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32nd Annual Cedartree Memorial Competition Pow Wow

Submitted by Joey Navarro
Added on: February 20, 2013

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BYU Celebration of Culture programs host will an gathering in remembrance and pride of a deeply rooted heritage at the 31st Harold A. Cedartree Pow Wow. Hosted by BYU’s Multicultural Student Services, the Pow Wow was initiated in 1981 in an effort to remember Harold A. Cedartree, a significant influence on the Native American culture. His inspiring efforts to teach and inspire youth to find strength in the culture is what encouraged the establishment of this event.
Tickets are: $6 for general public, $5 for students with ID, $3 for dancers and singers, and free admission for seniors and children 8 and under. Purchase tickets at the door or BYU information desk. For tickets call (801) 422-4313. For vendor information visit https://multicultural.byu.edu/content/byu-cedartree-memorial-competition-pow-wow
or e-mail [email protected]

Details

Start: March 29, 2013, All Day

End: March 30, 2013

Venue:

31st Annual BYU Cedartree Pow Wow: 1320 Wilkinson Student Center Ballroom, Provo, UT

Organizer:
Contact: Jen Langi

Phone: 1-801-422-3065

Email: cedartree_powwow.byu.edu

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Pow Wow Size:100-499 dancers

Additional Information:

Head Lady Alisha Talk

MC: Dennis Bowen

Host Drums North Bear Singers

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Pow Wow Last Update: February 20, 2013

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  1. Thanks for naming the cedartree powwow in honor of my cousin Harold. He is my first cousin. Our mothers were sisters. We grew up together even though he was older then me.

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