Tiospaye Wacipi highlights Native Weekend activities at USD
Presented by the Tiospaye Student Council, the Wacipi is a powwow featuring Native dancers, drummers as well as Tiospaye competitions, including Miss, Junior Miss and Little Miss USD Tiospaye. Wacipi Grand Entry will be at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 16, and at 1 p.m. on Sunday, March 17. Host drum for the 2013 Tiospaye Wacipi is Bad Boy with Butch Felix serving as Eyapaha (announcer), Ronnie GoodEagle as the drum keeper and Phil St. John as arena director. All dancers and drums are welcome with day money provided for all tiny tot and junior dancers, and contest prize money for all adult and teen categories – minimum of five singers per drum.
The 41st annual Wacipi is part of the 2013 “Realizing the Dream” Native Weekend at the University of South Dakota. Additional activities scheduled include the “We Stand Together” Diversity Symposium, the Native American Alumni Banquet, the 16th annual Building Bridges Conference and Native American Weekend Visit for High School Students.
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