2019  Events  Sep. - Dec.

 For more information:
  - on Evan Pritchard's events, see Events-Evan.  Also see: http://www.algonquinculture.org/
  - on Seed Song Farm see: http://www.SeedSongFarm.org
  - on the AJ Williams-Myer African Roots Center Library, see http://africanrootslibrary.org/
  - ANA usually meets at United Reformed Church, 11 Church Street, Bloomington, NY  12411

  - on local powwows and gatherings, See: Powwows
 -- Also see Facebook page: New York area Powwows https://www.facebook.com/NewYorkplusPowwows/

   Sun., Sep. 1, 11am-9pm: Voices of Ecology Festival continues
  Fri./Sat./Sun., Aug. 30-31, Sep 1, all day: Kipona Powwow, City Island in the Susquehanna, Harrisburg, PA. All day. Evan performs throughout the day, signing books, answering questions at his book table, for 15th consecutive year.
  Wed. Sep.11, 6:30 - 8pm: Way of the Heron workshop 6, Seed Song Farm. Applying Way of the Heron Strategies on a Broader Scale.
 Sat./ Sun., Sep. 14 - 15: 10a-6p. Ramapo Powwow, Sally’s Field, Ringwood, NJ
 Sat. / Sun., Sep. 21-22: Ramapo Powwow Honoring Veterans: VFW/American Legion Hall 151; 185 Wawayanda Trail, Middletown, NY, noon - 6pm
 Sep. 23, Mon., 5pm: Fall Equinox Ceremony & Potluck, Seed Song Farm
 Thur. Sep. 27: Andes Manta & Mamalama, at Tribal Harmony tentative TBA
 Sun. Sep. 29: Ulster Co. Hist. Soc., Bevier House, drumming, dancing, storytelling.
 Sat., Oct. 12, all day: Gathering of the Elders, Spiritual Medicine Pauwau, Seed Song Farm. Traditional healing gathering with discussions, workshops, trading, drumming, dancing, food  For more info, go to
 Thur., Oct. 17,  7-9p: The Tappan: Keepers of the River Crossings. Piermont Hist. Soc., 476 Piermont Ave, Piermont, NY 10968. Info: Sandra 917 572-7741.
 Thur., Nov. 7, Joan Henry & “Spirited” Jazz Quintet, Tribal Harmony, The Falcon Music Club, back by popular demand. Water ceremony 7pm, Evan opens 7:30p. Featured set 8 pm with “Spirited.” Falcon Live! 1348 Route 9W, Marlboro, NY 12542 (845)236-970.
  Fri., Nov. 8 - ANA meeting at Bloomington 6:30 pm
  Tues., Nov. 12 - Interfaith Thanksgiving  service at Temple Emmanuel, 6:30pm, Albany Ave. Kingston, NY.  Red Feather (Women's) Drum.
  Wed., Nov. 13, 7 pm. Stony Point ’s Converging Paths series. Reggie Ceaser talks of his experiences with Taoism and Zen while continuing traditional Matinecock beliefs & practices. Part 4 of series. Cricketown Rd, Stony Point, NY
  Fri./Sat, Nov. 15 -16: Madeleine L’Engle Conference, All Angels Church, NY City.  General announcement.




   Sat., Nov. 16, 4 - 6 pm, Rev. Miles addresses the following questions: What is Thanksgiving; the myths versus reality? Who were the Pilgrims? Who were the Wampanoag? at AJWM African Roots Center Library, 43 Gill St, Kingston, NY. Rev. Miles, descended from an uncle of Pocahontas, Opecancanough, is a member of the Pamunkey Tribe, Powhatan Nation, of Virginia. Miles is also Lead Singer and Drum Keeper of the Cloud Breaker Society, Association of Native Americans [ANA] of Mid-Hudson Valley. The Cloud Breaker Drum & Red Feather Singers will drum/sing. Free admission. For more info, see http://africanrootslibrary.org
   Sun., Nov. 24,10:30 am - Thanksgiving N ative/Christian Service at Old Dutch Reformed Church,  Kingston
  Communion will be celebrated and a luncheon follows
  Wed. , Nov. 27, 7:15 - 9 pm: Converging Paths, class #5, Evan discusses his experiences with Tibetan Buddhism, as a Mi’kmaq traditionalist. Stony Point Conference Center, 18 Cricketown Road, Stony Point, NY.  Donation $5-25.
  Thurs.,  Nov. 28: ANUSHIIK!Third Annual Native American Solidarity Thanksgiving at Stony Point Conference Center, 17 Cricketown Rd, Stony Point. (845)786-5674. The orientation and opening ceremonies begin at noon. The giving of thanks feast begins at one, with food donations accepted (“pot luck”). At 4 pm we begin the program, with presentations by various elders, native entertainers and seated chiefs, running until 9 pm. Nothing to do with pilgrims, this is a contemporary Native American spiritual gathering for giving thanks, based on age-old principles, but all are welcome. Evan will be MC. Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Ofelia Rivas, White Bear Running, among featured speakers.
  Sat., Nov. 30: 1pm. Joanne Shenandoah! Special thanksgiving Event!  The unforgettable grammy-award winning Joanne Shenandoah, and her daughter Leah, on the main stage at the Falcon live!  14 NAMA awards!
  Sun., Dec. 1, 1 - 4pm: Holiday Walking Tour of “Native” Poughkeepsie—Winnakee, the Beautiful Land. Call or email Evan to RSVP.
  Wed., Dec. 11: Converging Paths, class #6, wrap up - Two Clouds & various guests. Stony Point Conference Center, 17 Cricketown Rd, (845)786-5674.
  Fri., Dec. 13 - ANA meeting at Bloomington 6:30p
Sat., Dec. 21, 4-7pm: Winter Solstice Ceremony and Potluck, Seed Song Farm
  Dec. 21, Sat.: Winter Solstice; 11:19 pm EST

  Sun., Jan. 12: Talk on "Making the Most of Winter...Algonquin Style."TBA Learn how native people plan ahead in order to make winter as fun and rewarding as possible, a great idea any time of year. Watch for further notice.
  Wed., Jan. 15, 7pm: Tribal Harmony Native American jazz concert series begins, details to be revealed later: $20 Location: Howland Cultural Center, 477 Main Street, Beacon NY 12508 (845)831-4988 or call (845)377-1110. Tribal Harmony Winter Series:
   Sat., Feb. 1, 4-5pm: Civilization Algonquian Style. A startling new lecture and power point by Evan Pritchard about how our local indigenous people, Munsee, Mohican, and Wappingers may have started out over 14,000 years ago and what happened along the way. Saugerties Public Library, Friends of Historic Saugerties. Book signing follows. Contact Evan at evan.pritchard7@gmail.com, (845)377-1110, or Arzi McKeown at moonchild246@yahoo.com. Saugerties Public Library, 91 Washington Ave., Saugerties NY 12466 (845)246-4317.
  Wed., Feb. 19, 7 pm: Tribal Harmony celebrates Black History Month. Stay tuned for details of our winter series. Howland Cultural Center, 477 Main St, Beacon NY 12508 $20 (845)377-1110.
  Wed., March 18, 7pm: Tribal Harmony at the Howland Cultural Center. 477 Main Street, Beacon NY 12508. $20