2018 Events Calendar 

June 2, 2018

Triangle Native American Society and Wake County Indian Education Parent Committee Cordially invite you to our Annual Summer Potluck/BBQ

We are at Falls Lake,  Shelter no. 13 Rolling View Recreation Area, 4201 Baptist Road, Durham NC 27703.

There is an entrance fee to the park of $6 per car.

Don’t forget swimwear, we will be within walking distance to the swim area.

TNAS & WCIEPC will provide the location, plates, cups, napkins, charcoal, along with hot dogs and hamburgers. We ask that you bring a covered dish, buns, sides, fixings, a dessert or something else you would like to share with others (watermelons or any kind of fruit is always nice).

Everyone will need to bring something to drink and Ice. We will start grilling between 12:00 – 12:30 p.m. and plan on eating between 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. However, we cannot do any of this without your company and help.

We will do the honoring ceremony for our Graduating Seniors at 2:30 p.m. Make sure you can stay for this part.

Past Events

2016 Events Calendar 

May 6 – May 8

Lumbee Tribe Pow-Wow

“Dance of the Spring Moon” Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina Lumbee Tribe Cultural Center 638 Terry Sanford Road Maxton, NC 28364

Contact: Karen Bird (910) 522-5162

June 3

NC Commission of Indian Affairs Quarterly Meeting

Location to be announced (919) 807-4442


June 5- June 8

26th National Native Health Research Conference

Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort 777 Casino Drive, Cherokee, NC

Contact: (828) 497-7777

June 14 – June 17

NC Indian Youth Unity Conference

North Carolina State University

Contact: Mickey Locklear (919) 807-4449 or Cindi Harris (919) 807-4451

June 18

Sappony Tribe 5K Run Mayo Park

Roxboro, NC
Contact: (424) 585-3352

June 25-July 2

Lumbee Regional Development Association Lumbee Homecoming

Pembroke, NC

Contact: (910) 521-8602

June 30

Lumbee Book Talk

University of North Carolina at Pembroke Book Store

Featured Authors: TBA

Contact: or call 910-521-6266

July 4 – July 6

39th Annual July Eastern Band of the Cherokee Pow-wow

Acquoni Expo Center Acquoni & Big Cove Road Cherokee, NC

Contact: 1-828-554-6471

 August 5 – August 6

American Indian Women of Proud Nations Conference

Hosted by the Haliwa-Saponi Indian Tribe

Contact: Dr. Ogltree Richardson, Chief of the Haliwa-Saponi Indian Tribe

252-586-4017 Email: