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Intermountain Championships Powwow returns to Heber

HEBER CITY, Utah – Feel the heart of the land and celebrate native cultures during the Intermountain Championships Powwow on June 1 and June 2 in Heber.

The two-day, family-friendly celebration, held at River’s Edge in the Heber Valley, 7000 Old Highway 40, will feature all styles of Native dancing and drumming. There will also be a market area featuring an array of Native arts, crafts, jewelry, and food.

Hal Eagletail of the Tsuut’ina Nation in Alberta, Canada, is the Master of Ceremony, and Lane Neaman of the Northwest Band of Shoshone in Utah will be the arena director, Meláni Glassman of Cultural Fire Events, an Indigenous-led nonprofit that organized the event.

This will be the second time Cultural Fire Events will host a powwow in Heber. The organization will present another event in the fall in Moab, Utah.

Dance and Drum competitions will start at noon on both days.

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