Pow Wows are celebrations which showcase Aboriginal music, dances, dance apparel, food and crafts. Commonly hosted by First Nations communities (either on reserve or in urban settings), Métis and Inuit also participate in contemporary Pow Wows. Pow Wows promote cultural pride, respect and health for young and old in an inclusive setting; drugs and alcohol are forbidden on the Pow Wow grounds. Pow Wows serve an important role in many Aboriginal peoples' lives as a forum to visit family and friends, and to celebrate their cultural heritage, while also serving as a site for cross-cultural sharing with non-Indigenous attendees and participants.