Annual U Of M Spring Powwow

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Annual U Of M Spring Powwow
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Mark your calendars, it's Powwow time! We hope you will join us for our Annual Spring Powwow! FREE ADMISSION! ALL DANCERS AND DRUMS WELCOME! Grand entries will be at 1pm and 7pm and our feast will be at 5pm. Due to cost, this year our annual feast will require a meal ticket costing $5 (*elders over 65, children under 5, and UofM students with a current student ID are FREE).

Emcee: Jerry Dearly
Arena Director: Randy Gresczyk
Host Drum: Red Bone
Invited Drum: Ain Dah Yung Singers
Head Woman Dancer: Jessica Harjo
Head Man Dancer: Russell Harjo

SPECIALS:
Men's Traditional: $300, $200, $100
Women's Jingle: $300, $200, $100
Two Step: $300, $200, $100

Drum split for all registered drums. 5 singers per drum minimum. NO DRUM HOPPING.

Powwow Committee meetings Sundays at 12:30pm in the AISCC (Coffman 234)!

ADDRESS:
U of M Fieldhouse
1800 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
*Look for signs leading to powwow!

PARKING:
The best parking ramp to park in will be the University Ave. Ramp located at 1926 17th Ave. SE Minneapolis, MN 55455. There is also the Washington Ave. Ramp located at 501 Washington Ave. SE Minneapolis, MN 55455. Unfortunately, we are unable to validate parking at this time and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

VENDOR & VOLUNTEER INFO:
If you are interested in being a vendor, please contact Tia Yazzie at yazzi024@umn.edu! We have a limited number of tables, so apply soon! Registered tables BEFORE March 25th will be $75 and will increase to $100 March 26th and beyond.

If you are interested in being a volunteer, please contact Alana Dopp at doppx009@umn.edu with your availability.

Thank you to our generous sponsors: the Department of American Indian Studies, the Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center, Rice Lake Construction Group, American Indian Community Development Coorporation, Prairie Island Tribal Council, and Klas Robinson Q.E.D. Inc.! Thank you to our generous partners: the Office of Equity and Diversity and MAG Mechanical!
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By: American Indian Student Cultural Center - AISCC

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