January 29, 2020

Saganing Tribe Preserves the Past with Powwow


Preserving the Saganing Tribe’s past is what brought together people from all over Arenac county and beyond on Saturday, June 04, 2011. Held on the Powwow grounds next to the Saganing Tribal Center, the two day event was off to a great start with a large turnout and wealth of native goods and foods. During the Powwow’s grand entry, guests were treated to a beautiful array of groups decked out in their finest garb, including military service men and women, grass dancers, medicine dancers and butterfly dancers. Events were set to begin at 1 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday and included live traditional Ojibwa music, language, dances, foods and crafts.


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