CONTENTS: The Story We Tell Is The World We Create
Join us February 7, 7 pm at Diamondhead Educations Center, as documentary filmmaker Tiana LaPointe presents her recent film, Mni Ki Wakan: Water is Sacred. Through her work, Ms. LaPointe emphasizes the histories and sacredness of Indigenous people. She is a recipient of the Sundance Institute Knight Fellows Program. She will be joined by the 
Ringing Shield Drum Group
who will
convey the sacredness of water through drumming and storytelling. This event is free and open to the public.




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       We believe that;  Community Education is a commonsense approach to improving the quality of life for our community and citizens through  lifelong learning.
Community Education is the link to our schools for a significant portion of the population who have no children in our schools.  We provide services to residents from 6 weeks old to our senior citizens in the pursuit of lifelong learning. Our supports reach across age, gender, racial and ethnic boundaries to provide meaningful and fulfilling opportunities for all. We are the first point of contact for students in our district and strive to meet their needs throughout their academic careers and into their adult lives. 
191 Community Education is located at
200 West Burnsville Parkway, Suite 100, Burnsville, MN  55337
   952-707-4150. We are open M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


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