There's events for both kids and adults scheduled for today's Opaskwayak Indian Days.
It's day 4 and the The Children’s events continue to lead off the activities starting with nail pounding, sand bag pull race and other traditional events for kids aged 3 – 8 years. For the older kids aged 13 thru 17 there are senior traditional events like knife throwing, archery, Moose & Goose calling and log sawing. Thunderbird traditional events are for ages 40 to 54. All of traditional events take place at OID park.
Today at 1 p.m. is also the deadline for the scavenger hunt at the GLMC and all items must be in on time. At 2pm is the Gladys Munro Memorial jigging Competition Qualifying #3 at Otineka Mall. There's some large cash prizes for this event which brings out some talented jiggers so those not participating are encouraged to attend to watch.
3pm is the fish filleting competition and in the evening it’s Billy Cook Memorial fishing derby at OID park.
Events continue throughout the evening with the much anticipated youth talent shoe at the GLMC and Family Fun Night at Veteran’s Hall, both scheduled for 7 p.m. and the day wraps up with the Princess pageant Cash Draw at 8.