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Announcement - your help needed! ... The Intertribal Council of Solano County is in need of storage space...

For many years, Alicia DeOcampo has graciously allowed us to keep our equipment, ie. tables, chairs, stage, PW signs, tents, books, office supplies, coolers, flag stands, filing cabinets, pots 'n' pan, etc. in her storage unit free of charge. But all good things must eventually come to an end. We are currently renting storage, but the cost is depleting our checking account rapidly. And since we haven't had a large fundraiser in a couple of years, there has been no grants, or funds coming in.

If anyone has storage space available for our use, please contact us. We have a tax exempt status, 501(c)(3) with the Federal and State governments, so anything that is offered is tax deductible. Thank you very much, your generosity will be greatly appreciated.

 ~ Intertribal Council

About Us


Upcoming meetings

Our regular Board Meetings are at 6:30PM on 3rd Thursdays every month, at 301 Wallace Street in Vallejo, the Native American Studies building.   All are welcome. For Information or to confirm, call Eric StrongBear Fisher, Chair (707) 297-0580, or Midge Wagner, Sec/Treas (707) 226-1234.

Pow Wow meetings are included at ICSC Board meetings until further notice (see above). Watch here for Pow Wow updates.


Leonard Peltier page

Indian Mascots - Racism in Sports and Media

NAGPRA resources (Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act)

Archives - old stuff
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Announcing ...
You can help raise funds for Pow Wow!

McDonalds couponMcDonalds has agreed to support our Pow Wow by contributing 20% of your purchases at their Lincoln Road McDonalds location. Click on the image at right to download the flyer/coupon, print it, and present it when you stop at McDonalds on Tuesday, May 6th.


  ~ Midge on behalf of the Intertribal Council.

Intertribal Council of Solano County presents ...
Next summer, July 11-13, 2014
19th Anniversary Pow Wow

Announcing ...
Big news! We are changing our name!

Intertribal Council of Solano CountyWe are changing our name to "Intertribal Council of Solano County" beginning immediately. However, we still have to say "formerly known as: Vallejo Inter-Tribal Council" until the paperwork is complete.

We are changing the name to expand our territory to include other cities in Solano County as potential sponsors for the Pow Wow at Solano Community College, for support of our organization, and to broaden our membership. We will continue to participate in community events in Benicia, Fairfield, Vacaville, Suisun, and Vallejo, as well as other cities in the Bay Area.

We know this news may be surprising to our members and supporters, but there will be no dramatic changes to effect the work we do for the community.  We assure our followers we will still be active in the community, and visible for presentations, and continue to offer cultural activities.

We have graciously accepted the invitation to hold our annual Pow Wow at the Solano Community College on July 11-13, 2014, with the college co-hosting the event.  The college is a beautiful place to have the event, and we can guarantee you will enjoy the Pow Wow as much, or even better than in the past.  We urge everyone to mark their calendars so they won't miss this much anticipated celebration!! (We will distribute a Pow Wow flyer asap.

  ~ Midge on behalf of the Intertribal Council.

Announcing ...
DQU Veterans Pow Wow

DQU Veteran's Pow-Wow

At City Park in Vallejo ...
Great time at the Vallejo Unity Day!

Vallejo Unity Day 2013Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013, the Intertribal Council staffed an Indian Taco Booth at the Unity Day Celebration at City Park in Vallejo. We want to thank Vallejo Together's Maria Guevara and all the staff and volunteers for welcoming us so warmly to their event.

We opened with Eric StrongBear Fisher, Chair, saying a prayer, and members of Sweet Medicine, Midge Wagner, Janet Kendall, and Sierra R. Reid singing with Eric, an Honor Song to bless and welcome everyone who attended.

We want to thank Intertribal members: Eric StrongBear Fisher, Janet and Brian Kendall, Katrina Wauer, Sierra R. Reid, EJ Fisher, Sarahid Rivera, Gary ShortBull Estes, Jim Goss, and Midge Wagner for volunteering their precious time to make this event a success for our organization, and a glorious time for all of us, as well. A mention and shout-out to Benjamin and Mary Ann Buggs, Intertribal members, as well, for juggling their time between their booth, Faith Food Fridays, and ours.

 ~ Intertribal Council

Announcing in October ...
Infinite Scholars Program

Greetings all,

Please forward this to any students or adults who you think may be interested. (Click below for more information.)

 ~ Midge

Infinite Scholars Program

Download the poster
Download the Askari Sowende Productions letter

Native American Studies ...
Photos of our Dancing Class

Dancing Class   Click here for a few photos from our Native American Dancing Class.

Our regular meetings ...
Our meeting place and times...

Intertribal Council of Solano County meetings: 6:30PM on 3rd Thursdays every month, at 301 Wallace Street in Vallejo, the Native American Studies building.  All are welcome.

For Information or to confirm, call Midge Wagner, Sec/Treas (707) 226-1234, or Eric StrongBear Fisher, Chair (707) 297-0580.  More

Intertribal Council Newsletter

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Intertribal Council of Solano County
PO Box 6251 Vallejo, CA 94591
(707) 297-0580 or (707) 226-1234

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