College Extension Offers Many Workshops this Month Open to Anyone
Submitted by Cali Quaderer
LCO Ojibwe College
Boozhoo Students, Staff, Faculty, and Community Members!
LCOOCC Extension’s mission is to empower members of the Lac Courte Oreilles and surround communities through embracing the traditional values and language of the Anishinaabe people.
All workshops and events are provided through the college’s 1994 land grant funding through the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture and through a traditional arts grant from the American Indian College Fund.
Workshops are open to the community! You do not have to be a student to attend our workshops. Most of these workshops are via the zoom platform with a few being in-person. Please feel free to share our programs with your colleagues and networks.
Extension – Community Education
Powwow Sweat every Tuesday from 6-7pm via Zoom.
Beading Circle every Wednesday from 5-8pm in the 600 wing. Bring your project or start a new one! Supplies and a meal are provided.
Learn about Snowshoes on February 16 from 7-8pm via Zoom – Be sure to check out the Snowshoe Hike to Morgan Falls on February 26!
Missing Indigenous Women Earrings – February 17 & 24 from 5-8pm via Zoom.
To register for any of these workshops, please visit our website page: www.lco.edu/lcooc-extension-calendar
After you register you will receive an email a day or 2 prior to your workshop or program.