July 26.

12-2pm

Syracuse : Arrival of the Unity Riders in New York State
We will be gathering in welcome and historical reception of the Dakota Unity Riders at :
Dunbar Association, Inc.

1453 South State Street, Syracuse, NY 13205
July 27. 10am-pm Troy, Unity Riders Welcome
Details to be announced

 

10am-5pm

Two Row Send-off Celebration Festival at:
Russell Sage College
65 1st St, Troy, NY, 12180, USA

For more information contact:
Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign
Phone:
315-701-1592
Email:                        
tworow@peacecouncil.net

July 28.

2pm-4pm

Epic Canoe Trip: Symbolic Enactment
Departure of canoes at:
Hudson River in Troy

For more information contact:
Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign
Phone:
315-701-1592
Email:                        
tworow@peacecouncil.net

 

12:30pm

Saugerties : The Unity Riders lead opening ceremony for HITS Grand Prix
HITS, Inc.
319 Main St, Saugerties, NY 12477
For more information contact:
Phone:
845-246-8833

July 29. 10am The Unity Riders will cross the Rosendale Railroad Tressle. Come out to meet the riders.

 

2pm-4pm

Unity Riders leave from Woodstock Community Center through the town center on to KTD, Buddhist retreat center for a clearing ceremony at Magic Meadow.

Carpool from Woodstock public parking lot if possible as parking space is limited.
July 30. 11am The Unity Riders will ride from Mount Tremper on Rt 212 through Phoenicia and on to Menla Mountain Retreat.

 

1pm-5pm

Menla Mountain Retreat: 375 Pantherkill Road, Phoenicia.
An afternoon of horse and native customs ceremony

Aug 1. 10:30am Hudson Maritime Museum (HMM), Kingston Roundout
Opening Ceremonies: Fire LIghting, Thanksgiving address
and welcome to all present.
  11am Introduction to Two Row Wampum Treaty Enactment
and Unity Ride, Drumming
  11:30am

Unity Riders come down Broadway:
Arrival and Welcome at HMM

Speakers: Patrick - host - HMM
Nina Postupack - County Clerk - Ulster Co.
Shayne Gallo - Mayor of Kingston
Drumming

  12pm Welcome Two Row Renewal Campaign -
speakers: Jim Davis, Hawk Storm, Gloria Fogden
  12:30pm Two Row Wampum paddlers come up the Rondout Creek to
join riders at Hudson Maritime Museum for lunch
  1:30pm Pipe presentation at HMM
Unity Rider Chief Gus High Eagle addresses paddlers

 

2:30pm

Unity Riders depart to drumming by Donna & All Drums, performance of dancers

Aug 2.

9:30am -1:30pm

Beacon Fire tower ceremony.
Leaving Mount Beacon Park at Intersection Howland Avenue and 9D ( Wallcott Rd) to walk up the mountain

Join the Unity Riders on the Mountain Top!

Aug 3.

10am-11:30am

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Riders go across the bridge "Walkway over Hudson" in Poughkeepsie as Two Row paddle under bridge.


  10am -8pm Beacon Native Festival
 

2pm

The Unity Riders give address to public at Beacon Waterfront Park. Next to Metro North Train Station. Easy train ride from NYC!!!
Aug 4   Woodstock, NY

   11am

Woodstock, NY
Unity Riders lead the Flag Procession of all Nations in Woodstock on the International Day For Peace.
Procession leaving from intersection of Rt 375 & Rt 212 and ends at Comeau Property with Flag Ceremony offered by World Peace and Prayer Society.

Special guest NY Senator Cecilia Tkaczyk

        

1pm

Woodstock, NY
Free Concert at Comeau property with: Irish Master Liam O’Maonlai, Dakota drummers, singer Jessie High Eagle, Jerama African Drummers, Tibetan singer and other special guests

  5pm

Woodstock, NY
Colony Cafe, Rock City Road, $20.00 at door
Liam O’Maonlai of the Hothouse Flowers,

Special guest Gayle Two Eagles, Paul McMahon & friends

Aug 5

 

Newtown, CT
The Unity Riders arrive at the Connecticut Horse Brigade in Newtown.
And leave for procession through Newtown.

Aug 6 9-11am

Danbury, CT
The Unity Riders arrive at Tarrywile Park located at 70 Southern Blvd, Danbury, CT 06810. Meet the riders and their medicine horses.

For directions and more information on the park and mansion go to: tarrywile.com

  12pm

Danbury, CT
The Unity Riders proceed to the Pines for ceremonies and gathering to honor Albert Afraid of Hawk and the greater Danbury community for their work to return Albert safely to Pine Ridge, North Dakota.

  5:30pm Danbury Museum, picnic with the riders

Aug 7

 

Open for Bookings
Details to be announced

Aug 8

10am-6pm

Ramapo / Dakota Nation gathering in Mawah NJ

Aug 9 10am

NYC,  Pier 96 ( 57th Street)
Paddlers come on land and are welcome by dignitaries and community leaders, including Dutch Consul General, Rob de Vos.

  11:30am March from Pier 96 to United Nations

 

1:30pm

Dag Hammerskjold Plaza,
Welcome by UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

  3-6pm UN Event for International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples (invited guest from Two Row)

Aug 10

 

Battery Park
Details to be announced

Aug 11

12pm - 5pm

Beacon Corn Festival at:
Beacon Sloop Club / Waterfront
Free Admission and parking.

For more information contact:
Info: www.beaconsloopclub.org or (845) 463-4660