POCATELLO— The Idaho State University Native American Heritage Night set 6 to 9 p.m. March 5 at the Pond Student Union provides guests with an opportunity to share Native American Culture and be a part of something special.
“Heritage night is one of our big events; it’s the opportunity to share our culture and share our dances,” said Layha Spoonhunter, president and reigning royalty of ISU Native Americans United. “We want to welcome all students, faculty, staff and public to come witness a culture that is vibrant and exciting.”
There will be authentic dancers, a Native American buffet, a special presentation by Native American youth and different cultural presentations. The keynote speaker is Mary Kim Titla, executive director at Unity Incorporated.
Native American Heritage Night is a fundraiser for the ISU spring pow-wow at Reed Gym and is sponsored by the ISU Native Americans United Club.
Tickets will be $10 for the public, $8 for ISU students and elders, and $9 for ISU faculty and staff.
For more information contact Spoonhunter at 307-240-1435.