8-12 SACRED/Historical PRAYER Run from Mission San Juan Bautista toIndian Canyon

Costanoan Indian Research – Non-Profit – Presents the 20th AnnualStorytelling and Indigenous Gathering in Indian Canyon, Hollister, CA

~~~~Storytellers, Singers, Dancers, Artists~~~~

Traditional Storytelling and Native Dance
Gathering, Sharing, Learning, Teaching

Traditional Dancers
Indigenous Storytellers
Native Artists

Cultural Revitalization

~~Family Event~~

Entry by donation : Adults 20 – Students 10 – Under 10 FREE

Come to Ohlone Trust Land and learn more/live/enjoy the day

—————–Good to know—————

This is Sovergn Native land – please be respectful.
We are an off-the-grid, non-profit organization, plan accordingly (Cash/Check accepted)
Bring sunscreen & hats for the day, blankets or jackets for the night.

Welcome to bring your own food if need be

Food prepared at the event (BBQ Tritip Seasonal Veggies, Green Salad, Fruit Salad).
Soft drink bar available. Tea and coffee will be provided for free. This is an alcohol and drug free event. Seating provided, however, we do encourage you to bring your own folding chair.

~Modest attire please, thank you~

***If you’re not able to attend the event, we would appreciate your donation. If you would like to preregister, please make check or money order payable to: Costanoan Indian Research, Inc. Mail to: Indian Canyon Ranch P.O. Box 28 Hollister Ca 95024-0028.
All Donation are tax deductible (501-C3ID#680287736).

Union road to the wine trail/ hollister hills SRVA
follow Cienega Road
merge onto Grass Valley Road (at top of hill, .1mile)
Turn Left onto Dirt Road….Follow Signs

Google Map to find Indian Canyon:






4th Annual Indian Canyon Two-Spirit Gathering

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—>July 3-6, 2014

The purpose of the present-day Dance is to honor and renew our relationship with the earth, the ancestors, and all beings through creating a common ground for all. Inspired by ancient Great Basin Plateau tribal traditions and originating in their ancestral Round Dance, with a return to the ancient songs, prayers, and offerings, the Dance For All People today incorporates singing and dancing in a circle around a central living tree, intention, and service. Few of us can claim this as our tradition, yet we come as welcomed guests, approaching with humility and respect for the ceremony and the elders.

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—>August 1 + 2, 2014


Woman of the 14th Moon


Your presence will be an honor for the 28th Woman of the 14th Moon Ceremony.
We will begin on Friday August 1st at 4:00 pm and end with a feast on Saturday August 2nd. Additional information will be sent the first week in April, if you RSVP via Event Link.