American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month Social Powwow

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American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month Social Powwow

November 2, 2019

2 - 9 PM
Activity Center at Bohrer Park

The City's Multicultural Affairs Committee (MAC) has partnered with the Indian Health Service Headquarters Employees Association (EA) to host its 7th American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month Social Powwow. A Powwow is an all-inclusive social gathering recognizing and celebrating the rich heritage and cultures of American Indians and Alaska Natives. This family-friendly, community event will feature a variety of social activities, including traditional songs and dances, games and traditional food. There will also be a hand drum singing competition with a “winner-take-all” cash prize. American Indian and Alaska Native artisans will be on site selling crafts, jewelry and other handmade items.

For more information about the powwow, or if you are interested in being a vendor or sponsor, please contact Mary Beardsley, EA President, at EAPowwow@gmail.com. For more information, follow the organization on Facebook @EAPowwow. For more information on MAC and other cultural celebrations in the community, please contact the MAC staff liaison.