Spokane Falls Northwest Indian Encampment Market and Powwow
Aug. 22-24. The history of this event and the significance of gathering at the Spokane River goes back generations. It has been a traditional gathering place for many Northwest tribes to gather because it gives life, love, hope, and a sense of revitalization. During past years, the Spokane Riverfront powwow has become a tradition for people of all nations to gather and celebrate those gifts the river provides, and to create or renew friendships. Dancers and singers, young and old, come from both near and far to showcase their songs and their dance styles for our community. It is a unique cultural gathering. There will be opportunities to watch and participate in traditional dancing, and also to buy and trade for handmade arts and crafts. There will be a variety of vendors throughout the weekend.
- Riverfront Park, Lilac Bowl, 507 N. Howard St., Spokane, WA
- Riverside neighborhood, Downtown
- (509) 325-5502
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