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Indigenous Peoples’ Day – Virtual Youth Event

September 7, 2021

The Siletz Tribe’s Youth Services Team is hosting a virtual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration on Monday, October 11th at 6 PM. Please come celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day with us! Our presenters will share some words and reflections on why we honor this Day and why Indigenous Culture is still very relevant to our lives. We will also be giving out some swag raffle prizes! All Siletz Tribal Youth and their households are welcome.

You are encouraged to wear your regalia or favorite indigenous clothing brands and accessories to show your pride during our Zoom event. We look forward to seeing you and celebrating together!

And don’t forget!

Indigenous Peoples’ Day Sticker & Facebook Post

The Youth Services team wants to know: what does being indigenous mean to you? Send us a video or picture showing us how your family celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day by October 1st to receive a special Siletz Sticker! Email Kat at with your submission. For Tribal households with youth ages 18 and under.


Examples include traditional crafts, gathering materials, regalia making, dancing, drumming, singing, or cooking/gathering traditional foods.


If sending a video, please limit it to 10-20 seconds. Your submission will be used in a special Indigenous Peoples’ Day post on the CTSI Youth Facebook page. If you would like to opt-out of being included in the video, please let us know when sending in your submission.

Fill out the form below to sign up and to receive the Zoom link for the event.

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