Grand Valley State University’s “Celebrating All Walks of Life” Powwow

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Published April 9, 2016

Native News Online photos by Levi Rickert

ALLENDALE, MICHIGAN – Hundreds of people were on hand for Grand Valley State University’s “Celebrating All Walks of Life” Powwow Saturday afternoon on its Allendale’s campus – 14 miles west of downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The powwow was sponsored by Grand Valley State University and the university’s Native American Student Association. The powwow featured dancing, drumming and booths selling American Indian items. A food booth selling Indian tacos, fry bread and other items.

The powwow continues on Sunday, April 10. Grand Entry will be at 12 noon.

Frank Sprague (Potawatomi)

Frank Sprague (Potawatomi)

13-Year-Old Neely Bardwell (Odawa)

13-Year-Old Neely Bardwell (Odawa)

Flags representing

Flags representing

One of several drum groups

One of several drum groups

 

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