For 38 years the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe holds an annual Powwow each summer. Powwows are a celebration of American Indian culture. People from diverse indigenous nations gather for dancing, singing, and honoring the traditions of their ancestors. Saginaw Chippewa Tribe Powwow is open for the public to attend and takes place at the tribal campground: 7529 E Tomah Rd, Mount Pleasant.
It’s quite interesting all the different cultural celebrations that take place each Summer in Michigan. How enriching to be able to experience and attend events celebrated all over the world, all right here in the Great Lakes State.