CELEBRATING INDIGENOUS VOICES
The Utah Division of Indian Affairs holds its annual Indigenous Day celebration with great enthusiasm and reverence, paying tribute to the remarkable contributions of Utah's American Indian community. This celebration is a testament to the rich tapestry of cultures and traditions that have thrived in the state for generations. It serves as a powerful reminder of the enduring legacy of Native Americans in Utah, whose contributions have left an indelible mark on the region's history and heritage.
Southwest Branch of Weber County Library
2039 W 4000 S, Roy, Utah 84067
3:00 pm - Film screening of Gather
5:00 pm - Dinner break; food trucks are available
6:00 pm - Plenary session
6:45 pm - Family workshop activities by Utah Film Center, Utah Division of Arts and Museums, and Univ. of Utah’s American Indian Resource Center; Exhibitor stroll; Cultural Performances
8:00 pm - Event concludes
As a sponsoring partner, your company/organization will have an opportunity to directly support Utah’s Native American community.
We invite you to be a contributing community partner for this year's Indigenous Day. For more information, please email email@example.com