SVC Annual Powwow

Celebrate Native American Culture

SVC Annual Powwow

Celebrate Native American Culture

SVC Annual Powwow

Celebrate Native American Culture

Powwow 2017

Experience the beauty and grandeur of Native American culture at its finest! The Skagit Valley College Fall Powwow showcases a weekend filled with drummers and dancers in full regalia. Activities feature dance performances, and vendors selling traditional crafts and original Native American artwork.

Powwow 2017, Friday, October 13

  • Grand Entry 7 pm, Friday, Octr 13
  • Grand Entry 1 pm & 7 pm, Saturday, Oct 14
  • Grand Entry 1 pm, Sunday, Oct 15

Event Location

Skagit Valley College, Dave DuVall Pavilion
2405 E. College Way, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

Details About the Powwow

  • Kids Corner
  • Food and Art Vendors
  • Free Admission and Parking
  • Drum Payouts, 1st 10 drums
  • Dance Competition Payouts
  • Easy Access From I-5
  • Camping and Hotels Nearby
  • Drug and Alcohol Free Event

People Involved in Powwow

  • Master of Ceremonies: Michael Vendiola
  • Host Drum: Southern Express
  • Head Man Dancer: Sheldon Shebala
  • Head Woman Dancer: Paula Shebala
  • Arena Director: Raymond Rehaume
  • Whipman: Lou LaBombard
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