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|Wednesday, 14 January, 2015|
• January 16 & 17 Fort Hall Round Dance “Preserving Our Traditions for Our Generation” at Timbee Hall, Fort Hall, Idaho with nightly feast at 5 p.m. Starts at 7 p.m. MC Earl “Archie” Arkinson and Merle Tendoy. Invited drums are Young Bucks, Whitefish, Saskatchewan, Canada. Invited singers are Mark LongJohn, Jamon Paskemin, Randy Paskemin and Chase Sayer. Invited drums are Ghost Canyon singers, Sage Point Singers and Spring Creek Singers. All singers and dancers welcome. Sponsored by Shoshone-Bannock Tribes and Fort Hall recreation for more information contact Sonny Dixey at 208-380-9353.
• January 24 American Indian Student Comission 2015 Annual Winter Powwow. Greand entry 1 and 6 p.m. Husky Union Building South ballroom, University of Washington 4001 East Stevens Way, NE Seattle Wa 98105. Host drum Black Lodge, White Swan, Wash. MC Anthony Bluhorse, Arena Director Gabe Cleveland, Head man/woman Stanley Whiteman Jr., Denelle Stanley. Specials sponsored by head staff. For info Sharayah Lane 206-685-4147 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
• February 13-15 Simnasho Contest Powwow Lincoln’s birthday at Simnasho, Oregon. Drum contest. Friday new and rejointers 5:30 p.m. and grand entry 7 p.m. Saturday grand entry 1 p.m. and Sunday 1:30 p.m. grand entry. 30 and up women’s team round dance special contact Shayla Stwyer. Men’s Round Bustle Special contact Jarvis Stwyer. Youth dance special, Daisy Ike Memorial Women’s Traditional Special, 1-man Hand Drum, Tiny Tot Special. Powwow questions gvn82098aol.com or 541-553-9230 after 6 p.m. Vendors contact Sandra Greene-Sampson 541-553-6619, Kahneeta Resort 1-800-554-4SUN, Mention Lincoln’s for a powwow package, limited rooms
• March 15 Eastern Shoshone Round Dance Honoring Chiefs Nation Champions and Lady Chiefs third place class 2A State Basketball. There will be a 6 p.m. Carry-in feast at the Wyoming Indian High School. This event sponsored by Youth Wellness 307-332-4805 and Eastern Shoshone Youth Prevention.
• April 4-5 University of Idaho 16th Annual Tutximepu Powwow located at the UI Kibble Dome at 1000 Stadium dome. Drum and dance contest. For more information call UI Native American Student Center at 208-885-4237 or email nativesuidaho.edu.