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A photo of Pow Wow dancers' feet in regalia from the 2017 Traditional Graduation Pow Wow

Pow Wow practice group

Updated practice schedule for the Spring 2018 term

January 23, 2018 — 

The Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management and the Indigenous Student Centre have partnered to create the Pow Wow Practice Group.

Everyone is welcome to join the group in a safe, family friendly environment where participants will learn different pow wow styles, along with song and drum teachings.

  • FREE
  • Family friendly
  • No experience needed
  • Regalia not required
  • Hosted by Ray (Coco) Stevenson, Rhonda James and The Walking Wolf Singers

There is no need to register, interested participants are simply asked to show up.

  • Every Monday, starting January 15 to April  30
  • 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
  • U of M Active Living Centre, 430 University Crescent (Corner of University Crescent & Dafoe Road, click here for a map) (Parking in U Lot, free after 4:30 p.m.)
  • 2nd Floor, Multipurpose Studio 264

How to get to the Active Living Centre at the University of Manitoba?

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The Active Living Centre (ALC) at the University of Manitoba is located at 430 University Crescent (at the corner of University Crescent and Dafoe Road). There is a parking lot (called U Lot) located right beside the ALC off of Dafoe Road (take a left at the intersection of University Crescent and Dafoe Road. The parking lot is to your left). Parking is free after 4:30 p.m. There are doors to the ALC facing U Lot.

Once you arrive, make your way to the ALC front desk for further direction.

A view of the Active Living Centre from University Crescent

A view of the Active Living Centre from University Crescent

Bus Routes

There are a number of Winnipeg Transit bus routes that lead to and from the University of Manitoba. Please refer to the Winnipeg Transit website (www.winnipegtransit.ca) to plan your trip.

Questions?

Contact:
Heather McRae
204-474-7425
heather [dot] mcrae [at] umanitoba [dot] ca

Interested in teaching?

We need male and female Pow Wow dance instructors (all dances & dance styles). Dance instructors will be asked to teach a variety of ages and skill levels.

Contact:
Heather McRae
204-474-7425
heather [dot] mcrae [at] umanitoba [dot] ca

 

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