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Pow Wow Memories

The annual Rossbrook House Pow Wow is a cherished tradition. So many dancers have so many great memories from the last (almost) 40 years. Click here to watch our video The beginning…   In the early 1980s Millie Stonechild began to work with a group of students at Eagles’ Circle, sharing teachings and culture. In the process, the students began to learn pow wow dancing.  The first Rossbrook House Pow Wow was held in 1982 in a church basement with taped music playing on a cassette player. Wi Wabigooni students joined with the Eagles’ Circle dancers for that pow wow. Sister Margaret
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Generations of Pow Wow Dancing

The annual Rossbrook House Pow Wow will, unfortunately, not be happening this spring as planned. This tradition has been a huge part of Rossbrook House for 38 years! Many participants and former students have fond memories of the Rossbrook House Pow Wow. As so many other events around the world, the Pow Wow has been canceled. We hope to make more memories again next time! In the beginning… In the early 1980’s Millie Stonechild began to work with a group of students at Eagles’ Circle, sharing teachings and culture. In the process the students began to learn pow wow dancing.  The
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