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Summer Reading Challenge

This event is open to Nisqually Tribal Members, Tribal Community and Employees.

August 24th - 28th Traditional Cedar Harvesting (Requires Login)

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September 3rd Indigenous Community Science Seminar

This event is open to Nisqually Tribal Members, Tribal Community and Employees.

September 7th Labor Day

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September 17th-19th - 1st Inter-Tribal Elder’s Day (Requires Login)

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September 26th Nisqually Watershed Festival

This event is open to Nisqually Tribal Members, Tribal Community and Public.

September 28th Nisqually Day

Holiday

November 10th Veteran's Day

Holiday

November 11th Veteran's Day

Holiday

More events listings, click here.

 

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Click here to view ongoing classes and programs such as homework help, arts and crafts, computer courses, culture, wellness and more.

 

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Nisqually Indian Tribe members visit McChord Field

August 3rd, 2015 - It is legend that the Nisqually people have lived in the Nisqually River valley in west central Washington for thousands of years and their territory initially consisted of more than two million acres.

Prior news stories, click here.

 

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