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2019: We're Planning an Awesome Year

A Series of Lectures in October 2019

We can never learn enough about our Abenaki Heritage so October is going to be the Clan of the Hawk Heritage Education Month

Sunday October 6, 2019  Time:  1:00 to 3:00 pm

a.       A lesson in Abenaki Teachings

b.      The story of Metallic, the lone Indian of the Magalloway.

Sunday, October 13, 2019 Time:  1:00 to 3:00 pm

1.      Justin Deth:

c.       Abenaki Stories

d.      Justin Deth: Drumming and Flute Music

2.      Donna Huether Clan Mother

e.       A Native Teaching

Saturday October 19, 2019  Time:  11:00 to 2:00 pm (From the Website as planned: October 19th, 2019. Our Regular Meeting )

At this meeting we have traditionally reviewed the success of the gatherring and started making plans for next year!!

  •  George Larrabee will read the first half of Chapter One of Meeting with Greylock.
  •   Pot Luck of course. Please bring a dish to share!
  •   Please bring musical instruments.

Sunday October 27, 2019 Time:  1:00 to 3:00 pm

Chief Spirit Water:
Another Lesson in Abenaki Culture
Researching your Genealogy

Please bring some Snacks to Share (We will not have a big meal).

Please bring musical instruments to any meeting you attend.

We need new members.

Please try to reach out to family and Friends to find new Members

All are welcome; come and go as you wish.

New members, please try to attend some or all of the days.

Chief Spirit Water

Quick Note: We've just located a stack of the Waban Drum CD's - The Clan's Own Drumming CD. Click here for Purchase!

The 30th Inter-tribal Gathering (Powwow)  of The Clan of the Hawk in Evansville, Vermont August 3rd and 4th, 2019 was blessed with beautiful weather, and wonderful friends.

The music of First Light Drum and the Waban Drummers was heard across the grounds as people took part in the Couple’s Dance, Dance for Elders, Dance for Veterans, and the children’s Candy Dance during the 30th Annual Inter-tribal Gathering of the Clan of the Hawk. 

Justin “Thunderbear” Deth, the weekend emcee, also played the drum and flute at intervals. George Larrabee taught Abenaki language lessons in the chapel. Over twenty people were given new Native Names during the Naming Ceremony held by Chief Spirit Water. 

The amazingly pleasant weather and Saturday’s famous Carlson “local caught” fish fry were favorite attractions. Our special Sunday pet parade saw dogs from six pounds to sixty in procession in the Sacred Circle. 

Visitors from North Carolina, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts and Florida stopped in the refurbished Looking Glass Museum during the weekend. Many little ones conquered their unease in the “touch me museum” and posed for photos with the brown bear and hundred year old tortoise. 

Julia Marden, a member of the Aquinnah Wampanoag Nation, was on hand to show visitors how she makes her famous baskets. She keeps alive the 17th century traditional art of finger weaving, using only her hands to make tightly woven baskets and containers. 

On Sunday morning clan members showed off their short order skills and cooked up a great breakfast and a terrific picnic-style lunch. The grounds were dotted with vendors offering up everything from handmade drums and beaded accessories to Maple Syrup and jewelry. 

When Assistant Chief Dan “Wolf Howling” Duhaime gave the closing prayer, everyone was sad to see the weekend end. It was one of the best Gatherings the Clan has ever held.

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