28th Annual American Indian Pow Wow
February 1, 2020 -
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Akwe:kon, the American Indian cultural club at North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, along with the Office of Admissions, will host the school’s 28th annual American Indian Powwow on Saturday, February 1, 2020. American Indians from North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina will travel to Durham for a day of music, dance, arts, crafts, and food in the Charles R. Eilber Physical Education Center (PEC) on NCSSM’s campus.
The program will begin at noon with a Grand Entry of dancers dressed in traditional and modern dance regalia. Music will be provided by host drum Red Clay, Intertribal. Head Man Dancer will be Isaiah Keith Robinson, representing the Coharie, and Head Lady Dancer will be Cheyenne Daniels, Miss Indian North Carolina, representing the Haliwa-Saponi Tribe.
Attendees will be invited to participate in a social Round Dance and a Two-Step Dance, with explanations of the significance of the music and dance offered throughout the program. American Indian arts and crafts will also be on exhibit in the lobby of the PEC throughout the event. The powwow will end with a closing song at approximately 5 p.m.
NC School of Science and Math: 1219 Broad Street, Durham, NC
Submitted by PowWow Calendar on: January 31, 2020