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- To All Our Faithful Attendees -
Regretfully due to Budget Constraints we cannot go forward with our scheduled August 23, 24, 25, 2013, 12th Annual Indian Days. We look forward to rescheduling Indian Days in 2014. Any Traders that sent money for Trade Space will be refunded within 30 days.


Cherokee Blackfeet Cultural Circle
Four Direction Inter-Tribal Council

12th Annual
PEOPLE OF THE EARTH
CIRCLE OF NATIONS
Lee Maine
INDIAN DAYS 2013
August 23rd, 24th, 25th, 2013


Host Drum Heyna Second Sons Singers.
All Drums are Welcome. 

Contact information: 1-207-738-2477 or 1-212-666-9478
and cellphone;  1-207-731-3236.

The Theme of this Indian Days is the Peoples of the Earth
Harvesting and Agriculture Development


Additional Details to Follow



 


 


We Thank All the Nations
That Attended Indian Days
Special Thanks to the
Lakota Nation
Male Lead Dancer - Wambli Martinez
Female Lead Dancer - Shaman Bond
And The Many Dancers That Participated
 

Photos and Additional
Information to Follow Soon

Thank You, Chief Reddeer

 

Cherokee Blackfeet Cultural Circle
Four Direction Inter-Tribal Council
11th Annual
PEOPLE OF THE EARTH
Lee Maine
INDIAN DAYS 2011
August 5th thru 7th
Setup 8/4/11, Indian Days 8/5, 8/6, 8/7/11

Host Drum: Two Feathers Drums
ALL DRUMS ARE WELCOME




- MOTEL INFORMATION -


Briarwood Motor Inn
223 West Broadway, Lincoln Maine 04457
Phone: 207-794-6731
Contact: Ms. Troulis
(Call For Rates)


Lincoln House Motel
83 Main Street, Lincoln Maine 04457
Phone: 207-794-3841
Contact: Jane
Rates: Singles $50.00, Doubles $65.00


Springfield Tyme Bed & Breakfast
3 True Road, PO Box 71, Springfield Maine 04487
Phone: 207-738-2323
Fax: 207-738-2323
Contact: Bill & Judy Gould
(Call For Rates)



 

Thank You to all the Nations that
attended our 2009 Indian Days

Lakota Nation

Pamasquoddy Nation

Seneca Nation

Mohawk Nation

Cherokee Nation

Pobnoscot Nation

 

Thank You Grandfather for the many blessings and the medicines that were sent in goodness from the many nations during our recent Indian Days. To name a few: The Apache Nation, Creek Nation, Cherokee Blackfeet Nation, Awokowoni Nation, Lakota Nation, Oneida Nation, Mohawk Nation, Passamquody Nation, the great Village of Lee and surrounding Maine counties.

CHEROKEE BLACKFEET CULTURAL CIRCLE IS SHIFTING HEADQUARTERS TO MAINE

The Cherokee Blackfeet Cultural Circle (C.B.C.C.) is moving our headquarters to Lee Maine. Our tribal office will still be located in New York City. The new C.B.C.C. headquarters will be located on a 10 acre farm in Lee Maine. This move gives us much needed land for farming and other activities. It also allows us to join other tribes for greater unity. This transformation will give us greater access to develope a much closer relationship to other tribes and much needed organic food and meat.

View pictures here

Non Reservationist Indian Longhouse
60 Skunk Hill Road, Lee Maine 04455
Phone: 207-738-2477 Cell Phone: 207-731-3236

CHEROKEE BLACKFEET CULTURAL CIRCLE
60 Skunk Hill Road, PO Box 21 Lee, Maine 04455
Phone: 212-666-9478  24hr Hotline: 207-738-2477 
Cell Phone: 207-731-3236

The Time of Traditional Harvest, Festival Nowatequa (when people give thanks to all the living things of the fields and earths that help them live and to the apportioner unethalana chino sequa of great moon), Festival is customarily held at this time

Cherokee-Blackfeet Cultural Circle, P.O. Box 2070, New York, NY 10027-2825

Also available to give lectures on Indian Cultural and Traditions to Organizations, School, Colleges and Universities.

PLEASE CONTACT

CHEROKEE / BLACKFEET CULTURAL CIRCLE OF NEW YORK CITY

PHONE NUMBER : 212-666-9478
24hr Hotline: 207-738-2477
Cell Phone: 207-731-3236

WWW.CHEROKEEBLACKFEET.ORG

Cherokee Blackfeet Cultural Circle
60 Skunk Hill Road, PO Box 21 Lee, Maine 04455

The Cherokee Blackfeet Cultural Circle
Of New York City

60 Skunk Hill Road, PO Box 21 Lee, Maine 04455


For nine years the Cherokee Blackfeet Cultural Circle have provided vital services and created a cultural base for Indian People. Cities are home to the majority of Indians living in the United States. There are approximately 100,000 Cherokees in New York City by far have the largest non reservationist’s population in the Country of Indians.

Many of our people are returning to their tradition and culture ways of our Indian Ancestors. Raising awareness of our population is a continuing effort. Most people are under the illusion that the majority populations Indians are the plain Indians. My mission is to protect anti enhance Indigenous Cultural economically and for social well to foster unity with the Circle of indigenous Nations, Tribes, Kinder and Tongues.

The Indians story must be told to educate all about the many contributions of Indians to the World. The Cherokee Blackfeet Cultural Circle of New York City are a non-profit organization in New York City 501 © 3.

Obtaining resources remains a continuous struggle. The need is great, our resources are few and we need your help. This is why we are counting on donations from friends and supporters like you. No amount is too small. Any amount from $1.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00, $100.00 to $1,000.00 or more is important t to us.

Your generous financial contribution to the Cherokee Blackfeet Cultural Circle, a small based non profit 501 © 3 organization focused on direct services to Indigenous people of Indian decent at this critical time of year will assist in meeting the needs of the Blackfeet Cultural Circle while maintaining our unique cultural identity and values.

Your support means you respect and value our work and our vision. All donations to the Cherokee Blackfeet Cultural Circle are Tax deductible under Internal Revenue code Section 501 © 3. Shaman Red Deer

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