Family Engagement Event

Free Food & Storytelling!
Posted on 02/07/2023
Free Food & Storytelling!

You're invited to a free family Engagement Event!

Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Dinner @ 5:30pm | StoryTelling @ 6:30PM
Free for Families


Please join us for a free Family Engagement Event on Tuesday, February 28, 2023 in the Large Lecture Hall at Farmington High School. Trickster Tacos will be serving food beginning at 5:30 p.m. and then we will hear from Storyteller Hope Flanagan. This event, including food, is free and open to all our American Indian families. To help us plan for food please RSVP using the QR code no later than February 21.

Meet the Speaker: Hope Flanagan
Community Outreach and Culture Teacher

Hope Flanagan (Seneca) is from the turtle clan.  She is an elder who teaches about plants and wild plant gathering.  She is also a Storyteller in the Native Community. She has taught and worked in the Twin Cities Native Community since the late 70’s.  Most recently, Hope taught in an Ojibwe Immersion classroom for ten years, and prior to that as a Storyteller for Minneapolis Public Schools in drug and alcohol prevention for six years. She has worked at Dream of Wild Health (DWH) since 2009 and transitioned to a year-round position in 2018.