57th WEIO Begins Wednesday Night At Carlson Center

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It's that time of the year again, as the 57th annual World Esmiko Indian Olympics will start up Wednesday night at the Carlson Center.

The World Eskimo Indian Olympics, or WEIO, will see Eskimo and Indian Athletes from America, Greenland, Siberia, and Canada compete in many different events that are based on traditional games and dances.
These events will test the Athletes Skill, strength, agility, and endurance and will see the athletes compete at the highest level.
In addition to the Competitive tournaments there will also be traditional dances, artwork, and regalia, as well as the annual Ms. WEIO Pageant.
The First day of competition will be tomorrow and like every day in the competition, the Daytime events will have free admission.
Athlete Registration is at 10am, the Toe Kick is at 11am, the Four man Carry is at 12pm, the Kneel Jump is at 1, the one hand reach is at 2pm, and the Race of the Torch is at 3:30.
The Evening events will start at 6pm.
There will be an admission fee in the evening as Adults, ages 13 through 59 will be $15, Elders, Military, and youth are all $10.
The Opening Ceremony will start at 6pm.
The Ms. Weio Cultural Pagaent, the dance performance, the one hand reach finals, the Fish Cutting Contest, and the four man carry finals are all set to start at 7:30 and later.
This truly unique 4-day event will be going on from tomorrow until July 22nd at the Carlson Center.
This is an event you truly don't want to miss.