Native American Heritage Month Performances at Northern Quest – November 21, 2021

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  • Dan Nanamkin, left, of the Confederate Tribes of Colville, demonstrates a traditional men’s dance, after playing traditional flute music, on a stage at the Northern Quest Casino on Saturday, November 20, 2021. As part of Native American Heritage Month , dancers, drummers and singers from local tribes shared their cultures at Northern Quest in Airway Heights during the last of three performances of the month.

    Jesse tinsley The spokesperson-magazine

  • A pair of fantasy dancers perform on a stage set up at the Northern Quest Casino on Saturday, November 20, 2021. As part of Native American Heritage Month, dancers, drummers and singers from local tribes shared their culture on a set stage at Northern Quest in Airway Heights. It was the last of three performances of the month.

    Jesse tinsley The spokesperson-magazine

  • Devin BrownEagle, of the Spokane Tribe, demonstrates the acrobatic dance style known as the “grass dance” on a stage set up at the Northern Quest Casino on Saturday, November 20, 2021. As part of Native American Heritage Month, des Dancers, drummers and singers from local tribes shared their culture on a stage set up at Northern Quest in Airway Heights. It was the last of three performances of the month.

    Jesse tinsley The spokesperson-magazine

  • Preston Bagaling, 10, and member of the Kalispel Tribe, is a color blur as he demonstrates the style known as fancy dance on a stage set up at the Northern Quest Casino on Saturday, November 20, 2021. As part of Native American Heritage Months, dancers, drummers and singers from local tribes shared their cultures at Northern Quest in Airway Heights. It was the last of three performances of the month.

    Jesse tinsley The spokesperson-magazine

  • Davonica BrownEagle, left, member of the Spokane Tribe, and Alec Bluff, member of the Kalispel Tribe, right, team up to perform an “owl dance” on a stage at Northern Quest Casino on Saturday, November 20, 2021. As As part of Native American Heritage Month, dancers, drummers and singers from local tribes shared their cultures at Northern Quest in Airway Heights during the last of three performances of the month.

    Jesse tinsley The spokesperson-magazine

  • AJ McDonald, who inherited from the Salish, Pueblo and Navajo tribes, performs a traditional men’s dance on a stage set up at the Northern Quest Casino on Saturday, November 20, 2021. He performed with his 13-year-old son Avary. As part of Native American Heritage Month, dancers, drummers and singers from local tribes shared their culture on a stage set up at Northern Quest in Airway Heights. It was the last of three performances of the month.

    Jesse tinsley The spokesperson-magazine

  • Davonica BrownEagle, a member of the Spokane Tribe, demonstrates a traditional women’s dance on a stage at the Northern Quest Casino on Saturday, November 20, 2021. As part of Native American Heritage Month, dancers, drummers and singers from local tribes shared their crops at Northern Quest in Airway Heights during the last of three shows of the month.

    Jesse tinsley The spokesperson-magazine

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