50th Annual Kyiyo Pow Wow
April 20-21, 2018
The Annual Kyiyo Pow Wow Celebration is one of the oldest traditions of Kyiyo. The Annual Pow Wow Celebration unifies all Native American from across the nation in an event full of dancing, singing, and sharing of stories between all in attendance. The celebration is a time to preserve the rich heritage of Native Americans and renew the thoughts of the old traditions. The diversity of each tribe represented at our Pow Wow is shown within the dancing styles and traditional dress of the dancers. Although from a wide array of backgrounds, each dancer comes together to celebrate to celebrate what their culture truly represents. Each year, our Pow Wow continues to grow which shows the power of our people and leaves the message that our culture will never die out.
Head StaffHead Man – chosen each session
Head Woman – chosen each session
Master of Ceremony –
Honorary MC – Chief Earl Old Person, Browning MT
Arena Director –
Head Drum Judge-
Miss Kyiyo – Kia McCloud
Jr. Miss Kyiyo – Rhiannon Eaglespeaker
Little Miss Kyiyo – Nihani Siis Stiffarm
Grand Entry Times
Friday, April 20th – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, April 21st– 12:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Mens and Womens Golden Age 55+
Adult Mens and Womens (ages 18-54) – Traditional, Fancy, Grass, Jingle
Teen Girls & Boys (ages 13-17) – Traditional, Fancy, Grass, Jingle
Junior Girls & Boys (ages 7-12) – Traditional, Fancy, Grass, Jingle
Tiny Tots (ages 6 & under)
Thank you Hawthorne Elementary students for the video, featuring Jr. Miss Kyiyo: Rhiannon Eaglespeaker.