Join us for The Sioux Chef Indigenous Foods Community Meal The evening will include a family style dinner prepared by the Sioux Chef, Sean Sherman! · Wednesday, November 16th · Social Hour at 5:00 pm, Dinner service begins at 5:30 pm · Door Prizes and Drawing at the end of evening for participants · RSVP is […]
Reminder on how important it is to get out in vote. Lower Sioux Indian Community will be offering rides to the voting polls. Please call 507-697-8600 to schedule a time.
The Lower Sioux Halloween Party is scheduled for October 29th, 2016 from 1pm to 3pm at the Interpretive Center. For more information please contact Cheyanne St. John at 507-697-6321.
As of September 21st, 2016 the Lower Sioux Police Department starting enforcing the off-road motorized vehicle ordinance. Please pay close attention to the ordinance. For more information please contact the Lower Sioux Police Department at 507-697-8655. off-road-motorized-vehicles
Project 1 – CRP Native Plant Seeding of Area Near Minnesota River Project description: The former farm field near the Minnesota River (along Oxford road) will be converted to native prairie plants this Spring as it was enrolled in the USDA Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). Several challenges are involved with this project because the native plants will have to […]
I would like to say pidamayapi for those who attended our Family Night Kick Off Event March 29th. We had a great group of participants in the discussions and sign-up sheets. I have all your contact information secured and will contact those when we are ready. There was a lot of great feedback with the Adult and Youth Surveys […]
Elder Work Program Applications are available at Lower Sioux Comm. Center- eligibility is verified by Tribal Council. Participants may apply and assist any approved Jackpot department which has open/available listing for assistance. The Elder participant may work up to a maximum of 20hrs per week. (No additional payment beyond 20hrs) The following departments are currently […]
Our team has been selected as one of only 60 teams in the nation to participate in the Native American Basketball Invitational (NABI) June 26th – July 2nd. NABI is the largest all Native American High School basketball tournament in North America. The tournament also boasts one of the nation’s largest “College and Career Fairs” […]
The Zika Virus disease is caused by a virus transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes. The virus was first discovered in the Western Hemisphere in May 2015. Since then, the Zika virus has been spreading throughout much of the Americas in a mosquito-to-human-to-mosquito cycle. This virus usually causes no illness or relatively mild symptoms. However, during the […]
The Lower Sioux Community is proud to offer these new elder services. ENP Van The arrival of the ENP van has now made it possible for Elder’s needing transportation to and from Jackpot Junction to enjoy their meal with other Elder’s in the Dining room for congregate services! The van is also handicap accessible, which […]