union road to the wine trail and pass Hollister Hills
follow Cienega Road
merge onto Grass Valley Road (at top of hill, .1mile)
Turn Left onto Dirt Road....Follow Signs "Indian Canyon" - One mile thorugh vineyard



Google Map to find Indian Canyon:
http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=206080744328615404517.000480744437e58ddb621&msa=0

Have questions about Indian Canyon Storytelling 23rd Annual Indigenous Gathering? Contact Costanoan Indian Research in Indian Canyon

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Indian Canyon Nation Cultural Center
I lndian Canyon Rd
Hollister, CA 95023

Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)


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Costanoan Indian Research in Indian Canyon

Indian Canyon is a refuge and a peaceful place for people in the world who do not have sacred land for performing their ceremonies. Almost 5,000 visitors participate in rituals, educational programs, and vision quests annually.  It is an irreplaceable resource for community events, as well as a place to preserve cultural heritage.

Indian Canyon is the only land continuously held by the Ohlone people, the first inhabitants of the San Francisco and Monterey Bay Areas. Indian Canyon is the only federally recognized "Indian Country" along coastal Northern California From Santa Barbara to Sonoma. 
In order to provide a place for Indigenous people who need land for ceremony, Indian Canyon hosts over five sweat lodges, beautiful arbor area for gatherings, and offers a round house area (site for our future traditional Village House) for special events. In addition to offering 30-40 areas for individual prayer and ceremony. Indian Canyon provides research and exchange opportunities for students and interns from throughout Northern California. 
All kinds of wildlife, flora and fauna, can be found in Indian Canyon, including Coastal Live Oak, Madrone, Buckeyes, Sycamore, Pine and Cottonwood, Deer, Red-tail hawks, Stellar Jays, Owls, Hummingbirds, Foxes and Coyotes, along with the occasional visiting Condors (during ceremony visiting from Pinnacles Park who are reintroducing Condors to the area). Located south of Hollister, this private remote Canyon may be visited by invitation.

We are ever thankful for your generous contributions, energies, and prayers.  We just want to keep you up-to-date about our current gatherings.  If you want to help in anyway, pleasecontact Kanyon or check up on our wishlist

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