‘Building Bridges’ community forum
With the diverse groups of people and jurisdictions that exist in northern Arizona, even the simplest issues can get tangled up in governmental red tape. In many instances, federal, state, county, city and tribal governments may all be involved in local issues at the same time. On Thursday, May 22, Deb Hill, Chair of the Coconino County Board of Supervisors, is sponsoring a town hall-style event, “Building Bridges,” to brainstorm new approaches and to identify specific policies and procedures that block the ability to work together. The session will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Hart Prairie Lodge at the Arizona Snowbowl, off N. Highway 180. Building Bridges offers a unique opportunity for concerned leaders to take part in a structured, wide-ranging analysis of local issues. For more information, call Hill’s office at 928-779-6764.
Benefit Social Song & Dance
Everyone is welcome to a social song and dance held at Parish Hall in Tuba City Catholic Church on Saturday, May 24. Registration is at 10 a.m. (DST) and the grand entry is at 1 p.m. Emcees are Kenneth Curley and Leonard Johnson. Sponsors are the Alvin Smith Family. Hosts are the Tonaneesdizi Chanters, Canyon Way and the Western Navajo Social Song and Dance Committee.
Weaving Exhibit in Window Rock
Woven Images is on display at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock now through Dec. 27. Admission is free. The opening reception will be on Thursday, May 22 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. will feature a Native American flute performance by Jakey Skye. For more information, call the Navajo Nation Museum at 928-871-7941.
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