Native colors on display

Native American performers displayed their colors during the 21st annual Great American Indian Exposition Pow-Wow and Show at The Showplace in Henrico Nov. 9-11. The event featured more than 200 dancers, singers, drummers and artisans representing more than 100 tribes. It opened with a parade of nations in honor of November, Native American month. Attendees also had the opportunity to dine on Native American foods, such as buffalo stew and Indian tacos.

Photo by Roger Walk/Roger Walk Photography for the Henrico Citizen


Photo by Roger Walk/Roger Walk Photography for the Henrico Citizen


Photo by Roger Walk/Roger Walk Photography for the Henrico Citizen


Photo by Roger Walk/Roger Walk Photography for the Henrico Citizen


Photo by Roger Walk/Roger Walk Photography for the Henrico Citizen


Photo by Roger Walk/Roger Walk Photography for the Henrico Citizen


Photo by Roger Walk/Roger Walk Photography for the Henrico Citizen


Photo by Wayne Miller/Wayne Miller Photography for the Henrico Citizen


Photo by Wayne Miller/Wayne Miller Photography for the Henrico Citizen


Photo by Wayne Miller/Wayne Miller Photography for the Henrico Citizen


Photo by Wayne Miller/Wayne Miller Photography for the Henrico Citizen


Photo by Wayne Miller/Wayne Miller Photography for the Henrico Citizen


Photo by Wayne Miller/Wayne Miller Photography for the Henrico Citizen

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