WATCH: Dancing and drumming at 46th Annual Memorial Pow Wow

Battle Mountain drummers Saturday, Oct. 12 at the 46th Annual Memorial Pow Wow. Lindsay Chung photo
Sunshine Edwards of Kamloops gets some last-minute help from Louie Quilt before the intertribal dancing begins Saturday, Oct. 12 at the Quesnel Tillicum Society’s 46th Annual Memorial Pow Wow.
Participants arrive at the Quesnel Tillicum Society’s 46th Annual Memorial Pow Wow during the Grand Entry Saturday, Oct. 12 at the Quesnel Youth Soccer Association fieldhouse. Lindsay Chung photo
Participants walk in the Quesnel Tillicum Society’s 46th Annual Memorial Pow Wow during the Grand Entry Saturday, Oct. 12 at the Quesnel Youth Soccer Association fieldhouse.
Dancers of all ages take part in the first of several intertribal dances Saturday, Oct. 12 during the 46th Annual Memorial Pow Wow. Lindsay Chung photo
Intertribal Dancing Saturday, Oct. 12 at the Quesnel Tillicum Society’s 46th Annual Memorial Pow Wow at the soccer fieldhouse. Lindsay Chung photo
A young girl waves during the Tiny Tots dancing Saturday, Oct. 12 during the Quesnel Tillicum Society’s 46th Annual Memorial Pow Wow. Lindsay Chung photo
Men’s Dancing Saturday, Oct. 12 at the 46th Annual Memorial Pow Wow. Lindsay Chung photo
The Shadow Mountain drummers Saturday, Oct. 12 at the Quesnel Tillicum Society’s 46th Annual Memorial Pow Wow at the soccer fieldhouse. Lindsay Chung photos
The staff- and flag-bearers take part in Saturday’s Grand Entry during the Quesnel Tillicum Society’s 46th Annual Pow Wow. Lindsay Chung photo
Men’s Dancing Saturday, Oct. 12 at the 46th Annual Memorial Pow Wow.

The Quesnel Tillicum Society’s 46th Memorial Pow Wow honoured homeless people this year.

The event, held Oct. 12 and 13 at the Quesnel Youth Soccer Association fieldhouse, featured drumming, dancing and a Princess and Warrior Pageant, as well as a variety of vendors.

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