Blog Party: Happy Indigenous Peoples Day

By: | October 13, 2018 | Tags: ,

Indigenous Peoples Day

Welcome to Our Indigenous Peoples Day Blog Party

This past Monday, October 8, marked the start of a new holiday: Indigenous Peoples Day.

The new holiday replaced Columbus Day in many parts of the United States.

As seen on Twitter:

Los Angeles celebrates its first Indigenous Peoples Day

Holidays  Earlier today
The city is celebrating its first-ever Indigenous Peoples Day with several events including a powwow and a performance with Black Eyed Peas and Redbone.
Since this holiday celebrates native cultures, today we are having a potluck blog party.


What food native to your culture are you bringing to today’s party? Tell us in the comments section when you introduce your blog.


Introduce your blog to the other guests at the party. Tell the readers about your blog, and post a link to your favorite post, a recent post, your About page, your blog link, or anything you like.

If you are not already following Mostly Blogging, I like new subscribers too.

At today’s blog party, we are having whatever food is traditionally eaten in your cultures. Enjoy the food and networking.

Note: At other blog parties, guests are encouraged to return and leave different links to articles in different comment boxes. You are welcome to return as often as you like and leave links.

I am hoping others will be able to find new blogs to read and new bloggers to connect with.

Guests, if you think others would enjoy the networking opportunities at our blog party, please share on your social media and blogs.  The more guests at the party, the more networking opportunities for all of us.

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  1. Jeanette S. Hall

    My great grand mother on my mom’s father’s side was full blooded American Blackfoot Indian. That makes me 1/8th. Grandpa said I reminded him of his mom in my attitudes about the land and other people. She passed away long before my mom was born, so I had the honor of meeting her. Really wish I had the chance!

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