During bbon (winter) Potawatomi have participated in a variety of activities for centuries, including games like snow snake, storytelling and more that bring the community and families together to pass time and stay warm during the coldest months of the year.
Great Lakes Stickball Player by George Catlin 1835 [Smithsonian American Art Museum.] The first known six-sided dice dates from 3,000 BC Mesopotamia in what is now northern Iraq. The first horse race in America took place in the year 1668. Gambling and sport have been a part of the human identity for as Read More »
The three day weekend that brings CPN members from all over the world offers plenty of activities for family and friends to get fit. Three on three basketball, slow pitch softball and a 5k race are just a few events offered to “get fit” this Festival. The CPN Wellness Center will have a 5k Read More »
Every year CPN offers friendly games for adults who wish to test their skills at some of the more strategic and traditional games. The games and tournaments pair friends and family to go up against one another for chance to win prizes. Each game challenges the wits of each participant to tactically defeat their opponent. Read More »