A special presentation of Sean Owen's film, "Sing Birds" will highlight the family event.
We congratulate film maker Sean Owen. "Sing Birds" was just nominated for best documentary feature at the American Indian Film Institute in San Francisco.
If you haven't seen this powerful film yet, the Banning High event is your chance.
The event also will feature:
Morongo Bird Singers & Dancers.
Gourd Rattles and Other Crafts.
Delicious Frybread and Other Foods.
Demos, Displays, Cultural Activities.
Details: 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Nov. 19
Banning High School, 100 Westward, Banning
Sponsors: Banning Unified School District, Banning Unified Indian Education Program, Banning High/Nicolet School Indian Club; RSBCIHI Native Challenge Project, Dorothy Ramon Learning Center.
On Nov. 19 and 20 Dorothy Ramon Learning Center also is participating in and co-sponsoring Waat: A Celebration of First Cultures, at Crafton Hills Community College. This excellent program offers fun, hands-on education programs for the region's elementary students and their teachers.