Manataka American Indian Council

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Manataka American Indian Council



Summer Solstice 2018
Thursday, June 21

125 Remington Run, Lonoke Arkansas

6:00 pm- ? Until. 

Understanding the 4 Four Sacred Mountains

identifying our Gifts. Indian tacos. Everyone Invited. 

RVSP 505 4956725


Greg Impson Yawakia, Zuni Pueblo




Saturday, May 26, 2018  12-2pm


Sacred Grounds, 222 Coy St.


Bring drums, rattles, flutes, chairs, blankets. Ice chests okay.

Dedication of a stone remembering a member of Manataka and consecrating the land.

Water healing ceremony.


May 12, 2018  Saturday    MANY HANDS MEANS LIGHT WORK...

We are gathering volunteers for a two-three hour clean-up crew on the Sacred Grounds located at 222 Coy St. on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Mike Burton says to bring power weed-eaters, rakes, shovels, wheel barrow, etc.  Many hands means light work.  Mike says hot dogs, potato salad and fixins after chores. 30:00 Minute Ceremonies begin at 8:00 to reconsecrate the land and give thanks.  Bring your drums, rattles, horns.   Lawn chairs okay.  Please confirm this request for your help.   Thank you.  Lee Standing Bear Moore