Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Thu, Oct. 29

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New Year’s Eve Dance At TC Community Center

New Year’s Eve Dance, Dec 31, will be held at the Tuba City Community Center. Featured bands are “Southern Strait” and “Wildfire”. Admission: Single - $7, Couple - $12. Door Prizes. For more information call: 928 283 3284/3285

NPC Home Buyers Education Workshop

The Business and Industry Training department at NPC is sponsoring an Arizona Department of Real Estate course, free to participants, for first time home buyers. The class will run Jan 3 – 10, 2002 from 6 – 10 p.m. For additional information contact Terry Nagle Ph: (928) 289 6020 or toll free 800 266 7845. There is no cost for this workshop.

Shonto Pow Wow – After The New Year Contest

The After The New Year Contest Pow Wow will be held Jan 4,5 at the Shonto Preparatory School. There will be door prizez, raffles, arts crafts $25 per table. For more information call: 928 672 2652

Coalmine Canyon Chapter Meetings

The Coalmine Canyon Planning Meeting will be held Jan 6, 2002 at 9 a.m. Place: The Coalmine Canyon Chapter Modular Building. The Coalmine Canyon Regular Chapter Meeting will be held Jan 13, 2002 at 1 p.m. at the Coalmine Chapter Modular Building.

Everyone is welcome to attend. Contact persons: Carla McCabe and Teresa Black at Ph: (928) 283 3384

Heard Museum Exhibition

The Heard Museum’s acclaimed collection of Native American fine art, Rock, Paper, Scissors includes works by leading contemporary Hopi artist Linda Lomaheftewa. Many of the works in the exhibit are being publicly displayed for the first time. Exhibits continue through April 2002.

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