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Teton Powwow Volunteers Needed!

Opportunity is available until May 23rd, 2022
For Ages 14+

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2nd Annual Teton PowWow  – May 21st

TETON POWWOW: CELEBRATION OF AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURE IN JACKSON

Central Wyoming College and Native American Jump Start present Teton Powwow: Celebration of American Indian Culture, Friday, May 20, and Saturday, May 21, 2002.

Volunteers are needed for set up, dancer registration, front door greeters, and more.  Sign up using this link:

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090B4EA4AA22A4F85-2022

Main Event:

2nd Annual Teton Powwow

Saturday, May 21
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Snow King Events Center, Jackson, WY

Free and open to the public

The Cultural Education area opens at 10 a.m. and will showcase American Indian workshops on bison reintroduction, storytelling, hand games, sign language.

The colorful Grand Entry begins at 12 p.m. with Powwow dance competitions in more than 24 categories including Traditional Dance Chicken Dance, Fancy Dance, Jingle Dance, and Grass Dance.

Jackson Hole and the surrounding region are ancestral lands of indigenous people and are valued for their rich natural and scenic resources. Native Americans will share their rich culture, traditions, dance and history at the Teton Powwow.

There will be arts and crafts booths including Wind River Reservation representatives who will share information on food sovereignty and natural resources. Native American food vendors will offer a variety of delectable food options.


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