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University of Denver’s Native Student Alliance to host Spring Powwow May 19

DENVER – The University of Denver’s Native Student Alliance will host its third annual spring powwow from 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. Sunday, May 19.  The event will showcase Native American drummers and dancers of all ages, representing tribes from across North America. The powwow is free and open to the public. Media is asked to RSVP to Theresa Mueller at (303) 871-4778 or Theresa.Mueller@du.edu

In Native American communities, a powwow is a social gathering, a time when dance and music honor the resilient cultural history of Native American people and tradition. A powwow encompasses a variety of educational experiences including history and art. Attendees can purchase handcrafted jewelry and art, as well as food provided by Denver’s Tocabe American Indian Eatery.

 

What:

 

University of   Denver Spring Powwow

 

 

When:

 

 

1 p.m. – 6 p.m., Sunday,   May 19

 

 

Where:

 

University of   Denver campus, Driscoll Green, 2190 E. Asbury Ave., Denver

 

 

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Event is free and   open to the public.  Media can get   shots of traditional Native American performances; view art and jewelry, and   see cross cultural sharing. RSVP to Theresa Mueller at (303)-871- 4778 or Theresa.Mueller@du.edu

 

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