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How the Bahá’í Faith Fulfills Native American/Indigenous Prophecies: Kevin Locke
June 12 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT
This talk will be presented by Kevin Locke (Tokeya Inajin is his Lakota name, meaning “The First to Arise”) who is known throughout the world as a visionary Hoop Dancer, the preeminent player of the indigenous Northern Plains flute, a traditional storyteller, cultural ambassador, recording artist and educator. He will share his understanding of how the Bahá’í Faith fulfills Native American/Indigenous Prophecies. After the talk, there will be time for questions and answers. Join on Zoom.
About the Bahá’í Calendar and Holy Days
The Baha’i Faith has its own calendar, called the Badí’ Calendar. It is a solar calendar consisting of 19 months of 19 days each (361 days), plus “Intercalary Days” (four in ordinary years and five in leap years) to adjust the calendar to the solar year. The days and months are named after the attributes of God. The Nineteen Day Feast, the primary community gathering for Baha’is in each town and city, is held on the first day of each Baha’i month. Eleven Holy Days mark significant events in Baha’i history.