News From Native California Volume 31, Issue 3 - Page 7

CONFERENCES April 5–6 California Indian Conference, Humboldt State University, 1 Harpst St., Arcata. An annual event committed to the exchange of perspectives and knowledge about the first peoples of the place now known as California. For more info, visit california-indian-conference. May 5 37th Annual Medicine Ways Confer- ence, UC Riverside. Hosted by the Native American Student Associa- tion and Native American Student Programs at UCR. Discussions and workshops emphasizing on this year’s theme, “Think Native Buy Native: Indigenous Artivism and Entrepreneurship,” offered through- out the day. Admission is free; food will be provided. For more info, visit medicine.html. May 17–19 Native American and Indigenous Stud- ies Association Conference, InterCon- tinental Hotel, 900 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles. Annual gathering of scholars and indigenous people from around the world. Hosted by the UCLA American Indian Studies Center. For more info, visit www. aspx. June 3–9 Breath of Life, UC Berkeley. Workshop for California Indian communities and families who want to revive and strengthen their lan- guages, particularly those for which there are no living first language speakers. By working with linguistic field notes and other documents and recordings, participants in the workshop can learn how to under- stand and use these materials for language revitalization. Hosted by the Advocated for Indigenous Cali- fornia Language Survival. For more info, visit www.linguistics.berkeley. edu/~survey/aicls-breath-of-life. July 5–9 UNITY (United National Indian Tribal Youth) Conference, Town & Country Hotel, San Diego. More than eigh- teen hundred Native American youth are expected to gather for leadership development activities. For more info, visit REGULAR EVENTS, CLASSES, LECTURES, AND WORKSHOPS in the outdoor amphitheater to enjoy songs and Native stories around the campfire. Roasting sticks and marshmallows pro- vided for a sweet program’s end to this fun family event. Museum doors open at 7 p.m. $5 per person, $16 per family of four, $5 per additional person; free for children under 2. Agua Caliente Cultural Museum 219 S. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs. (760) 323-0151, www. Check website or call for class information. Night Out at the Museum. Come to the museum for evening cultural events, every third Saturday from January through November. Light refreshments available. Museum doors open at 6:30 p.m., cultural programs run from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. Autry Museum of the American West 4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles. (323) 667-2000, theautry. org. Check website or call for class information. Marin Museum of the American Indian 2200 Novato Blvd., Novato. (415) 897-4064, Check website or call for class information. Barona Cultural Center and Museum 1095 Barona Rd., Lakeside. (619) 443-7003, ext. 2, www.baronamuseum. org. Check website or call for class information. State Indian Museum 2618 K St., Sacramento. (916) 324-8112, id=486. Pre-registration required. Check website or c all for class information. California Indian Museum and Cultural Center 5250 Aero Dr., Santa Rosa. (707) 579-3004, Check website or call for class information. UC Riverside Extension 1200 University Ave., Riverside. (951) 827-1637, lmajado@ucx., Workshops on various aspects of Southern California Indian history and culture. To enroll call (951) 827-4105 or (800) 422-4990. Coyote Hills Regional Park 8000 Patterson Rd., Fremont. (510) 795-9385 or Registration required. Call or email for class information. LIST YOUR CALIFORNIA INDIAN EVENT IN OUR CALENDAR! Listings are free. Listings for the next issue (summer) must be submitted to News by May 1, 2018 EMAIL PHONE (510) 549-3564 MAIL P.O. Box 9145 Berkeley, CA 94709 Maidu Museum and Historic Site 1970 Johnson Ranch Dr., Roseville. (916) 774-5934, www.roseville. Campfire Fridays. Join the museum’s campfire every third Friday from April through October, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sit under the stars SPR IN G 2 018 ▼ 5