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    WACIPI Tenth Annual Traditional Powwow
    Portland Community College and the Sylvania Multicultural Center are proud to present WACIPI * a celebration of Native American culture and ancestry. The event features drum groups and dancers from across the region and attracts more than 1,000 participants each year. It supports Native American businesses by offering vendor space. Please join us for an extraordinary cultural happening.

    Event Details
    Saturday, January 24th, 2009
    Sylvania, Health Technology Building (HT)
    Doors open at 12 noon, Grand Entries at 1 and 7 pm.
    Public Welcome! Free Admission and Parking
    Featured Attractions
    Master of Ceremonies – Bob Tom (Confederated Tribes of Siletz and Grand Ronde)
    Whip Man – Ed Goodell (Confederated Tribes of Siletz)
    Color Guard – Northwest Indian Veterans Association
    Native American Merchandise Vendors
    Fry Bread and Indian Tacos by Fry Bread Man
    Schedule of Events
    Health Technology Building (HT) and College Center (CC)

    College Fair from noon to 4 pm
    Grand Entries at 1 pm and 7 pm
    Community Dinner at 5:30 pm

    Vendor Information
    Merchandise vendor space is limited to 25 vendors.
    The fee is $75 for each 10 x 10 space. Registration
    is required prior to the event. Priority given to Native
    American-owned small businesses. Please call the
    Sylvania Multicultural Center at 503-977-4116 to
    register in advance.

    Drum Group Information
    For drum groups, space and payouts are available
    to the first 10 groups. No walk ons or drum hopping. Advance registration is required. Register by calling the Sylvania Multicultural Center.

    This event is alcohol and drug free. Smoking permitted in designated smoking areas only.

    American Sign Language and Plains Indian Sign Language available during the event.

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