Celebration of the Maple Sugar Moon
Fundraising Dinner this Friday, March 20th
Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light and Honor the Earth, a native environmental organization led by Winona LaDuke, are joining forces to host this exciting event at First Universalist.
Join us in the Social Hall for a 4-course indigenous feast by The Sioux Chef featuring indigenous foods in precolonial recipes in celebration of the upcoming maple season of Native Minnesota. Silent Auction begins at 4:00 PM. Dinner, celebration and Native music begin at 6:00 PM. Cost is $60 per person with all proceeds to support campaigns to protect our land, water, and health in the face of extreme energy extraction.
What’s Our Plan?: A Teach-In on Fossil Fuel Infrastructure in MN
Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light and Honor the Earth, a native environmental organization led by Winona LaDuke, are joining forces to host this exciting event at First Universalist this Saturday, March 21st.
Join us the Sanctuary bright and early for this Teach-In co-sponsored by MN350 and the International Forum on Globalization. Speakers include Winona LaDuke, Rep. Frank Hornstein, Victor Menotti and regional leaders in the movements to stop frac-sand mining, bomb trains and oil pipelines. Minnesota is being besieged with new fossil fuel infrastructure that violates the treaty rights of indigenous people and endangers the health of our communities and we are not prepared. Let’s come together and find common spiritual ground from which to address the public policy crisis.
This event is FREE and open to the public, but please register to reserve your spot! The Teach-In begins at 9:00 AM with a lunch by the Sioux Chef (for a small fee) at 12:00 PM.