Join Sharlene Wong, Outreach Specialist with our Native Workforce Services Program, to learn more about workers' rights relating to Minimum Wage and Wage Theft in Seattle! The session will be held March 17th at 4pm on Zoom. This is a great opportunity for all Seattle workers to learn more about their rights: don't miss it.… Read More »Minimum Wage and Wage Theft Workers’ Rights Training
Community Events at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center in Seattle.
Join us, Na'ah Illahee, and Green Seattle Partnership for a planting party! More information and registration (required) can be found here.
Native and Pacific Islander fathers: join Our Strong Fathers for a Talking Circle on March 24th from 6-8pm at our Columbia City location! Snacks and drinks will be provided. Fathers will sign up to the program at the event, but no advance registration is required. See you there! For any questions, contact [email protected].
Our Kina'ole team at United Indians wants to hear from you! As you emerge from this pandemic, we want to know how to best serve you. Join us for a guided listening session focused on sharing your needs and the needs of those around you. This session is open to Native American, Indigenous, and Alaska… Read More »Listening Session
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… Read More »Sacred Circle Gallery Lawney Reyes Reception
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… Read More »Foster Care Mini Powwow
To schedule private events, see our event rental page.