In Montana an integral part of the tribal tradition and culture are Pow Wows. A Pow Wow is a celebration where Native Americans gather for dancing, drumming, and singing. This workshop focuses on the history and background of Pow Wows; important information about the various roles of Pow Wow participants; Pow Wow protocol; and, dancing demonstrations. Participants will also have the opportunity to experience a Pow Wow by attending the annual MSUB Pow Wow.
Facilitators: Ruth Ferris and Kathi Hoyt, School District 2 librarians, have been long time IEFA facilitators/presenters for the Montana Regional Education Service Area III (MRESA3) for many years. The two of them bring a wealth of knowledge, classroom experience, and creative resources to share with participants. They have led workshops across Montana and beyond.
How to Enroll: Visit the MyLearningPlan website