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World Eskimo-Indian Olympics in Fairbanks

Attracting natives from Alaska, the Pacific Northwest and Canada, the World Eskimo-Indian Olympics is a celebration of the indigenous cultures and traditions. The event features traditional contests as well as few more unusual events such as ear-pulling, knuckle hop, high kick and the nalukatak (blanket toss). Other events include the popular Miss WEIO contest, marathon races, food exhibitions and traditional music and dance performances. Many events are free, but evening events are individually priced
Venue:
Fairbanks. Fairbanks
Dates:
2008-07-01 -to- 2008-07-31
Frequency:
Annual | TBC. Usually about four days (Wed–Sat) in Jul
Hours:
TBC
Price:
Free for spectators
Directions:
Air
Organiser:
World Eskimo-Indian Olympics
Phone:
+1 (907) 452 6646
Email:
No email address available
Website:
www.weio.org

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