We are the Métis Eastern Tribal Indian Society of Maine.

Métis are mixed blood people with aboriginal
(First Nations) ancestry. We are one band of
Métis people located in the North East USA,
including but not limited to the state of Maine.  

The word "Métis" is French and is most often associated with people of mixed Aboriginal/French ancestry, but, historically includes people of aboriginal and all non-aboriginal ancestry.

The Métis of Maine may include anyone with First Nations ancestry, and ancestry from any other part of the world.

                                                   ***ATTENTION MEMBERS***

*** November Meeting for the 15th has been canceled because of the recent COVID-19 outbreak increase in the State of Maine and our next planned meeting is on December 20th***

At the present time we plan on holding the December Meeting (20th) at the Yellow Feather Cultural Center.  The wearing of "MASKS IS MANDATORY" and there will be "No Feast" after the meeting.  Please consider your health and safety before you decide to attend.  If we hear any changes from the State of Maine and in CDC Guidance we will notify our members on this website and Facebook.

 

The health of our Metis members, the public and other Native Americans is very important to everyone.  Please stay healthy and safe during these trying times.

***** Remember October is our nomination month for the January 2021 elections.  The openings are:  First Chief, Treasurer, Secretary, Grand Council (2 Openings), Grand Council Alternate. The procedure is located in the Metis By Laws. *****

                                                  

                                                  *****ATTENTION TRADERS*****

Please contact Wendy Anderson at 1-207-793-0095 (home) or 1-207-274-4784 (cell) or andersonwendy19@gmail.com if you are interested in trading at our June or August POW WOWs.  Thank you for considering participating at our Pow Wows.

                                                               *****Members*****

                                      See you at the next meeting and 2021 Pow Wows.