33rd Annual Powwow Puts on Memorable Performance

  • American Indian tribes from all over the United States perform in front of a crowded Sierra Quad. Photo by David Hawkins.

  • An American Indian tribe performs in front of the crowd. Photo by David Hawkins.

  • The Wildhorse Princess sings in front of the crowd at the 2016 Powwow. Photo by David Hawkins.

  • Members of an American Indian tribe play the drums. Photo by David Hawkins.

  • American Indians of all ages danced in front of the audience. Photo by David Hawkins.

  • Children pick their favorite toys that were donated for the event. Photo by David Hawkins.

American Indian tribes from around the United States gathered at California State University, Northridge’s Sierra Quad for a day of celebration at the 33rd annual Powwow on Nov. 26.

Guests were treated to several different American Indian dances and music pieces as well as arts and crafts, food and vendors from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

The event was put on by the American Indian Studies department. For more information about the department, visit their website website.

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