Larry Long Concert with Winona LaDuke: Special traditional foods feast in Manidoo Giiziiisoons--Little Spirit Moon + Concert
Larry Long and Winona LaDuke
At the Historic Holmes Theater
806 Summit Ave., Detroit Lakes, MN 56501
A Night Celebrating our Water Protector's - A Concert Benefit for Honor the Earth
Wed., December 12th
Doors Open at 5:00PM | Dinner+ Desert at 7:00PM Larry Long Concert at 6:00PM
AMERICAN TROUBADOR LARRY LONG; FRIENDS TO PLAY AT THE HISTORIC HOLMES THEATER WILL SHARE FOOD, MUSIC, STORIES AND STAGE WITH ANISHINAABE LEADER WINONA LADUKE.
Concert at 6:00 featuring Larry Long with percussionist Daryl Boudreaux (Sounds of Blackness), bassist Sid Gasner, pedal & lap steel virtuoso Joe Savage (Prairie Home Companion)
Larry Long, Minnesota’s legendary troubadour-Smithsonian Folkways recording artist, has agreed to a special benefit performance for Honor the Earth at the Historic Holmes Theater, featuring some of the latest from his newly released Slow Night with Cory Wong of Vulfpeck & the brass section from Prince, The Hornheads.
Special traditional foods feast in Manidoo Giiziiisoons - Little Spirit Moon Presentation by Winona LaDuke at 7:00PM serving traditional heritage foods from Winona’s Hemp and Heritage Farm, including squash bisque, bannock, hemp pesto, and smoked white fish. Includes a special tasting of Ben and Jerry’s new Pecan Resist Ice Cream
Followed by more music, merriment, and ice cream social tasting Ben & Jerry’s new Pecan Resist Ice Cream
$25 – concert (day of concert, $20 in advance)
Free will offering for the feast is suggested donation of $20 at the door or online
SEATING IS LIMITED
Artisan gifts and Honor the Earth’s locally produced foods and merchandise will be available for purchase at the event. WWW.HONORTHEEARTHMERCHANDISE.COM | WINONASHEMP.COM
Featuring The Sioux Chef (Chef Sean Sherman)
Friday, December 21, 2018
201 W 4th St, Duluth, MN 55806
5:00 p.m. Doors
6:00 p.m. Dinner
Individual Tickets: $60
Table of 8: $450
This 4-course indigenous feast by the Sioux Chef will feature Native foods in "pre-contact" recipes, prepared using the traditional ways of our ancestors. The feasts will be themed to the current moon of the Anishinaabe calendar, Manidoo Giizisoons, Little Spirit Moon hosted at Sacred Heart Music Center in Duluth.
A social hour and traditional music begin at 5:00 pm, with dinner served at 6:00pm. Tickets are $60 per Individual Ticket / $450 for Table of 8. All proceeds support campaigns to protect our land, water, and health in the face of extreme extraction. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS!
Chef Sean Sherman, aka The Sioux Chef, is an Oglala Lakota Sioux from Pine Ridge. Sean has spent the past 25 years harvesting the wisdom of our ancestors and perfecting the art of “pre-contact” Native American cuisine. He is a leader of the resurgent indigenous foods movement and is turning heads all over the globe with his revival of the old ways. He also runs the Tatanka food truck in the Twin Cities, is opening a restaurant and learning center, and is publishing a cookbook. We are honored to have him as our featured chef.
At the feast, Honor the Earth will be presenting Water Protector awards to those protecting the Seventh Generation. To nominate an individual, organization, or business please share with us your name, the name and contact for those being nominated, and the reason you are nominating then. Nominations can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 612-385-1557. At the event we will announce the winners of the Water Protector Awards to recognize and celebrate their leadership in our community.
Please join us to celebrate the sucker moon and this land we all love, with a succulent 4-course feast.
If you are vegetarian, or if you have food allergies, that's no problem. Please email email@example.com or call 612-385-1557, and we will do our best to accommodate you! (Don't worry about dairy, gluten, or processed sugar - Sean doesn't use it anyway!)
We are so grateful for your support, and we look forward to seeing you soon. This will be an evening not to be missed!
Join Honor the Earth in honoring our ancestors, our water protectors, and our friends who stand to protect Minnesota’s water (nibi), wild rice (manoomin), treaties, and indigenous people put at risk by extreme industrial development.
We will see you there!
Honor the Earth, and local native artist vendors will have gift merchandise tabling ... if you are unable to to attend, you can shop online.