Kinship and prayer at Balboa Park as prisoners of war return to the American Indian Health Center
This year, the event, featuring various tribes, teams and communities, will honor Late actor Saginaw Grant For his leadership and contributions to the American Indian community.
Pow Wows are traditional spiritual and cultural events that celebrate traditions and pass them on from generation to generation. They also provide a spiritual experience for American Indians and time to learn about seniors and grandparents, while raising cultural awareness within the greater San Diego community.
“Pow Wows are gatherings of Amerindian Americans/Alaska Natives to celebrate and perpetuate their beautiful traditions of drumming, singing, dancing, prayer and kinship. Senior Community Leader and Leader, who will serve as event director, said Randy Edmonds, who will serve as event moderator,” said Randy Edmonds, Senior Community Leader and Leader, who will serve as event moderator.
Each day begins at 10 a.m. paying homage to the Kumayi people, whose homelands include Balboa Park, with bird songs, followed by gourd dancing, intertribal dancing, and tributes.
Vendors will sell handcrafted jewelry, pottery, baskets, clothing, and a variety of other crafts and goods as well as American Indian dishes like fried bread and Indian tacos.