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Join us for Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2023 at Daybreak Star, hosted by Daybreak Star Radio!

5:00 pm: Bingo

6:00 pm: Dinner

7:00 – 9:00 pm: Jam Session

We encourage you to wear traditional regalia and bring a drum, rattle, flute, etc. for the jam session!


Prior to the recognition of Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Seattle, a group of indigenous organizers led marches and protests in downtown Seattle on Columbus Day from 2009-2014. In 2014, team of Native activists and allies successfully advocated for the City of Seattle to recognize the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples’ Day. That year, United Indians hosted Seattle’s first Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration.

Head Man 2022


Last Year 

In 2022, United Indians of All Tribes Foundation hosted an Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration on October 10th, from 4:00 to 8:00pm to honor Indigenous people. After the celebratory march and gathering at City Hall, Daybreak Star Cultural Center will be open for a free salmon dinner, cultural performers, and open mic sharing with DJ Big REZ as our MC. T-Shirts and medicine bundles are available for the Native community, and all are welcome. 

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Indigenous People’s Day 2020

You can watch our 2020 virtual celebration on Facebook or Vimeo.

Past Indigenous Peoples Day Posts