This winter, Honor the Earth invites you to an extraordinary evening celebrating the abundance of the north country and honoring the sacred waters of our region. Please join us Monday, February 13th at our Feast of Namebinigiizis, Sucker Moon, Honoring the Water and Minobimaatisiiwin, a 4-course indigenous feast by the Sioux Chef featuring 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, Namebinigiizis, Sucker Moon hosted at Peace United Church of Christ in Duluth.
A social hour and traditional music begin at 5:00 pm, with dinner served at 6:00pm. Tickets are $40 per person, $75 for a pair. All proceeds support campaigns to protect our land, water, and health in the face of extreme extraction.
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.
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 Allen Richardson, firstname.lastname@example.org or (218) 428-0290, 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!
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