This is a past event.
When: July 22-24 2016
Price: $2 admission
One of the largest powwows in the U.S., this weekend’s Julyamsh event is expected to attract hundreds of participants and thousands of spectators, all there to experience and celebrate our region’s rich native culture. After losing its annual host location two years ago — and being canceled last year — Julyamsh, “the gathering in July,” is relocating to a new spot this year at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds. Participants in the powwow’s dancing and drumming competitions are traveling to Coeur d’Alene from across the country and Canada; event organizers anticipate as many as 800 dancers and 50 to 60 drumming groups. Spearheaded by a committee with the Coeur d’Alene Casino, spectators from near and far can expect to be truly immersed in regional native culture during Julyamsh’s three-day run.

Fri, July 22 through Sun, July 24 • $2/person admission • Kootenai County Fairgrounds • 4056 N. Government Way, CdA • • 1-800-523-2464
— Chey Scott


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