Lakehead University Native Students Association Pow Wow
Pow Wow Part One
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Pow Wow Part 2
Lakehead University 25th Anniversary LUNSA Pow Wow Part 2 by netnewsledger
LUNSA Pow Wow Sunday March 17 2013
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THUNDER BAY – The Lakehead University Native Student Association Pow Wow will be hosted at Lakehead University from March 15 – 17th 2013.
LUNSA 25th Anniversary Pow Wow
Lakehead University Native Students Association (LUNSA) 25th Anniversary Pow Wow brings together the Lakehead University community, Thunder Bay, and through the live-stream, people from across North America to celebrate.
The LUNSA 25th Anniversary Pow Wow committee is working hard to make sure that this year’s event is extra special.
Welcome to Lakehead University!
University President Brian Stevenson comments, “I want to welcome you to Lakehead University. We are broadcast all over the world and we are being broadcast all over Northwestern Ontario, I want all of you who are Aboriginal to take pride in this university, which is your university, and it a university that will grow and develop for you over the next few years”.
“Come to Lakehead, visit us, and see this wonderful celebration of our Aboriginal culture language and history”.
Master of Ceremony: Nathan Moses (Pic River First Nation)
Arena Director: Todd Genno (Pic River, First Nation)
Spiritual Advisor: Kalvin Ottertail (Lac La Croix, FN)
Host Drum: Little Bear
Co-Host Drum: Mud Puddle
Saturday: Grand Entry – 1PM and 7PM
Traditional Feast – 5PM
Sunday: Grand Entry – 12PM and Closing Ceremonies
The goal of LUNSA, Lakehead University and NetNewsledger.com in offering this event is to help to build bridges and understanding between people across Northwestern Ontario and beyond about the rich history of Aboriginal Heritage.
A little about a Pow Wow!
The drum beat is Mother Earth’s heartbeat. Across Northwestern Ontario over the summer, Aboriginal culture comes to life at Pow-Wows. Almost every weekend there will be a Pow-Wow happening in one of the communities across the region. “It is like a get-together, its also a teaching,” said Munzeroy. “It is also a way to keep our culture together. A Pow-Wow is a celebration of life”. Munzeroy is a Ojibwe teen living in Thunder Bay, who participates in Pow-Wows, traditional Native dancing and drumming.
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For the second year, the Lakehead University Native Students Association Pow Wow will be offered live online at NetNewsledger.