The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma hosts several programs over the course of the summer. You can learn more about each program by visiting the Miami Tribe’s Eemamwiciki website. Each year the programs have a different theme. Follow the links below to learn more about the theme and see what has happened in past programs.
This page is currently under construction so check back later if the page you want isn’t linked yet!
Weecinaakiiyankwi Weecikaayankwi (Song and Dance)
Meehtohseeniwinki Ašiihkionki (Living on the Land)
Weekihkaanki Meehkintiinki (Games)
Kiikinaana (Our Homes)
Summer Program Articles
Eemamwiciki is excited to announce the opening of our very first pen pal program. The idea for creating this came out of a suggestion made by a participant in our 2020 Eemamwiciki at Home summer program. They wanted Myaamia youth to be able to connect with each other from across our diaspora, and we’ve expanded…
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…
This past summer marked the fourteenth year of the Eewansaapita Summer Youth Educational Experience. Eewansaapita means ‘sunrise’ and is a metaphoric expression for community rebirth, renewal, and empowerment. It is the flagship youth education program of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma for tribal citizens ages ten to sixteen. The focus of the program is to…