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January 10 - 12 , 2014 & January 17 - 19, 2014 ~ Spirit of the Buffalo Pow Wow

International Market World ~ 1052 US Hwy 92 West ~ Auburndale, Florida 33823

MC - Ric Bird ; See Demonstrations of Native American crafts including Tomahawk Throwing, Bow and Arrow, Flint Knapping, Fire Making, Bead and Feather Work, and much more.  Watch East meets West Wild West Show, Drumming, and Dancing!  Indian Village with Historic Artifacts, Intertribal Dance Competition, Artisans & Crafters,  Taste Authentic Food, Native American Music, Live Buffalo - Kids are FREE on Fridays - School Busses Welcome, call for schedule, plenty of bus parking - From Orlando take I-4 to exit 17 off toll 570 (Polk Parkway) From Tampa take I-4 to exit 28 - US hwy 92E - Open Rain or Shine!  Campsites available Jan 4- 18 limited electricity - Dance competition, Luck of the Draw For Vendor Information or Registration Call 863-665-0062 or John at 863-559-8866

January 24 - 26, 2014 ~ Sarasota Native North American Indian Festival

3000 Ringling Blvd ~ Sarasota, FL 34237

9-5 Friday, 10-6, Saturday and 10-5 on Sunday. Experience the traditions and culture of the Native American people. Find hand made, one of a kind fine arts and crafts, paintings, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, bead work and leather work, along with Native American food. There will be performing of traditional Native American drumming, singing and various styles of dance throughout the weekend. More info: (941) 924-2784. rexbegaye@gmail.com 

January 25 - 27 , 2014 ~  24th Annual Native American Festival

The Casements ~ 25 Riverside Drive ~ Ormond Beach, Florida

Sponsored by The Department of Leisure Services; Intertribal Native Dancers, Aztec Dancers from Mexico, Reptile & Wildlife Exhibits, Native American Cuisine, Over 30 Trading Booths; Friday 10am-9pm, Saturday 10am-9pm, Sunday 10am-5pm ~ Daily Admission: Adult $6; Senior $5; Child $4 Info (386)676-3216

 

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February

January 31, February 1 - 2, 2014 ~ 7th Annual Spring Pow Wow

USA Flea Market - US Hwy 19 - Port Richey, Fl

Drumming dancing and other entertainment. Gates open each day 10AM. Entrance Fee $4 Donation per person, Children under 12 free. Bring the whole family for a fun fill day of learning. Friday Grand entry 7PM, Sat. 1 and 7PM and Sun. 1PM. Entertainment by JJ Kent. After hours will be sitting around the fire telling stories, singing, and even a trade blanket. For any other information call either Sue at 727-495-3791 or Robert at 727-389-2275.

  February 1 - 2, 2014 ~ Brooksville Native American Festival

7601 Horse Lake Road~ next to Beef O'Brady's - Brooksville, Florida

Featured performers will be Little Big Mountain Family, Chipa Wolfe and an Aztec dance troupe. There will be dance and drumming presentations, primitive skills and Native horsemanship demonstrations and Native food, arts and crafts. Admission is $5.00 for adults $3.00 for kids 6-12.  Saturday 10am - 6pm, Sunday 10am - 5pm; More Info 352-797-7886

February 1, 2014 ~ School of Math & Science Pow Wow

Durham, NC

February 6 - 9, 2014 ~ Annual Spring Festival at Cox-Osceola

Oklevueha Band of Yamasee ~ Orange Springs, Florida

Please join us, the Oklevueha Band of Yamassee Seminole Indians, as we celebrate our annual Intertribal Pow Wow Festivals. We are a non-profit Native American tribe, who for more than fifty years, has hosted festivals and taken part in many educational programs for our young people and adults. Children's Games and Native American Story Telling, Handmade Native American Craftwork, Traditional Native Dancing, Native Drumming, Native American Food, Vendors and more ! Indian Auction and Raffles Daily ! Gate Hours - Thursday through Saturday: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm; Sunday: 9:00 am 6pm.  FREE Primitive Camping HOT Showers ~ Free admission at the gate; donations welcome and accepted.(Suggested Donation: Adults - $2.00 and Children under 12 - $1.00)Gate Prize: Random drawing from each days tickets; must be present to win. From I-75 or 301 : Travel south from Gainesville, or north from Ocala. Junction CR 318 (I-75 exit #368 at the Petro Truck Stop), travel east to end of the road. Turn left on CR 315 at blinking light and proceed to junction SR 21. Turn right on N.E. 243th Street (alongside church at fork in road) and follow the dirt road to the end. Please follow signs posted on day of event for further directions. For more information contact:Cox-Osceola Indian Reservation PO BOX 521 Orang Springs, FL 32182 or Call  (352) 658-1739 -or- (352) 546-3363 http://www.scentsofpeace.com/powwow.html 

February 7 - 9, 2014 ~ 43rd Annual Seminole Tribal Fair

Hard Rock Live Hollywood ~ Ft Lauderdale, Fl

Seminole Tribe of Florida at the Hard Rock Live. Featuring live music, American Indian dance, Seminole Fashion show, Fine Art & Crafts. Watch live alligator wrestling and wildlife shows performed by Seminole Okalee Indian Village. Enjoy an array of native food from vendors watch the Seminole Tribal clothing contest. Music entertainment to be scheduled.

February 14 - 16, 2014 ~ Vero's Thunder on the Beach Powwow

  Indian River County Fairgrounds ~7955 58th Ave ~  Vero Beach, Florida

Host Drum - TBA; Head man - Thomas Zermeno; Head Lady - Juanita Zermeno; MC - Ron Colombe; Admission $8 Adults, Children & Seniors $4;   Knights Inn 8800 20th Street, Vero Beach FL Phone: 772-562-9991 You must mention you are coming to the Powwow to get the listed rate. More Info call Donna 772-567-1579 or email DEEDEE1579@aol.com

 

 

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February 28, March 1 - 2, 2014 Thundering Spirit Pow Wow

           Renninger's Twin Markets

20651 New Highway 441 Mount Dora, Florida 32757

 

Renninger's Twin Markets, 20651 New Highway 441 Mount Dora, Florida 32757 ~ Just East of Mount Dora ~ Just 30 miles North of Orlando. Please join us for Traditional Native American Culture Including: Drumming, Dancing, Crafts, and Food. Bring the whole Family and spend the day. Don't forget to bring a chair. Entertainment by Arvel Bird, Joanne Shenadoah, Tlaltlacayolotl ~ Earth, Heart, Man Aztec Dancers, and more. Friday is Children's Day from 9:00am - 2:00pm with special Demonstrations, Games, etc. Friday Grand Entry at 7:00pm, Saturday Grand Entry at 1:00pm & 7:00pm, Sunday Grand Entry at 1:00pm. Gates Open at 10:00am Daily. Admission ~ Required Donation: Adults $5.00 Children Under 12 FREE Active, Retired or Service Persons Admitted FREE; MC: Bert Iron Turtle Cox; Head Veteran: Clyde Maize; Head Man Dancer: Dean Swimmer; Head Woman Dancer: Mayola Maize; Host Drum: Memez' Boys & Southern Pine Singers; Firekeeper: Ken Cloudwalker; Color Guard: Local Veterans; More Info Contact: Tony Ledford 352 636-4271 ThunderSpiritFam@yahoo.com  PO BOX 1141, Eustis, FL 32727 http://www.thunderingspiritfamily.com/

March 7 - 9, 2014 ~ 9th Annual DeLand YMCA Pow-Wow

761 E Int'l Speedway Blvd ~ Volusia-Flagler YMCA ~  Deland, Florida 32724

 

All Drums and Dancers  Welcome -Grand Entry  Friday 7 pm, Sat 1 pm & 7 pm  Sun  1 pm - Motorcycles Welcome, park at back gate - $5 Donation per person, Kids 5 and under free - Vendors call Marvin 386-748-3878 No pets please

 March 8 - 9, 2014 ~ Low County Pow Wow & Cultural Festival

Purrysburg Rd  ~ Hardeeville, SC 29927

Period Encampment - Robert Redhawk; 10am until?  $5 admission Adults, $2 Children, Students & Seniors, Under 6 FREE; Friday School Day 9am - 2pm $2 per child ticket stub will get them in all weekend FREE; Information: Call Mike at 843-384-5551, or Sabrina at 912-312-5538

 March 21 - 23 , 2014 ~ Chasco Fiesta Pow Wow

Sims Park - 6341 Bank Street ~ New Port Richey, Florida 34652

Situated on the banks of the beautiful Pithlachascotee River in historic downtown New Port Richey, the 68th Annual Chasco Fiesta will once again encompass a three day Pow Wow as a part of its overall nine day event. event visitors are treated to such time honored traditions as Native American Dance performances, educational activities, and an abundant of Native American vendors. Chasco Fiesta will host one of the largest street parades in the area on Saturday, and offers music and food vendors for all to enjoy. This event is highly attended during the first weekend (which encompasses the Pow Wow). For more information on the Native American Pow Wow or the overall Chasco Fiesta event, please visit www.chascofiesta.com  or contact the Chasco Fiesta office at 727-842-7651.

March 27 - 29, 2014 ~ American Indian Pow Wow of Health

8045 Hogan Road ~ Jacksonville, FL

Contact info: dpainter@seamericanindian.org Special programs for Elementary and Middle schools by reservation only, please call904-410-4110 to reserve your school; Mail Donations to: Mission Harvest America PO BOX 550165 Jacksonville, FL 32255-1065

March 28 - 30, 2014 ~ FIHA 49th Annual Pow Wow

Savannas Recreation Area ~ 1400 E Midway Rd. Ft. Pierce, FL

Gates Open 10am daily; Grand Entry 7pm Friday, Saturday 1pm & 7pm, Sunday 1pm; Florida Indian Hobbyist Association - Contact Tena Pottorff 772-337-3368 or email at FLG8R@AOL.com    For more info: www.FIHA.info  We also have a Facebook Page: FIHA Powwows

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April 3 - 5, 2014 ~ Cherokee of Georgia  Spring Pow Wow

St George, GA 31562

This schedule is an estimate of times and activities, as we usually run on "Indian time".Thursday & Friday 9 a.m. ~ Flag Raising, school field trips 1 p.m. ~ Intertribal Dancing SUNDOWN ~ Lowering of our flags. 7 p.m. (Friday)~. Grand Entry, Intertribal Dancing Saturday 9 a.m. ~. Flag Raising NOON ~ Lunch at Camp 1 p.m. ~ Gourd Dance (if we have enough participants) 1 - 5 p.m. ~ Intertribal Dancing, Princess competition, story telling and anything else we come up with that may be culturally informative or even fun. 5:30 p.m. ~.Supper For The Camp SUNSET ~ Flag lowering 7 p.m. ~. Grand Entry Invocation, Veteran's Songs, Memorial Song Commence Evening Program and Dancing. The Dancing will conclude when Dancers and Drummers stop. Fry Bread, Indian Chili, Ice Tea, Lemonade, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Sodas and Hot Dogs are available at the cook shack. Breakfast is sold on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings. The Cherokee of Georgia Tribal Library and Cultural Center will be open for your enjoyment between the afternoon dances and the evening grand entry and dancing on Friday and Saturday. Please note: If anyone has an upcoming Powwow that they would like to have announced in the arena, please give a flyer or the information to the M.C. For the consideration of everyone, there are bathrooms available. Your assistance in keeping them clean is appreciated - County Road 121 and State Hwy 94 - Cherokee Of Georgia Tribal Council, Inc. - Rt. 1 Box 1019  -Saint George, GA 31562-9796 - United States Phone:(912) 843-2230 / (912) 285-2738 Email: fmmcgahee@bellsouth.net  or hathaway_tribe@yahoo.com  We have a nice size area for FREE tent camping next to the new guest lodge with an exterior bathroom.  We don't have as many RV spots with electric and those have always been filled on a first come basis. If any one needs a hotel, the Econolodge in Macclenny provides a decent discount of $46.95 per night. They are pet friendly with a per stay (not per night) pet fee of $10.00. Be sure to mention the PowWow when making reservations. I've heard they put out a nice spread for breakfast from friends who have stayed there recently. Smoking and non-smoking available. Each room has coffee pot, fridge, and microwave. Econolodge, 151 Woodlawn Rd, Macclenny, FL 32063 Phone: (904) 259-3000 They are about 17-18 miles south of the Tribal Grounds, right off State Road 121 and Exit 335 on I-10, www.econolodge.com/hotel-macclenny-florida-FL381

April 5 - 6, 2014 ~ Chattanooga Pow Wow on the River

First Tennessee Pavilion (aka Chattanooga Market Bldg) ~ 1826 Reggie White - Chattanooga, TN

General Admission: Adults age 13-64 $7.00 /Age 3 under FREE / Age 65 older FREE Students & Sponsors employee w/ID $5.00 / Kids 4-12 $4.00 Members (current/retired) of Military, EMS, Fire, Police FREE w/ID SATURDAY 10AM – 10PM GRAND ENTRY 12PM & 6PM Gourd Dancing 11am & 5pm SUNDAY 10AM – 5PM GRAND ENTRY 12PM Gourd Dancing 11am; All Vendors Welcome - spaces limited, call 423-240-7270 Host Hotel information - call 423-240-7270 Campers and self-contained RV's welcome. Tent camping nearby, no showers, large bathrooms. FREE PARKING No alcohol or drugs allowed on premises. http://naservices.org/

April , 2014 ~ 36th Annual  Chambers Farm Spring Gathering

22400 NW Hwy 315 - Ft McCoy, Florida 32182

Host Drum: Billy Evans Horse (Kiowa) Guest Drum: Birdchopper (Cherokee)  MC: Rick Bird (Cherokee) Arena Director: Duane Whithorse Flute: Albert Gray Eagle Head Man Dancer: TBA;  Head Lady Dancer: TBA; Head Veteran: Thomas Zermeno (Apache); Join us under the beautiful old oak trees for a weekend of Drumming, Singing, Dancing and Friendship. Outstanding artists and crafters from over the country will be there to offer jewelry, beadwork, leatherwork, flutes, natural soaps and other fine handmade products. Contact info 513-464-1746 or 352-546-2984, leave message website: http://www.chambersfarm.org Facebook @ Chambers Farm

 April 4 -6, 2014 ~ Catawba Pow wow

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Winthrop Coliseum ~ 1162 Eden Terrace Rd ~ Rock Hill, SC 29730

April 12, Friday (3:00-10:00pm) (Dance time 7:00pm) April 13, Saturday (11:00am-10:00pm) (Dance time 11:30am & 5:30pm) April 14, Sunday (11:00am-6:00pm) (Dance time 11:30am-6:00pm)Winthrop Coliseum, 1162 Eden Terrace; Bring the whole family out to watch, listen and experience Native Americans from all across the United States and Canada dance, drum and share their culture at South Carolina’s largest Native American Gathering. Traditional craft and food vendors will be on hand along with special guest performances by the Aztec Dancers, Hoop Dancers and Apache Dancers. The Carolina Raptor Center will have their Birds of Prey Exhibit set up at the main entrance along with music, dancing, storytelling and so much more. Tickets may be purchased at the door and are $6 for adults, $4 for children 6-11 years old and free for children 5 and under. Contact 803-328-2427, ext 230

April 6, 2014 ~ 13th Annual Brown University Spring Thaw Powwow

Pizzitola Sports Center - 235 Hope Street, Providence, RI 02903

Contact: Floripa Olguin - floripa_olguin@brown.edu  Sun, April 6, 2014 11:30 AM - 5:00 PM Pembroke Field. Come join the 13th Annual Brown University Spring Thaw Powwow, hosted by the Native American Heritage Series and the Third World Center. A powwow is a traditional gathering of Native peoples indigenous to North America. It is a recognition, honoring, and celebration of native culture and heritage. There will be traditional drumming, singing, and dancing, along with artisan vendors and food. This is an opportunity to experience contemporary-traditional Native American culture and witness the largest annual event hosted by a Heritage Series, so you don't want to miss it. Admission is free and open to everyone and anyone! Come and go as you please.

April 12, 2014 ~ New River Native American Heritage Festival

Bissett Park - 23 Berkley Williams Drive - Radford, VA 24141

Arvel Bird will be performing, Host Drum is Red Fire Singers, MC is Lowery Begay.  Gates open at 11 am, Grand Entry at noon, Arvel Bird concert at 5:30 pm.  $250 Luck of the Draw for Dancers in Regalia. Call/email for more info info@VisitRadeford.com or 540-267-3153 www.VisitRadford.com

 April 11 - 13, 2014 ~ Chehaw Native American Cultural Festival

Chehaw Park - Albany, GA 31701

Friday is Special Kid's Day  9:30 AM - 2:00PM school rate $5 per child; Saturday 9:30 AM - 6:00PM Sunday 9:30 AM - 5:00PM; Admission $10.75 per Adult, $7.75 Children 4 - 12, members $1.00;  Zoo Entrance Included!  For more information call 229 430-5275 or www.Chehaw.org

April 11 - 12, 2014 ~  NSU Pow Wow

University Center Ballroom - Northeastern State University - Tahlequah, OK 74464

Contact number 918-444-4350 email: tribalstudies@nsuok.edu  SCHEDULE Friday, April 11, 6-10 PM; 6 PM Gourd Dancing; 8 PM Grand Entry; Contests (point system); Saturday, April 12, 2 PM - Midnight; 2 PM Gourd Dancing; 5 PM Supper; 7 PM Grand Entry; Contests (point system)

April 12 - 13, 2014 ~ Native American Earth Festival

Reed Canal Park 2871 S. Nova Road (North Entrance) ~ South Daytona, Florida

Saturday 10am - 7pm, Sunday 10am - 5pm; A Native American Festival featuring: Native American dancing, Arts & Crafts, Pow Wow Arena, East Meets West Show, Refreshments, Encampments, Displays, Trading Booths, Children's Activities, Wildlife Exhibits and much more! Cost: $4.00- ages 13 & older, $2.00-ages 4-12, No cost for children 3 & younger ~ For more information please contact the Parks & Recreation office at 386-322-3070. Please Note: The Reed Canal Park playground is only accessible this weekend with paid festival entry. Other playgrounds are available at Riverfront Veterans Memorial Park and James Park.

    April 12 - 13, 2014 ~ Northern Arizona University Contest Pow Wow

NAU ~ J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome Bldg 73 ~ 1701 S San Francisco Street ~ Flagstaff, AZ

Saturday April 12, 2014 Gourd Dancing: 11:30 am & 6:00 pm Grand Entry: 1 pm & 7:00 pm – 12:00 am Sunday April 13, 2014; Gourd Dancing: 10:30 am; MASTER OF CEREMONIES-Rick Yazzie, Dine, Dook’o’osliid Arizona ARENA DIRECTOR--Lydall Yazzie, Dine, Smoke Signal Arizona HOST NORTHERN DRUM--Battle Lake, Maskwacis Alberta, Canada HOST SOUTHERN DRUM--Omaha Whitetail, Macy Nebraska HEAD MEN---Chris Dinedeal, Apache/Dine, Mesa, Arizona HEAD WOMEN--Yvonne Sadongei-Dinehdeal, Kiowa/Comanche, Apache Oklahoma HEAD GOURD DANCER--Ipa Dutchover-Grey, Pima, Scottsdale, Arizona Adults--$10 both days, $7 per day Students---$5 both days, $3 per day Kids under 5--Free; Host Hotel: Quality Inn 2500 E. Lucky Ln Flagstaff, Arizona (928)-226-7111; Arts & Crafts Vendor Space: $40 per day, $60 both days Deadline for registration April 7, 2014 2014 Food Booth by Committee ONLY

 April 17 - 19, 2014 ~12th Annual Southern Miss Powwow

University of Southern Mississippi

118 College Drive Centennial Lawn on the Hattiesburg campus - Hattiesburg, MS 39406

Friday School day 10am - 3pm; Social Dancing Storytelling, Demonstrations; Saturday Gourd Dancing 10am and 4pm; Grand Entry 12pm and 6pm; Events will include stickball demonstrations, Choctaw storytelling, social dancing, cornhusk doll-making, blowguns and a display of southeastern American Indian artifacts. Vendors will sell American Indian crafts, and the community may participate in learning to make crafts. Traditional American Indian food will be served. Dr. Charles Allen, an accomplished botanist who has published numerous articles and books on native plants, primarily those of Louisiana. He will deliver a presentation on native plant foraging. No cost. All Powwow events are free and open to the public. Sponsored by University of Southern Mississippi and the Mississippi Humanities Council. The Mississippi Humanities Council is a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Contact: Dr. Tammy Greer Phone: (601) 466-0948 E-mail: tammy.greer@usm.edu  Website: http://www.usm.edu 

April 18 - 20, 2014 ~ 48th Annual Haliwa-Saponi Indian Tribe

Haliwa-Saponi Trail ~ Hollister, NC 2589

 Al Richardson 252-586-4017 arichardson@haliwa-saponi.com  http://www.haliwa-saponi.com/  

   April 25 - 27, 2014 ~ 16th Annual United Cherokee Festival

& Native American Pow Wow

3550 Creek Path Rd ~ Gundersville, AL 35976

Directions: From US Hwy 431 in Guntersville (at the Wyndham Garden Hotel) take AL Hwy 79 South .7/10ths mile to Cherokee Elem. School, Turn right on Willow Beach Rd., Turn Left on Creek Path Road to Pow Wow. Contact Information: UCAN Tribal Center 256-582-2333 fax - 256-5829812; website: www.air-corp.org    All mailed documentation should be sent to Pow Wow Committee, 1531 Blount Ave, Guntersville, AL 35976 or e-mail ucanonline@bellsouth.net  Friday, April 25th Children’s Day-Admission Free Exhibition-Dancing, Singing, various demonstrations of crafts. Story Tellers, Flute Playing, Archery, Flint-knapping Saturday, April 26th-Admission $5.00 Adults $3.00 Children/Seniors Dancing, Drumming, Demonstrations Gates Open 8:00 AM till 9:00 PM – PUBLIC WELCOME Grand Entry-Noon till 7:00 PM, Bon Fire & Story Telling at Dark:30 PM Sunday, April 27th-Admission $5.00 Adults $3.00 Children/Seniors Gates Open 10:00 AM till 5:00 PM – PUBLIC WELCOME GRAND ENTRY 12:00 Noon (Noon till 5:00 PM) NO ALCOHOL, DRUGS OR POLITICS Grounds Security & EMT Service will be provided. Concessions Available, Shower Facilities, Handicap Facilities Primitive Camping Available $30.00 for the Weekend; Posting of the Colors: UCAN Veteran’s Society & Honor Guard Drums; Thunderheart Singers Drums Welcome MC-Lee Trevino, AD - Ethan Oden Head Man-Skipper Smith, Head Lady-Katie Smith Assistant Head Man-Grant Jacks, Assistant Head Lady-Reesa Gentles Flute Players– Tom Burke; Lucas Bridges Storyteller-Foy Southard /Rowland Matthews Archery Demonstration by; George Denmark Pow Wow Princess Contest Tiny Tot, Junior, Senior– $5.00 Entry Fee; Flint knapping, Archery Lessons and Tomahawk Throwing Lessons Powwow Princess Contest Cherokee Wedding Huge Bon-Fire with flute, drums and storytelling, April 26th at Dark:30 All drums and dancers invited.

  April 26, 2014 ~ American Indian Pow Wow ~ A Celebration of Life for All People

Mt Trashmore Park ~ 310 Edwin Dr. ~ Virginia Beach, VA 23462

Saturday, April 27 . 11 AM - 6 PM Mount Trashmore Park . Spirited music, intriguing dance, and appetizing food will have you captivated with Native American culture. Now in its 13th year, this enlightening and colorful event also features authentic and Indian inspired crafts for sale and display. www.vbgov.com/specialevents  more info call special events 757-385-2900 or email prspecialevents@vbgov.com

 

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May

 

May 2 - 4, 2014 ~  Lumbee Spring Pow Wow

Dance of the Spring Moon

Farmers Markey Pavilion ~Hwy 74 East, exit 13A ~  Lumberton, NC

Grand Entries are Friday at 7 p.m., Saturday at 12 p.m. and 7 p.m., and Sunday at 1 p.m. Admission fees are as follows: Adults - $8; Youth (6-12yrs) - $6; Seniors (55+) - $5; and Kids (5 & under) - free. Weekend Pass $18.  For more information on this tobacco, violence, drug and gang free event please call 1-800-659-6585 or 910-521-7861  website: http://www.lumbeetribe.com/ 

May 4, 2014 ~ Keepers of the Peace Pow Wow

Trophy Point Amphitheater - West Point, NY

This is the 4th Pow Wow hosted on West Point grounds since its inception in May 2010. The United States Military Academy at West Point is a service academy for the Army graduating and commissioning leaders in the Army who are committed to the values “Duty, Honor , Country.” The Grand Entry of dancers begins at 1 pm. Native American dancers and drummers from throughout the northeastern United States will be part of the festivities. The powwow offers an opportunity to observe Native American dancing, drumming, and singing traditions, view Native American crafts, and eat Native American food. The powwow is the fourth annual held at West Point. Point of Contact is Mark Smith, Mark.Smith@usma.edu , 845-938-3136.

May 9 - 11, 2014 ~ 37th Annual Edisto Natchez-Kusso Pow Wow

1125 Ridge Rd ~ Ridgeville, SC 29472

Four Holes Indian Organization Community Center; Grand Entry Friday 6pm - 9pm; Sunday 12pm - 9pm; Admission 0 - 12yrs FREE, 13 - 64yrs $5, 65+yrs FREE;  contact info Tabitha Spell (843) 871-2126

May 9 - 11, 2014 ~ Veterans Pow Wow

691 W Lebanon Street - Mt Airy, NC 27030

Free admission to Teachers and Students on May 9.  Activities for the kids, Luck of the Draw for Dancers in Regalia.  MC - Roy Spotted Eagle; Drum - Buffalo Creek Veterans Drum; AD - Lonnie Bending Oak; Head Man - Crow; Head Woman - Brown Eagle; Gates open at 9am, Admission $8; Seniors 65 and older Free, Children under 12 Free, Veterans and Gold Star Mothers Free; More Info call 336-749-0593 

May 9 - 11, 2014 ~ 4th Annual Seminole Okalee Indian Village Pow Wow

Seminole Paradise - Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - US 441 & Stirling Rd - Hollywood, FL

Pow wow Competition, Alligator Wrestling, Wildlife/Snake Show, School day Friday, Native American Vendors Food & Crafts; Gates Open 10am; Adults $12, Seniors $10, Kids $5, under 4yrs Free; More Info Jennifer Osceola at 954-797-5582 or via email at jenniferosceola@semtribe.com  or visit www.semtribe.com   Vendor Info Patrice Morgan 954-797-5438

 

May 10 - 11, 2014 ~ 24th Cherokee County Indian Festival and Mother's Day Pow Wow

Boling Park ~ 1200 Marietta Hwy - Canton, GA 30114

Everyone is welcome as the Cherokee County Indian festival is a great opportunity for people to discover Georgia’s rich cultural heritage while paying tribute to mom.  Saturday 11:00 a.m. –  7:00 p.m.     Sunday 11:00 a.m. –  6:00 p.m.  Adults: $15 Kids:6 - 12 yrs $5; Kids  5 & under: FREE; Competition dance rounds and Intertribal Pow Wow and Indian Festival, Cherokee Nation Ambassador Tommy Wildcat,  Arvel Bird will be performing; Aztec dancers, Birds of prey, drumming, singing, arts & crafts, Native foods, Intertribal dancing, Live buffalo, warriors on horseback, tipi village and primitive skills demonstrations, much, much, more. Note: all traders & artist are by application only - new applicants can email photos of wares & display for consideration. Much much more… NOTE: Acts are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances; Rolling Thunder Enterprises, 34 Rolling Thunder Drive, Jasper, GA 30143 , email chipa.wolfe@yahoo.com   website www.rthunder.com  770-735-6275

May 10 - 11, 2014 ~ 9th Annual White Buffalo Pow wow

Tupelo White Buffalo Park and Zoo ~ 2272 North Coley Road ~ Tupelo, MS

Time 9am - 5pm; MC: Ken Dixon, Choctaw; Drum: Stonebear and Shoti-Ikbi; Contact: White Buffalo Park, 866-272-4766 or Hal Colston, 901 876-4015 Aztec Dancers, (Danza Azteca Quetzalcoatl) will perform. R.J. Molinere of ‘Swamp People TV show’ Food, Drinks and Craft Vendors. Come and enjoy the drums and songs of our ancestors.  

May 17 - 18, 2014 ~ 22nd Annual Monacan Pow wow American Indian Festival

Rte 130, 6 miles East of Hwy 29 ~ Rte 29 Madison Heights, VA 24572

Monacan Indian Nations gathers for this annual event. There will be demonstrations, crafts, and dancing. Spend the weekend visiting some of the finest Native American crafts, people, and artists from the United States and Canada. A time filled with native drums and dancers in full regalia. Share a spirit of community not often found. Treat yourself and your family to a unique opportunity to hear and see. Storytelling to entertain and educate people with the stories that have been passed down by ancestors for generations. See a wide variety of live animals such as the American Buffalo, Eagles, Hawks, Falcons, and Owls. Painters, carvers, and basket makers and of course GREAT FOOD. Day Money for Dancers totaling $5000; Saturday (10am -9pm)- Sunday (10am -6pm)  Rt. 130, 6 Miles West of Rt. 29 In Elon, VA. Admission Fee: $7.00 & $5.00 www.monacannation.com Host Hotel: America's Best Value Inn 434-845-7041

May 23 - 25, 2014 ~ 5th Annual Spirit of the Wolf Pow wow and Kiowa Gourd Dance

5949 CR-5 ~ Enitachopco Ceremonial Grounds ~ Ashland, AL 36251

 Spirit of the Wolf Pow Wow and Annual Kiowa Gourd Dance . Admission charged, except to children 6 & under and dancers in ceremonial regalia. Enitachopco Ceremonial Grounds—Bring a blanket and lawn chair to enjoy drumming, dancing, arts and crafts, music, demonstrations, food and Wolf Garden Ambassador Contest by Karen Cooper. Hosted by: First Nations Outreach Project, a Native American non-profit organization. Gates open Fri., 10 a.m. with Brush/Gourd Dance 10-4 p.m. and grand entry at 5 p.m.; Sat., gates open at 10 a.m. with Gourd Dance, 1-4 p.m. and grand entry at 5 p.m.; Sun., gates open at 9 a.m. with Gourd Dance TBA; grand entry at 3 p.m. followed by Luck of the Draw for Dancers. Make $5 donation and receive ticket for door prizes drawings each night. Learn more at 256-396-0466 or www.wolfgardens.org/pow-wow .

May 23 - 25, 2014 ~ “The Growing Ones” youth-focused Pow Wow

Cherokee Indian Fairgrounds ~ 745 Tsali Blvd ~ Cherokee, NC

Contact:  Daniel Tramper;  828-399-0835 dtamper@gmail.com

May 24 - 25, 2014 ~ Upper Mattaponi Spring Festival and Pow Wow

13476 King William Rd ~ King William, VA 23086

Celebrate the heritage of the Upper Mattaponi tribe of King William County at their 27th annual Pow-Wow & Festival. Grounds are open May 24-25 from 10 AM to 5 PM. Grand entry is 12 noon on Saturday and 1 PM on Sunday.  American Indian arts, drumming and dancing, tribal displays and cultural demonstrations, and plenty of food and drink. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets.  This is a family event and powwow etiquette will be observed; absolutely no drugs or alcohol, and please no pets.  The Upper Mattaponi tribe is officially recognized by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Admission Fee: $3 -$5  Frank Adams, powwow coordinator:(804) 769-3854  Upper Mattaponi Tribal Center:(804) 769-0041  frankglen@aol.com  www.uppermattaponi.org

 May  24 - 25, 2014 ~5th Annual Native Woodland Gathering

Hall-Fawcett Park ~  4595 CR 153 ~  Zanesfield, OH 43360

1 mile west of the Junction of US 33 & SR’s 292 & 153 - Zanesfield Ohio in Logan County; Join us! Admission is free. Grand Entry May 24th 12 noon & 5:00 PM May 25th 12 noon and 4:00PM Limited Vender space call 937 592 2412 For any questions, please contact: David Holland at 937-441-1565 or BlueCorn Woman at 937-210-2942 or bluecorn48@yahoo.com

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June

June 6 - 8, 2014 ~ 9th Annual Taylorville Blackhorse Pow Wow

Taylorville, IL 62568

For Additional Information Please Contact 314-302-4095, quiet-eyes@att.net 

June 6 - 8, 2014 ~  Gateway to Nations Pow Wow

50 Aviation Road -  Brooklyn, NY 11234

10am-5pm (Open to School Groups and the General Public) $7 General Admission for everyone of all ages School groups MUST pre-register.  All school registration forms and payment must be received by Friday, May 24th, 2013. For more information, Email native@redhawkcouncil.org  or call #718-686-9297. June 1st & 2nd, 2013; 11am-7pm Grand Entry of Dancers at 1pm and 4pm Price: $14 Adults & Teens, $8 Children 6-12 years old & Seniors 65+, Free for Children 5 years old and under; Free parking • Limited seating available so you’re welcome to bring your own chairs and/or Umbrellas. • Redhawk Pow Wows are Rain or Shine outdoor events therefore no refunds will be given. •No alcohol or drugs, no outside food, drinks, ice or coolers will be allowed on the premises.

June 7 - 8, 2014 ~ Native Solutions 2nd Annual Jacksonville Pow wow

Germania Springs Park ~ 540 Roy Webb Road ~ Jacksonville, AL 36265

Times: Sat: 10am-8pm, Grand Entry 11am and 6pm Sun: 10am-6pm, Grand Entry 11am; Host Drum: Grandfather Strongheart, Head Man: Crazy Bear, Head Lady: Dawn Carden, MC: Gary Smith, AD: Dave Doty; Head Veteran: Smitty. All dancers and drums welcome. No drugs or alcohol allowed. $5 for adults, free for elders 65+ and children 10 and under.  Contact Mark or Ruth Davis 256-820-3644 ravenspiritwalker@yahoo.com  

June 7 - 8, 2014 ~16th Annual  American Indian Festival

Greenbrier Middle School ~ 1016 Greenbrier Parkway ~ Chesapeake, VA 23320

Presented by the Nansemond Indian Tribal Association, Chesapeake Parks and Recreation. Event is FREE to the public. Celebration features American Indian storytelling, traditional dancing, and demonstrations. Native jewelry, crafts, festival and Native American food vendors. Don’t miss the spiritual “Grand Entry” at 1pm on Saturday and Sunday. Gates Open 10:00 AM-6:00 PM  Admission FREE  Chesapeake Parks & Recreation: (757) 382-6411   Contact: Sally B. Triolet, sbtriolet@cityofchesapeake.net   www.CityofChesapeake.net/PRevents (757) 382-8466

June 5 - 8, 2014 ~RNAFF Gathering

Renaissance of the North American Flute Foundation

Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center - 123 Cromwell Drive - Townsend, TN 37882

10am - 10pm daily; Event info: http://www.rnaff.org/rnaff-gathering-20141.html 

  June 20 - 22, 2014 ~ Yamassee Indian Tribe Green Corn Festival

Yamassee Indian Reservation - Allendale County, South Carolina

This event is Inter-tribal and open to all nations, dancers, drummers, veterans and the "Public" welcome!!! There will be Drumming, Story telling, Face painting, Dancing, Raffles, Auctions, FOOD & Cultural sharing. Prizes for best dressed Regalia. Opening ceremony at 10:00 a.m. Camping will be available please feel free to contact us for more information!!!! Contact us at (803)702-9012 or email mgentle@yamasseenation.org

 

June 14 - 15, 2014 ~ 35th Annual Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Pow-wow

Salem County Fairgrounds State Hwy Route 40 - 735 Harding Hwy - Woodstown, NJ 08098

The Pow-wow is located on Route 40, just west of Sharptown in Pilesgrove Township, about 3 miles west of Woodstown in Salem County, NJ, and about 8 miles east of the Delaware Memorial Bridge. Gates Open 10AM Rain or Shine; Directions from the Delaware Memorial Bridge: From the Delaware Memorial Bridge, look for Route 40 East to Atlantic City. Take Route 40 about 8 miles East, and the Pow-wow will be on your left. Directions from Route 55: From Route 55, look for Route 40 West just North of Vineland. Take Route 40 West about 18 miles from Route 55, and the Pow-wow will be on your right. You will pass through Woodstown and Sharptown. The Cowtownrodeo grounds will be on your left before you reach the Pow-wow location on your right.  Contact: Call Us at 856-974-8808 or email us at: contact@nanticoke-lenape.info

June  20 - 22, 2014~ 10th Annual Inter-tribal Pow Wow

4026 State Road 322 - Wayne Township, Ohio 44093

Honoring Our Ancestors 10th Annual Inter-tribal Powwow Location: Ashtabula Antique Engine Club grounds 4026 US Hwy. 322 Williamsfield Ohio 44093 (Wayne Township); Gates open 10 am...vendors open Grand Entry 12 Noon Drumming, dancing, story telling, history told specialty dances. Auction on Sat. and Sun. Admission...$5 for adults, $3 for Seniors and children 6-12 30 vendors, two food vendors (both Native and American foods) Please bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit. Free parking! Contacts: Sandi Red Wolf 440-997-5026/ 440-319-4483cell, email redwolf_0801@aol.com & Bonnie Morning Dove 440-992-7397/ 440-645-7661 cell  

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July

July 4 - 6, 2014 ~ 39th Annual EBCI Pow wow

Acquoni Expo Cener ~ 1501 Acquoni Road ~ Cherokee, NC

"Grand Entry" march on Friday at 7 PM, Saturday 1 & 7 PM and Sunday at 1 PM. On the 4th of July, watch fireworks at 10 PM. Friday: Open at 5 PM Saturday: Open at 10 AM Sunday: Open 10 AM Admission: $10/day; Contact Info: Daniel Tramper; 828-399-0835; dtamper@gmail.com

 

July 7 - 14, 2014 ~ Tradin' Tyme at the Squirrel's Den presents:

A Journey of the Seventh Fire: A Continuation

1232 Indian Trail ~ Blackshear, Georgia

To Honor the Creator, To Honor the influence of the Positive Energies of the Universe, and to Honor the Guidance of the Spirits of the Good Ancestors. HOW: Meditation and Contemplation. A loose schedule of events will be planned. Intertribal and Stomp Dancing are definitely being considered. The Gathering will begin at 7am 07/07/14 and will continue for 7 days to 07/14/14 on 7 acres of land. It will begin by 7 fires lit by 7 fire keepers and 7 fire bearers by live embers carried in Alabama Mussel Shells to Seven Camps. When the fires are all lit, 7 Conch Shells will be sounded and the festivities will begin!! The first day will be for meditation and contemplation on what it must have been like to be told we would all have to leave our homes and lands and ways of life; the second day will be to honor the Choctaw; the third day will be to honor the Chickasaw; the fourth day will be to honor the Seminole; the fifth day will be to honor the Creek; the sixth day will be to honor the Cherokee. Finally comes the seventh day, to look back at the suffering and changes our ancestors endured realizing that even though they suffered and died......... we are still here, and if we aren't the seventh generation!!!!! We are so looking forward to helping to keep our customs, our heritage, and our connection to the Creator and our Earth Mother very strong. We want to invite peoples from all tribe to feel welcome and connected here. There will be trade blankets daily, there will be NO Vending. PLEASE Call me if you are interested in attending or if you wish to help make this gathering a success. The FEED will consist of Communal Stone Soup! The Specialty of the House!! Squirrel 912-449-3335 or email squirrelysden@yahoo.com **Note: This event is by invitation only & NOT open to the public!!! Very little electricity, Primitive Camping Available - Hot and Cold Showers and Restrooms on grounds. DISCLAIMER AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: Your participation in this private event is at your sole and exclusive risk. The host of this event may refuse admittance, or ask you to leave an event at any time for any reason. You agree and understand that injuries and damages can occur by natural causes or by the acts of other persons or third parties, either as a result of negligence or because of other reasons and that you are personally responsible for all costs and/or risks associated with this activity. You agree and understand and intend that this assumption of risk and release is binding upon you and includes any minors accompanying you at this event.  

 July 11 -13, 2014 ~11th Annual Strong Sun Festival & Pow Wow   

     Ivey Redmond Sports Complex -  - Kearnersville, NC 

The Strong Sun Pow Wow is Open To The Public attendance with small donation.  This is a Gathering of Native American people to share our Traditions and Customs with you.  All Traditional Drums Welcome. Special Guest Arvel Bird will perform this weekend. Special Programs and Dances for all ages.  Friday 9:30AM - 3PM Children's Day and 3PM - 7PM general dancing for all ages;  Saturday 10AM - 7pm, Grand Entry 12:30pm  Sunday 11:30mam - 5:30 pm Grand Entry 12:30pm;  Admission fees: Adults age 18 - 61 years $9.00; Seniors 65 and over, and Veterans Free; Children 6 - 18 years $5.00; Children 5 and under Free.  This is a Family Program, Please have all Pets on Lease, No Alcohol, Drugs or Firearms Permitted. So grab a friend a Veteran and a Lawn Chair and come have some Fun. Shoes will be required at all times. Neetribe, Inc. - 3517 Union Hill Rd - East Bend, NC 27018 - 1-336-618-0561 or strongsunpowwow@nearriverdwellers.com   http://nearriverdwellers.com/  For more information please call us or email info@nearriverdwellers.com  

***Festival of Native People will NOT be held in 2014***

July  , 2014 ~ Festival of Native Peoples and  Cherokee Indian Art Market

Cherokee Indian Fairgrounds ~ 745 Tsali Blvd ~ Cherokee, NC

Gates open Friday at 1 p.m. and Saturday at 11 a.m. with performances throughout the day and into the evening. Art market opens at 9 a.m. Admission. For Discount Ticket Packages or more information, call 800.438.1601. www.cherokee-nc.com

July 11 -13, 2014 ~ Sussex Pow Wow

Sussex Fairgrounds - 37 Plains Road - August, NJ 07822

Tickets may be purchased at the gate or online at Sussex2014.eventbrite.com  July 12th & 13th: 11am-7pm, Grand Entry of Dancers at 1pm and 4pm $14 Adults & Teens, $8 Children 6-12 years old & Seniors 65+ (Plus online purchase fee) Free for Children 5 years old and under •This is a rain or shine outdoor event, therefore no refunds will be given •Limited seating available so you’re welcome to bring your own chairs and/or Umbrellas. •No alcohol or drugs, no outside food, drinks, ice or coolers will be allowed on the premises. Saturday July 12th, from 11am-8pm, Sunday July 13th, from 11am-7pm. Performances begin at 12noon and continue throughout the day, Grand Entry of Dancers are at 1pm and 4pm Saturday and Sunday. Other highlights of the event include authentic cuisine: buffalo burgers, venison stew and corn soup. Visitors can interact representatives for Lakota, Navajo, Mohawk, Seneca, Cherokee, Aztec, Mayan, Samoan, Hawaiian and many more. There is a live bird of prey exhibit, pony rides and tipi raising.

 July 12 -13, 2014 ~ Native American Indian Educational Gathering

22580 Tennessee 22 - 1 mile north of I-40 exit 108 - Yuma, TN 38390

Performance by John Two-Hawks, More info contact: Windie Wind~Walker Richardson; Email: Windie.Windwalker.Richardson@gmail.com  Phone: 731-358-9087

 

  July 18 - 20, 2014 ~ Drums of  Painted Mountain Powwow

       Presented by: Inter Tribal Council of Southwest Virginia

Virginia Community College ~ 724 Community College Rd  ~ Cedar Bluff, VA  24609

MC - Ken Cloudwalker; Lead Male Dancer: Jeff Kemp; Lead Female Dancer: Elaina Tapley; Host Drum: Red Fire Singers; Native American Arts and Crafts; Native American Dancing; Good Food, Storytelling, Demonstrations, Special Programs, Bring Your Lawn Chairs and the Entire Family; Everyone Welcome! Open to the public! All Traditional Drums, Singers, Dancers, Welcome! Drugs, Alcohol, and Weapons are Prohibited! Friday 16: 1PM - 8:30PM Grand entry: 5PM; Saturday 17: 10AM - 8:30PM Grand entry: 12 Noon; Sunday 18: 1PM - 5PM Grand entry: 2PM; Admission Donation: Adults: $5, Students: $4, Children 8yrs and up: $4, Children under 8yrs: Free, Veterans & Seniors 55yrs and over: $3, Veterans with Veterans Feather: Free; Inter Tribal Council of Southwest Virginia - 590 Eva’s Walk, Pounding Mill, Virginia 24637 - Phone: 276-596-9281; CONTACT Info - Gray Wolf Wilson Or Lorie Clifton 276-596-9281 Vendor contract and website: http://www.intertribalcouncil.com/ Email is intertribalcouncil@yahoo.com

July 25 - 27, 2014 ~Wolf Creek Indian Village Inter-Tribal Pow Wow

             FLYER

Bland County Fairgrounds - 251 Main Street - Bland, VA 24315

Special Guest Arvel Bird. Friday 9AM - 1:30 Children's Day; Special Programming is planned for the Children; Friday 2PM - Dark regular Pow wow All are invited to attend.  Saturday gates open 10AM Grand Entry 11:30AM; Sunday morning worship service from 10AM - 10:30AM; Sunday gates open 12 noon, Grand Entry 12:30PM Dancing until 5:30PM; Admission Adults over 18years old $10, Seniors & Veterans $4, Children 5-18yrs $5, Children under 5 FREE .All Proceeds to Benefit Wolf Creek Indian Village.  Info Contact 1-336-618-0561 or email Chief@nearriverdwellers.com

July 26, 2014 ~ Cheroenhaka Green Corn Festival and Powwow

Old Bridge Road - Cattashowrock Trail - 27345 Aquia Path ~ Courtland VA 23857

CHEROENHAKA (NOTTOWAY) INDIAN TRIBAL GROUNDS ACROSS FROM 24383 OLD BRIDGE ROAD, COURTLAND, VA. 23837 “Come See What William Byrd Saw When He Visited Our Tribal Land In What is Now Southampton County On April 7th & 8th, 1728; Contact Info: Chief Walt 'Red Hawk' Brown 757-562-7760 email: wdbrowniii@aol.com  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CheroenhakaNottowayIndianTribe Website:   http://www.cheroenhaka-nottoway.org/

 

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August

August 2 - 3, 2014 ~ Bear Mountain Pow wow

Anthony Wayne Recreation Area ~ Harriman State Park ~

Palisades Interstate Parkway, Stony Point, NY 10980

Saturday, 11am – 8pm, Sunday, 11am – 7pm Grand Entry of Dancers at 1pm and 4pm Price: $14 Adults & Teens (Plus fees if purchasing online), $8 Children 6-12 years old & Seniors 65+ (Plus fees if purchasing online), Free for Children 5 years old and under; $8 Parking •Limited seating available so you’re welcome to bring your own chairs and/or Umbrellas. •Redhawk Pow Wows are Rain or Shine outdoor events therefore no refunds will be given. •No alcohol or drugs, no outside food, drinks, ice or coolers will be allowed on the premises. Contact Cliff Matias Email: native@redhawkcouncil.org Phone: 718.686.9297

August 9 - 10, 2014 ~ 11th Annual Roanoke Island American Indian Cultural Festival and Pow wow  

Airport Pavilion on Airport Road ~ Manteo, NC

Host Drum - Bird Choppers; MC - Rick Bird; AD - Leroy Hardy; Head Dancers Greg & Diane Stephenson; Presented by Algonquians of North Carolina Inc. and Roanoke-Hatteras Indians of Dare County, NC ~ Manteo Airport pavilion lawn across from the NC Aquarium on Airport Road.  Gates open 11am;   Grand Entry on Sat. is 12noon and Sun at 1pm.  Admission Adults $5 (13 yrs+) Children $3 (3-13yrs) **NO PETS Allowed**  More Info Call 757-477-3589 or www.ncalgonquians.com Marilyn Berry Morrison pacoeagle1@ncalgonquians.com

 

August 9 - 10, 2014 ~ 58th Annual O-Sa-Wan Pow Wow and Indian Market

Francis Field - 810 Francis Road - New Lenox, IL 60451

Be there for the Grand Entry when the dancers enter the arena to honor our flags and all Veterans! - Intertribal dances – everyone can join in and learn to dance. - Free tent camping - Great activity for all ages and youth groups. - Public Welcome Entry Cost: Adults Daily: $5.00 ~ Adults Weekend: $7.00 ~ Seniors (65 & Over): $3.00 ~ Children (5 & Under): Free www.osawan.com info Linda Hayford 847-882-1644

August 16 - 17, 2014 ~ 2014 Nansemond Tribal Festival & Pow Wow

Lone Star Lake Lodge ~ Suffolk, VA 23434

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Saturday ~10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Sunday ~ *Follow Pembroke until it dead ends, turn left and follow the trail to the parking area ~ For Directions call Earl Bass at 252-771-2476  

 

  August  16 - 17, 2014 ~ Roasting Ears of Corn Festival

by the Museum of Indian Culture

FLYER

2825 Fish Hatchery Road ~ Allentown, PA 18013

Gates 10am - 6pm, Grand Entry 12 noon; Admission Adults $7, Seniors (62+) $5, Children (8-17) $5, Children 7 & under FREE; Performances by Arvel Bird; The Museum of Indian Culture is a non-profit, member supported organization dedicated to presenting, preserving, and perpetuating the history and cultural heritage of the Northeast Woodland Indians and other American Indian Tribes. For more information 610-797-2121 or email info@museumofindianculture.org

August 16 - 17, 2013 ~ Ga-Lo-Hi Powwow

USA Baseball Stadium - Millington, TN  38053

Time: 9:00AM – 5:00PM; MC: Ken Dixon, Choctaw; AD: Jason Thigpen, Cherokee; Drum: TBD  Head Man and Head Woman- daily pick; Contact: ‘Turtle Island Native American Association’ 1-901-876-4015; Good Fry Bread and other refreshments will be available. Bring your blankets or chairs and enjoy the drum beat to songs of our ancestors. Special Guest: Aztec Dancers

August 23 - 24, 2014 ~ 11th Annual Native American Style Pow Wow

Smoky Mountain Visitor Center -   4381 Cosby HWY - Cosby, TN 37722

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! EVERYONE IS WELCOME! FREE PARKING! GREAT FOR KIDS AND YOUTH GROUPS! Come and join us in Native educational celebration! We will have Drumming, Singing, Dancing, Storytelling and Demonstrations. We will have over 40 crafters from near and far with wonderful Native American Style crafts for you to enjoy. There will be Teepees from the plains and encampments from different eras in time. Wonderful dancers in beautiful regalia dancing for the creator for you to behold. We will also have our Games and Gardens of our Ancestors Arena where you can try your hand at throwing a Tomahawk, or Knife. Perhaps Shoot A traditional Cherokee Blowgun. The kids can try the corncob darts. There's fun to be had by all. We will have several programs to pay tribute to the Military and Homeland Security of our past, present, and future. Everyone bring a lawn chair and come join the fun. More Info Contact - Woman Brave Spirit / Thundering Buffalo 865-774-5626 email e_t_o_c_d@yahoo.com   Facebook page: East Tennessee Overhill Cherokee Descendants

August  23 - 24, 2014 ~ Turtle Island Pow Wow

Oneonta Agri-Business Center - 500 New street - Oneonta, AL 35121

Inside Powwow, weather does not matter HeadMan: Headman Myron ‘Crazy Bear’ Abercombie HeadLady: Reesa ‘Little Deer’ Gentles MC: Ken Dixon, Chocktaw AD: Foy Southard, Cherokee Drum: ThunderHeart Singers, Cherokee Other Drums: All drums welcome. Other: Come and enjoy the beat of the Drum and the songs of our ancestors. Demonstrator’s of ‘Knappng’ and Archery. Food and refreshments available. Contact: Lowrey –Talking Stone- Hesse (256) 293-6464 tlkstone@charter.net 

August  23 - 24, 2014 ~ 5th Annual Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival

Pine Park Rt 29 - 23 Pine Street Ext - Broadalbin, NY

Featuring Aztec Fire Dancers, and Beyond Human, Inc. Wildlife/Exotic Animal Education EVERYONE WELCOME!!! FUN FOR ALL AGES!! Vendors, Drumming, Storytellers, Demonstrators, Flute Players, and children’s candy dance. All Drums and Dancers Welcome . Host Drum Mother Earth Guest drum: Red Thunder Bear Drum Pine Park Rt. 29 23 Pine St EXT. Broadalbin, NY Dance Lottery (Full Regalia Required) Saturday evening Potluck and Trade Blanket For more info: Call Betty Overrocker 518-842-6672 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Adults $6.00 Seniors $5.00 2 Day Passes Adults $10.00 Seniors $8.00 Children under 12 free Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm Grand Entry noon both days. Host hotel– Best Value Inn Call 518-843-5760 Mention our Powwow and receive 15% Discount on rooms www.wolfclanny.com  Proceeds Benefit Local Charities We Honor All Veterans and Emergency Responders Find us on Facebook SpiritofthewolfNY Dance Lottery Prize Money, Must be in full regalia both days. for camping information call Lance at Pine Park 518-883-5967

 August 30 - 31, 2014 ~ 6th Annual Kentucky Native American

Heritage Museum Festival

4116 Cumberland Falls Hwy - Corbin, KY 40701

Gates open 10am Saturday 12 noon Sunday;  Grand Entry 12 noon Saturday & 1pm Sunday; MC - Larry Sellers; Head man dancer - Dean Swimmer;  Admission $5 Children under 12 FREE; Luck of the Draw for Dancers; Contact Info: Ken Phillips sioux80@msn.com (606) 528-6342 website: http://www.knahm.org/

 

August 30 - 31, 2014 ~ 25th Annual Running Water Pow Wow

~ Cherokee Homecoming ~ Ripe Corn Festival

Ridge Ferry Park ~ Rome, Georgia 30162

Admission: $ 7. Children 12 & under and Seniors 65 & over FREE. Hours: Saturday August 31st 10:00 am to 10:00 pm. Sunday September 1st 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Native American Indians gather from North, South and Central America to dance and sing to several drum groups and to compete with each other in the dance arena. Over 50 arts and crafts and food booth will be set up selling or demonstrating the crafts they make. Primitive skills demonstrated in Bow and Arrow making, Hide Tanning, Flute making, Corn Husk Doll making, Birds of Prey program by Dale Arrowood. Musical entertainment during the breaks by Dave “White Wolf” Trezak, Vicky Hutto. Flute players: Frank Taylor, Jimmy Yellowhorse, and Nammy winners J J Kent and Ryan Little Eagle. Competition and Exhibition Dancing with over 125 dancers dressed in full regalia. The Grand Entry will be at 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm on Saturday and at 1:00 pm on Sunday. The Grand Entry is the parade of all dancers into the arena to begin the dancing. Honor and Remember: Trail of Tears – 175 years. Sponsored by Native American Preservation Association of Georgia, Inc. PO Box 565 Rome, GA 30162-0565 Contact info: Frank Blair 706-509-8119, FMBlair@aol.com Gertrude Dobson 706-629-0057 On the web: www.runningwaterpowwow.com   www.napaofga.org  A 501(C)(3) Tax Exempt Organization

August  30 - 31, 2014 ~ Turtle Island Noccalula Falls Pow Wow

Noccalula Falls - 1500 Noccalula Road - Gadsden, AL 35904

9:00AM – 5:00PM  MC: Ken Dixon, Choctaw AD: Foy Southard, Cherokee Headman: Headman Myron ‘Crazy Bear’ Abercombie, Shawnee Headlady: Reesa ‘Little Deer’ Gentles, Cherokee Drum: ThunderHeart Singers, Cherokee Other: Come and enjoy the beat of the Drum and the songs of our ancestors. Demonstrator’s for 'knapping' and archery. Food and refreshments available. Contact: Lowrey –Talking Stone- Hesse (256) 293-6464 tlkstone@charter.net 

 

August 29 - 31, 2014 ~ Foothills Pow Wow

Thurmond, NC  

 

 

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September

  September 6 - 7 , 2014 ~ 5th Annual Gathering of the Tribes

890 Luther Road - East Greenbush, NY 12061

Saturday 10am - 6pm, Sunday 10am - 5pm; Fire dancer, flute playing - Dancing, Drumming, Venders, Crafts, Jewelry, Animals, Teaching, Story telling, Raffles, Native village ,Fun for all ages; $5 admission Kids 12 and under Free. Handicap accessible; More info contact Brownie 518-477-4872 email bearclaneg@live.com  Facebook: Gathering of the Tribes at Brown's Farm

   September 12 - 14 , 2014 ~  1st Intertribal Pow Wow

     Lemuel Community Center ~ 206 Hwy 145 south ~ Morvan, NC

Host Drum; Buffalo Creek Veterans Drum, MC; Ken Cloudwalker, Head Vet; Carlos Martin USMC ret., AD; Clyde Maize; Friday Children's Day 9:30am - 3:00pm; All schools invited grades K-8; Saturday gates open 10am Grand Entry 12pm; Sunday worship service 10am, Gat4es open 11;30am Grand Entry 12;30pm to 5;30pm;  More Info call 338-618-0561

 

  September 13 - 14, 2014 ~ First Annual All Nations Benefit Pow wow

163 Melrose Road  ~ Susquehanna, PA 18847

An American Indian gathering: two-day event with good music, good food and good company. The 1st Annual All Nations Benefit Pow Wow will bring together American Indian artists, vendors, drummers and dancers from all over to celebrate their culture with the entire community. Host Drum: Red Storm Drum & Dance Troupe, Guest Drums: Nimham Mountain Singers & Thunder Horse-Lakota Drum Group, Emcee: Warren "Gus" Yellow Hair From The Lakota Nation, Lead Male: Matt White Eagle, Lead Female: Chris Mourning Dove Hours: Saturday & Sunday 10am to 6pm Grand Entry: 12 Noon both days Admission: $ 6.00 Age 12 to Adult $ 3.50 Under 12 & Seniors (65+) Free admission Ages 3 & Under Free admission for Active Military & Veterans Please bring canned food for local food banks! Free Parking **Admission includes entry to the American Indian Museum and Art Gallery. Rain or Shine Event! Everyone is Welcome! Native-made Arts, Crafts, & Food, Music, Storytelling, Intertribal & Exhibition Dancing, ….and much more! Day Money for the first 25 dancers who register! HOST HOTEL INFORMATION: Holiday Inn Express - Gibson 1561 Oliver Road Exit 219 @ I-81 New Milford, PA Telephone 570-465-5544 Website: www.hiexgibsonpa.com  Mention the 'All Nations Pow Wow' for a special rate. Also, reduced rates at Colonial Brick Motel Exit 230 off 81 Great Bend/Hallstead, PA Telephone 570-879-2162 For more Information or Vendor Inquiries Contact Marlene Iris 570-727-3614 or portal@portal-found.com  Visit our website: www.portal-found.com  

  September 19 - 20, 2014 ~ Cabarrus Pow Wow

Camp Cabarrus ~ 4827 Camp Cabarrus Drive ~  Kannapolis, NC 28081

FREE Admission, FREE Parking, FREE Registration; We welcome other Drums, Please see Arena Director; Please schedule all specials in advance with the MC. Committee special only on Saturday night; The Cabarrus Powwow Association - 75 Scalybark Trail - Concord, NC 28027 Vendor Chairperson, Karen Hoyt 704-785-1910 http://cabarruspowwow.webs.com/  

  September  , 2014 ~  Native American Gathering

499 Reservoir Road - Wilkesboro, NC 28697

Host Drum - Kau-ta-noh Jrs; MC - Danny Two Eagles; Head Man - Kip BearCrow; Head Woman - Chenae Bullock; Gates Open 10AM - 10PM Fri & Sat, with Grand Entry at 12PM & 7PM daily; Sunday 10AM - 5PM; More information NativeAmericanGatherers@gmail.com

 

September  , 2014 ~  9th Annual Fall Odessa Pow Wow

13139 Gladstone DR - State Road 54 - Odessa, FL 33556

Admission $4 per person.  Children under 12 FREE; Gates open 10am,  Grand Entry Friday 7pm, Saturday 1PM & 7PM, Sunday 1PM; Drum - Red Bird singers; MC - Jim Whitmer; AD - Billy Kipp; Head Man - Jesse Strambaugh; Head Woman - Shannon Truax; Head Vet - Terrell Anquoe; Vendor Info call Sue 727-495-3791 all other questions call Robert 727-495-3901

September   , 2014 ~University of North Florida Cultural Day

University of North Florida ~ 1 UNF Drive ~ Jacksonville, FL 32224

10 AM - 4 PM; Admission FREE; There will be vendors, demonstrators, story-tellers, and flute players. Dancers in regalia welcome and encouraged to come and share your traditions with students and the public. Directions: Enter the campus from 9A/295 via Town Center Parkway/ UNF and park in the Fine Arts Garage 44 or Lot 2. The event will be held on The Green, next to Building 45 Fine Arts Center. There will be no charge for parking on Saturday. See map at http://www.unf.edu/map/ For further information, call Nelson Redhawk at 813-610-0754 or Ken Cloudwalker at 407-697-5682. Sponsored by Intercultural Center for PEACE

September 20 - 21, 2014 ~ Nottoway Indian Tribe of Virginia, Inc. Powwow

  Surry Parks and Recreation Center

205 Enos Farm Drive Hwy 10 at Hwy 31 ~ Surry, Va. 23883

Gates Open at 10am on Sat.; Sun. Grand Entries at 12noon on Sat. and 1pm on Sun. Intertribal Dancing, Arts and Crafts, Native American Cooking, Demonstrations, Storytelling You may contact: Ed Branch at: (757) 708-4364 Email: branchedward@aol.com website: www.nottowayindians.org  

September 20 - 21, 2014 ~ FDR Pow Wow

FDR  State Park ~ 2957 Crompond Rd  ~ Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

Saturday & Sunday 11am – 7pm Grand entry of dancers at 1pm and 4pm Price: $14 Adults & Teens(plus fees if purchasing online), $8 Children 6-12 years old & Seniors 65+(Plus fees if purchasing online), Free for Children 5 years old and under; $8 Parking •Limited seating available so you’re welcome to bring your own chairs and/or Umbrellas. •Redhawk Pow Wows are Rain or Shine outdoor events therefore no refunds will be given. •No alcohol or drugs, no outside food, drinks, ice or coolers will be allowed on the premises. Tickets may be purchased at the gate or online. Contact Cliff Matias Email: native@redhawkcouncil.org Phone: 718.686.9297

  September  , 2014 ~  Thundering Drums Native Gathering

Thunder Music Park - 9057 Hwy 301 - Hampton Florida

Featuring a Native Drum competition, Dancing, artists and vendors, food. Traditional Trade Blanket, Auction, Elders Blanket Drive, Free Primitive Camping, Hotels nearby. This is an inter-tribal gathering, Not A Hobbyist Event! Drums and Dancers in Regalia Free. Gate:$6 Adults Children under 12 FREE Vendors and Drum competition entrants should contact Joelle Clark - (352) 505.1242 Drum Competition Entry deadline is AUGUST 15, 2013. Winning Drum receives ten percent of gate. Head Staff will be chosen daily in the old way from those present in recognition of what they do for the people. Princess Competition will be decided by the committee, entrants will be judged on Dance ability, Regalia and most important Attitude & Behavior. Public Welcome! No Alcohol or Drugs!! Family Event!!

September 26 - 28 , 2014 ~  3rd Annual Inter-Tribal Native American Holiday Pow Wow

Dade Battlefield Historic State Park - HWY 476 - Bushnell, FL 33513

Event Times: Friday 09/26 10am - 9pm Saturday 09/27 10am - 9pm Sunday 09/28 10am - 5pm Event Location: Dade Battlefield Historic State Park. 7200 CR 603 Bushnell, Fl. 33513 Event Details: Bring the whole family & spend the day at our 3rd annual event featuring a Native American Dancing contest with dancers competing for prizes. There will be lots of native American food, crafts & wares vendors, live demonstrations, singing, dancing, storytelling, and much more. There is a Native American Dancing contest with Native Americans dressed in authentic regalia. This is a family friendly event...NO ALCOHOL, DRUGS, WEAPONS OR PROFANITY. Grand Entry times are as follows: Friday 6pm -- Saturday 1 & 6pm -- Sunday 1pm. All Grand Entry's will include a veterans honor service. Admission is $3.00 per person-- Children under 12 are admitted FREE. If further information is needed, Pleas email sumternativeamericans@aol.com  or call one of the contact numbers listed below. Flyer is available, please request by email. Contact Person: Chief Red Eagle . (352)408-4239 or 793-5154 or the park office at (352)793-4781

  September  , 2014 ~ McIntosh Fall Festival

McIntosh Reserve  ~ Whitesburg, Georgia 30185

Head Man: Smitti Smith, Head Lady: Shawna Johnson, MC: Dave Trezak, Host Drum: Dog River ~ All Guest Drums Welcome - Gates open sat & sun 10am - 6pm, Grand Entry 12 noon sat; 1pm sun - Park Fee upon entry, FREE Admission to Pow Wow - Drumming, Dancing, Arts & Crafts Vendors, Demonstrators, Flute Players, auctions ***Vendors by Invitation Only***  Absolutely NO Politics, Drugs, BAD Attitudes or Firearms - From Atlanta: I-20 to exit 34 Hwy 5 south follow Whitesburg roundabout continue on Hwy 5 for 1 1/2 - 2 miles to Left turn on McIntosh Reserve Park.  Newnan: Hwy 27 toward Whitesburg, Left on roundabout Hwy 5 south 1 1/2 miles to park.  Alabama: Hwy 27 through Whitesburg turn south on Hwy 5 at roundabout  Contact Frank Hall 770-304-3344

September  27 - 28, 2014 ~ 33rd Annual Mt Juliet Pow Wow

Don Yahola'a Memorial Pow Wow

Mundy Memorial Park Park - 300 Mundy Memorial Blvd. ~ Mt Juliet, TN

Gates open at 10:30AM, Admission Adults $7, Children $4, Children 4 and under FREE.  I-40 exit 226, just 15 minutes from Nashville - Intertribal Dancing - All Dancers Welcome - Silversmith On Site - Hoop Dancer performs daily - More Info Cindy Yahola 615-443-1537 www.mtjulietpowwow.com Host Hotel - Ramada Inn: 704 S Cumberland St - Lebanon, TN 615-444-7400

September  , 2014 ~ 17th Annual Echota Cherokee Festival

Oakville Indian Mounds Park near Moulton, Alabama

Gates Open Saturday 12-5 Grand Entry - 11 AM - Sunday 10 - 4 - Grand Entry 12 noon.  Artisans, Craftsmen, Story telling, Legends, Dancing, Flute Playing, Living History, Demonstrations, Ehcota Cherokee Tribe Bird Clan Traditional Dance Team. Traditional Indian Food: "Indian Tacos - Fry Bread - Refreshments. Admission: Adults: $5.00 - Children $ 3.00 under age 4 free Plenty of free parking-Primitive Camp Grounds available for Vendors and Volunteers, limited amount of full service RV hookups. Bring your own lawn chairs and blankets. Host Motel: Americas Best Value Inn (previously known as Country Harth Inn at intersection of I65 and Highway 36 - Hartselle, AL (256) 773-0180. Alternate Motel: Days Inn - Moulton, AL. Contact: Hal Colston (901) 876-5344, Alternate - Rob Russell at LTC.ROB.RUSSELL@gmail.com   . Alcohol, Drugs, and Weapons PROHIBITED. Oakville Indian Mounds Museum and Park address: 1219 County Rd. 187, Danville, Al. 35619

    September  , 2014 ~ 8th annual PAIA Gathering /Pow Wow

Warrior Creek Tribal Grounds - 3688 Warrior Creek Church Road ~ Gray Court, SC 29645

9am - 7pm; Grand Entry 11am & 5pm;  MC: Ric Bird; Drum: Bird Chopper; Luck of the Draw; Dancing, Blowgun Contest, Log rolling contest, watermelon rolling contest, Flute and Drum music; Story Telling, Arts/Crafts, Indian Fry Bread, Games for Children; Gates open 9am, Grand Entry 11am & 5 pm  NO Alcohol or Pets Allowed  Contact Gene Norris 864-967-2713 or 864-683-1421 gvnorris@charter.net  http://www.paialowereasterncherokeenationsc.com/  Host Motel Quality Inn 864-833-5558

 

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October , 2014 ~ Cherokee of Georgia  Fall Pow Wow

St George, GA 31562

Drum - Red Bird Singers; MC - Tye Bell; Head Man - Charles Jones; Head Lady - Deborah Jones; Jr Head Man - Devin Bell; Jr Head Lady - Katherine Byrd; Princess - Sarah McGahee; Arena Director - Billy Kipp; This schedule is an estimate of times and activities, as we usually run on "Indian time".Thursday & Friday 9 a.m. ~. Flag Raising, school field trips 1 p.m. ~ Intertribal Dancing SUNDOWN ~.Lowering of our flags. 7 p.m. (Friday) ~ Grand Entry, Intertribal Dancing Saturday 9 a.m. ~ Flag Raising NOON ~ Lunch at Camp 1 p.m. ~. Gourd Dance (if we have enough participants) 1 - 5 p.m. ~ Intertribal Dancing, Princess competition, story telling and anything else we come up with that may be culturally informative or even fun. 5:30 p.m. ~ Supper For The Camp SUNSET~ Flag lowering 7 p.m. ~ Grand Entry Invocation, Veteran's Songs, Memorial Song Commence Evening Program and Dancing. The Dancing will conclude when Dancers and Drummers stop. Fry Bread, Indian Chili, Ice Tea, Lemonade, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Sodas and Hot Dogs are available at the cook shack. Breakfast is sold on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings. The Cherokee of Georgia Tribal Library and Cultural Center will be open for your enjoyment between the afternoon dances and the evening grand entry and dancing on Friday and Saturday. Please note: If anyone has an upcoming Powwow that they would like to have announced in the arena, please give a flyer or the information to the M.C. For the consideration of everyone, there are bathrooms available. Your assistance in keeping them clean is appreciated - County Road 121 and State Hwy 94 - Cherokee Of Georgia Tribal Council, Inc. - Rt. 1 Box 1019  - Saint George, GA 31562-9796 - United States Phone: 912-843-2230 www.cherokeeofgeorgia.us

October 3 - 5, 2014 ~ 26th Annual Meherrin Pow wow

852 NC Highway 11 North - Ahoskie, NC 27986

Powwow Dancing- All Styles; Smoke Dance Contest; Hand Drum Contest; Iroquois Dance Demos; Native American Crafts; Native Food; Contact: O'Tika Jones 919-606-4467 and Joseph Jordan 770-8738785.

 October 4 - 5, 2014 ~ Cumberland Plateau 13th Annual Pow Wow

Putnam County Fairgrounds - Cookeville, TN

Hosted By: Indigenous Intertribal Corp. a local non-profit organization. To be held at the: Putnam County Fairgrounds, Cookeville, Tennessee. Directions: I-40 to exit 287, go north. Take a left on Veterans Drive. Go 1/4 mile, fairgrounds will be on your right. Signs will be posted. A few vendor spaces are still available. Call for more Info. Linda 931-544-4908 or Carol 931-372-0495

October  , 2014 ~ West Valley College 26th Annual Powwow

14000 Fruitvale Ave ~ Saratoga, CA 95070

Host Staff: Master of Ceremonies, Brian Fiddler; Arena Director, Eugene Newman; Head Man Dancer, Marcos Madril; Head Woman Dancer, Marisol Agustinez; Head Boy Dancer, Tokala American Bear; Head Girl Dancer, Madison Diaz; Host Northern Drum, All Nations Singers; Host Southern Drum, Southern Brothers; Invited Drums: Smokey Bay and Drum & Feathers;  Noon-midnight. Free Admission. All Cultures & Ages Welcome. For more than twenty years, people of all ages and cultures have met each fall at the West Valley College campus to enjoy singing, drumming, and dancing, while broadening their understanding of Native American individuals, tribes, and nations. Our mission is to provide a cultural event that embodies the traditional and modern life ways of Native Americans and recognizes the scholastic accomplishments of our district’s Native American students through the Donald M. Johnson Scholarship Fund. When Johnson retired from West Valley College in 2000, the faculty, staff and administration elected to rename the Native American Scholarship in his honor. Don was the faculty member who worked with students to bring the powwow to West Valley College. He is an enrolled member of the Standing Rock Lakota tribe. We hope that you will join us for our 25th Powwow. You can help support this annual event and the scholarship fund by donating money, goods, or services. You can also help by contributing to our endowments. All drums and dancers welcome. Contest dancing, all ages. Indian Arts & Crafts, Indian Tacos, Fry Bread, Drawings, Gourd Dance & More! Contact: Michelle Reed, michelle_reed@westvalley.edu , 408-741-4029.

  October   , 2014 ~ 10th Euharlee Veterans Pow Wow

Frankie Harris Park - Covered Bridge Road ~ Euharlee, GA

"A HOMECOMMING FOR ALL TO ENJOY"ALL VETERANS WILL BE HONORED AT THIS EVENT. ALL FALLEN WARRIORS WILL BE HONORED AT THIS EVENT. ALL FAMILIES WITH VETERANS HERE AND ABROAD WILL BE HONORED AT THIS EVENT. ALL WAR MOTHERS WILL ALSO BE HONORED AT THIS EVENT. VETERANS WILL BE ASKED TO HELP BRING IN AND REMOVE OUR COLORS AND JOIN IN WITH THE GRAND ENTRY. SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE ARMED FORCES AROUND THE WORLD. COME AND ENJOY NATIVE DRUMS, CRAFTS, DANCE, AND FOOD Gates open 10am and Grand Entry will be at 12 noon Sat. and at 1pm Sun. Admission is FREE but there will a small parking fee Bring Lawn chairs And Enjoy The PowWow With Us NO WEAPONS, ATTITUDES OR POLITICS WILL BE ALLOWED PETS WILL BE ALLOWED BUT NEED TO BE ON A LEASH "DIRECTIONS" FROM INTERSTATE 75 - TAKE MAIN ST. EXIT 288, TRAVEL THROUGH TOWN AND TURN ONTO WEST AVE.(HWY 113), THEN TURN RIGHT ONTO EUHARLEE ROAD. THEN TURN LEFT ONTO COVERED BRIDGE ROAD. POWWOW WILL BE ON YOUR RIGHT IN EUHARLEE. FROM HWY 113 FROM ROCKMART OR TAYLORSVILLE, TURN LEFT ONTO COVERED BRIDGE ROAD, TRAVEL PASS PLANT BOWEN AND THE POWWOW WILL BE ON THE LEFT IN EUHARLEE ==WE HOPE TO SEE ALL OF OUR FRIENDS AND GUEST AT THIS EVENT==  Contact Joey & Janell 770-296-3097 amndn@mindspring.com

October 11 -12, 2014 ~ Native American Gathering

Bert Wood Complex - Northwest Park - Cedartown, GA

Head Man: "Smitty" Smith, Head Lady; Linda Stroup, Head Drum: Dog River (all drums welcomed) MC: Gary Smith; Gates open 10 AM, Grand Entry Noon; Admission $5 per car $1 walk-in.  Contact Jerry Stroup for more info: 770-748-8816

 

 October  , 2014 ~ The Chattahoochee River Park Intertribal

Native American Pow Wow

269 River Landing Rd - Chattahoochee, Florida 32324

Head Man: Jesse Stambaugh; Head Lady: Shannon “Dream Dancer” Truax; Arena Director: Lester “Wolf” Scroggins; M.C.: Bill "Walking Buffalo" Truax; Drum: Several; Co-Head Vets:  Terrell Anquoe & Brian Beasley; Flutest: 2009 NAMI Award Winner - J.J. Kent; North Florida Wild West Show; Drum Competition; Dancers luck of the draw "Day Pay"; StoryTelling; Autumn Spirits Fry Bread and more; Friday and Saturday 10:00am till 10:00pm; Sunday 10:00am till 4:00pm; Discouted RV Camping available; Free Primitive Tent Camping; For Information Contact: Bill Truax - 850-209-7083, E-Mail: mossypondvfd18@yahoo.com Debra Smith - Vendor Contact: 850-277-1026, E-Mail: chattahoocheeriverparkpowwow@yahoo.com

October  , 2014 ~ Cox Osceola Intertribal Pow Wow Festival

Warriors Tribute Pow Wow

Oklevueha Band of Yamasee ~ Orange Springs, Florida

Please join us, the Oklevueha Band of Yamassee Seminole Indians, as we celebrate our annual Intertribal Pow Wow Festivals. We are a non-profit Native American tribe, who for more than fifty years, has hosted festivals and taken part in many educational programs for our young people and adults. Children's Games and Native American Story Telling, Handmade Native American Craftwork, Traditional Native Dancing, Native Drumming, Native American Food, Vendors and more ! Indian Auction and Raffles Daily ! Gate Hours - Thursday through Saturday: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm; Sunday: 9:00 am 6pm.  FREE Primitive Camping HOT Showers ~ donations welcome and accepted.Suggested Donation: Adults - $2.00 and Children 11 and under FREE; Gate Prize: Random drawing from each days tickets; must be present to win. From I-75 or 301 : Travel south from Gainesville, or north from Ocala. Junction CR 318 (I-75 exit #368 at the Petro Truck Stop), travel east to end of the road. Turn left on CR 315 at blinking light and proceed to junction SR 21. Turn right on N.E. 243th Street (alongside church at fork in road) and follow the dirt road to the end. Please follow signs posted on day of event for further directions. For more information contact:Cox-Osceola Indian Reservation PO BOX 521 Orange Springs, FL 32182 More info Call (352) 658-1739  -or- (352) 546-1386  http://www.scentsofpeace.com/powwow.html   email powwow@coxosceola.com

   October  , 2014 ~ Alligator Warrior Festival

Flyers, registration forms, re-enactor guides, etc. are available at: www.alligatorfest.org  

O'Leno State Park ~ 410 Oleno Park Road a few miles north of High Springs FL 32643

This event is organized by Alligator Festival of Lake City Florida, Inc., an all-volunteer, non-profit, public charity, dedicated to teaching and celebrating our local history by experiencing it together. The Host Drum group is Thunder Turtle lead by Tim "Grey Wolf" Kimmering, Chief of the River Oak Inter-tribal Community, please call him at 229-305-5286 if your drum would also like to volunteer at the event. The event is funded by the generosity of local business and individuals that care about bringing the old families, new families and tourists of north central Florida together to celebrate our local heritage. The income from the sponsorship, the annual donation raffle and donation auction during the festival goes entirely to support the annual event. Please register in advance using the form found on www.alligatorfest.org or by calling 352-804-8846. At least one main meal is provided daily to registered volunteers by the event staff. Registration includes a limited number of cabin beds and plenty of tent camping (reenactor, tee-pee and modern). On site bathrooms, showers, shade, hiking trails and the Santa Fe river. Registration does not include RV sites because they are contracted to Reserve America so if you need an RV site, then please book it online at reserveamerica.com or call 800-326-3521. State Park entry fees apply to the public but the park is waiving the fee for student groups and registered volunteers. Open rain or shine. Plenty of paved parking. From I-75 take exit# 414 onto US-441 south, go about 5 miles and turn left onto SE Sprite Loop which is a frontage road. Then turn left at the O'Leno State Park entrance sign. From High Springs take US-441 north, go about 5 miles and turn right onto SE Sprite Loop which is a frontage road. Then turn right at the O'Leno State Park entrance sign. Address: 410 S.E. Oleno Park Road, High Springs, FL 32643, GPS 29.54.55N x 82.34.52W

October  , 2014 ~ 6th Annual American Indian Festival

Patuxent River Park - 16700 Croon Airport Road - Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

call Karen Marshall 301-297-4575 or email Karen. Marshall @ pug parks.com or www.pgparks.com

    October   , 2014 ~ Talking Rock Pow Wow & Indian Festival

Talking Rock, GA

Saturday 11am - 7pm, Sunday 11am - 6pm  Adults $12, Seniors 65 & over $5, Children 12 yrs & under $5, Kids 5yrs & under FREE;  Aztec Dancers, Competition & Exhibition dancing; Live Buffalo, horse warriors, Northern Cree encampment; More info Chipa.Wolfe@yahoo.com  770-735-6275

October   , 2014 ~ 13th Semi-Annual Intertribal Pow Wow

National Guard Armory - Hwy 69 West - Arab, AL 35016

Friday & Saturday 10AM - 5PM; Sunday 12PM - 5PM; Bloodmobile Saturday 11AM - 6PM; Trade blanket Saturday 7PM; No Dogs or Wolves allowed around circle; Info: Red Hawk 256-640-5115; Autumn Moon 256-612-7225;

  October  18 - 19, 2014 ~  Silverhawk Native American Flute Gathering

Withlacoochee River Park - 12459 Withlacoochee Blvd - Dade City, FL 33525

Withlacoochee River Park: Opens 9:00 am Saturday. Opening ceremony at 10:00 am. Closes 6:00 pm Sunday. $2.00 per vehicle for admission and parking. There is a county park fee for camping and electric. Vendors, crafts, Native American style flutes, blankets, Painted Ponies, Native American food, ice cream, kettle corn, Native American leather clothing, etc. Nonstop entertainment all weekend (flute players, story tellers, singers, didge players, etc. 1800s settlement, trails thru the woods along the river with an observation tower, Saturday evening “Friendship Fire” (flute playing, drumming, singing, story telling, fellowship), “American Indian Christian Circle” Sunday at closing. A grassroots gathering in the country. Camping on the grounds. Motels 15 min away in Dade City. A family event, No Drugs or Alcohol allowed! Come join us for a wonderful weekend. This is a gathering, a music event. I have been told this is one of the friendliest events around. “Public welcome”.  Contact info: Dock Green slvhawk@aol.com   website: www.silverhawkflutegathering.com phone: 813-763-2118

   October 18 - 19 , 2014 ~ Native American Cherokee Trail River Festival

Granby Gardens Park at the Cayce City Hall Complex ~ Cayce, SC 29033

Circle of Native Americans Hosts Native American Cherokee Trail River Festival; Fun Festival for the entire family. 10AM - 5PM; Native American Dancers in Regalia; History of the Cherokee Trail and Demonstrators; Story Telling, Children Activities; Craft Vendors, Food Vendors; The Native Nations Museum and Native Foods Display; Host Drum: Edisto River Singers; Native Style Flute: Adrian Bailey; Head Dancers: Barbara Morning Star Paul and John Wakinyan; Special Guest: Chief Silverheels Son of Jay Silverheels, “TONTO”; Public is invited, FREE ADMISSION; Bring your own chairs and blankets; Cayce Historical Museum & Grounds at the Cayce City Hall Complex; 1800 12th Street Ext.; Cayce, SC 29033; Info/Donations:  Contact 843-259-65111, 803-507-7187• 803- 366-1705

   October  , 2014 ~ TAMA Intertribal Pow Wow 2013

107 Tall Pine Dr ~ Whigham, GA

Hosted by:Muskogee Vocational Rehabilitation in conjunction with The Lower Muskogee Creek Tribe - School Days Friday 8am, pow wow starts 5pm; Gates open For Public Saturday 9am - Gates open on Sunday at noon; Admission: $3 car; Everyone Welcome!!! Native American Crafts, Native American Foods, Inter-Tribal Dancing, Native American Music - More Info email bamacreek@knology.net or call 229-762-3165 or  229-762-3169

October  , 2014 ~ Homecoming Powwow Association Annual Fall Dance

Lake Park County Park ~17302 N Dale Mabry, Lutz, FL 33548

Public Welcome; Gates open @ 10PM daily; Intertribal Dancing all weekend; Gourd Dance on Sunday; Tipi Encampment; Native American Food; Craft Competition; Dry Camping on-site; More info contact homecomingpwa@yahoo.com or on Facebook  

October  , 2014 ~ Bacone College Fall Pow Wow

425 Boston - Muskogee, OK

1st Prize $325, 2nd Prize $225, 3rd Prize $125 Men's Southern Straight, Traditional, Fancy, Grass Women's Cloth, Buckskin, Jingle Dress, Fancy Shawl Special Contest - Tiny Tots Honored Guest; Ruby Paukei McKenzie Williams Master of Ceremonies: George Coser Arena Director: Randy Frazier Color Guard: Muscogee Nation Color Guard Head Singer: Larry Cozad Southern Drum: Cozad Singers Northern Drum: Redland Singers Head Gourd Dancer: Joe Fish Head Man: Louis Cozad Head Lady: Yvette Zotigh 12:00 pm: Blessing 1:00 pm: Gourd Dance 5:00 pm: Supper Break 6:00 pm: Gourd Dance 7:00 pm: Grand Entry ALL DRUMS, DANCERS, AND PRINCESSES WELCOME Contest Registration Begins at 3:00 pm Pow Wow Information: Connie Falleaf 918-687-3299 falleafc@bacone.edu  Vendor Information: Asa Lewis 918-360-0057 lewisa@bacone.edu

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October 30 - November 2, 2014 ~ 15th Annual Stone Mountain Park Pow Wow

Antebellum Plantation - 1000 Robert E. Lee Drive ~ Stone Mountain, GA 30083

The four-day festival is held at the Antebellum Plantation & Farmyard inside Stone Mountain Park at the beginning of November. Learn about primitive skills such as flint-napping, bow making, fire starting, open fire cooking and pottery. Find that one-of-a-kind holiday gift in our artists' marketplace, where world-renowned Native artists and crafters demonstrate their skills and offer items for purchase. Listen to many varieties of Native music by featured performers. Experience Native American culture through dance & drum competitions ($16,000 in prize money), music, authentic craft demonstrations, cooking samples and storytelling activities. Contact Joseph Schoen 770-413-5083 powwow@stonemountainpark.com

November  , 2014 ~ 28th Annual AIA Orlando Pow Wow

Central Florida Fairgrounds - Orlando, Florida 32808

Join us in a celebration of Native American culture under the beautiful Florida sky! Located at the Central Florida Fairgrounds, 4603 W. Colonial Drive (SR 50), Orlando, FL, 32808. For more information: contact number is 407-406-4883. Email: info@aiaofflorida.org Website: www.aiaofflorida.org  Join us in a celebration of Native American culture under the beautiful Florida sky! Featuring Native American music, dance, arts and crafts and food. Admission: Adults - $6, Children & Seniors - $3, Military - $3, Three day passes - $15, Military in Uniform - FREE. Schedule: Friday 10:00am - 10:00pm, Saturday 10:00am - 10:00pm, Sunday - 10:00am - 5:00pm. Grand Entry: Friday 7:00pm, Saturday 1:00pm & 7:00pm, Sunday 1:00pm; Limited RV camping available with electrical and water hook-ups for $22 per night. No tent camping permitted due to city regulations. Please, NO PETS. Contact Peggy Wolfe 407-406-4883

  November , 2014 ~ 27th Thunderbird Intertribal Powwow

Corner of FL Highway 85N & College Boulevard ~ Niceville, Florida  

Drums - Medicine Tail & Na-Ma-Wo-Chi; Located at the Niceville Mullet Festival Grounds  -   For more information, call Kirby Locklear 850-863-5311 ~Spend the day with craft makers, singers, dancers, flute players, storytellers, Intertribal Dancing, Dance Exhibitions, Competitions ~ Honor Guard - Thunderbird Honor Guard; Dancing (Prize Money TBD, see web site for rules and information) www.thunderbirdpowwow.org email - committee@thunderbirdpowwow.org NO DRUGS OR ALCOHOL ALLOWED -  ADMISSION: Adults $5 Children 6-10 $3;  RV and Tent Hook-ups available;  Everyone Welcomed Sponsored by The Thunderbird Intertribal Council, A 501 c 3 Tax Charitable Organization – Something for everyone Host Hotel Quality Inn, 101 Hwy 85N, Niceville, FL 32578 phone - 850-678-8077

 November  , 2014 ~ 22nd Annual Cultural Arts Festival and Pauwau

Waccamaw Tribal Grounds - 591 Bluewater Road  - Aynor, SC

 Host Motel: Econo Lodge (formerly Conway Inn & Suites) 1101 Church St. & Hwy 501 Conway, SC 29526 Phone: (843) 248-2285 Fax: (843) 248-6637 (mention the Pauwau and you’ll get the discounted price of $51.00 + tax) For more information, visit our website at www.waccamawindians.us  or call (843) 358-6877

November  , 2014 ~ 34th Annual Intertribal Pow wow 

North Bay Clan of the Lower  Muskogee Creek Tribe

1560 Lonnie Rd - Half way between Chipley and Wassau on Hwy 77 ~ Chipley, Florida 32428

Dancing (Competition, Stomp, Luck of Draw, & Candy), Drumming, Flute Playing, Storytelling, Naming Ceremony, Demonstrators, Arts & Crafts, Raffles, Auctions, Door Prizes, Food and Other Attractions. Public Invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket and join the fun. We look forward to sharing our heritage and traditions with you! Friday: Kids Day & Luck of the Draw Dancing. Saturday & Sunday: Competition Dancing both Men & Women categories (9 categories competing) along with Luck of the Draw Dancing. Competition Fees: Dance Competition $5 each person. Luck of Draw Dance $5. Dance Categories: 1. Men's Traditional Straight & Fancy 2. Men's Grassdancer 3. Youth's (M)(7-17 yrs) Traditional Straight & Fancy Feather 4. Youth's Grassdancer (7-17 yrs) 5. Women's Traditional: Cloth & Buckskin 6. Women's Fancy & Jingle 7. Youths (F) Cloth & Buckskin (7-17yrs) 8. Youths (F) Fancy & Jingle (7-17yrs) 9. Tiny Tots (2-6 yrs) (M & F) (ribbons) Specifics will be updated on Facebook as positions fill: Head Man: Terrell Anquoe Head Lady: Julia Christine Lucente, MC.: John Littlehawk Guest Drums interested should contact Nancy: nacpwfeca@yahoo.com  ; H: (850) 547-2065 (M-F mornings) 2: Mama Nell: (850) 638-1214 For Ads, making Donations, or Vendor applications Call Pow Wow Committee Members: 1. Mama Nell: (850) 638-1214; 2: Nancy: nacpwfeca@yahoo.com ; H:(850) 547-2065 (M-F mornings); 3. Jon - (850) 832-1666 (Tues & Thurs evenings) & (Sat & Sun 9am - 6 pm); 4. Ana: a2montero@comcast.net ; c: (850) 348-3000 (Sat & Sun 9am - 6 pm); 6. Gail: (850) 703-0148 (M-Sat) Directions to our Tribal Grounds: Chipley is located between Pensacola and Tallahassee along I-10 Hwy, exit 120. Apprx 85 miles West of Tallahassee & 115 miles East of Pensacola. Once you reach Chipley, turn South onto Hwy 77, go South abt 3 miles, then turn left onto Lonnie Road. Tribal Grounds about 1/2 miles down Lonnie Road. Host Hotel- Executive Inn, 1593 Hwy 77, Chipley, FL (across from KFC) (850) 638-7335. For updates please visit us on Facebook at: North Bay Clan of Lower Creek Muscogee Tribe.

  November  , 2014 ~ Native Rhythms Festival

2013 Wickham Park - Melbourne, FL

FREE Admission, Family Friendly Event; http://www.nativerhythmsfestival.com more info call 321-452-1671 Native American World Cultural Music and Arts & Crafts

November   , 2014 ~ 9th Annual Gathering of Eagles 

Pow Wow  and Frontier Days

132 Bill Knight Lane ~ Folkston, GA

More Info contact Chi or Mary Kent (912)-496-4771 info@agatheringofeaglesinc.com website: http://www.agatheringofeaglesinc.com/   

November  , 2014 ~ OkaChaffa Indian Festival and  Good Medicine Show

Phinizy Swamp ~ Augusta, GA

Everyone is welcome!  Native American Dance, all drums welcome, daily feast for singers, dancers and performers, warriors on horseback, see Thunder the American bison, native food court, native arts and crafts, audience participation, hoop dancers, Aztec dancers, tipi's, wigwam and living Indian villages and displays, primitive skills , re-enactments, archery, kids activities, native story tellers, blowgun competitions, native flute performance, pony rides and much more.  Iron Man dance contest and specialty dances contingent with gate. Special guest performances and veterans' displays, all veterans encouraged to join in on our Veterans' salute and special tribute.  Note: Everyone is welcome but this is NOT a hobbyist pow wow so please be respectful with your regalia and general presentation if you decide to dance.  Vendors by invitation only please call or email: 770-735-6275 chipa.wolfe@yahoo.com    www.rthunder.com  facebook: Rolling Thunder Enterprises

November  , 2014 ~ 7th Annual Flags and Feathers VA Pow Wow

Lake City VA Campus ~ Lake City, Florida

From 10am to 3pm. All drums are invited. Vendors wishing to participate can contact Patricia Davis, RN at 352-548-6283 or patricia.davis3@va.gov . Grand Entry at 12 noon and closing song at 3 pm. Drumming, Dancing, Storytelling, Native arts and crafts and food. Come and help us honor our veterans and celebrate Native American Heritage Month. Free to the public. This is a wonderful chance to dance and honor our warriors and share our culture with the general public

  November  , 2014 ~ American Indian Fall Festival

Blue Ridge GA

1511 GA Hwy 515/76 adjacent to the Blue Ridge Flea Market, 2 miles west of Blue Ridge, GA.  Host Drum: Thunderbird
Limited Vendor spaces available! Everyone welcome, free admission with $5 parking per carload.  Dancers! Luck of the draw!  For vendor information: More information: Ken @ 706-897-5799 at Gateway Indian Store

November 14 - 16, 2014 ~ 16th Annual Cheroenhaka (Nottoway)

Indian Inter-Tribal Fall Festival Corn Harvest Powwow & School Day

Old Bridge Road - Cattashowrock Trail - 27345 Aquia Path ~ Courtland VA 23857

CHEROENHAKA (NOTTOWAY) INDIAN TRIBAL GROUNDS ACROSS FROM 24383 OLD BRIDGE ROAD, COURTLAND, VA. 23837 “Come See What William Byrd Saw When He Visited Our Tribal Land In What is Now Southampton County On April 7th & 8th, 1728; Contact Info: Chief Walt 'Red Hawk' Brown 757-562-7760 email: wdbrowniii@aol.com    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CheroenhakaNottowayIndianTribe Website:   http://www.cheroenhaka-nottoway.org/

 

November  , 2014 ~ 48th Annual Louisiana Indian Heritage Association Powwow

Lamar-Dixon Expo Center Arena B - Gonzales, LA 70737

Rain or Shine - Gonzales, Louisiana I- 10 exit 177 just 15 miles south of Baton Rouge; Host Drum Ottertrail (Apache,Ok.) (Singers Welcome); Head Man Mark Galvan (Bedford, Tx.); Head Lady Geneva Horsechief Hamilton (Pawhuska, Ok.); Head Gourd Ford Griggs (Grove, Ok.); For More Information: www.liha.webs.com and Facebook  Jack Heriard whiswind@hughes.net , 985-796-5433);  Joe and Deb Milam (djpm2@cox.net, 504-838-6085)  

November  , 2014 ~ Chambers Farm Thanksgiving Pow Wow

22400 CR-315 - Ft McCoy, Florida 32182

Host Drum: Billy Evans Horse (Kiowa) Guest Drum: Birdchopper (Cherokee)  MC: Rick Bird (Cherokee) Arena Director: Duane Whithorse Flute: Albert Gray Eagle Head Man Dancer: TBA; Head Lady Dancer: TBA; Head Veteran: Thomas Zermeno (Apache); GOURD DANCING, INTERTRIBAL DANCING; ALL SINGERS & DANCERS WELCOME; NATIVE FOOD & VENDORS; We are located off I-75, between Gainesville and Ocala off exit 368, one half hour east on CR 318,turn right on CR 315 Ft McCoy, Florida and follow the signs to Chambers Farm.  Host Motel: SunPlaza; Silver Springs, FL 352-236-2343 More info www.myspace.com/chambersfarmpowwow  Facebook: Chambers Farm; phone: 513-464-1746 or 352-546-2984

 

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December

    December 27 , 2014 ~ Native Spirit Heritage Pow Wow

Lake Waccamaw Children's Home / Flemington Academy in Lake Waccamaw, NC

Grand Entry will be at 11:00 am and the event will conclude at 9:00 pm. In the event of weather the event will be moved indoors to the gymnasium;  For more information please contact: Rob Yellow Fox, Barber-Scotia College, American Indian College Program at: 704.789.2900 ext: 2926 or 518.618.9545 (c)  at: dryellowfox@gmail.com or Matt Steed at 7gables@carolina.rr.com

December  , 2014 ~ 18th Annual Leesburg Pow Wow

1569 South 14th Street ~ Hwy 27 south end of Leesburg, FL

Admission donation at the gate GATES OPEN 9AM-9PM GRAND ENTRY Friday 7PM; Saturday 1PM AND 7 PM and Sunday 1PM

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