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Welcomes You to Come out and Celebrate!
- Native American Heritage Month 2013 ‐
Native American dancing, drumming, singing, food tasting and more!
When: November 8th, Lyons, Multipurpose Room
November 25th, East Orange – 3rd Floor Auditorium
Time: 11:00am ~ 2:00pm
All Are Welcome!
To all of the Ramapough Lunaape families and friends. We invite you to join us to celebrate the completion of the 1st carvings on our ceremonial home in Mahwah, NJ @ 12 o’clock on our property at the (ceremonial grounds) on Halifax Rd. We will be conducting a ceremony in thanks of our survival and completion of the carvings. The ceremony will be followed by a pot luck dinner at the tribal building. We are asking everyone to bring something, some art and crafts, or come and ask questions in a big way, in a good way.
Listen to the drums and bring those beautiful smiles that have sustained us throughout history.
For those bringing food: Please coordinate with Maria Van Dunk
For those sharing a good time with your people: Contact your neighbors and come on..
The very best
All proceeds to benefit the Permanent Protection of New Jersey’s Black Bears
Over 50 Original Works of Art
Highlights of the Evening Include:
• Rudy Al James, Native American from Alaska,
Secretary-General of the United Indigenous Nations
• James J. Conroy, PhD., The Tree Whisperer,® along
with Basia Alexander
• Presentation on The True Nature of Black Bears
Morris Museum, 6 Normandy Heights Rd, Morristown, NJ 07960
Call for tickets
732-446-6808 or Order Online: www.SaveNJbears.com
$50 (or $40 each for two or more)
Or, make a donation to sponsor this event and receive a FREE BEAR Group membership
Effective immediately, The Tribal Roll will be closed for an indefinite period of time. . .
No new applications will be processed or accepted
No lose or updated Tribal Cards will be issued
No exceptions to any of the above
The Tribal Roll re-opening date will be posted on the website when the Council
re-opens it. Until then, please do not call the Tribal Building asking when
the Roll will re-open. The Office will not be able to answer the question.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, October 1 & 2, 2013 the New York Public Service Commission (PSC) will hold two public hearings on the question of the underlying need and cost of United Water’s proposed Haverstraw Water Supply Hudson River Desalination Plant. United Water has already submitted two significant water rate increase AND a $56 million surcharge to all ratepayers for what they term “pre-construction” costs for the desalination plant they have claimed is the “least costly” option for Rockland County’s drinking water supply. Please read the full story and donate below.
Open to the Public – Rain or Shine
September 14-15, 2013
Keepers of our Past Traditions
Ramapough Lunaape Nation Annual Powwow
Native American Festival
Congratulations! On behalf of Edison Wetlands Association, we would like to present you with our 2013 Friend of the Earth Award at our 11th Annual Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 13th, 2013 for your dedication and commitment to protecting human health and the environment throughout the Garden State. We would like to honor your tireless and dedicated efforts to protect and preserve the Ramapough Lenape Nation Land!
The awards will be presented at 12:00 PM at our Triple C Ranch & Nature Center at 206 Tyler Road, off of New York Boulevard in Edison. Please let us know as soon as possible if you can attend our Earth Day event, or if someone can accept the award on your behalf.
Edison Wetlands Association
Grand Opening Celebration at New York Indian Council, Inc. set for Sat., April 13, 2013, a new to the area non-profit organization is open and ready to serve American Indian/Native Americans, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiians
The profits from the sale of the 2013/14 Lunaape Calendars will fully go towards the materials and resources needed for the non-funded Lunaape Language classes on Munsee-Delaware Nation and Ramapough Lunaape Nation.
Can order by mail @
Ramapough Tribal Office
189 Stag Hill Rd.
Mahwah, N.J. 07430
Watch EPA Tells Ringwood Residents Supefund Site Cleanup Happening on PBS. See more from NJToday.