08-20 MINI POWWOW
Are you tired of driving 100’s of miles to go to Powwow but still want to dance, sing, or watch?
DAY: August 20, 2017
TIME: 1:00 to 4:00 PM
TITLE: Mini Pow Wow;
WHERE: Rabanus Park 4301 18th Ave So, Fargo
Hosted by: Fargo Native American Commission
Well, then, come to this Mini-Powwow on Sunday, August 20th 2017 at the World Garden Commons in Rabanus Park (4315 18th Ave. South, Fargo) from 1 – 4 p.m..
The Native American Commission is co-sponsoring a mini-powwow with The Fargo Project for your enjoyment and will be having a small meal.
So, bring your shawls and dress your little ones in their regalia, shake out your old grass dance regalia or throw a bustle on and come out and dance. We are looking for dancers, singers, drummers, or anybody who did not leave town for a powwow but still wants to dance to the inter-tribal songs, just like old traditional days.
Grand Entry will be at 1 p.m. to start the powwow and we want everyone to be in the Grand Entry with or without your regalia, remember this is for family fun and to teach our children to have fun as a traditional native family.
Please call me or email for more information: Willard Yellow Bird, Cultural Planner, wyellowbird@FargoND.gov
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