While being a source of life for countless ecosystems, organisms, and people, the Colorado River is considered to be North America's most endangered river. On Saturday, September 8th, 2018, Cloud Mtn Arts, The Museum of Northern Arizona, and Rise for Climate will present 'River Day at MNA' on the courtyard of the Museum of Northern Arizona. The event will feature traditional dances, local musicians, artwork from the Rumble Arts Collective, educational lectures and cultural perspectives. Speakers and musicians presenting at the event include Larry Stevens, Ed Kabotie, Brian White, Blammity Blam, and Tha 'Yoties.
Coinciding with the River Day Celebration on September 8th, is a national Rise for Climate action promoting the use renewable energies. In support of the local initiative, people who bike to the event will receive a 20% discount when they present their helmets at the door.
'River Day at MNA' is an all day event, Saturday, September 8th, 10am-5pm at the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff, AZ. Admission to the museum is $12 Adults (18+), $10 Seniors/Military, $8 Youth/Student/Native American, Under 10 and MNA members Free :)
10:30 - Opening Prayer, Opening Comments, Traditional Dances
11:30 - Blammity Blam!
12:15 - Larry Stevens Springs Stewardship Institute
12:45 - Fredrick Andrews Native Flute
1:00 - Ed Kabotie
1:30 - Speaker TBA
1:45 - Traditional Dances
2:15 - Dianna Uqualla Havasupai
2:30 - Tha 'Yoties
3:15 - Fredrick Andrews Native Flute
3:30 - Closing Comments
3:45 - Brian White and Friends