A feast, prizes, and traditional dancing will all be part of Beaver Brae's annual Spring Pow Wow today.
The feast is starting at 11:30 A.M., with the Powwow starting at noon. Beaver Brae graduate Malik Courchene is one of the dancers in the Powwow this year, and it will be his first as a dancer. Courchene explains how exicted he is for the event.
“I will be participating as one of the head dancers, and I am honoured because I am a Beaver Brae graduate and this is my first experience as a head dancer. I am very excited. It's a thrilling new experience. It's a first for me. I am nervous, but I'm excited,” he said.
Both head dancers will be students from the school. The event will run until 3 P.M. this afternoon.
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Powwow season starts early at Beaver Brae