Indian Winter this year will be hosted by Aracoma on January 10-12 at Camp Horne. This year we are excited to offer a wide range of activities, with sessions ranging from American Indian activities, to sessions for lodge leaders, to fun sessions that all arrowmen can enjoy.
Our American Indian Activities (AIA) instructors are experts from across SR-9, and are prepared to help you learn more about AIA. Whether you're interested in drum, dance, beadwork, regalia, or one of the other many aspects of AIA, there will be plenty of options to learn about what you're interested in. You also have the opportunity to learn about Native American culture and history. In addition, this year you will have the chance to tour the University of Alabama's Paul Bryant Museum in Tuscaloosa, and learn more about the legendary "Bear" Bryant. There will be many opportunities for fellowship and patch trading with your fellow Arrowmen across SR-9! And finally, the weekend will end on a high note with the Saturday night show.
The event fee is $25, and the event will be hosted by our brothers in Aracoma on January 10-12, 2020 at Camp Horne. There is something for every arrowman at Indian Winter, and we hope to see all of SR-9 there. Register at http://SR-9.org/indian-winter-registration/ today!