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Spring fasting camp, May 7‑11
Sault Tribe Traditional Medicine Program hosts a spring fasting camp, "Makade Kewinan," is set for May 7‑11, at the Mary Murray Culture Camp at 266 Homestead Road on Sugar Island off of Sault Ste. Marie. We are all spirits living a human life. Learning to sit with our first family allows our spirit to reconnect with who we are as Anishinaabeg.

Please remember offerings are the traditional way, make sure you are prepared and have your asemaa for the spirits.

Ladies, please be mindful of your moon time cycle/teachings.

For more information or if planning to attend, please call Laura Downwind at 906‑632‑5268 or Lori Gambardella at 906‑632‑0236.

Chi miigwech to everyone for bringing healing and wellness back to our Anishinaabek communities.

Spring releasing ceremony, May 8‑11
Sault Tribe Traditional Medicine Program hosts a spring releasing ceremony over May 8‑11 at the Mary Murray Culture Camp at 266 Homestead Road on Sugar Island off of Sault Ste. Marie.

We are a unique race of people with our own ways and abilities to heal through spiritual connection. To sit with mother earth and be still away from society allows one to self-reflect and heal the spirit.

Please remember offerings are the traditional way, make sure you are prepared and have your asemaa for the spirits.

Ladies, please be mindful of your moon time cycle/teachings.

For more information or if planning to attend, please call Laura Downwind at 906‑632‑5268 or Lori Gambardella at 906‑632‑0236.

Chi miigwech to everyone for bringing healing and wellness back to our Anishinaabek communities.

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