The KU First Nations Student Association’s Powwow and Indigenous Cultures Festival invited community members for a day of activities and learning on Saturday, all leading up to the evening Grand Entry.
Community members gathered at the Lied Center Saturday to learn about and celebrate Indigenous culture through the 34th annual KU First Nations Student Association powwow.
Community members are invited to celebrate Indigenous culture in Lawrence through a daylong powwow and festival hosted by a University of Kansas student group on Saturday, April 8.
Members of KU’s First Nations Student Association are planning their annual Powwow and Indigenous Cultures Festival, and organizers are asking for volunteers to help at the event.
It was a beautiful day Saturday for KU’s First Nations Student Association’s annual Powwow and Indigenous Cultures Festival to return to a fully in-person format.
Hundreds of people gathered Saturday at the Lied Center for the annual First Nations Students Association (FNSA) Powwow and Indigenous Cultures Festival, which was filled with activities, including dance contests throughout the day, educational lectures, story time and more.
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