Featured Native American Events

Native American Heritage Month

COCC is commemorating Native American Heritage Month with a lineup of virtual and in-person events in November, including at the Bend, Madras and Prineville campuses, all free and open to the public. 

Storytelling, history, and flute music are all part of COCC's Native American Heritage Month.

Visit our COCC Multicultural Events page for details.

Native American Event Videos

Native American Flute Music by James Edmund Greeley

Award winning musician James Greeley from the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs shares stories, traditions, knowledge of flutes, and his beautiful Native American flute music in this event which took place in Wille Hall on COCC's Bend campus.

Truth, Reckoning and Healing: A Story of Indian Boarding Schools

Presented by COCC world languages instructor Gabriann Hall, from the Klamath Tribes.


For more information contact Jeremiah Rector, Native American program coordinator, at 541-318-3782 or jrector@cocc.edu.