Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 30!
Lushootseed Research is hosting the second annual Lushootseed Conference in Seattle, US. The conference will include information on language and research resources, as well as on immersion programs, and a variety of topics will be presented. The conference will run from 8:30 to 5:00 at the Lemieux Library.
The registration form includes an option for people attending for continuing education credits.
Lushootseed (lut) is a language spoken in and around the Seattle area. As of 1990, there were 60 speakers according to the Ethnologue. To learn Lushootseed phrases and stories, and to join the phrase mailing list, see Tulalip Lushootseed.
Location: Lemieux Library at Seattle University, US
Registration fee (incl. lunch): $50/$40 for early bird registration by April 22/$20 for students and elders
Sponsors: The NW Indian College Cooperative Extension and the Office of the President of Seattle University