Monthly Archives: December 2010

NEXT: CARING FOR THE PAST

When the exhibit, Tall-in-the-Saddle: 100 Years of the Pendleton Round-Up, ends January 31, the gallery will become base camp for the seasonal deep-cleaning from February 1-March 27, 2011. There will not be a formal exhibit until April 2, when OMSI’s … Continue reading

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WHAT’S UP WITH THE POW WOW?

Fred Hill’s up to his old tricks trying to make us try something new. Is Fred a pan-Indian? He likes the Canadian hand drum singing, so there will be a “three-man, open-handed hand drum contest” at the tribal longhouse later next … Continue reading

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LET US TOOT OUR OWN HORN

It was great to see Alphonse Halfmoon, Bill Burke, Carl Sampson, and Viola Wocatsie, and many other elders today. The tribal senior citizens gathered to eat an early Christmas dinner at the longhouse. Tamástslikt catered the turkey dinner for 300 … Continue reading

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