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Tsuu T’ina Pow Wow an unforgettable adventure

Lorenz Holloway looks to ride for eight seconds at the Tsuu Tina Powwow and rodeo at Redwood Meadows on July 27. PHOTO - JORDAN VERLAGE/OWW

Lorenz Holloway looks to ride for eight seconds at the Tsuu Tina Powwow and rodeo at Redwood Meadows on July 27. PHOTO – JORDAN VERLAGE/OWW

The 42nd annual Tsuu T’ina Pow Wow and Rodeo will be held from July 27-31 at the Redwood Meadows rodeo grounds, across the highway from the townsite of Redwood Meadows.

The official celebration begins the morning of Wednesday, July 27 with the Jr. Rodeo beginning at 10a.m.

The following days including the 28th, 29th and 30th will feature a traditional powwow as well as concerts. During the powwow, First Nations dancers and drummers from across North America compete in dancing and drumming competitions. Everyone is welcome to come out and learn about Tsuu T’ina First Nations culture, history and traditions.

First Nations competitors from across Canada and the United States participate in the Tsuu T’ina rodeo as part of their annual summer tour.

It is the largest First Nations rodeo in Canada. Many of the rodeo athletes also compete in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association’s summer rodeo circuit.

The rodeo will have all the classic events such as bull riding, bareback, steer wrestling, calf roping, saddle bronc and barrel racing. The powwow provides an opportunity to watch spectacular First Nation dancing, including the chicken dance, men’s traditional the grass dance and the women’s jingle dance.

For more information about the Tsuu T’ina Pow Wow and Rodeo contact the Tsuu T’ina First Nation administration office at 403-281-4455 or visit their website at www.tsuutina.ca

For more information about the rodeo visit tsuutinarodeo.com

Caption: The Tsuu T’ina Pow Wow is the largest First Nations rodeo in Canada.

 

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