Lead by Example Pow Wow 2023

March 18-19, 2023 Everyone Welcome! Grand Entries: Saturday March 18th – 1:00pm & 7:00pm; Sunday March 19th – 12:00pm MCs:  Donald Speidal & Howie Thompson Arena Directors:  Bob Badger & Sheldon Scalplock Host Drum:  Blackfoot Confederacy Specials:  Women – Jingle  (Green Dress Special); Men – Traditional (Green Dress-up Special) Vendor contact:  Astokomii Smith – 403-934-9090;….

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American Indian PowWow Morning Star Celebration 2023

Saturday, January 14, 2023 American Indian PowWow Morning Star Celebration 21st Annual Benefit for St. Labré Indian School All are Welcome! Music, Dance, Food, Art and Crafts Doors Open at 10 a.m Master of Ceremonies; Wilbur Bull Coming Grand Entry; 1:00pm Suggested Donation for Admission is $5 per adult and $2 per child. Proceeds benefit….

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All My Relations Pow Wow 2023

May 19-21, 2023 Competition Powwow Prizes in many categories, specials, raffle, camping spots available, vending spots available, more TBA Head Man: Sheldon Shebala Head Woman: Paula Shebala Arena Director: Merlin Kicking Woman Junior Arena Director: Ladainian Kicking Woman MC: Randy Vendiola Junior MC: Kelsey Edge

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Thundering Hills Pow Wow 2023

May 5, 6, & 7,2023 Hosted by Nekaneet First Nation MCs: Howie Thompson & Lawrence Baker ADs: Bradley Goodwill & Terrance Goodwill Head Singing Judges: Clifton Goodwill & Irvin Waskewitch Protocols: Delvin Stanley Specials: Shay StanleyCOME TO Sound: Hoka Sound Jr. Tabulations: C&T Tabulating

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Onion Lake Traditional Winter Pow Wow 2022

December 26-27, 2022 Grand Entry:  December 26 @ 6pm & December 27 @ 12pm Drumming Contest: $5000, $3000, $2000 Drum Split. Specials in each Adult Category. Honorarium for Registered Dancers (must be in regalia). Vendor Registration: Vicki/Rosa (306) 344-2525 Drumming: Clint (306)344-7163

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NMAI Developing Stories: Native Photographers in the Field – New York

November 3, 2022 – March 12, 2023 See the newly installed exhibition featuring photo essays by Native photojournalists Russel Albert Daniels, Tailyr Irvine, and Donovan Quintero. Their work provide insights into contemporary Native life and nuanced perspectives on an American experience that at times is largely unseen. Each Photographer explores an issue that is of….

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