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15% Off All House of Howes Orders to Celebrate One Year as an Inspired Native Artist!

In recognition of the amazing journey this past year has been, House of Howes is celebrating by discounting this weekend!! This Thursday to Monday get 15% off all House of Howes Orders! Just enter the promo code "Inspired"! Be Inspired! And Miigwech (thank you) for supporting Inspired Natives!!

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House of Howes Artist Awarded 20 Under 40 Award

House of Howes Artist Sarah Agaton Howes has been named one of the Northland's "20 Under 40" Award Recipients for 2015 for her community work in the arts, business, and wellness.  http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/features/3840484-20-under-40-native-leader-artist-takes-inspiration-and-runs-it

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Houseofhowes creates series of online tutorials for Jingle Dress Making

In response to the high demand for information on how to make JIngle Dresses, Houseofhowes is making a series of online tutorials available here on the website or through YouTube.  This first set is How to String Jingles. Step 1:  What you need to string jingles Step 2:  Step 3: Step 4:

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Houseofhowes and Fond du Lac Reservation invest in a community cohort of moccasin makers "Makazinikewin"

Over the past three months Houseofhowes artist Sarah Agaton Howes and the Fond du Lac Reservation has been in a Makazinikewin partnership to invest in their community.  In response to high demand and repeated requests, both the Public Health Department, and Community Centers have brought Houseofhowes in to teach Ojibwe Pucker Toe Moccasin Making or "Makazinikewin".   We want to be able to have a moccasin maker in each family.  This is an investment in our community today and tomorrow.  We are building in identity, pride, connection, and community through these Makazinikewin classes.  The look of amazement, pride, and joy these artists have is the greatest reward.  There is ever increasing demand for our traditional teachings here in Fond du Lac and across...

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