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Visit us on Facebook! 50th Anniversary Powwow Results (2013)

 


Reeves Nawoosky was the Recreation Director in 1964 and after a successful summer of recreation activities, he scheduled a year end celebration. The Celebration included a Miss Shoshone-Bannock Queen Contest and other activities. The event was popular so a larger event was planned for 1965. Later in the years it has moved down to its current location. The Shoshone Bannock Tribes have been recognized as the best beaders in North America.

Today the Shoshone-Bannock Indian Festival is sponsored the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, which is unique because of the various activities that are in conjunction with the event, which includes: softball tournaments, golf tournaments, rodeos, Indian relay horse racing, art shows, parades, traditional handgame tournaments, indigenous children’s games, community buffalo & salmon feast, fun-run, and much more. 

All events are open to the public to attend and view which some of the events have minimal fees to attend or view which generate revenue to supplement the whole event.  From that time the festival Shoshone-Bannock has grown to its current size. It will continue to grow as the 50th Celebration and beyond.

 


51st Annual Shoshone-Bannock Festival Pow-Wow

Fort Hall, Idaho

August 7 - 10, 2014

 

M A S T E R  of C E R E M O N I E S

Vince Beyl, Ojibwe, Bemidji, Minnesota

Local Master of Ceremony: Tyson Shay, Shoshone-Bannock, Fort Hall, Idaho

 

H O S T  D R U M S

Northern Host Drum: Stoney Park - Morley, Alberta, Canada
Southern Host Drum: Cozad - Anadarko, Oklahoma

Grand Entries

Friday, Aug. 8th - 7 PM 1st Grand Entry

Saturday, Aug. 9th - 1 PM 2nd Grand Entry

Saturday, Aug. 9th - 7 PM 3rd Grand Entry

Sunday, August 10th - 2 PM 4th Grand Entry



Festival Coordinator: Rose Ann Abrahamson (208) 339-6996 (208) 339-6996 Email: roseabrahamson@yahoo.com
Powwow Coordinator: Dustina Abrahamson (208) 339-6996 (208) 339-6996 - ndngirl_19@yahoo.com
Arena Director: Bart Powaukee, Nez Perce/N.Ute, Fort Duchesne, Utah
Local Arena Director: Joseph High Eagle Baldwin, Shoshone-Bannock, Fort Hall, Idaho
Head Drum Judge: Dan Nanamkin, Nez Perce, Nespelem, Washington
Sound System: Bear Sound - Jerry Bear, Skull Valley, Utah

COMMITTEE CONTACTS:
Vendor Coordinator: Alana Baldwin (208) 221-7412 (208) 221-7412 abaldwin@sbtribes.com
Royalty Coordinator: Naivitsi Yabenay (208) 680-3985 yabenaiv@isu.edu
Parade Coordinator: Sunni Big Day (208) 847-5067  sunnibigday@gmail.com
Rodeo Coordinator: Anna Bowers  (954) 804-3349  anna.bowers.54@facebook.com
Art Show Coordinator: Emma George 0517 (208) 223-0517 emmalou_george@yahoo.com
Softball & Golf Tournament: Ft. Hall Recreation (208) 478-3770
Hand Game Tournament: Danielle Perkins or Rachel Hall (Casino) (800) 497-4231 (800) 497-4231 Ext: 3026
Traditional Feast: Virginia Bache-Mendez (reference feast) 208-339-6996

ADDITIONAL UPDATES WILL BE POSTED AS SOON AS THE INFORMATION BECOMES AVAILABLE


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