This Friday and Saturday, March 29 & 30, the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse will host one of the largest American Indian powwows in the state of Montana. This year’s powwow is dedicated to missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. The event is free and open to the public.

Here's the schedule for this year's 44th Annual Powwow:

Friday

3 p.m. - American Indian Hall Ground Blessing Ceremony

6 p.m. - Grand Entry

Saturday

8 a.m. - Fun Run Registration

9 a.m. - Fun Run Begins

9:30 a.m. - Alumni Brunch

12 p.m. - Grand Entry

6 p.m. - Grand Entry

The powwow also included booths of artisan work for sale, and nonprofit and government organizations who will share information.

Indigenous food, including bison sliders, bison stew served in a squash bowl, an elk chili and frybread with wojape (traditional berry sauce), among other items, will be available for purchase from the Fork in the Road food service. Food will be served in the south side upper concessions of the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse.

2019- 2020 Royalty:
Miss Indian MSU: Connie Brownotter

Miss Teen MSU: Zariah Whiteplume

Junior Miss MSU: Emiliah Archambault

Miss Tiny Tot MSU: Jorleigh Ithay Mount

For more info visit Montana.edu.