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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

The Missisquoi Abenaki Nation would like to say thank you to everyone that has donated in the last few months. We were able to provide families and the elderly  with a meal today. So no one goes hungry! We have received numerous donations on this 

Holiday Donations

Holiday Donations

We are reaching out to local businesses to help us make this holiday season possible for many families and the elderly in need. Maybe you can donate a turkey or a nonperishable to go with the turkey dinner. A gift card to a grocery store! 

Amazon Smiles

Amazon Smiles

Abenaki Names on State Park Signs

Abenaki Names on State Park Signs

https://www.wcax.com/2020/10/16/abenaki-names-will-soon-show-up-on-state-park-signs/

Totem pole celebration 2020

Totem pole celebration 2020

https://www.mynbc5.com/article/abenaki-totem-pole-installed-on-indigenous-peoples-day/34349953

Hunting and Fishing License Information

Hunting and Fishing License Information

Please stay tuned as we are waiting for instructions from Vermont Fish and Wildlife.   We do know: You will need an Abenaki Card, along with a special license. Just carrying your card is not sufficient. This will go in effect January 1, 2021. Please 

Food Shelf is OPEN

Food Shelf is OPEN

During these difficult times the food shelf has remained open. We are open to all families. We are funded by donations and ran by volunteers. When arriving in the parking lot, please call 868-6255. Someone will meet you outside. Curb side service! We have served 

Christmas Party 2018

Christmas Party 2018

Another hugely successful Christmas Party at the tribal building again this year.  Saints grand entrance on the TDI truck all lite up was superb.  We would love to thank everyone who came and to the people who make the event possible thank you for another