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30th anniversary and art exhibit Sept. 21

September 16, 2009

The Native American Cultural Center at CSU opened its doors in 1979. Join us in celebrating the environment - based on the traditions and cultures of Native American peoples - that the Center has embraced and supported. Learn about the wonderful work of the Center over the years as they've provided support and services to students related to recruitment, retention, graduation, and community outreach.

Monday, Sept. 21, 4-7 p.m.
Duhesa Art Lounge
2nd floor, Lory Student Center 

The Native American Cultural Center 30th Anniversary and Duhesa Lounge Art Reception is being held Monday, Sept. 21, from 4-7 p.m. with remarks at 5 p.m.  Food will be served. 

Past NACC directors on hand

Please join us in the Duhesa Lounge to celebrate and enjoy unique artwork from the private collections of Fort Collins residents! Come and meet several past NACC directors who will be in attendance.  

Ram Nation to perform

The student drum group, Ram Nation, will perform. The Ram Nation drum group is a Native American drum group comprised of CSU students, staff, and community members.

The group's singing and drumming produces beautiful, haunting sounds that resonate and linger with its listeners. 

The group was initiated to promote Native American traditions, to learn about the drum, and to serve as a support group. There are about 12 active members who perform at various pow wows and other community events.

See You Tube performance of Ram Nation Drum Group.

Contact: Madelyn Granrud
Phone: (970) 491-2810