In what has become a tradition, the Spring Homecoming Powwow will be staged at the
The public is invited to browse the powwow grounds, visit craft and art booths, and purchase items from Native food vendors. Spectacular Indian dances also will be performed, which are open to viewing by the public. There is no admission charge to attend.
Dancing starts at with the gourd dance, followed at by the Grand Entry, which will be repeated at .
The head man and head lady are Ensley Aquilar and Elizabeth Nevaquaya, respectively, both
The northern drum will be Red Road Crossing. The southern drum will be Zotigh Singers.
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