Development is Underway Across the Lumbee Tribal Nation. The Lumbee Tribe of N.C. has many single-family construction projects underway throughout our service areas of Robeson, Scotland, Hoke and Cumberland Counties. We are proud to announce several housing developments as well. In recent years the demand for affordable rental housing has grown and has lead to the development of Dreamcatcher Union Chapel which is designed to create safe and affordable housing for tribal mem
Thank you to Lance Culpepper, Lost Colony Associate Producer, several of the Lumbee cast members of the 84th Season of the Outdoor Drama and Lumbee models who were featured in the drama marketing for visiting the Lumbee Culture Class tonight. The class included an informational season to discuss auditions and casting opportunities for the Lost Colony Season 2022.
The schedule has changed for our onsite COVID-19 Vaccinations. The Vaccinations are now available Wednesday through Saturday and will no longer be available on Tuesday. The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is available for children ages 5-11 at the Lumbee Tribe Boys & Girls Club. The address is 120 Youth Drive, Pembroke, NC 28372. Each week, the vaccinations are available Wednesday through Friday: 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm and Saturday from 9am - 12pm. Vaccine boosters are also available. The
On Tuesday, the Lumbee Culture Class will also include an informational session with a Lost Colony Outdoor Drama Associate Producer to discuss auditions and collaboration for the Lost Colony Season 2022. The Lumbee Tribe Culture Class is held at the Lumbee Tribe Cultural Center on Terry Sanford Drive in Maxton, NC. The class begins at 6 pm.
Mark your calendar! The 26th Annual American Indian Heritage Celebration will be an online experience on Saturday, November 20, 2021, with a special online experience for students and educators on Friday, November 19. Engage with American Indians from North Carolina’s eight recognized tribes in live presentations and panels, plus enjoy videos that celebrate the history, culture, and continuing contributions of North Carolina’s American Indian communities. For more information
The theme for this year’s American Indian Heritage Month in N.C. is, “Strong Roots in Changing Times,” reflecting the resilience of American Indians throughout the pandemic and the continued preservation of their rich culture and traditions. United Tribes of N.C. and the N.C. Commission of Indian Affairs have released the November 2021 Indian Heritage Month Artwork, which was created by Lumbee Artist, Karl Anthony Hunt. Congratulations to the North Carolina Commission of Indi
The Memorial Ceremony and Bike Ride is getting ready to begin. The event is at LRDA and will end at the Lumbee Tribe Cultural Center. If you had a loved one pass due to a COVID-19 diagnosis, this Memorial Ceremony honors them. Our biker community will join in a ride across the county after the ceremony.