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Community College and the Sylvania Multicultural Center are proud to
present WACIPI - a celebration of Native American culture and tradition.
Please join us for an extraordinary campus and community celebration.
This cultural event features drum groups and dancers from across the region and
attracts more than 1,000 participants each year. It supports the PCC Native American
Scholarship Fund and Native American businesses by offering vendor space.
Sylvania Campus, Health Technology Building (HT) Doors open at 12 noon
more info at http://www.theportlandalliance.org/powwow
Merchandise vendor space is limited to 20 vendors. Priority will be given to Native American-owned small businesses for a fee of $75 for each 10 x 10 space. Please call the Sylvania Multicultural Center at 971-722-4116 to register by January 6, 2012.
For drum groups, space and payouts are available to the first 10 groups. No walk ons or drum hopping. Advance registration through the Multicultural Sylvania Multicultural Center is required by January 6, 2012.
This event is alcohol and drug free. No tobacco products are allowed on PCC premises.
Proceeds from PCC's Annual Winter Pow-Wow support the Native American Student Scholarship. Your participation and support of Pow Wow will ensure that the tradition of increasing access and retention of Native American Students continues. Help us meet our goal this year to raise enough money to award two scholarships for the 2012 - 2013 academic year. For more information or if you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to the Native American Student Scholarship please email or call 971-722-4116.
If you have a disability that requires any special materials, services or assistance, please contact the Disabilities Services at least 72 hours prior to the event so we may arrange appropriate accommodations.
This event is made possible by generous support from the Sylvania Campus President, Powwow Planning Committee, Sylvania Multicultural Center, Sylvania Women’s Resource Center, Native American Rehabilitation Association, Sylvania.