UW 41st Annual Spring Powwow

International & English Language Programs Activities

Come and experience the indigenous culture of the Pacific Northwest!

The Spring Powwow is a yearly event put on by the First Nations at UW Club to showcase their native heritage and culture. This is the largest student-run event on campus bringing in an average of 8000 people every year. You will get to watch dance performances, amazing costumes, browse through lots of Native American art, and even try frybread! This is a great opportunity to see another aspect of American culture and how people hold on to their cultural roots.

We will meet as a group Saturday and walk down to Alaska Airlines Arena next to the IMA. If you can't make it, the Powwow will be running from Friday the 20th - Sunday the 22nd. The building is open to guests from 12:00PM - 6:00PM.

When: Saturday, April 21st
Time: Meet at 12:00PM in front of Odegaard Library
Price: Free! (Bring money if you would like to buy food or gifts.)
Who: IELP students, family, and friends. (This is a kid-friendly event!)

If you have any questions, please email Noelle at eslactiv@pce.uw.edu.

Hope to see you there!

Thunder Horse at UW 2011 Pow Wow
Womens Jingle Special UW Powwow 2010