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United Indians of All Tribes Foundation cordially invites you to join us

31st Annual Seafair Powwow, July 20-22, 2018

“Protect Honor and Lift Our Youth”

Come and celebrate with our family, reunite with old friends and make new ones! Enjoy fantastic food, music, and dance. All are welcome as we proudly share our culture at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center grounds.SeafairLogo

Powwow Schedule:

Friday Family Night – Free Admission-4pm-10pm
Saturday – 10am-10pm
Sunday – 10am-8pm

Friday SCHEDULE – FREE ADMISSION (Donation accepted)

4pm – Doors open

7pm – Grand Entry

10pm – Retire Colors

Saturday SCHEDULE – Admission $5 (for 12 and older)

10am – Doors open

12pm – Powwow Grand Entry

5pm – Coastal Grand Entry

6pm – Pacific Islander Performance

7pm – Powwow Grand Entry

10pm – Retire colors

Sunday SCHEDULE – Admission $5 (for 12 and older)

10am – Doors open

12pm – Powwow Grand Entry

2018 Head Staff:

Co Emcee: Grant Timentwa and Larry Cordier

Arena Director: Ryan YellowJohn

Head Man: Red Bear McCloud

Head Woman: Lydia McCloud

Seafair Princess: Oteskwe Shebala

Host Drum: Indian Nation

2018 Specials:

Men’s Special (sponsored by Executive Director Mike Tulee and UIATF Powwow Committee)

$1000/$600/$400

Women’s Special (sponsored by Claudia Kauffman and UIATF Powwow Committee)

$1000/$600/$400

Bernie Whitebear Special – Golden Age

$600 take all

Men’s ‘Street CLothes” Special sponsored by Headman Red Bear McCloud.

Tiny Tots Special sponsored by Head Woman Lydia McCloud

Honoring Native Babies Special sponsored by the Native American Women’s Dialogue on Infant Mortality and Ina Maka Family program

Ronald Huntingbear Memorial sponsored by Brenda Lowe

Drum Contest:

1st – $3000

2nd – $2000

3rd – $1000

About:

The Seafair Indian Days Powwow is a three day festival of Native American and Indigenous Culture it features traditional Native American and Alaska Native and First Nations drummers, dancers in traditional regalia, Native Food and Art. It is open to the public and shares Native cultures with all of Seattle. Over 15,000 attend the three day event.

The Seattle Indian Days Powwow is held annually by United Indians of All Tribes Foundation. It is traditionally held the third weekend in July, in conjuction with Seattle Seafair.

What to Expect at Seafair Powwow:

If you have never been to our Seafair Powwow, we welcome you and are excited that you are coming. Here are a few things you may want to know before you attend.

  • This is an outdoor Pow wow. We Powwow, come rain or shine! So please plan accordingly, whether it means bring your umbrella because of rain that day, or bring sunscreen. We have bleachers seating, but it is limited, so feel free to bring your lawn, camping, chair, and/or blanket. We also have local Native artists selling authentic, hand crafted jewelry, arts and crafts and clothing. There will be food vendors, at our pow wow. Ever have Frybread? If not, then have one at our Seafair Pow wow, (it is fried dough, a delicious indulgent!) Good idea to bring cash, as some vendors do not accept credit cards.
  • There are standard protocols (guiding principles and expected behavior) dictating how the Pow Wow is conducted.  Learn more about protocols here.
  • Food! We will have a good selection of food vendors:
    Adobo Bro’s – Filipono cuisine
    Off the Rez -Frybread and Indian Tacos
    Citrus Sync Lemonade
    Dineh Frybread & Tacos
    Eagle Foods
    Sno Heaven – Snocones
    American Dreams Enterprise
    Island Java – Samoan BBQ
  • Traditional Salmon Bake

Hours of Operation: Friday, July 19, 2018: 5 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Saturday, July 20,2018: 11 a.m.-9:00 p.m., Sunday, July 21, 2018: 12 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Menu: Meal Option #1: Salmon Meal (Include Salmon, Potato, Dinner Roll, Watermelon) -$15.00
Meal Option #2:Salad & Salmon & roll  — $13.00
Salmon Only – $10.00
Sides Only- $5.00
Drinks $2.00
ICE – $10  [10 lb bag]

FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions) – Click link to see FAQ’s

DONATE – If you cannot attend, but would like to support the Annual Pow Wow and/or local Native cultural activities at Daybreak Star, learn how to donate here.

VENDORS – Contact Lynnette Jordan at ljordan@unitedindians.org.  Deadline June 23, 2018 click on link for 2018 VENDOR GUIDELINES and APP

VOLUNTEERS –  contact Katie Stover at pwvolunteers@unitedindians.org.  Click on link for Volunteer Application 2018

DIRECTIONS – CLICK HERE for google map directions to the pow wow.

SECURITY POSITIONS – We will be hiring security this year, please check back on when the hiring and orientation will be.  WE WILL NOT HIRE WALK UP HIRES DAY OF EVENT.

CAMPING – Camp for $25 per space. No pets allowed on camp grounds/Pow Wow grounds. No open campfires on campgrounds/Pow Wow grounds.

DISCLAIMER –

Not responsible for loss, theft, personal injuries or short funded travelers

This is a zero tolerance for alcohol and drugs event.

No Pets other than for assistance.

2018 Sponsors

PLATINUM

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GOLD

MUCKLESHOOT-TRIBE

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SILVER

Lummi

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Bronze

 Seattle Childrens Hospital
COS Neighborhood & Community

Copper

Floyd Pflüger & Ringer, P.S.