Free Event Happening Tonight

Heritage Night: Elder Wisdom, Honoring Our Place on Earth
Tonight Tuesday, March 8th
At The Shore Lodge Upper Pavilion
6:00 - 7:30 pm
Free, donations appreciated. 


We are meant to live on this earth, in these bodies, with individual and collective spirits.How do we understand and honor these relationships? What beliefs have we inherited, taken for granted, and chosen for ourselves?

Elder wisdom brings illumination to our beliefs about our place on earth. We are invited to release fear, build relations, and reconnect with what brings each of us meaning and hope.

In this evening, we will receive wisdom from tribal elders, inviting each of us to a deeper personal philosophy.


Grandmother Pershlie “Percie” Ami 


Josiah Blackeagle Pinkham 

Sponsored by
McCall Idaho Vacation Rentals
The Shore Lodge
Crawford Olson Real Estate 
Anissa Rooney, McCall Mortgage Company
Trinity Therapeutic
Krahn’s Furnishings

Other Heritage Week Events

The ROC, Recovery Oriented Community
Thursday, March 10th
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Perci has successfully combined Native wisdom and universal principles to assist individuals to discover their personal and professional path to success, balance and happiness.
Free with donations welcome.

Hopi Talking Circle
Saturday, March 12th
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm 
At CUBx, 409 S. Third Street

As a grandmother, Perci is always eager to share her wisdom and life experiences to assist others on their journey through life.  As a Hopi, which means “Peaceful People,” Pershlie has dedicated her teachings to create inner peace.
This event is free with limited seats. 
RSVP here. Donations appreciated.

Funding for this project has been provided by the Idaho Humanities Council (IHC) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the Sustaining the Humanities through the American Rescue Plan (SHARP).

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To All Things Bold and Imaginative,
Dawn Kolden, Artistic and Education Director
Lynn Johnson, Administrative Director
Trinity Nash, Development and Communications
Board of Directors~ Ellen Ganz, Renée Silvus, Anissa Rooney, Julie Ronnow,
and CMarie Fuhrman
Contributing to MAHC

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