2019 Carolina Indian Circle Powwow
Join us for the 32nd Annual Carolina Indian Circle Powwow (aka CIC Powwow) on March 2, 2019 at UNC’s Fetzer Gym A in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The Carolina Indian Circle Powwow host dancers from all along the East Coast. Its an educational event that welcomes individuals from the campus and surrounding communities, neighboring colleges and universities, in addition to American Indian tribal members from across the nation.
Carolina Indian Circle Powwow
The Carolina Indian Circle Powwow is one of the hallmark events for the campus every year. It is a time to celebrate Native culture, connect with one another, and bring awareness of Native communities to campus. Most importantly, it is entirely student run which is a testament to the handwork and dedication of Native students at Carolina. Food, craft and jewelry vendors will be on had. Dancers in traditional regalia will compete for cash prizes in categories such as fancy dance, traditional dance, grass dance and women’s jingle dancing.
Carolina Indian Circle, the undergraduate American Indian student organization, hosts this free public celebration. Doors will open at 11am for the public and grand entry will begin at 12:00 noon on Hooker Fields on South Road. Free parking will be available in the Cobb deck off Manning Drive.
Open to the Public – Dance & Drum Competition
Doors open at 10:00 am
Grand Entry at 12:00 pm.
General Admission: $5
Any college student with college ID: $3
0-5 & 60+: Free
Dancer Registration: $6
Drum Registration: $25