Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Indian Affairs

As our lodge grows it is great to have so many Arrowmen interested in American Indian Activities (AIA). As we approach hosting the 2017 Dixie Fellowship we will have many opportunities to practice for the various AIA competitions. We need everyone that has signed up for or are interested in Ceremonies, Drum/Sing, Individual Dance, or Group Dance to come to as many practices as possible in order for us to be successful at Dixie. Our practices will alternate between two locations, Saxe Gotha Presbyterian Church (at the Troop 307 Scout Hut located at 5503 Sunset Boulevard in Lexington) and Northeast United Methodist Church (located at 4000 Hardscrabble Road in NE Columbia). In addition to weekly practices we will have an opportunity to participate in the Carolina Indian Seminar being held in Statesville, NC January 20-22, 2017. This event is hosted by Eswau Huppeday Lodge and brings instructors from all over the country to teach all types of American Indian Culture Courses, like Powwow Dance Styles, Outfits, and Ceremonies to name a few. If you would like more information on anything related to AIA please feel free to shoot me an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Practice Dates

November 27, 2016 3-5pm NE Columbia Location
December 11, 2016 3-5pm Lexington Location
December 18, 2016 3-6pm Lexington Location
December 31, 2016 3-5pm NE Columbia Location
January 8, 2017 3-5pm NE Columbia Location
January 29, 2017 3-5pm NE Columbia Location
February 5, 2017 3-5pm Lexington Location
February 12, 2017 3-5pm NE Columbia Location
February 19, 2017 3-5pm Lexington Location
February 26, 2017 3-5pm NE Columbia Location
March 5, 2017 3-5pm Lexington Location
March 12, 2017 3-5pm NE Columbia Location
March 19, 2017 3-5pm Lexington Location
March 26, 2017 3-5pm NE Columbia Location
April 2, 2017 3-5pm Lexington Location
April 9, 2017 3-5pm NE Columbia Location
April 23, 2017 3-5pm NE Columbia Location