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36th ANNUAL POWWOW

powwow posterThis event is FREE and open to the public

The powwow brings together students, families, and communities to celebrate American Indian singing, drumming, dancing, and arts and crafts.

Powwows are social gatherings - open to all people - celebrating American Indian tribes' traditions, styles of dance, songs, families, and friendships. Dancers and drummers come to the college's powwow from tribes throughout the Northwest and United States.

Students and employees of Edmonds College participate in a variety of environmental, service-learning, and cultural activities throughout the year in support of local tribes and tribal members. 

All information for how to get involved in our offerings will be hosted on this page. Please check back regularly for updates!

For questions and more information please contact powwow@edmonds.edu


Event Dates

Powwow 101 - Session 1

THURSDAY MAY 5  |  1-3 p.m.  | TRITON (BLACKBOX) THEATRE | FREE, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 

Arlie Neskahi, our Master of Ceremonies, covers the history and etiquette of Powwow.

Powwow 101 - Session 2 

FRIDAY MAY 6 |  10:40 a.m.-11:30 a.m.  |  FREE, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | ZOOM LINK

Arlie Neskahi, our Master of Ceremonies, covers the history and etiquette of Powwow.

Coastal Gathering

FRIDAY MAY 6  |  6-10 p.m.  |  FREE, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | COURTYARD

Join us for an evening of Traditional Native American drumming, dancing, and singing.

Powwow

SATUDAY MAY 7  |  GRAND ENTRIES; 1 and 7 p.m.  |  FREE, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | COURTYARD

Come experience our first in-person Powwow in over 2 years!


Student Opportunies - Volunteer with Us!

Service-Learning

Service-Learning has in the past been a meaningful way for students, faculty, and staff, to participate in the powwow. Please visit the service-learning website to view all opportunities to get involved and earn credit!

 Please contact Stewart at stewart.sinning@edmonds.edu with any questions.


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