Thursday, March 12, 2020

Indian Country Cancellations and Postponements Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

By Native News Online Staff - March 12, 2020 at 03:08PM

As part of its mission to keep Indian Country informed, Native News Online has compiled a list of cancellations or postponements taken by tribes and organizations as precautionary measures due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

All events are cancelled unless listed as being postponed.  Native News Online will update as needed. So, please refer back to this article.  

March 2020

Uranium Mine Hearing – Postponed

March 13

Chinle, Arizona


MSU NAISO’s 37th Annual Powwow of Love

March 14

Michigan State University

East Lansing, Michigan


Making Their Mark – Women Artists in Rural Midwest Communities Panel

March 14

Bemidji Minnesota

Art center will remain open as usual from 10am – 5pm


Uranium Mine Hearing – Postponed

March 14

Tuba City, Arizona


2020 National Tribal Public Health Summit – Postponed

March 17- 20

National Indian Health Board

Omaha, Nebraska



31st Annual “Celebration of Life” Powwow

March 21 – 22

Central Michigan University

Mt. Pleasant, Michigan


April 2020

2020 Celebrating All Walks of Life Traditional Powwow – Postponed

April 4 – 5

Grand Valley State University

Allendale, Michigan



37th Annual Gathering of the Nations Powwow

April 23 – 25

Albuquerque, New Mexico



2020 Native Broadcast Summit

April 27 – 30

Native Public Media

Phoenix, Arizona


Ninth Annual Native Harm Reduction Summit – Postponed

April 27 – May 1

Mahnomen, Minnesota


May 2020

None announced at this time


June 2020

Tribal Nations PR Conference

June 14 – 16

Madison, Wisconsin

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