2 waawiita kiilhswa (2021)

noonki kaahkiihkwe neepanki (34℉) aalahkwahki ahsenisiipionki. kooniki neehi aapooši manetwa piihsaaci. noonki peehkonteeki kiinte saakiwa waawiita kiilhswa (keešaakosita). taaniši kiišikahki niiyaaha apiyani? neemani-nko kati waawiita kiilhswa? tookinanto oowaaha -> waawiita kiilhswa neemani-nko kati aakalaahšimaataweenki? toohkinanto mihtahkiši. (For English, click below)

Eemamwiciki Summer Programs 2021 Dates

The staff of the Miami Tribe’s Eemamwiciki Summer Programs are excited to announce the dates for this summer’s programs. The Cultural Resources Office has not made a decision about face-to-face programming for this summer, but for planning purposes we want to get the dates on everyone’s calendars. Two, week-long learning from home sessions will be…

28 mahkwa kiilhswa (2021)

noonki kaahkiihkwe neepanki (34℉) aahsanteeki ahsenisiipionki. noonki peehkonteeki myaalisiwa mahkwa kiilhswa (peemineeta). kapootwe kati saakiwa waawiita kiilhswa. taaniši kiišikahki niiyaaha apiyani? neemani-nko kati mahkwa kiilhswa? tookinanto oowaaha -> mahkwa kiilhswa neemani-nko kati aakalaahšimaataweenki? toohkinanto mihtahkiši. (For English, click below)

iiši peesintamankwi aalhsoohkaana ‘How we Listen to Winter Stories’

In a normal year, our Myaamia community usually spends early January preparing for our Winter Gathering events. One of the highlights of those gatherings for many of us is getting to spend time together listening to Aalhsoohkaana ‘Winter Stories.’ COVID-19 has forced our community to cancel face-to-face gatherings this winter, but we still want to…

17 mahkwa kiilhswa (2021)

noonki kaahkiihkwe tikawi ceeliteeki (49℉) aalahkwahki aašoohkoonawahkiki peetilaanki ahsenisiipionki. noonki peehkonteeki kiinte waawiyiisita mahkwa kiilhswa (peemineeta). taaniši kiišikahki niiyaaha apiyani? neemani-nko kati mahkwa kiilhswa? tookinanto oowaaha -> mahkwa kiilhswa neemani-nko kati aakalaahšimaataweenki? toohkinanto mihtahkiši. (For English, click below)

teekwahkahki ‘There is Frost”

The arrival of teekwahkahki ‘frost’ signals the end of neepinwiki ‘summer’ and the beginning of peepoonki ‘winter.’ The hard frost occurs during the period of seasonal transition called teekwaakiki ‘autumn’ in Myaamiaataweenki. This frost typically kills off the last of the green growth on plants and animals start to become less active. From a Myaamia cultural…