Friday sessions begin with special presentations by respected elders sharing their stories of growing up Native and Christian. This year’s Friday evening was a break from our regular talent night beginning with an Indian Tacos dinner made and served by our own Wiconi staff.
Right after dinner we had Native round dancing and Native social dancing ending with a special time of singing by our Micronesian friends. On Saturday, as we have done from the very first camp, we host a free public traditional powwow where our campers and local area dancers and singers participate making this full-day event a great time for everyone who attends.
The highlight of our 2017 powwow was when our Micronesian friends led us in two special dances where we had the largest number of dancers participating.
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