Powwow 102: Learning to Walk Together (While Apart)

Powwow 102: Learning to Walk Together (While Apart)

In place of the annual in-person Learning to Walk Together Powwow, Northern Michigan University’s Native American Student Association (NASA) and the Center for Native American Studies present: Powwow 102: Learning to Walk Together (While Apart) on Saturday, March 26th, 1 - 4pm Eastern over Zoom and live streamed on NASA’s Facebook page @nmunasa. 

This event will expand on the curriculum offered during last year’s Powwow 101 event by NMU NASA, which can be found on the @nmunasa Facebook page. Powwow 102 is an educational breakdown of a traditional Native American powwow, including demonstrations by dancers and talks by traditional advisors. Framed much like a powwow’s grand entry, you will first hear the sounds of the traditional drum for an opening song, followed by talks on a range of topics from the importance of regalia and beadwork, to providing tips on proper etiquette when attending a powwow. 

There will be an extended period dedicated to audience discussion, only available to Zoom participants. Additionally, Zoom participants will be entered into a raffle for the chance to win e-gift cards to local businesses! Attend via Zoom to participate in this discussion and be entered into the raffle, otherwise, watch the livestream on the @nmunasa Facebook page for the duration of the event. 

We can all learn to walk together this way, while apart! 

This is a free event with donations encouraged. Donations will fund social activities for the Native American Student Association such as movie nights, educational field trips, and more. 

To register and for more information: tinyurl.com/nasapowwow102 

Saturday, Mar 26, 2022

Start Time:  1:00 pm
End Time:  4:00 pm

Event Place

Virtual Event

Event Status



Native American Student Association

Primary Contact

Karli Jenshak

Contact Phone Number

(906) 227-1397

Contact Email