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Whole-listic Health Expo
Whole-listic Health Expo

Sat, Jul 20


Shinnecock Indian Territory, Southampton, NY 11968, USA

Whole-listic Health Expo

Time & Location

Jul 20, 2024, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Shinnecock Indian Territory, Southampton, NY 11968, USA

About the event

The Shinnecock Indian Nation today announced it will be hosting an Indigenous Whole-listic Health Expo fund raiser. Scheduled for July 20, 2024 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the outdoor event will be a day of both fun and activities while providing resources to help and encourage individual and family growth through an indigenous lens: The Indigenous Medicine Wheel. The Indigenous model believes that in order for a person to live a complete life, there must be balance in cognitive, spiritual, physical and social areas of one’s life.

The Expo will be filled with activities, fun, games and food, centered around Whole-listic health. Presentations throughout the day will include guided activities, such as native-inspired group dances, focused discussions, art workshops, sharing resources and materials addressing topics such as ; education and childcare, emotional and physical wellness, medical remediation, and financial health. Environmental benefits will also be a part of the fun packed, activity infused day. There will be giveaways, raffles and the promise of an opportunity to build some great new summer memories! Funds raised from the event will be used to help erect a Shinnecock Education, Recreation and Culture Center, where this work will continue.

The Shinnecock Education, Recreation and Culture Center will provide defined spaces for culturally based group activities, trainings, resources and materials that will allow the community to continue to grow stronger in all areas of wellness that contribute to a well rounded, whole and more complete quality of life for self and family. The Shinnecock Indigenous Whole-listic Health Expo is a day filled with fun, food, and activities, while being able to speak with professionals who will share their knowledge and resources to enable all who attend to acquire tools, gain insight, and make immediate and long-term connections. It is a one-stop-shopping for WHOLE-listic health.

Media Contact:

Denise Williams, Director of the Education Department, Shinnecock Indian Nation



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