Are you doing anything this Saturday, November 18th? If not, why don’t you come to the 3rd annual Native American Pow Wow at Dover High School, anytime between 10 a.m to 4 p.m.
At the Pow Wow, you can learn all about Native American culture all while enjoying tasty foods like fried fish and pumpkin fry bread. You can shop local vendors selling homemade items such as jewelry and clothing.
In past years the Pow Wow hasn’t shied away from entertainment and this year is no different. There will be a play excerpt from The Remembrance, a South American flute player, and hoop dancing.
Gayla Cooper, DHS student and creator of the Native American Club, and host of this Pow Wow is sadly in her senior year and will no longer be in charge. Cooper says she feels bittersweet seeing as this is the last Pow Wow she’ll conduct. Her last wish as club leader is for the day to be successful! She hopes that with the many new faces, eager to experience her culture, that the tradition of the Pow Wow will continue in the future.
So if you have time swing by the Native American Pow Wow to experience the culture and help Coopers wish come true. If you’re a student you can get in for only 2 dollars and adults can get in for only five, children 5 and under can get in for free.