July 11th - 13th 2014

FAIRBANKS
ALASKA

Behind Carlson Center

Friday 6pm - 12am
Saturaday 12pm - 12am
Sunday 12am - 5pm

 

 


Alaska Natives, American Indians, and First Nations People of Canada in a powwow setting to share similarities and diversities, to honor the elders, and children, and to educate the general public of the heritage of the indigenous people of North America.

HOME - ETIQUETTE - SPONSERS - GROUP INFO - VENDORS - ABOUT US

DOCUMENTRY VIDEO

MIDNIGHT SUN INTERTRIBAL POWWOW

WINTER POWWOW March 1, 2014 1pm - 5pm
Held at Howard Luke Campus Effie Kokrine School
MSIP will be hosting a Powwow in conjunction with
Festival of Native Arts


Click Here to visit Midnight Sun Powwow on Facebook

Every year we have a great turn out from the community for the Powwow
and also many volunteers who help at the time of the Event.
It takes planning and work the whole year to put on this Powwow.
Over the years the membership of those who work all year to
bring about this event has steadly declined until there is a small
Group of people who are responsible for this event happening.
If you enjoy this Powwow please become
a member and help bring it about.

DOWNLOAD MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

Each year the Powwow hosts the releasing of a rehibilited eagle from the Bird Treatment and Learning Center. After being healed the eagles are given their freedom and returned to the wild.

A Princess and Little Princess are selected each year

for the Midnight Sun Inter-Tribal Powwow.

CLICK FOR PRINCESS APPLICATION

Application due March 1st, 2014

Inter-Tribal Dancers

from all over Alaska.

Alaska Native Dance Groups

perform on Saturday Night.

 

 

 

 

Contact: Sarah Grover, Council Chair

907-388-0634