Northern Arapaho Native Song & Dance Arapaho Eclipse Celebration 2017
What Was Ours
A Movie Premiere
FREE to the Public
October 1st @ 2pm Lander's Grand Theater
A Shoshone elder, a powwow princess, and an Arapaho journalist discover their true purpose on the Wind River Indian Reservation as they seek lost sacred objects, collected from their ancestors long ago and boxed away in vast underground archives
The award-winning documentary "What Was Ours" will have its an encore premiere at the historic downtown Lander Grand Theater on Saturday, October 1st @ 2pm. There will be a Q & A period after the screening. Free to the public!
Northern Arapaho Experience
Native Song & Dance
FREE to the Public Every Tuesday @ 6pm, June - August
in the Wind River Casino Spring Mountain Room
The drum stays strong and is considered the heart of the Northern Arapaho people. It also provides the music to the Northern Arapaho Experience Song and Dance. Held every Tuesday at 6 p.m., the free shows offer pow wow style dance performances. Featuring local dancers, the hour long program gives viewers a glimpse into the vibrant, alive and thriving culture of the Arapaho people. Guests also get a chance to take part in the singing and dancing that will leave you with a memorable experience. The Northern Arapaho Experience Song and Dance has gained a national following and have been spotlighted in print, web and television stories. The performances starts the first week in June and ends the last week in August. All performances are held in the Spring Mountain Room.
The Great American Eclipse 2017
Arapaho Eclipse Celebration
The Best Place to be on Earth, Monday August 21, 2017
Enjoy a once in a lifetime event at the Wind River Hotel and Casino. “The Great American Eclipse,” will take place on August 21. 2017. The Wind River Indian Reservation will be in the direct path of the total solar eclipse. To celebrate this event, we are inviting visitors to make Wind River their Great American Eclipse Destination. With the blue clear skies of Wyoming as your background, we have planned a cultural experience that only Wind River can provide. Hear the songs and watch the dances of the Arapaho people as we celebrate this historic event. Tribal elders will tell stories about the significance of the eclipse and other tales about the stars. We have also partnered with other groups throughout Fremont County to make sure your event is memorable. Book a room today and visit our website here.