2015 LUNSA Pow Wow Live

The 2015 LUNSA Pow Wow will be live on NetNewsLedger

THUNDER BAY – On March 20-22 2015 The Lakehead University Native Students Association (LUNSA) are hosting the 27th Annual Pow Wow. This is the celebration of the end of the school year at Lakehead.

For the 4th year, NetNewsLedger is proud to bring the LUNSA Pow Wow to you live.

The Pow Wow is hosted at the C J Sanders Field House at Lakehead University. Admission is free.

Saturday Pow Wow Coverage

Here are some images from previous year’s LUNSA Pow Wows:

Map of Lakehead University Campus - LUNSA Pow Wow is at the CJ Saunders Field House
Map of Lakehead University Campus – LUNSA Pow Wow is at the CJ Sanders Field House
Lunsa Pow Wow
Little Boy drumming at LUNSA Pow Wow at Lakehead University

The Lakehead University Native Student Association (LUNSA) will be hosting it’s 27th Annual Powwow in March 20, 21, 22, at the C.J. Sanders Fieldhouse, 955 Oliver Street, Lakehead University.

Friday, March 20 – Warm Ups at 6pm
Saturday, March 21 – Grand Entry at 1pm and 7pm
Traditional Feast at 5pm
Sunday, March 22 – Grand Entry at 12pm and closing ceremonies.

MC: North Man, Pic River First Nation
Arena Director: Todd Genno, Pic River First Nation
Spiritual Advisor: Kalvin Ottertail, Lac La Croix First Nation
Host Drum: Shkoday-ASIN, Thunder Bay ON

Fancy Shawl Special – Saturday evening, sponsored by Nicole Crowe, Pic River First Nation, and Mary Magiskan, Aroland First Nation

Honouring Our Anishinaabe-Kwe-Wog, Jingle Dress Special – Sunday Afternoon Sponsored by Audge Fisher, Long Lake 58 First Nation, and Lisa Gustafson, Moose Cree First Nation

World’s Tiniest Hoop Dancer – Youth from Winnipeg MB

Honouring our Fancy Feather Dancers – Anishnawbe Mushkiki, Healthy Eating Active Living

For General Information: Clyde Brandon Moonias, (807) 346-7713, lunsa@lakeheadu.ca
For Vendor Information: Helen Pelletier, (807) 343-8814, aac@lakeheadu.ca