By Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News In the Francis Sheldon Gym of Heritage High School, drumbeats echoed throughout the room as spectators filled the bleachers to enjoy a night of culture and Christmas. Hosted by Tulalip Youth Services and the Marysville School District, the Third Annual Christmas Powwow and Coastal Jam spread holiday cheer, with traditional […]
Magical Recipes are Coming Together to Form Remarkable Holiday Dishes Tulalip, Washington — It’s that holiday time of year, and the chefs at Tulalip Resort Casino have been busy checking their recipes twice to make sure they create magical dishes for all to enjoy. Every restaurant at the Resort is getting involved with this year’s […]
Native American Heritage Month Concert In honor of Native American Heritage Month, world flutist Gary Stroutsos and Everett Public Library present a concert of Native American music from a variety of tribes. This free concert will be performed at 2 p.m. Saturday November 19 in the Everett Public Library Auditorium, 2702 Hoyt Avenue in Everett. There […]
Shake Your Groove Thing While Learning a New Dance at Canoes Cabaret Afraid to hit the dance floor with those two left feet? Here’s a chance to have a great time, right those feet, and learn classic dances that will have even the stars envious! Instruction ranges from Latin and Ballroom to Disco and […]
5th Annual Return of the Salmon Celebration 10:30am-4pm Saturday, Sept 24 at 801 First St. in Sultan. Free event – members of the Tulalip Tribes will be providing educational displays, art and music.
Source: Heritage University Toppenish, Wash. – Heritage University’s two Native American student clubs recently announced that the Grammy-nominated group, Black Lodge Singers, will serve as the Head Drum at their first ever All Nations Student Pow Wow. “We are really excited,” said Alden Andy, organizer and president of the student club American Indian Business Leaders […]