Date(s) - Sat 03/18
Chief Leschi Schools
Chief Leschi PowWows
Our school sponsors a monthly powwow in most months throughout the school year to provide an opportunity for our children and community members to join us in the promotion of our Native American heritage. This is the perfect opportunity for our students to show the dance steps they have practiced. Some students participate in competition dancing; other students dance for the fun of it. Still others prefer to practice singing with drum groups or simply meet friends and watch. Many dancers and singers from local communities and nearby reservations often come to join us.
Chief Leschi community powwows are held every third Saturday of the month from October through January and again in March for the final powwow for the school year. Doors open at 5 pm for vendors, and grand entry is at 7 pm.
Vendor space is $30, and vendors must provide their own tables and chairs.
Chief Leschi Schools is a drug/alcohol/tobacco-free school. No drugs, alcohol, or firearms are permitted on the school grounds. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
There is no admission fee to the Chief Leschi powwows. Our powwows are open to everyone and the public is always welcome to attend. For more information about the Chief Leschi powwows, call (253) 445-6000.