Cultural, educational, entertaining and engaging, CLC’s monthly programs offer a venue for networking, social interacting, teaching and learning. We provide a platform for Native American cultural educators, artists, performers, and others to share their knowledge and talents with the community. Our intention is to educate, and unite people to support Native American People and causes.
CLC provides snacks and beverages. Other times we ask the community to bring pot luck dishes to share. Most programs are for adults, unless otherwise stated. There is an area where kids can play, but they must be supervised by an adult at all times.
Take a look at our upcoming events…
January 12, 2018
Where CLC has been…..and where we are going!
Presented by CLC Board members Joann McLaughlin (CLC Vice President) and MaryAnn Robins (CLC President), with assistance from Rolando Santiago.
February 9, 2018
Valentine's Social Dance
Social Dancing and Singing for Valentine’s Day. Spirit Wing will be performing.
March 9, 2018
"Lake Of Betrayal" movie night.
Ron Williams (CLC Board member) introduces the movie about the building of the Kinzua Dam in northern PA, and it’s impact upon the Seneca Nation.
April 13, 2018
Pottstown's Forgotten Native History
Ron Williams (CLC Board member) will talk about Native history in the Pottstown area.
May 11, 2018
Presentation and discussion of the Affordable Care Act.
Don Gallagher is going to show a short movie about the Affordable Care Act, and Don and Jess McPherson (CLC Board member) will discuss it’s impact on our native communities.
No programs over the summer
See our Calendar for other events during the summer.
September 14, 2018
"What Was Ours" movie night.
Sandi Cianciulli (CLC Board member) introduces the movie “What Was Ours”. A documentary about two Northern Arapaho (a young journalist and a powwow Princess), and a Shoshone elder from the Wind River Reservation, trying to find missing artifacts in Chicago’s Field Museum. Their ultimate goal is to have their own museum on the reservation.
October 12, 2018
What's Native in PennsylvaniaMaryAnn Robins (CLC President) presents “Native American Influences in Pennsylvania”.
November 9, 2018
"Killers Of The Flower Moon"
John Irwin (CLC Secretary) will host a presentation about the book “Killers Of The Flower Moon” set among the Osage Indians in Oklahoma in the 1920s.
December 14, 2018
Volunteer Appreciation Day
The CLC Board will show it’s appreciation to it’s volunteers.
Programs are held on the 2nd Friday of every month.
7:00 – 9:00 PM
(doors open at 6:30)
Community Mennonite Church
328 W. Orange Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
(Enter the last door on the end, on the side of the church that borders Concord Street, and go down the stairs.)
Make a Donation
Please support the work CLC does to preserve Native American culture. Your gracious donation is tax deductible.