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Pandora’s Book Club

Join us for a discussion of Night of the Living Rez by Morgan Talty

Film Screening: Women of the Chickasaw Nation

Chickasaw Nations Productions presents two films on prominent Chickasaw women. Bearer of the Morning: The Life of Te Ata Thompson Fisher follows the life Chickasaw performer and advocate, Te Ata Thompson Fisher, who traveled the globe and met with countless leaders to perform Chickasaw tales, preserve the culture, and overturn…

A wood table is the background. There is a Buder Center logo at the top and underneath the text reads, "Flavors of the Land: Unveiling the Roots of Native Foods ". Below that is a white banner that says, "With the Buder Center." White text underneath reads, "Sunday Sept 24th at 1:30PM". There are images to the left. One is of three sisters salad and the other is a bowl of chili.

Flavors of the Land: Unveiling the Roots of Native Foods with the Buder Center

Delve into the captivating history behind Native food as our knowledgeable presenters share the cultural significance, connections to the land, and ancestral influences that shape these traditional recipes. This is an immersive program that combines food demonstrations, enlightening talks, and captivating storytelling to explore the origins and traditions behind Indigenous…

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Saturday Morning Perks

This month’s book is Night of the Living Rez by Morgan TaltyMasks are recommended.

Cahokia Mounds Presents City of the Sun: The Ancient City of Cahokia with Cristhian Flores Trujillo

Join us as Cristhian Flores Trujillo, the Site Conservation Education Representative at Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, discusses the ancient city of Cahokia, a site in present-day Illinois which was inhabited by Native Americans from about 700 to 1400. An ancient metropolis, it was an artistic, cultural, and power center…

Community for Understanding and Hope Book Group

Join us virtually (by phone or computer) for a book discussion! This month’s meeting will be the book Night of the Living Rez by Morgan Talty. In a quest to transform the Kirkwood area into a prejudice-free community of highly respectful individuals, CFUH initiates ongoing dialogue and social interaction to create…

A dark starry night sky with trees in the background. In pink tet it reads "Announcing!!! One Author, One Kirkwood. Morgan Talty. October 12, 2023. Supported by the Edward Chase Garvey Memorial Foundation." The text is on the left side of the image. An image of the author in a circle is to the right of the text. The author is a native man in a gray long sleeve shirt. The book cover is just below his picture. It says Night of the Living Rez in orange, pink and purple text. With dark night sky and trees in the background.

One Author, One Kirkwood: Morgan Talty

This year’s annual One Author One Kirkwood author is Morgan Talty! Morgan Talty is a citizen of the Penobscot Indian Nation where he grew up. Named one of Narrative’s “30 Below 30,” Talty’s work has appeared in The Georgia Review, Shenandoah, TriQuarterly, Narrative Magazine, LitHub, and elsewhere. He lives in…

Award-Winning novelist, Diana Abu-Jaber chosen for One Author, One Kirkwood 2022

Award-Winning novelist, Diana Abu-Jaber chosen for One Author, One Kirkwood 2022 Her latest novel, ‘Fencing with the King’ releases March 15th, event to be held April 6th at the Kirkwood Performing Arts Center   Kirkwood, MO: On April 6th, Kirkwood Public Library will welcome Diana Abu-Jaber as the One Author,…

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