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Thursday, November 22nd 2018. | Lebenslauf
13+ europäisches lebenslauf muster

europäisches lebenslauf muster

13+ europäisches lebenslauf muster

europäisches lebenslauf muster

13+ europäisches lebenslauf muster

europäisches lebenslauf muster

13+ europäisches lebenslauf muster

europäisches lebenslauf muster

13+ europäisches lebenslauf muster

europäisches lebenslauf muster

13+ europäisches lebenslauf muster

europäisches lebenslauf muster

13+ europäisches lebenslauf muster

europäisches lebenslauf muster

13+ europäisches lebenslauf muster

europäisches lebenslauf muster

13+ europäisches lebenslauf muster

europäisches lebenslauf muster

13+ europäisches lebenslauf muster

europäisches lebenslauf muster

13+ europäisches lebenslauf muster

13+ europäisches lebenslauf muster

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Thru Sept. 2
Every Spirit Tells a Story
Chholing Taha is a Cree Aboriginal Nations artisan based in Anoka, MN who uses Native adumbration to accurate both abreast issues and Aboriginal stories. Solitude and wilderness accept been a loyal accompaniment throughout her lifetime. Taha draws on symbols from tribes from the Northwest coast, area she is originally from, as able-bodied as the Great Lakes tribes, including Ojibwe Woodland. For info, alarm 218-733-7560 or see: Media Sept. 3
Patriot Nations: Native Americans in Our Nation’s Armed Forces Exhibit
“Patriot Nations: Native Americans in Our Nation’s Armed Forces,” explores the belief of Native men and women in the aggressive throughout history. This display shares how Native bodies accept fought in every above U.S. aggressive arrangement from the Revolutionary War to the accepted conflicts in the Average East. Mille Lacs Indian Building and Trading Post, 43411 Oodena Dr, Onamia, MN.

Thru Sept. 3
Mazinaakizige: American Indian Teen Photography
This display in the Irvine Gallery showcases the assignment of adolescent Native American artists who came calm over 12 weeks to apprentice the action of agenda photography in a guided, admiring and culturally acute environment. The artists will appearance a alternative of photographs that empowers their aboriginal identity. This exhibit is the acme of an MNHS affiliation affairs with Two Rivers Gallery. Free, building acceptance not included. Minnesota History Center, 345 W. Kellogg Blvd, St. Paul, MN. For info: Media Oct. 2019
Horse Nation of the Ochéthi Šakówiŋ
All My Relations Arts presents Horse Nation of the Ochéthi Šakówi, an exhibition that explores how horses appearance the history, spirituality, and ability of the Dakhóta, Nakhóta, and Lakhóta (Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota) people, collectively accepted as the Ochéthi Šakówiŋ (Seven Council Fires). The exhibition appearance paintings, textiles, film, and beadwork—by nationally acclaimed abreast Native American artists. On appearance through October 10th, 2019. Minneapolis is the final stop of this civic touring display and genitalia of Horse Nation will be on appearance throughout the summer at Two Rivers Gallery and Minneapolis Institute of Art. All My Relations Gallery, 1414 E Franklin Ave, Mpls. For info, alarm 612-235-4970 or see: Media 4
58th MLIMTP Altogether Celebration
Help bless the Mille Lacs Indian Building and Trading Post’s 58th birthday. Analyze the exhibits, including the accepted Four Seasons Room with life-size dioramas, afresh arch abutting aperture to boutique for American Indian arts and crafts at the Trading Post. Refreshments will be provided. 10am-5pm. Included with $6-10 building admission/MNHS associates free. Mille Lacs Indian Building and Trading Post, 43411 Oodena Dr, Onamia, MN. For info, see: Media 4, 18
Jeffers Petroglyphs
Amid the prairie grasses are islands of baldheaded rock, area American Indian ancestors larboard carvings — petroglyphs — of humans, deer, elk, buffalo, turtles, thunderbirds, atlatls, and arrows. Visitors can analyze on their own, but an analyst will be accessible to acknowledgment questions and absolute visitors to carvings. Visitors should be able to airing barefoot on asperous surfaces. 5-7pm. Included with $6-8 armpit admission/MNHS associates free. For info, Media 6, 7, 20, 21, 27, 28
Native American Agenda Storytelling Workshop
Six Native American Agenda Storytelling workshops will be captivated in August at the Minneapolis American Indian Center. The workshops are chargeless and accessible to the public. You’ll be reimbursed $20 for commutual a check afore the workshop, and an added $20 for commutual the absolute workshop. Cafeteria will be provided by Gatherings Cafe. Complete a abrupt anatomy online if absorbed in attending: Media For added info, acquaintance Jill Fish at fishx174@umn.edu or 716-715-4550.

Aug. 6-9, Aug. 20-23
Takoda Institute ServSafe Aliment Administrator Training
SafeServ is a affairs created by the Civic Restaurant Association. The acceptance verifies that a administrator or person-in-charge has acceptable aliment assurance ability to assure the accessible from foodborne illnesses. Capacity covered include: How foodborne illnesses occur; How claimed hygiene impacts aliment safety; Safe aliment alertness and accumulator practices; Safe accessories and annoyance management. Free. Monday through Thursday from 2:30 to 5pm. AIOIC, 1845 E Franklin Ave, Mpls. For advice or to RSVP, acquaintance Steph Nick at stephanien@ Media or 612-341-3358, ext 126. Additionally takes place:
• Sept. 3-6, and Sept. 17-20.

Aug.­ 6-10, Aug. 20-24
Takoda Institute Customer Account Training
Every job out there has Customer Account listed as an capital skill.  With this training you will accretion added ability on how to botheration solve, upsell, advance your time calmly and administer stress. Monday through Thurday from 9am to 11:30am, and Friday from 10am to 4pm. Free. AIOIC, 1845 E Franklin Ave, Mpls. For advice or to RSVP, acquaintance Steph Nick at Media or 612-341-3358, ext 126. Additionally takes place:
• Sept. 10-14, and Sept. 24-28.

Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27
Medicine Wheel
Open Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting. We assignment Steps and Traditions according to the month. Mondays from 6 – 7pm. Free. No adolescent affliction provided. Gitchitwaa Kateri Church, 3045 Park Ave S, Mpls. (Use parking lot entrance.) For info, acquaintance Betty at 612-387-4463, or Chris at 612-824-7606.

Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28
On The Red Road
Step Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Al-anon meeting, Big Book Study group; aloft appeal Women or Men alone meetings. Tuesdays from 7-9pm. Free. No adolescent affliction provided. 1530 E Franklin Ave (use parking lot entrance), Mpls.. For info, acquaintance Betty at 612-387-4463, or Chris at 612-824-7606.

Aug. 8
Love Baptize Not Oil Ride to Rice Lake Feast
As the Band 3 attempt heats up this summer, we will ride horses afresh forth the proposed action avenue adjoin the accepted of the oil while abutting with the acreage and spiritually adulatory the affluence of Anishinaabe Akiing. Join us to bless our Sacred Baptize – Manoomin Autumn with a feast. 4-7pm. Rice Lake Association Center, 26209 Baptize Tower Loop, Bagley, MN. For info, see: Media 8-9
World Aboriginal Peoples’ Decade of Baptize Summit
The Summit is an indigenous-led action committed to the aegis of baptize and animal rights. Autumn Peltier, a 13-year-old Anishinaabe, will accord the keynote abode on the aboriginal day. On day two of the Summit, Julia Faye Muñoz of Guam will accord a Pacific Islander angle on the access, availability, and sustainability of water. The Summit additionally will accommodate a branch on agenda storytelling, amid added events. $150 per person. Neighborhood House, 179 Robie St E, St Paul, MN. For info, see: Media 8-12
Native American Ten Minute Play Festival
The New Native Theatre presents the Third Anniversary Civic Native American Ten Minute Play Festival. Wednesday through Saturday, starts at 7:30pm. And Sunday at 2pm. Plus on Saturday there will be a concert afterwards the appearance (9:30pm) featuring singer/songwriter Wade Fernandez. Afresh ball till midnight as we bless our tenth commemoration season. Tickets are $25 or Pay-what-you-can. Purchase tickets at Brown Paper Tickets or at the door. Pay-what-you-can accessible at the aperture 90 account afore achievement times. Advance tickets accessible at Media Gremlin Theatre, 550 Vandalia St, St. Paul. For info, see Media or alarm 612-367-7639.

Aug. 9
Hennepin County Library “Ask an “Author”
Franklin Library will be hosting authors Carter Meland/White Earth (Stories for a Lost Child) and Dawn Quigley/Turtle Mountain (Apple in the Middle) at the Four Sisters Farmers Market booth. It will be “Ask an Author” activity. Appear by to circuit our Columnist Caster and accommodated the authors. There is no cost. 11am to 2pm. We will be at the Pow Wow Grounds parking lot, amid at 1414 Franklin Ave S, Mpls. For info, acquaintance Allison Waukau at Media or Becky Wolf at Media 9-10
World Aboriginal Peoples’ Day Oskate and Wacipi
World Aboriginal Peoples’ Decade of Baptize Summit presents: Apple Aboriginal Peoples’ Day Oskate and Wacipi (Celebration & Dance). This is a cultural and educational celebratory accident of aboriginal peoples centered aloft the inherent animal appropriate to water. Apprentice about baptize as the antecedent of life, aboriginal canoe cultures, aboriginal peoples’ animal rights, solution-oriented and nature-based approaches to water. Grand entries: Aug. 9th at 7pm, and Aug. 10th at 1pm and 7pm. Coffman Memorial Union, 300 Washington Ave SE, Mpls. For info, acquaintance Thorne LaPointe, at: thornelapointe@ Media or 612-442-5399. For see: Media events/ 205783600018809.

Aug. 11
The Warrior Within
DJ Vanas is an internationally acclaimed apostle for affluence 500 companies. He has announced to hundreds of affiliated nations. He is enrolled at Little River Band of Odawa. DJ uses acceptable warrior spirit attempt and amusement to empower and actuate others to acquisition accuracy in chaos, advance with adventuresomeness and accomplish behindhand of affairs as our ancestors did. Free. A ablaze meal will be served.  12:30-3:30 pm. Church of Gichitwaa Kateri, 3045 Park Ave, Mpls. For info, alarm 612-824-7606.

Aug. 11, 16
IHB Back to School
Get Back to Academy at the Indian Bloom Board. Well-child exam, sports physical, and dental exam. Candy and chargeless academy aliment will be provided both days. Activities and amateur will be on August 16th only. Charge appear arrangement to accept academy supplies. Aug. 11 from 8am to 12pm, and Aug. 16 from 9am to 5pm. Amplitude is limited. To annals alarm 612-721-9800.

Aug. 14
Primary Day Voting
Primary acclamation will be captivated on August 14, with acclamation aperture at 7am and closing at 8pm. The after-effects will attenuated the candidates to the top vote getters in anniversary party. For advice on area to vote, see: www.sos.state.mn.us/elections-voting.

Aug.14-17
American Indian Mental Bloom Conference
This year’s appointment will be centered about accomplished healing: miziwezi: he/she is whole, the anesthetic wheel, and the continuing charge for healing. There will be keynote speakers on evidence-based practices of EMDR, generational brainspotting to wellness outcomes, genogram, trauma, health, behavioral bloom strategies and added topics. $150.00. Shooting Star Casino Hotel & Accident Ctr, 777 Casino Rd, Mahnomen, MN. For advice see: Media 16
Winona LaDuke’s Anniversary Altogether Fundraiser Concert
Honor the Earth presents Winona LaDuke’s Anniversary Altogether Party. Live music with Corey Medina and guests at Tom’s Burned Down Café on Madeline Island. Account for Honor the Earth, gain to account in attention our water. $20 appropriate donation. Aug. 16 starting at 5pm, and Aug. 17 starting at 7pm. Tom’s Burned Down Cafe, 234 Average Rd, La Pointe, WI. For info, see: Media 17
MAIC Family Fun Night
Fun for the accomplished family: art activities, cultural and accent activities, accessible gym, affable demos, and more. Free. Accouchement charge be accompanied by an adult. Ablaze refreshments and beverages provided. Every 3rd Friday of the month, from 6-8 pm. MAIC, 1430 E Franklin, Mpls. For info, acquaintance Cheryl Secola at 612-879-1783. Added dates include:
• Sept. 21, Oct. 19, Nov. 16, and Dec. 21.

Aug. 17, Aug. 31
Takoda Institute IT Exploration Workshop
This 4 hour branch is advised to accord you added advice on networks, hardware, software and computer aegis all while acquirements added about Takoda’s Computer Support Specialist 9 ages training program. Free. AIOIC, 1845 E Franklin Ave, Mpls. For advice or to RSVP, acquaintance Steph Nick at Media or 612-341-3358, ext 126. Additionally takes abode on:
• Sept. 14 and 28.

Aug. 18
Mirrors and Windows Mentorship
The Attic is appreciative to admission “Mirrors and Windows”, a new affairs committed to mentoring Aboriginal writers/writers of blush to abode account books, average grade, and adolescent developed literature. The Attic will action six-month mentorships to ten to twelve emerging/early-career Minnesota Aboriginal writers and writers of blush who are absorbed in creating children’s and/or adolescent developed books. The accumulation will be mentored by a accumulation of assorted appear authors of books for accouchement and adolescent readers. The borderline to administer is August 18 at 11:59pm. The Attic Literary Center, 1011 Washington Ave S, Suite 20, Mpls. For info, see Media or alarm 612-215-2578.

Aug. 20 -Sept. 28
Takoda Institute CompTia Arrangement Acceptance Prep
Learn the abilities and concepts all-important for a job in IT. CompTIA Arrangement  covers the configuration, management, and troubleshooting of accepted active and wireless arrangement devices. Additionally included are arising technologies such as unified communications, mobile, cloud, and virtualization technologies. Clients charge accept completed CompTia A afore demography Arrangement . Takes abode Mondays through Thursdays from 2:30pm to 5pm. Free. AIOIC, 1845 E Franklin Ave, Mpls. For advice or to RSVP, acquaintance Steph Nick at stephanien@ Media or 612-341-3358, ext 126.

Aug. 23
Vets for Peace Apostle Chris Mato Nunpa
Native historian, Chris Mato Nunpa will be the featured apostle during the aboriginal absolute affair of the 33rd Anniversary International Convention of the Veterans For Peace organization, which takes abode Aug. 22 – 26. Nunpa will be accouterment actual accomplishments on the affair of Aboriginal Bodies and the Doctrine of Discovery. 10:30am. Intercontinental Hotel., 11 Kellogg Blvd E, St. Paul. For info, see: Media 23-25
2018 Indian Horse Relay
The anniversary Indian Horse Broadcast at Canterbury Park is an accident affluent with Native American culture. An Indian Horse Broadcast aggregation is fabricated up of four members: a rider, a mugger, two holders, and three horses. Riders arise their aboriginal horses bareback at the arrest while the holders arrest the added two horses. Afterwards rounding the track, the addition hops off of the aboriginal horse—nearly at abounding speed—and mounts the additional horse. It is the mugger’s job to bolt the aboriginal horse. Afterwards repeating the action already more, the third and final lap ends at the accomplishment band in advanced of the grandstand, area bags of assemblage are cheering. Indian Horse Broadcast brings calm the best Indian broadcast racers from beyond the country for a weekend of excitement. Canterbury Park, 2330 Sioux Trail NW, Above-mentioned Lake, MN. For info, alarm 952-445-8900 or see: Media 25
Kwestrong Triathlon
Kwestrong Triathlon is an anniversary accident captivated at Bde Maka Ska. Hosted by Kwestrong Aboriginal Women’s Wellness. American Indian women and girls accumulate on the beach. Anniversary actor receives admission to canoes, bikes, Kwestrong Triathlon T-shirts, and snacks. There will be a anniversary barbecue afterwards. For info, see Media 25-26
Woodland Pottery 2-Day Workshop
Learn how to dig clay, autumn the about-face agents, and assemble a adobe vessel. Afterwards acceptance pots to dry overnight, accomplishment the apparent capacity and atmosphere the adobe barge in a battlefront pit. A ablaze cafeteria will be provided on Sunday only. The branch runs: Saturday from apex to 4pm and Sunday from 10am to 2pm. Allotment is appropriate three canicule above-mentioned to workshop. A minimum of bristles participants is appropriate to host the workshop. Accouchement beneath 18 charge be accompanied by an adult. Mille Lacs Indian Building and Trading Post, 43411 Oodena Dr, Onamia, MN. For info, see: Media 5
Urban Indian Elder’s
Meeting of burghal Indian elders. Association and provider networking meeting. Coffee, bake-apple and accolade provided. 10am to noon. MAIC, 1530 E Franklin Ave, Mpls. For info, alarm 612-871-4555. Added affair dates are:
• Nov. 7.

Sept. 6 (deadline)
Tiwahe Foundation Grants
The Tiwahe Foundation is accepting applications for the American Indian Family Empowerment Program. Grants ambit from $500 to $2,500. Tiwahe funds in three areas: Cultural Preservation, Educational Achievement, and Economic Self-Sufficiency. Submit appliance electronically at: Media For info, acquaintance Deanna StandingCloud at 612-722-0587.

Sept. 8
Run Like a Wrestler/Zaniya Iyankapi 5k
Join the American Indian Family Center and the East Side Wrestling Club for our collective 5k fundraising event, including a fun run/walk, ability exercises, and an aboriginal sports demo! Go to Media and annals beneath the alignment you ambition to benefit. 9am-12pm. Chargeless to attend, $25 aboriginal registration, $35 day of registration. Phalen Regional Park, 1600 Phalen Dr, Saint Paul. For info, acquaintance Anna Kaiser at 651-793-3803, or Media Or Media 10-12
Native Men’s Summit
The Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition and Northwest Indian Association Development Center will co-host a holistic acquisition for Native men of all ages. Chargeless to attend. Travel scholarships available. Sanford Center, 1111 Accident Center Dr NE, Bemidji, MN. For info, acquaintance Cristine Davidson at Media or 651-646-4800.

Sept. 10-14
Metro Accompaniment U Native Circle
Metropolitan Accompaniment University is planing an aperture commemoration for their anew committed amplitude on the Saint Paul Campus for Native Circle. We are agreeable the association to appear and be allotment of this Opening. Amuse watch for our ad in the September affair of The Circle. If you accept questions about this event, Alarm David Isham at 651-793-1509.

Sept. 12-15
Body & Earth Appointment 2018
Freedom Lodge presents Body & Earth, The Future of Native Wellness, a Native American conference. Body & Earth brings arch Native Educators, Bloom Affliction Providers, Cultural Ecologists and Mother Earth Protectors calm for a attenuate and able conversation. This appointment takes an all-embracing attending at cultural concerns, bloom disparities, impacts of all-around warming, actual trauma, accretion innovations and collaborative projects advised to abode and breed abiding Native Wellness. The accident appearance activating presentations by Judge Abby Abinanti, Dr. Chip Thomas, Winona LaDuke, Arvol Looking Horse, Brad Marsden, Beverly Warne, RN, Dr. Donald Warne, Nina Simons, Ramona Emerson, Lyla June and Sunny Dooley. Everyone is welcome. Join the conversation. Help abode the able issues that affect Native America. General Admission, $400. Affiliated Member, $345. Mystic Lake Hotel & Casino, 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd NW, Above-mentioned Lake, MN. For info, alarm 800-350-9694 or email: Media Or see: Media 14-15
Positive Youth Development In Indian Country Workshop
Theme: Promising Interventions to Improve the Success of Native American Children. The branch encourages the development of strategies and programs that abate risks and strengthen careful factors of multi-ethnic accouchement with a focus on Native American children. For aboriginal adolescence to aerial academy educators, administrators and principals, class specialists and admiral of instruction, academy counselors, home academy coordinators, affiliated apprenticeship admiral and staff, amusing account providers, bloom admiral and staff, association amusement specialists, coaches, and academy and university students, adroitness and staff. Bound basement per affair day. Hamline University, West Hall 101, 1536 Hewitt Avenue, St. Paul. For info, acquaintance Dan Ninham at 218-368-6430 or coach.danninham@ Media 15
15th anniversary Agrarian Rice Festival
Join us as we bless the 15th anniversary Agrarian Rice Festival from 10am to 6pm. It’s a free, family-friendly anniversary of agrarian rice, Native American ability and Minnesota’s abatement autumn season. Performances and demonstrations throughout the day include: Acceptable agrarian ricing demonstrations; Native American crafts; Little Thunderbird Drum and Ball Troup; Gibbs Farm activities; Affable demonstrations by Native Aliment Perspectives; Honey abstraction demonstration; Apple cider press; Music by Jeff Chapman and Friends; and Storytelling by Gary Lussie. Refreshments by bounded aliment trucks and Pow Wow Grounds Café; And a achievement by Bluedog Native Blues Band from 4:30-6:00pm. This is a fundraiser for Harriet Alexander Nature Center. Harriet Alexander Nature Center, 2520 N Dale St, Roseville, MN. For info, see Media alarm 651-765-4262.

Sept. 21-30
10 Day Chargeless From Violence
Twin Cities Irenic is analogous “10 Canicule Chargeless From Violence” in September (Sept. 21 is International Peace Day). Join us to participate in irenic activities all about the Twin Cities by abounding altered groups, alignment and churches. All contest are chargeless and accessible to all ages unless contrarily noted. If you are absorbed in captivation an accident accommodating with 10 Canicule Chargeless From Violence, amuse ample out the accident allotment anatomy begin on our website. For added advice and to see account of contest and locations, Media 22
Gathering of Nations for Peace and Unity Circle
The Acquisition of Nations for Peace and Unity Circle Dedication Bde Maka Ska. Ojibway Healer/Elder Linda Lucero will alike with a Dakota Healer to conduct a Circle of Healing from Violence application the 7 Grandfather’s Teachings: Wisdom, Bravery, Integrity, Love, Humble, Adventuresomeness and Honor. Allotment of the “10 Canicule Chargeless From Violence”. 10am at Bde Maka Ska. For info, see Media Maka Ska event, or Media 27
White Supremacist Roots of the Additional Amendment
The White Supremacist Roots of the Additional Amendment. Lecture by Dr Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, emerita professor, life-long animal rights activist, and columnist of An Aboriginal Peoples History of the United States. 7– 9pm. Aboriginal Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, 900 Arise Curve Ave, Mpls. For info, acquaintance rebacramer@ Media or: Media 27 – Nov. 9
Ties and Tethers Exhibit
Artist Lori Biwer-Stewart is a self-taught printmaker who finds afflatus in the accustomed apple about her, as able-bodied as from her own dreams and beliefs. She enjoys accumulation allegorical images such as birds, keys, and doors to animate anticipation and abet the viewer’s own interpretation. For added arrangement and text, Biwer-Stewart will generally absorb monoprint and collograph to her linocut prints which accept developed in both admeasurement and complication over the years. Atrium Gallery, 1800 W. Old Shakopee Road, Bloomington, MN. For info, see Media or alarm 952-563-8575.