Community Events at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center in Seattle.

Sacred Circle Gallery Lawney Reyes Reception

Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center 5011 Bernie Whitebear Way, Seattle, WA

We are honored and excited to have a tribute exhibition for artist, designer, and author Lawney Reyes, one of the original founders of United Indians of All Tribes Foundation, in Sacred Circle Gallery. We will be hosting a reception for his show on April 9th from 2pm - 5pm at Daybreak Star, and hope to … Continue reading Sacred Circle Gallery Lawney Reyes Reception

Commuter and Secure Scheduling Workers’ Rights Training

Seattle commuters: join our Native Workforce Services Program's Outreach Specialist to learn more about your rights! The training will take place on April 29th at 4pm on Zoom. We look forward to seeing you there!

Foster Care Mini Powwow

Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center 5011 Bernie Whitebear Way, Seattle, WA

Save the date! Our Foster Care Program is hosting its 4th annual mini powwow, open to the public. This event is part of Foster Care Awareness Month (May), and we will be showing our gratitude to foster care families caring for Native foster youth. Our mini pow wow is a traditional/exhibition pow wow. Note: This … Continue reading Foster Care Mini Powwow

OSF – Child and Infant CPR Class

Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center 5011 Bernie Whitebear Way, Seattle, WA

Join Our Strong Fathers to learn child and infant CPR on May 15th at 12pm! Space is limited to 25 people, so be sure to register today! Current OSF participants will be prioritized, but the session is also open to the wider Daybreak Star community. Sign up here.

Fair Chance Employment and Paid Sick and Safe Time Workers’ Rights Training

This training gives Seattle workers an important opportunity to learn about their rights to fair chance employment and paid sick and safe time. The training will be held on Zoom: if you are interested, please register here to have the Zoom link sent to you shortly in advance of the training.

Daybreak Circle Time Connections – Supporting an LGBTQIA+ Youth in Care

In collaboration with Alliance CaRES, our Foster Care program invites foster care, adoptive, and kinship families of Native American foster children to participate in two sessions (June 14th AND 21st from 6:30pm-8:30pm on Zoom) on supporting LGBTQIA+ youth in care. There will be training certificates after the completion of the two classes. Register at bit.ly/alliancecares. … Continue reading Daybreak Circle Time Connections – Supporting an LGBTQIA+ Youth in Care

Culture Day

Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center 5011 Bernie Whitebear Way, Seattle, WA

RSVP required. Our Traditional Medicines Program and Our Strong Fathers invite Native people and families to a Culture Day to be held at Daybreak Star on June 18th from 10am - 5pm. You will learn how to make your own regalia for the upcoming Powwow season. Kaya Alice will be leading a workshop on making ribbon … Continue reading Culture Day

Sacred Circle Gallery – Ric Gendron Reception

Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center 5011 Bernie Whitebear Way, Seattle, WA

We are fortunate to be hosting an exhibit of Ric Gendron’s work in the Sacred Circle Gallery. We hope you’ll join us for a reception on June 28th from 2-5pm!

Daybreak Circle Time Connections – Supporting an LGBTQIA+ Youth in Care

In collaboration with Alliance CaRES, our Foster Care program invites foster care, adoptive, and kinship families of Native American foster children to participate in two sessions (June 14th AND 21st from 6:30pm-8:30pm on Zoom) on supporting LGBTQIA+ youth in care. There will be training certificates after the completion of the two classes. Register at bit.ly/alliancecares. … Continue reading Daybreak Circle Time Connections – Supporting an LGBTQIA+ Youth in Care

To schedule private events, see our event rental page.