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Mohawk Community

Reestablished September 1993

Take Peace with You
Workshops and events

Spring Mohawk Language Classes: April 3-21, 2023

  Kanatsiohareke's Online Language classes return this Spring:  3 one-week sessions (Beginners, Basic, and Basic Practice) - weekdays April 3-21, 5:30-8:30 pm.  Here are the Class Flyer and the Registration forms:







Online Summer Mohawk Language Program (July 4-22, 2022)


July 4 - 22, 2022:  Virtual Mohawk Language Classes! A fundraising program for Kanatsiohareke Mohawk Community

Summer Language Registration is now Open!!! Three (3) levels of learning being offered virtually via Zoom network, 3-hours per day, Monday to Friday, 5:30-8:30 pm.


Level 1: Introduction to Mohawk – July 4-8 

An intensive Beginners class for those who have had NO prior, or very minimal, exposure to the Mohawk language. Study includes: practice with sounds, vocabulary, greetings, short dialogues. 

Registration deadline: Saturday, July 2, 2022


Level 2: Basic Mohawk – July 11-15

A language class for those who have some prior Mohawk language-learning experience. Study includes: grammar, pronouns, vocabulary, phrases, sentences, dialogues. Registration deadline: Saturday, July 9.


Level 2.5: Basic Mohawk Practice – July 18-22

A Mohawk class for those who have been learning the language. Providing opportunity for oral practice of basic learning to improve speaking proficiency. Study includes: vocabulary, verb tenses, dialogues, short conversations. Registration deadline: Saturday, July 16.


On-Line Donation at:

Registration Fee is a Donation of $150 (US) per session due at time of registration. Also accepting Mail-in Checks or Money Order: Payable to “Kanatsiohareke”








Summer 2022 Language Class Registration Form


June 6 – 10, 2022   Indigenous Writers' Retreat

Registration is open to Indigenous Graduate Students & Writers!
Kanatsiohareke is offering a week-long opportunity to work on a dissertation, thesis, academic paper, report, proposal, article, journal, course outlines, or other literary works. Registration in this Indigenous Group will provide each writer an opportunity for daily quality writing time. 

9:30 AM – 12:30 PM, Monday thru Friday. 

This 5-day event will provide an opportunity for writers to meet virtually to:
* complete writing on academic papers, journals, thesis, dissertation...
* network and share information on writing projects with other Indigenous scholars
* listen to personal stories of navigating academia from guest Indigenous PhDs
* enjoy a virtual writing space with others needing time, space, community support
Deadline for Registration: Friday, June 3, 2022

FEE: DONATION of (US) $50 - $75 - $100 - $150+ All $$ sent directly to Community.
Donate online using Donate button at

2022 Writers' Retreat Registration form:









Virtual Strawberry Festival 2021



To ensure everyone's safety, we are holding our annual Strawberry Festival online again this year.  We will have online performances, teachings, stories and an auction on the last weekend of June as always.  Mark your calendars for June 25-26. These events will be broadcast via our community Facebook page, Kanatsiohareke Mohawk Community, and will include a market of vendor items for sale to support our vendors and the Kanatsiohareke community.  The vendor market will run from June 14 through the festival weekend, ending June 26, and the auction will run June 21-26.


The main festival week of June 21-26 features the following talks and events. All will be shown on our 2021 Strawberry Festival Virtual Celebration group, at (Viewers: be sure to go to that link and join the group ahead of time, so you won't miss any of it!) Here's the current schedule: 

Opening Address - Tom Porter, 6/21

Founding of Kanatsiohareke  - John Chiarmella, 6/22

Significance of the Strawberry, and other Mohawk stories - Kay Olan, 6/25 

On Saturday, 6/26, the following musicians will perform as a benefit for the community: 

11:00 – Gary Farmer

12:00 - Spirit Wing

1:00 - Keena Marie

2:00 - Peace Poets

3:00 - Mignon Geli

4:00 - Pura Fe

5:00 - Kontiwennenhawi and Bear Fox

6:00 - Fitch, Greenfield and Hill

7:00 - Jimmy Wolf

All of the speakers and artists will be remote of course, and many will be doing their presentations live.  We appreciate their generous support. Please join them in supporting Kanatsiohareke, by donating directly at Donations are vital to our continuing programs and operations, especially in this difficult time when we cannot gather in person.

Between sets, please be sure to browse and buy from our vendors and place your bids on our auction items, which are all posted there at that same location: Get your bids in early -- the online auction ends after the last set, at 8:00pm sharp!

















Consult the calendar to see upcoming events


See the pdf files above for details about the 2021 Spring Indigenous Writers' Retreat and  Mohawk Language Classes.  


To register, please return the completed registrations and make payments as specified on the forms. 

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