Pipestone Pow Wow grows from reunion to celebration

Starting the dance
Lead Man Art Norquay, right, and Lead Woman Stephanie Hayes share a laugh before starting a couples dance at the 15th Annual Pow Wow in Pipestone on Saturday. Norquay, from the Iron Bear Clan, and Hayes who is Apache, act as lead dancers for the rest of the group.
Jackson Forderer / For MPR News

Pipestone hosted its 15th Annual Pow Wow this weekend. What began as a reunion of students from the Pipestone Indian School has grown to include dancing and drumming, a native food cook-off, and hand-crafted art sales.

Photojournalist Jackson Forderer took in the celebration on Saturday.

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