Annual Kyi-Yo Celebration - Missoula

Friday, April 18, 2014 - Saturday, April 19, 2014

The Kyi-Yo Celebration seeks to enhance cultural awareness on campus and create a more diverse atmosphere in our community. Kyi-Yo members strive to give people pride in their own culture as well as an appreciation of each other's unique identities. By hosting a powwow at The University of Montana, Kyi-Yo honors the American Indian heritage found within the hearts of its members, past and present. The Kyi-Yo Powwow brings together alumni, current students, and the Missoula community in a celebration of diversity in a safe and substance free environment.

http://www.umt.edu/kyiyo
kyiyo@yahoo.com

Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
32 Campus Drive
Missoula,  MT 59812

Phone: 406-243-6306

West Bound I-90: Take Missoula's first exit onto Van Buren Street, turn left at the stop sign and merge into the right lane, at the stop light, turn right onto Broadway Street, move into the furthest left lane and turn left onto Madison at the stoplight, driving over the bridge, stay in the left lane and veer left at the fork in the road. After the fork, keep to the left and turn at the stop light. After making a left, get into the right lane. You will be heading due east and directly in front of you will be the Adams Center.

From Missoula International Airport: Leaving the airport, turn right onto Broadway Street, take the first left leading you to the entrance of East Bound I-90, follow I-90 and take Missoula's last exit onto Van Buren Street, turning right at the stop sign, driving over the bridge, stay in the left lane and veer left at the fork in the road. After the fork, keep to the left and turn at the stop light. After making a left, get into the right lane. You will be heading due east and directly in front of you will be the Adams Center.

Season
Not Available

Hours
Doors open at 5:00pm and grand entry is at 7:00pm

Payments
Not Available

Reservations
Not Available

Automated Teller Machine, Childrens Activities, Food Services, Handicapped Accessible, Information, Merchandise, Music, Parking, Pay Telephone, Public Restroom, Snack Bar, Store, Visitor Service, Water

Arts And Crafts, Childrens Activities, Cultural, Dancing, Dining, Education, Entertainment, Exhibit, Fair, Festival, Food And Drink, Heritage, Music, Native Art, Outdoor Activity, Performing Arts, Photography, Shopping, Western Art, Wildlife Art