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United San Antonio Pow Wow

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Founded in 1998, United San Antonio Pow Wow is dedicated to promoting the history and culture of America’s first inhabitants. Each year, the nonprofit hosts a weekend pow wow combining a grand entry procession, traditional drumming, gourd dances and a Native American church service. Presided over by Lee Walters, the 18th annual gathering unites members of nearly 50 Native American tribes and features an “Indian Two Step” led by Amileah Davis, as well as vendors offering everything from arts and crafts to frybread and buffalo burgers. Free, 10am-10pm Sat, 10am-4pm Sun, Antonian High School Gymnasium, 6425 West Avenue, unitedsanantoniopowwow.com. — Bryan Rindfuss

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