\u00a0WYOMING \u2013 This summer, don\u2019t miss one of three chances to witness and share a true Wyoming cultural experience at a Native American Tribal celebration near you in the Wind River area. First, Wyoming\u2019s largest powwow\u2014the 60th\u00a0Eastern Shoshone Indian Days\u2014will take place June 21-23\u00a0with the first grand entry at 7pm on opening night. Note, this event has been moved up one week from its usual scheduling. The 3-day event kicks off with a Boys & Girls Club Youth Contest Powwow on Thursday, June 20, at 7pm. Also, join the Northern Arapaho tribe at one of their powwows this summer.\u00a0The\u00a0Ethete Celebration is July 26-28, and the 65th\u00a0Northern Arapaho powwow is August 30 - September 1. These powwows\u00a0are free and open to the public. See a complete schedule of events. If you can't attend one of the powwows, plan to attend a weekday dance performance. See the Northern Arapaho Song & Dance at the Wind River Hotel and Casino in Riverton every Tuesday night at 6pm, or the Eagle Spirit Dancers in Lander at the Museum of the American West Wednesday evenings at 7pm. You\u2019ll meet the dancers, learn about the dance styles, and you can even join in the Circle or Friendship Dance at the end.