November 04, 2008 12:00AM
The Native American Student Association (NASA) at Pittsburg State University has planned a series of events to bring tribes together for a celebration of Native American History Month in November.
Members of all Native American tribes are invited to come share their cultures with the community and take part in these special events. All of the activities are open to the public.
The following is a list of what will take place throughout the month:
Wednesday, Nov. 5 - (7-9 p.m.) Jackie Bird will perform traditional Native American dances in 107 Grubbs Hall.
Friday, Nov. 7 - (7 p.m.) The movie "Smoke Signals," the first movie to be written and directed by Native Americans, will be shown in the U-Club Theater, downstairs in Overman Student Center.
Tuesday, Nov. 11 - The Corner Market in Gorilla Crossing will sell Indian Tacos during the lunchtime hours.
Tuesday, Nov. 18 - (10 a.m. to noon) NASA members will hold a fry bread sale on the Oval.
Friday, Nov. 21 - (8:30 to 11:30 p.m.) NASA will hold a party/mixer in the Crimson and Gold Ballroom in Overman Student Center.
Monday, Nov. 24 - (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) NASA will hold a bake sale in Russ Hall.
For more information on any of the events, contact NASA adviser Dr. Roy Janisch at (620) 235-4346.