Native Americans at Dartmouth to Host 39th Annual Dartmouth Pow-Wow



The student organization Native Americans at Dartmouth will host the 39th annual Dartmouth Pow-Wow on Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8 on the Dartmouth Green. The Grand Entry takes place at noon on both days. A community dinner will be held at the Native American House on Saturday.

“The annual Dartmouth Pow-Wow is a unique and special occasion for the Native American students to come together to honor, strengthen, and share traditions with one another and with members of the Dartmouth community,” says Montana Wilson ’13, co-president of the Pow-Wow Committee. “The Pow-Wow gives us all an avenue by which we can honor our women, elders, and warriors.”

This event is free and open to the public, and is sponsored by the Departments of Anthropology, Studio Art, Native American Studies, and Linguistics, as well as Native Americans at Dartmouth, the Special Programs and Events Committee, and the President’s Office. This event will be held in Thompson Arena in the event of inclement weather. More information is available online.

Lauren Dowling