POWWOW: A Celebration of Indigenous Cultures

POWWOW words over male dancer in regalia

Please join us November 4, 2022 in the Gaiser Student Center, Clark College Main Campus

Information tables and vendors selling Native arts and crafts will be set up through the event.

Vendors please contact Sheila Davis 503-453-5233 to register. 

This event is free and open to the community.

Stage space is limited, drummers by invitation only. All dancers welcome!

5:00 p.m. Blessing, Welcome, and Scholarship presentation

6:00 p.m. POWWOW Grand Entry

History of the event

Since 2009, Clark College has celebrated Indigenous cultures during the first weekend of November (Native American Heritage Month) with a POWWOW that includes music, dance, food, vendors, honoring of veterans, and the announcement of the Dreamcatcher Scholarship honoring our vision of Educating for the Seventh Generation.

Dreamcatcher Scholarship

The Dreamcatcher Scholarship scholarship is designed to help current and future Clark College students that identify as Native American Indian, Alaska Native, Hawaiian Native or indigenous to the Americans. The Dreamcatcher scholarship will be awarded from the fund in the name of Becky Archibald and Anna Schmasow for their endless commitment to advocating Education for the Seventh Generation. To be considered for the dreamcatcher scholarship, an applicant must be: 

We would like to invite you to apply for the DREAMCATCHER SCHOLARSHIP.

Apply at the Office of Diversity Equity and Inclusion by emailing Rosalba Pitkin or calling (360) 992-2672. 

Ways to Donate:
Online: https://www.clarkcollegefoundation.org/campaign/give/
select “other” and note Dreamcatcher Scholarship in the comments box
Phone: 360-992-2301
Mail: Clark College Foundation
1933 Fort Vancouver Way
Vancouver WA, 98663-3598. 

Contact mgolder@clark.edu with questions about this event.