New Ulm Chamber of Commerce

Indigenous Wild Medicine with Megan Schnitker

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Name: Indigenous Wild Medicine with Megan Schnitker
Date: February 19, 2020
Time: 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM CST
Trip Builder: View Trip
Event Description:
Indigenous Wild Medicine with Megan Schnitker on February 19 at 1:30 p.m. at the Community Center, Room 112.   Megan heads the Mahkato Revitalization project. The Project became an idea of creating educational services and opportunities after she was invited to be on the Mahkato Wacipi Committee.  She saw the interest to learn from the community and wanted to provide her experience, lifestyle, and expertise to assist those that want to learn about Indigenous Culture from Indigenous people.  Mahkato Revitalization Project focuses on preserving and sharing Lakota and Dakota Culture and Language by documenting and providing educational opportunities to the community.  At CASTLE, Megan will share her knowledge of indigenous wild Lakota medicines, salves, tinctures, tea mixes and more.
Potential members are welcome to visit once. Anyone interested in supporting lifelong learning in the New Ulm area, by becoming a member, can phone CASTLE at 507-354-3212, email Director Kathy Austinson at or connect on the web at . CASTLE Lifelong Learning is a program of Community And Seniors Together, a non-profit supported by the United Way of Brown County. CASTLE is in its seventh year as a membership program that offers the opportunity for an adult to join a community of people who learn for the joy of learning without grades, tests, papers, or long-term classes. There are courses during fall, winter, and spring terms with special events that focus on fun, friendship, and learning.
600 N German Street
New Ulm, MN  56073
Date/Time Information:
February 19 at 1:30 pm.
Contact Information:
Kathy AUstinson, Director
CASTLE Lifelong Learning annual member fee
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