60th Annual SSC Anniversary Celebration
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Join us in celebrating 60 years of the SSC! The 60th Annual SSC Anniversary Celebration at the beautiful Discovery World Museum will include a night of delicious hors d'oeuvres, music, U.S. Indigenous people performance and dance with an informative information session and a special celebratory firework display at 21:45 to conclude the festivities.
The Discovery World is situated on Milwaukee's magnificent Lakefront and is surrounded by blue skies and the tranquil waters of Lake Michigan. From tall ships to tall buildings, this unique venue will excite all in attendance.
Buses will begin to leave the Hilton and Hyatt hotels at 18:45 and will run on a continuous loop to Discovery World. The last bus will depart from Discovery World for return to the hotels at 23:15.
Tickets are $10 per person and must be purchased in advanced via the SSC 2014 registration site. If you have not already purchased your ticket you can return to your meeting registration using your existing username and password to do so.
Did you know? While often referred to as Indians, American Indians, or Native Americans, these terms do not reflect their pre-existing history of being the native inhabitants of what became North and South America. Thus, it is more correct to use terms such as Natives, Native people, or Indigenous people, but to recognize that Natives are not a homogenous people since there are more than 500 nations across North and South America and their history, languages, and cultures are very diverse. Our entertainment will be representatives of the Oneida Nation, which is from Wisconsin.
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The 40th Annual SSC Meeting was held in 1994 in Leuven, Belgium.