LCC Native American Student Association (NASA)--Lane Powwow

The Lane PowWow 2024, presented by students of Native American Student Association (NASA) will be held this year on Saturday, April 6th.

The annual Lane Community College PowWow will take place at the LCC Main Campus inside Titan Coliseum (Lane gymnasium). This powwow is a family friendly, free event. All drums and dancers are welcome. No alcohol or drugs are permitted.

Please visit the Native American Student Association (NASA) table at the main entrance of the powwow for information on the dayʻs schedule, powwow t-shirts for sale, raffle tickets and more.

Native american child in regalia at pow wow

Lane PowWow 2024 Schedule

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Location:

The Lane Community College PowWow 2024 will take place inside Titan Coliseum (LCC gymnasium). The powwow is a family friendly, free event. All drums and dancers are welcome. No alcohol or drugs are permitted.

Lane Community College
4000 East 30th Ave
Eugene, OR 97405

Powwow Head Staff

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Community volunteers are welcome!

Volunteer opportunities available and welcomed. Please sign up online at http://bit.ly/nasapowwowvolunteer.

Vendors:

Vendor applications will be mailed and available in February 2024.

Applicable vendors must comply with the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990

Vendor categories include: Native/general crafts, Native/general arts, Native commercial products, (non-frybread) food booths, Native/general books.

Native American Pow wow dancers

General PowWow Information

Please visit the Native American Student Association (NASA) table at the main entrance of the powwow for information on the dayʻs schedule, powwow t-shirts for sale, raffle tickets and more.

For general powwow information, please contact Carl Yeh at yehc@lanecc.edu.

First-timer?

Here is some helpful information before your first visit to a Powwow: 10 Rules to Follow In and Out of the Arena

The Lane Powwow is one of the largest in the Northwest, drawing participants and spectators from around the Northwest and beyond. This has facilitated an increase in Native American students attending LCC. In 1991, LCC identified fifty (50) Native American students attending class. Today, there are more then 650 self-identified Native American students attending LCC. This increase in Native American students has helped to produce community support for the Lane Longhouse project.

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