Indian Winter 2021
Presented by: the Pa-Hin, Naguonabe, and Totanhan Nakaha Lodges
Indian Winter is an annual event hosted by the Pa-Hin, Naguonabe, and Totanhan Nakaha Lodges of the Order of the Arrow that focuses on educating Arrowmen about American Indian culture, and the appropriate use, maintenance, and creation of American Indian regalia.
Sessions offered during the training are taught by subject matter experts, and cover a wide range of topics from culture, to crafts, to Order of the Arrow ceremonies.
With the event being held virtually this Winter, we hope that you enjoy this great event from the comfort of your own home! The event will run from 8:45AM to 5PM on Saturday March 13th, 2021. Online registration is available here (https://scoutingevent.com/250-indianwinter2021), and closes Friday, March 12th at 5:00PM.
This event is for all Arrowmen regardless of lodge affiliation. We encourage all youth members and ceremonialists to get trained this March! Indian Winter is an excellent opportunity to broaden one’s understanding of the connection between American Indian culture and the Order of the Arrow, and ensure that local lodge and chapter ceremony practices follow a respectful standard.