Who are the Wisdom Keepers? A’shá & kiji are Shawano descendere. Together, in their unforgettable style, they share the Wisdom of their Ancestors and forever transform audiences around the world.
Does this event have any religious affiliations? No, it does not. It is about meaningful personal development and is not affiliated with any specific path of belief.
What will happen during the event? Share time with others, learn about the four basic stepping stones of the Path to Powáka – fear, time, happiness, and vision – and get valuable action-steps for immediate improvement.
Why should I attend? If you have persistent concerns that keep you awake at night with worry, you feel you don’t have enough time in your day, you’ve lost the joy you had before, or you feel a need to define who you are and why you are here – this is for you.
What should I wear? This event is casual and we want you to be comfortable. Dress in comfortable clothing, as you would for a relaxed time with friends. Jeans, t shirts, shorts, and other casual wear are perfectly acceptable and welcome.
Can I invite a friend to come along? Oh, my, YES! Guests of guests are always welcome. However, please purchase a ticket for each person in your group, as space is limited.
What can I expect afterwards? Your attendance brings with it admittance to the Sagáni Lodge of the WeWán Society where you are invited to continue your Path to Powáka and further exploration of the four basic stepping stones. You will have new friends with whom to share the Journey, as the Wisdom Keepers continue to bring you valuable content and opportunities for growth.
How can I become a Pódawe host? Please express your interest in hosting a Pódawe with either your evening’s host or the Wisdom Keepers. We would love to explore this with you.
Cedar Bog Nature Preserve was the first nature preserve in Ohio purchased with state money and is considered by many to be Ohio’s premiere natural area. Owned by the state of Ohio, the site is operated by the non-profit Cedar Bog Association for the Ohio History Connection.
Cedar Bog is a National Natural Landmark, one of only twenty-five in the state of Ohio – recognized for its national significance. It ranks the highest of any site in the state on the Ohio Floristic Diversity Index for its great diversity of plants.