Thank you for visiting our web site, we welcome you. While here: relax... feel at ease... clear your mind of all clutter. Imagine that you are outside, on a cool, sunny day... feel the breeze... hear the pine boughs hiss softly overhead... sage smoke faintly drifts to your nose.Our organization is student run, student funded, and open to any new members who are Native American, or simply wish to learn more about this living culture. We meet every other Thursday evening at 7 P.M. to plan our regular programs covering a wide range of topics and activities. Stop by to visit: we can be found in the Memorial Union Building, on the first (bookstore) level, in the offices of the Diversity Support Coalition, just down the hall from WUNH radio 91.3 FM.
The Native American Cultural Association chapter at UNH held its first annual harvest festival in October, 1988. Come to our next meeting any Thursday at 7 PM. This fall we did a hike up Mount Major and had a good turnout. We ate PB and J at the top and Wally told us about the native named landmarks in the area.
Here are some clippings from the New Hampshire (the UNH student newspaper) about our 2005 Pow Wow and one of our other activities. You might also want to check out what the Campus Journal - our faculty and staff publication had to say about the 2005 Pow Wow. The Seacoast Online newspaper also covered our Pow Wow in 2000.
Phone: (603) 862-0231, E-mail: UNHnaca@hotmail.com
Address: N.A.C.A., D.S.C., MUB, UNH, Durham, N.H. 03824
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