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This event is a celebration of our Missisquoi Abenaki Heritage, held on Memorial Day Weekend.

The Abenaki Nation of Missisquoi would like to congratulate our scholarship winner Molly Medor of Highgate, VT. Best wishes for a great freshman year!

Monthly beading with TK, Elders and Youth. Sponsored by Historical Intergenerational Trauma Grant.

PC Donates Truck to Local Food Pantry

A list of our new Maquam Bay of Missisquoi Board of Directors and their contact information.

The Abenaki Nation of Missisquoi's 2024 Winter Newsletter.

The Chief Leonard "Blackie" Lampman Scholarship, sponsored by the Abenaki Nation of Missisquoi.

Purchase tickets for the chance to win our Valentine's Day Basket!

The Blood Pressure Station at the Tribal Office HQ is now open and available!

These are the events to look forward to in January!

The results of the election for Tribal Council and and Chief of the Abenaki Nation of Missisquoi, held on November 12th, 2023.

A look into the fun that was had at the Tribal Office HQ for our Holiday Centerpiece event this past Saturday, the 16th of December 2023.

Through the United Way of Northwest VT, we gift festive food baskets and presents for kids (16 and under) to nearly 1,000 families in Franklin and Grand Isle Counties during the holiday season.

Revitalizing rural Vermont, the Northern Border Regional Commission's $500,000 grant empowers the Abenaki project to transform an old trolley garage, enhancing the legacy of Maquam Bay of Missisquoi.

We are honored to receive this award for our back building project! Check out the article from the St. Albans Messenger about it!

Help us reach the goal of collecting 500 canned goods.

We are happy to announce our nominations for our 2023 Abenaki Nation of Missisquoi Tribal Elections!

Let Indigenous Peoples Day serve as an affirmation that all Indigenous people need to come together to find ways to both uplift and celebrate our differences.

NMC Flies the Abenaki Nation of Missisquoi Flag

Abenaki of Missiquoi secures a $500,000 federal grant for their back building project, a significant step towards expanding tribal facilities.

The Vermont Electric Co-op Community Fund generously donated $1,000 to the Abenaki Nation of Missisquoi Food Pantry in Swanton!

Have a look at the slideshow that was shown at the Harvest Dinner on Sunday, October 8th, 2023!

Celebrate September with the Abenaki Nation's Banana Bread recipe.

Supporting local non-profits, the Vermont Electric Co-op's Community Fund has generously donated to the Abenaki Nation of Missisquoi Food Pantry in Swanton, aiding in the fight against food insecurity.

Read Handy Cars' September Newsletter spotlighting the Abenaki Nation as their pick for 'Business of the Month'.

Here are our Events in September for 2023! Check back often for updates or visit our Event calendar!