On March 9, 2013, thousands of people gathered for the eighth Traditional Georgian College Pow Wow and celebrated aboriginal culture and traditions.
Just nine years ago, a small group of Georgian students and community members founded the Pow Wow. Since then, it has evolved into an extremely popular community-wide event hosted by the Aboriginal Studies department.
The 2013 Pow Wow continued the tradition of providing a gathering place for people to aboriginal people to share their culture with one another and the broader community.
The 2013 Pow Wow hosted more than 150 dancers, 12 drums, a Grass Dance exhibition, a Smoke Dance exhibition with Tribal Vision Dance and more than 18 vendors and artists from across the nation and Turtle Island. It also capped off Diversity Week at Georgian.