Indian Arts Showcase

American Indian Dancer wearing traditional regalia
Traditional American Indian Dancer at Fort Union

NPS Photo/Emily Sunblade

August 4-5, 2018 Indian Arts Showcase

American Indian history and culture, through music, traditional crafts and lectures by tribal historians and elders from tribes of the Upper Missouri.
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New for 2018 - Traditional Pow Wow

Saturday August 4th, 2018 - The first annual Traditional Pow Wow hosted by Northern Plains Oyate, a Non-Profit Organization based in Williston, ND. providing Native American Cultural education to the Northern Plains community. The Pow Wow will include Native American Dancing, programs by the descendants of Crazy Horse (Clown Family) relating to their family's oral history, the Xo'shga riders riding in from Fort Buford, Buffalo Hunt Raffle drawing and a FREE buffalo feed. Find out more about this organization here: https://www.facebook.com/northernplainsoyate/

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August 4, 2018, all times Central Time Zone
**Schedule is Subject to Change**
10:00am - Grand Entry & Honor Guards/Honored Veterans
- Tiny Tots
- Junior Categories
12:00pm - 1 Hour Break
1:00pm - lntertribal (Everyone dance)
- Presentation by Xo'shga Riders
- Special Honoring
- Teens Categories
3:00pm - Teen Girls Jingle Special, Joe McGillis honoring granddaughter Thearsha McGillis
- The Clown & War Eagle Families, Crazy Horse Descendants presentation
- Men Categories
- Men's Special- 'Giving Back to the circle by Head Man, Anthon y Mazawasicuna Jr.
- All Women's Special by Head Woman, Britney Youpee-Spotted Bird
- Women Categories
- Golden Age Men Categories
- Golden Age Women Categories
- Intertribal (Everyone dance)
7:00pm - Honor Guard -Retiring the Colors/Closing Ceremony/ Blessing of the ending day

 

Last updated: August 3, 2018

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