KBIC hosts round dance

Keweenaw Bay Indian Community hosted a Native round dance on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015. Less formal than a pow wow, the round dance is for friends near and far to gather, sing, dance and share food. People from throughout Indian Country attended. See story, photo on page 2. Lauri Denomie photo.

Keweenaw Bay Indian Community hosted a Native round dance on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015. Less formal than a pow wow, the round dance is for friends near and far to gather, sing, dance and share food. People from throughout Indian Country attended. See story, photo on page 2. Lauri Denomie photo.

The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC)’s Pow Wow Committee hosted a round dance at the
Nii’winAkeaa Community Center in Baraga on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015. Unlike the traditional pow wow
where dancers are dressed in full regalia and various drums are featured in the dance arena, the round
dance is a more casual event according to KBIC Director of Cultural Services Gary Loonsfoot, Jr.

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