Yanyeidí Totem Pole Raising

An event open to the community. Goldbelt Heritage Foundation and Douglas Indian Association cordially invite you to the raising of the Yanyeidí Gooch (Wolf) Totem Pole to honor the T’aakú Kwáan and the residents of “Akáx Yaa Andagán”, Douglas Indian Village who lost their homes during the 1962 fire.

Family Culture Club: Spruce Tip Harvesting

Free and everyone is welcome! 

We will be harvesting and preserving spruce tips for jellies and tea. We will meet at the T&H Community Building (garden area) and then use the Goldbelt Heritage vans to take families out to Eagle Beach to harvest spruce tips. We will then show families how to preserve spruce tips for future cooking projects like making jelly/jam, fruit leather, etc.

Please bring a snack to share (optional).

Family Culture Club: Community Garden Prep (day 1 of 2)

 

Event is free and open to the public! 

(Day 1 of 2) May 11: A welcoming and preparation of a community garden. There will be storytelling in addition to the sharing of cultural history of gardening in SE Alaska villages.

Please bring a side dish to share (optional).

Indigenous Youth Ambassadors: Regalia/Sewing Workshop

Led by Linda Carroll: For Indigenous Youth Ambassadors (IYA) to work on their regalia/sewing projects. Ages 14-18 (and IYA family members).
 
Questions? Call Linda Carroll at 907-790-1471 or email linda.carroll@goldbelt.com

Indigenous Youth Ambassadors: Regalia/Sewing Workshop

Led by Linda Carroll: For Indigenous Youth Ambassadors (IYA) to work on their regalia/sewing projects. Ages 14-18 (and IYA family members).

Questions? Call Linda Carroll at 907-790-1471 or email linda.carroll@goldbelt.com