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Rusty Cozad of the Cozad drum group dances during the Gourd Dance segment of Hozhoni Days Powwow on Friday, April 1.
Iron Colt Singers were selected to be the Head Northern Drum for Hozhoni Days Powwow.
Women’s Southern Traditional dancer participates during the first session of Grand Entry in the Whalen Gymnasium.
Southern Ute tribal elder Marjorie Borst competes in the Women’s Northern Traditional category on Saturday.
Southern Ute tribal member Malia White Thunder competed in the Junior Girls Traditional category at the Hozhoni Days Powwow.
Men’s Northern Traditional category contestants gather during their contest on Saturday, April 2.
Traditional Dancer Bruce LeClaire enjoys intertribal dancing in between contests on Saturday, April 2
Men’s Southern Straight dancers showcase their finest regalia and moves during their competition.
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
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FLC welcomes back dancers after hiatus


The Hozhoni Days Powwow hosted by Fort Lewis College has returned to Durango, Colo. this spring. This two-day powwow is held annually, but like many other events, it had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Hozhoni Days Powwow marks the beginning of the powwow season for many, and FLC’s Whalen Gymnasium was filled with dancers, singers, and spectators over the weekend – running Friday, April 1 through Saturday, April 2. 

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