Join The Fun At The Annual Heber Valley Pow-Wow at Soldier Hollow
The annual Heber Valley Pow-Wow at Soldier Hollow runs today through June 16, 2013.
Now in its eighth year, Pow-Wow attracts over three and a half thousand people to the mountains around Soldier Hollow, in beautiful Heber Valley. This three day event has become a family tradition for Native American art enthusiasts, and people who just want a fun summer escape to the cool mountains.
Bring a tent for free camping, or take a quick drive to nearby Heber City, Midway or Park City and stay in a nice hotel or luxury resort. With so much to do in the surrounding area, you're weekend vacation will be one you want to repeat year after year.
The Pow-Wow will include vendors with their own traditional Native American foods and hand crafted jewelry. Looking for authentic Native American pottery or paintings? The Pow-wow will host many different tribes from all over the country, and their unique tribal arts.
Each day shortly after the vendors open, the dancing will begin. The main attraction at the Heber Valley Pow-wow at Soldier Hollow, is the dance contests. Performers from varied tribes compete with their own traditional dancing for a cash prize.
If you find yourself in the Heber area on July 14-16th, this is a unique opportunity to step back in time and enjoy the peace and hospitality found at the Heber Valley Pow-Wow at Soldier Hollow.
For more information go too www.heberpw.com.
The video below shows some of the fun at a previous Pow-Wow.