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Activities & Events

Spring Honor Dance & Powwow Celebration

Wednesday, April 24th — Wednesday, March 27th
See Poster for information. OTHER EVENTS for the CELEBRATION WEEK:

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24
Diane Wilson, author, Spirit Car: Journey to a Dakota Past.
3 – 4 p.m. – Book discussion with Wilson, Gordon B. Olson Library
7 – 8 p.m. – Reading and book signing featuring Wilson, Northwest
Art Center
FRIDAY, APRIL 26
Noon – 2 p.m. Kennedy Bruce (Porcupine Woman) Powwow
Program-Cultural Teachings
4 p.m. Food Booth Opens
5 p.m. Dancer & Drum Group Registration Opens
7 p.m. Grand Entry
TBA Hand Drum contest
SATURDAY, APRIL 27
10 a.m. Dancer & Drum Registration Opens
11:00 a.m. Plum River Native Prairie Grassland dedication, Keynote
speaker: Ruth Plenty Sweetgrass-She Kills
Location: former Erik Ramstad school, 501 Lincoln Avenue
11 a.m. Food Booth Opens
12:30 p.m. Dancer & Drum Group Registration Closes
1 p.m. Grand Entry
7 p.m. Grand Entry
8 p.m. Honor Parade for MSU Graduating Class of 2024
On-site raffle ticket drawing immediately following
MSU: Native American Cultural Center

500 University Avenue West, Minot

MSU: Native American Cultural Center

The Native American Cultural Center provides counseling, advising, and academic student transitional assistance to Native American/American Indian students at Minot State University.

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