May 17, 18: Indian Art Fest & Powwow

The Annual Native American Powwow celebrates the native cultures and traditions of the region. Spectators are welcome to join in on the dancing and drumming, or just watch the colorful displays of traditional Native American dancers as they display their skill and proud heritage. Several nations will be displaying handmade crafts and there will be both traditional and nontraditional food available.

This is a family event which is free and open to the public.

The Native American Pow Wow is held in May. Visit the EOU website for dates and details, or call EOU’s Multicultural office at 541-962-3588.