Pleasant Point Women’s Circle – Jan 20th, 2017

This woman’s cirlces was a “paint with me event” teaching woman about self expression and creativity, and how this teaches about one’s own self. The ladies had a lot of fun creating their own masterpieces.

Stockings for Christmas – Nov 30th and Dec 7th

On November 30th and December 7th, 2016, the Indian Township Braiding Sweetgrass Women’s Circle was busy making Santa stockings for Christmas. This simple, fun activity teaches women a life skill – sewing – that is…

The DawnLand Fund

We are asking for your generous donations to support The DawnLand Fund providing financial assistance to projects and activities inspired and led by Native American youth and women. Your donations support Gedakina programs that include:…

Upcoming Event: Deer Island Memorial, October 9, 2016

Natick Nipmuc Indian Council DEER ISLAND MEMORIAL 2016 SACRED PADDLE and WALK Sunday, October 9, 2016 All are invited for a Day of Remembrance in memory of the Native peoples forcibly removed in October 1675…

Past Event: Wabanaki Women’s Drum-Making / Sweetgrass Braiding

On September 17th and 18th, 2016, Gedakina held a drum-making and sweetgrass braiding workshop, with 30+ women from various Wabanaki tribes in attendance. Check out some of their beautiful craftsmanship in the photo gallery!

Past Event: Drum Making Workshop

In February and March of 2016, Gedakina co-sponsored a Drum Making Workshop that was held at the Passamaquoddy Reservation in Indian Township, Maine. The workshop took place in the course of four sessions that spanned…

Upcoming Events at Amherst College, April 14-15, 2016

Please join us at Amherst College for an important series of events centered around the visiting display of the Sing Our Rivers Red Earring Project  Rise Up! Spoken Word Event featuring Dine’ (Navajo) poet Hannabah Blue 4:00…

Youth Skiing Trip

Gedakina’s Outdoor Activity Coordinators Mark Ranco and Susan Soctomah chaperoned a Youth Skiing Trip as part of the PathFinders initiative. Everyone had a great day!  

Deconstructing the Myths of “The First Thanksgiving”

Please check out the first addition to our new Articles section: Deconstructing the Myths of “The First Thanksgiving” by Judy Dow