You're invited for free food and art!

You're invited for free food and art!
Posted on 03/14/2024
You're invited for free food and art!

You're invited to a free family engagement event! 

Saturday, April 20, 2024, 12-3 p.m.
Lunch & “Horse Sticks” art project
Free for Families 

Please join us for a free Family Engagement Event on Saturday, April 20, 2024 in The Commons at Farmington High School. Lunch, catered by Trickster Tacos, will be served and then families are invited to join artist John Knife Sterner in “Horse Sticks,” an art project. This event, including food, is free and open to all American Indian families. To help us plan for food please RSVP no later than April 18. 

RSVP Today!
Saturday, April 20, 2024
12-3 p.m. | Lunch & Art 
Free for Families 
Meet the Speaker:  John Knife Sterner
Artist, Teacher and Coach
John Knife Sterner has taught art for more than 28 years. He describes himself as “an Artist, Teacher, Coach, Sicangu Lakota, Parent, Husband, Brother, and Son.”  Sterner creates art in a variety of media including painting, sculpting, and more. His artwork is intrinsically tied to his cultural heritage. “The plains of Minnesota and South Dakota are my heritage, what makes me who I am. I live in southwestern Minnesota and was born in Flandreau, South Dakota. The opportunity to create art that is culturally incorporating my heritage is an important part of my personal journey to find who I am as a person, instructor, and artist.” 

John K Sterner
horse sticks