Culture In Motion Nicole Larsen Posted on April 22, 2015 684 views Werner University Center’s Pacific Room was filled with music, color and dance Saturday. Dancers and musicians from across the country attended the event, hosted by the WOU’s Multicultural Student Union. Polk County Itemizer-Observer by Aaron Yost Linda Meanus, 64, a Warm Springs-Yakima tribal member, dances on Saturday during the 22nd annual Pow Wow at Western Oregon University. David Yelloweye, 44, a Northern Cheyenne-Lakota, receives help with his dance outfit from his daughter Kimi Yelloweye before performing in a dance on Saturday. James Thinn, right and Chet Clark — both Navajo (Dineeh) tribe members — beat out time as members of the Shoneah Drum Circle. Stuart Whitehead, 57, of Siletz, left, and Matt Ruff, 31, of McMinnville, take part in a men’s traditional dance on Saturday during the Pow Wow at Western Oregon University. Both men are members of the Siletz Tribe.