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Artist Talk and Book Signing

Upper Sioux Indian Community Members Teresa Peterson and Walter “Super” LaBatte Jr., co-authors of Voices from Pejuhutazizi: Dakota Stories and Storytellers, will share stories from their book and talk about the importance of family and community storytelling.

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Native Artist Spring Pop-Up Shop

PUBLIC WELCOME April 29-30 | 10am-4pmUpper Level Lobby | Hoċokata Ti Arts – Crafts – Indian Tacos* Featuring Native artists and local vendors. *Indian tacos available for purchase starting at 11am, provided by Open Arms Native Missions.

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Exploring the Maple Tapping Process: Past and Present

Did you know that the Dakota people have harvested maple sap for centuries? Originally, maple sap was harvested from groups of sugar maple trees (also known as sugarbushes) throughout Minnesota and areas with similar climates. The sap was collected between mid-March and mid-April. Dakota people would cut through the tree’s bark with an axe and...

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Earth Day Event

PUBLIC WELCOME | FREE EVENT ADMISSION April 2210am-4pmDakota presentations at 11am and 2pm. Win prizes Learn about the SMSC’s Earth-friendly initiatives Visit Hoċokata Ti’s public exhibit For more information, contact Cultural Interpreter/Naturalist Michael Kurtz at michael.kurtz@shakopeedakota.org...

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Young Native Pride 2022

Please join the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community as they share their culture, song, and dance. For more information, please contact Public Education Program Coordinator Cyndy Milda at 952.233.9158 or cyndy.milda@shakopeedakota.org...

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Hocokata TI Tipi View

2300 Tiwahe Circle Shakopee, MN 55372
952.233.9151
Open Wednesday-Saturday from 10am-4pm

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