With Pow Wow, a visitor-filled Saturday for UW-Green Bay
Just a reminder: Saturday, April 14 also marks the return of the ceremonial Pow Wow organized by the Intertribal Student Council. Hundreds of visitors, if not more, are expected throughout the day. Debra Rezac, diversity director for the AIC, told a campus gathering earlier this week “the interest has been overwhelming” and “we are certain of a great turnout,” especially for the first Grand Entry at 1 p.m. The Pow Wow will be headquartered in the “old gyms” while National History Day will take place on the opposite side of the Kress. (Although History Day has something like 400 young presenters, if you factor in friends and family coming out to view the exhibits, the number is much higher.)
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And that’s not all! — Jeff Krueger, operations manager for the Kress, reminds us that there’s an NCAA Division I softball doubleheader going on that day, too. It’s the Phoenix home opener with games vs. Butler scheduled for 1 and 3 p.m. So, stop out for a little history, culture and sports… and probably a full parking lot or two, which is great.