|October 10, 2013
Traditional Games Clinic open to public
BROWNING — The International Traditional Games Society will host a traditional games clinic on October 16, 17, and 18. The conference is open to the public. “The three day course will cover brain research and development, and games of chance and intuition. This clinic will also cover how Native American people solved issues, developed communities, societies, and stayed connected through spiritual, ceremonial and physical play,” stated ITGS Executive Director Craig Falcon.
The clinic will be held in the Blackfeet tribal games building located next to the Casino and the Holiday Inn Express in Browning. The conference will be a level one and two training.
The cost is $250 per person and can be paid through check or purchase order. For more info contact D. Leader at 406-226-9141.