November 11, 1918 the armistice was signed ending the first world war. 100 years later America remembers the sacrifice of many in body and mind. Forever in our hearts - thank you veterans.
VETERANS DAY WEEKEND!
Saturday, Nov 10th
12pm "Serving Their Country" Luncheon
Guest Speaker: Paul C. Rosier, author of Serving Their Country: American Indians Politics and Patriotism in the Twentieth Century
Over the twentieth century, American Indians fought for their right to be both American and Indian. In an illuminating book, Paul C. Rosier traces how Indians defined democracy, citizenship, and patriotism in both domestic and international contexts.
Professor Rosier will be autographing your book at the conclusion of his reading. You can buy Serving Their Country on Amazon.com
Tribal Artists - Feel free to set up your merchandise stand for FREE!
Kids Art Corner - Children can create their parade signs and posters while listening to our guest speaker.
- Toiletries (shampoo, facial wash, baby wash, lotion, dental packs)
- Non-perishable foods
- Clothing (Summer and Winter)
- Socks (new)
- On occasion we have pet food (dog, cat, horse/cattle)