to preserve the rich history of the Dakota and their relationship with early Minnesota settlers and Christian missionaries, and to explore contrasting cultural and religious viewpoints.
Oglala-Lakota Tribe member Grant Two Bulls will present his research on a core sample of sediment he took from the bottom of Bde Maka Ska (Lake Calhoun) to study the ecological effects of Euro-American farming methods.Sponsored by Pond Dakota Heritage Society.
The Sousa Band is a free concert featuring volunteer musicians in period costume from all over the Twin Cities. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, and enjoy some delicious ice cream.Sponsored by Pond Dakota Heritage Society.
See VideoView the award-winning video, “The Pond House,” which traces the history of the house through its builder and his great-grandson, and focuses on their important relationship with the Dakota people.
Produced by filmmaker Barbara Britain.