The first-ever Teton Pow Wow, hosted by Central Wyoming College’s United Tribes Club, was held Saturday at the Teton County Fairgrounds. The five-hour free event was open to the public and included several regional tribes. There were vendors throughout the fairground and a series of dance competitions were hosted by the master of ceremonies featuring Native dance and regalia.

  • 0

Members of regional tribes stand together in a circle Saturday during the beginning of the first Teton Pow Wow. The five-hour event, which was…

  • 0

Keegin Eagle, 10, from the Eastern Shoshone tribe, gets dressed Saturday for the first-ever Teton Pow Wow, hosted by Central Wyoming College’s…

  • 0

Members of various regional tribes dance together in traditional regalia Saturday to begin the first-ever Teton Pow Wow at the Teton County Fa…

  • 0

Job Eagle, 1, watches from his stroller as his siblings get ready Saturday for the Teton Pow Wow at the Teton County Fairground. Eagle, his mo…

  • 0

Emily Menta, 2, holds Wendy Young’s hand while they dance Saturday. Emily and Young, from the Shoshone Bannock Tribes, traveled from Idaho’s F…

  • 0

Members from several regional tribes stand together in a circle during the beginning of the first-ever Teton Pow Wow at the Teton County Fairg…

  • 0

Jessica Burns brushes her daughter Jonny Menta's hair Saturday while getting her ready for the first-ever Teton Pow Wow. Burns and Menta trave…

  • 0

Wendy Young holds Emily Menta, 2, Saturday during the opening ceremony of the first-ever Teton Pow Wow at the Teton County Fairgrounds. Menta …

  • 0

Members of various regional tribes participating in the Pow Wow invite spectators to dance with them Saturday during the beginning of the firs…

  • 0

Jai’La Eagle, 8, from the Eastern Shoshone tribe, sits while her mother, Alexis Eagle, helps her get ready Saturday for the Teton Pow Wow alon…

  • 0

Members of various regional tribes participating in the Pow Wow invite spectators to dance with them Saturday during the beginning of the firs…

spotlight
  • 0

The first-ever Teton Pow Wow was held Saturday at the Teton County Fairgrounds. The five hour free event was open to the public and hosted sev…

(0) comments

Welcome to the discussion.

Please note: Online comments may also run in our print publications.
Keep it clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language.
Please turn off your CAPS LOCK.
No personal attacks. Discuss issues & opinions rather than denigrating someone with an opposing view.
No political attacks. Refrain from using negative slang when identifying political parties.
Be truthful. Don’t knowingly lie about anyone or anything.
Be proactive. Use the “Report” link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts.
Share with us. We’d love to hear eyewitness accounts or history behind an article.
Use your real name: Anonymous commenting is not allowed.