Lacrosse Workshop & Game

Sunday, November 1

Time: 2 p.m. — 5 p.m.

Location: RecPlex, MAC Gym

NATIVE PEOPLE OF THE AMERICAS COLLOQUIUM 2015
NOVEMBER 1-2, 2015
UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON

The University of Dayton will hold a 2-day colloquium featuring sessions on Native American identity and culture.

Facilitators: Leon Briggs and Jaime Jacobs

Contemporary Lacrosse has its origins in a Native American game played by Eastern Woodland tribes. Leon Briggs (Tonawanda Seneca) and Jamie Jacobs (Tonawanda Seneca) will discuss Lacrosse within the context of Seneca history and culture, including the 2010 Olympics Iroquois controversy. This session will be followed by an instructional clinic and exhibition game.

Pre-Registration: No pre-registration is required to attend the informative session and exhibition game. UD students who wish to participate in the instructional clinic and exhibition game, however, must RSVP to Mary Anne Angel (mangel1@udayton.edu; 937-229-2548; 937-760-1936). Registrations will be accepted on a first come basis until all openings are filled!

A complete schedule of Native Peoples of the Americas Colloquium events can be found at www.go.udayton.edu/npac. For additional information or special accommodations, please contact the Office of Multicultural Affairs at 937-229-3634 or oma@udayton.edu.

Sponsored by the Native People of the Americas Colloquium Committee

Contact Information:

Name:  Carlos Stewart
Phone:  937-229-3689