Fatherhood is Sacred Program 2023
Snoqualmie Indian Tribe Culture Department
The Fatherhood is Sacred Program offers participants the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the importance of responsible fatherhood as reflected in Native American values and beliefs. This is a six-week course to provide culturally relevant materials to teach fathers and father figures of Native American children how to be responsibly involved in their child’s life and the vital impact it has on their family.
All sessions will occur from 5 PM – 7 PM at the Snoqualmie Tribal Center.
Snoqualmie Tribal Center
9575 Ethan Wade Way SE
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
A meal will be shared at each session and attending participants will receive a gas stipend. Each class size is limited to 20. Due to the nature of the discussion topics we prefer that children are not present at the classes. There will be a celebration of completion that fathers and father figures will be able to attend with their children.
For questions, please contact the Culture Department by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Wayne Graika at 425-449-6630.
- May 23: Introduction to the Program
- May 25: Laying the Foundation
- May 30: The Creator
- June 1: Choice
- June 6: Essential Part of Choice
- June 8: Teachable
- June 13: Barriers to being Teachable
- June 15: Wisdom
- June 20: Service
- June 22: Self-Identity
- June 27: Relationships
- June 29: Nurturing