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First Festival of Writing is April 19
The Composition Program and English Department are sponsoring a Festival
AISES conference is April 22-23
On April 22 - 23, UNC Pembroke will host the 2005 American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) Region 7 conference, entitled “Building a Stronger Region through Outreach and Awareness.” As the theme reflects, AISES members in Region 7 want to spread the word about the benefits of the organization and what an impact it can have on the future of American Indian youth.
Registration is Friday, 6 p.m. in the lobby of Oxendine Science Building and the opening ceremonies are 7 p.m. in Moore Hall.
For more information, please contact email@example.com or call 910.521.6741.
Lumbee Tribe Powwow is May 6-8
The Lumbee Tribal Council and Tribal Administration invites the University community to attend and participate in the Lumbee Tribe’s 1st Annual Spring Powwow - “Dance of the Spring Moon - A Celebration of the Changing Season” - to be held at the North Carolina Indian Cultural Center in Pembroke May 6-8.
The “People of the Dark Waters” invite the campus community to come and join the celebration of the beginning of planting season as they pray to Father Sky to Bless Mother Earth for a bountiful season.
Many events will take place during the festival such as a gospel sing, golf tournament, Mother’s Day celebrations and more, all sponsored by American Indian Mothers Inc.
For questions, please call the tribal offices at 910.521.7861.