The American Indian Council will be having a Native food sale which includes: Native Tacos, Native Burgers, and Frybread. All proceeds will go toward supporting next years annual pow-wow event.
The theme “Indigenous Voices” embodies the unique variation of cultures the Native American student body here at Weber State University (WSU) represents. Indigenous voices exhibits the ways we express ourselves in our unique languages, dances, and ceremonies.
As Native American scholars attending WSU, we celebrate our ancestral heritage and our communal voices through sharing our cultural heritage in the forms of dancing, singing, and storytelling. It is important for the voices of the Native American scholars at WSU to be heard, appreciated, and valued. By sharing our ancestral knowledge through the events we host, we hope to captivate the richness of our cultures and showcase a united front through “Indigenous Voices.”
Master of Ceremonies
Bart Powaukee- Ute
Ft. Duchesne, UT
Buc Wild Singers
Head Man Dancer
Son Sanchez, Navajo
Head Woman Dancer
Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone
5 PM Supper Break
Special Dance Contests
Tiny Tot Special in honor of “Esai Niyol Sanchez”, hosted by Head Man Dancer
Women’s Fancy Special hosted by Head Woman Dancer