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2016 Pow Wow Calendar
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January 8 - 18, 2016 ~ Spirit of the Buffalo Pow Wow 2016
International Market World - 1052 US Hwy 92W - Auburndale, FL
The festival runs Fri 10:00 am to 8:00 pm, Saturday 10 am to 9:00 pm and Sunday 10 am to 5:00 pm. Everyone is welcome. The family-centered event will run two big weekends on January 8-10 and again January 15-17, 2016. More information about group tours and field trips, and scout camping opportunities is available by calling 863-665-0062. Vendor space is available by calling 863-665-0062 or John Bigley at 863-559-8866.
January 22 - 24, 2016 ~ Sarasota Native North
American Indian Festival
3000 Ringling Blvd ~ Sarasota, FL 34237
February 5 - 7, 2016 ~ 45th Annual Seminole Tribal Fair a
nd Pow Wow
Live Hollywood ~ 1 Seminole Way ~ Hollywood, Fl
Hours 9am - 11pm - Seminole Tribe of Florida at the Hard Rock Live. Featuring live music, American Indian dance, Seminole Fashion show, Fine Art & Crafts, Alligator Show. Enjoy an array of native food from vendors watch the Seminole Tribal
clothing contest. Music entertainment
to be scheduled. 866-625-5374
February 6, 2016 ~ 25th NC School of Science and Math Pow Wow
1219 Broad Street - Durham, NC
Adults $5; children 5 and under free; 12pm - 5pm; Charles Eilber Physical Education Center; NCSSM's American Indian Powwow is a family-friendly event featuring music, dance, arts, crafts and food. American Indian dancers, musicians and artists travel to the NCSSM campus from across North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. The public is invited as a fun way to learn about and celebrate the region's rich Native American culture.
February 6 - 7, 2016 ~ Brooksville Native American Festival
Florida Classic Park ~ 5360 Lockhart Road ~ Brooksville, Florida 34601
There will be dance and drumming presentations, primitive skills and Native horsemanship demonstrations and Native food, arts and crafts. Admission is $7.00 for adults $4.00 for kids 5-12. Saturday 10am - 6pm, Sunday 10am - 5pm; $1000 Winner take all Fancy Dance Competition; More Info 352-238-7308
February 12 - 14, 2016 ~ Cox Osceola Yamassee
21449 NE 130th court Road ~ Ft McCoy, FL 32134
Gates open Saturday 9am - 10pm, Sunday 9am - 6pm; Gate donation $2 Adults, Children 11 and under Free; Host Drum: Yamassee Singers; Head Man: Joseph Confer; Head Woman: Sara Mcgahee; AD: Tony Young; Luck of the Draw for Dancers $5 a number; Free Primitive amping all weekend; Native Dance, Crafts, Food and much more. More info: call 352-546-3910 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
February 19 - 21, 2016 ~ Thunder
on the Beach Powwow 2016
Indian River County Fairgrounds ~ 7955 58th Ave - Vero Beach, Fl 32967
We want to Invite the Public to come so we can share our heritage with them. Our children are a sight to see, they start dancing as soon as they can walk. We are such a spiritual and beautiful culture.Come and Dance with the Natives, Watch our children Dance. See their beautiful regalia (clothing) In the field. Craft COmpetition, Educational Seminars, Native American FOod, Native American Dancing, SInging, Storytelling
with Miss Judy_ Gates
open Friday 3pm - 9:30pm, Saturday 10am-9:30 pm, Sunday 10am-5:30pm. Admission: Adults $8; Children & Seniors $4 _ Head man: Tom Zermeno; Hed woman: Juanita Zermeno; MC: Ty Bell; Head Veteran: Jack Clark; Drum #1: Redbird Jr.'s Drum #2: TBA; AD: TBA_ Host Hotel: Knights Inn 8800 20th Street - Vero Beach, FL Room rate $54 + tax per night, as for "pow wow rate" RV camping $22.50 per night +Admission; Primitive Camping FREE +Admission (no water or electric)More info contact Dona Chesser
at 772-567-1579; Cell 772-538-8363 our website is www.thunderonthebeachpowwow.net
February 27 - 28, 2016 ~ Flagler COunty Native American Festival
Princess Place Preserve - 2500 Princess Place Road - Palm Coast, FL32137
Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday 10am - 4pm; $5 per carload (4 people); Jim Sawgrass Deep Forest Native American Experience; Native American Dancing, weapon demonstration, arts & crafts, encampments & displays, Luck of the Draw Dance Competition, Hosted by Flagler County BOCC; More info: phone 386-313-4020 or website: www.flaglercounty.org
March 4 - 6, 2016 ~ Thundering Spirit Pow Wow
Renninger's Twin Markets
20651 New Highway 441 Mount Dora,
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 9:00am Daily and Entertainment starts at 10am. 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: "Honoring";
Head Woman Dancer: Mayola Maize;
Host Drum: Southern Echo & Edisto River 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 18 - 20, 2016 ~ 26th Annual Native American Festival
The Casements ~
25 Riverside Drive ~ Ormond Beach, Florida
Intertribal Native Dancers
Aztec Dancers from Mexico
Reptile & Wildlife Exhibits
Native American Cuisine
Over 30 trading Booths ; Daily Admission:
Child $4.00; Friday: 12 p.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m; Info (386)676-3216
March 19 - 20, 2016 ~ 28th Annual Natchez Pow Wow
400 Jefferson Davis Blvd - Historic Site off Hwy 61 - Natchez, MS 39120
Saturday Gourd dancing 1pm & 7pm; Grand Entry & Intertribal dancing at 2pm & 8pm; Sunday Gourd dancing at 1pm, Grand Entry and Intertribal dancing at 2pm; Powwow participants are allowed to camp on the grounds. Camping is rough. Some firewood is available. There is an area for RV parking but there are no hook-ups. Bring your lawn chairs for seating at the dance arena. Benches will be available for dancers.
For more information: Powwow Chairman Dr. Chuck Borum 131 Jefferson Davis Blvd. Suite F, Natchez, MS 39120 Work Phone 601-442-0200 Home Phone 601-446-5117 cborum @ hotmail.com
Grand Village of the Natchez Indians 601-446-6502;
Host Motel: Excellent Inn 601-442-1691 Powwow rates $50 plus tax
Days Inn in Natchez 601-445-8291 Special Powwow rates $74.99 plus tax
- 27, 2016 ~FIHA 51st Annual Pow Wow
St Lucie County Fairgrounds - 15601 W Midway Road - Ft Pierce, FL
Florida Indian Hobbyist Association; Gates open daily at 10am; Admission $5 adults, children under 12 FREE; Tipi village, crafts, food, Intertribal dancing Friday and Saturday 7pm and Saturday and Sunday at 1pm; Educational Seminar, Craft Competition, Tipi Village & Competition, s.w.a.t. team demo, kids challenge, Native American Food: More info call see Facebook: FIHA Powwows
April 2, 2016 ~ North Carolina State University’s 26th Annual Powwow
MIller Fields: 2611 Cates Avenue, Raleigh, NC
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm Contact: Brittany D. Hunt, Assistant Director of Native American Student Affairs; Phone: 919.513.3480 Email: email@example.com
April 2 - 3, 2016 ~ Chattanooga Pow Wow & Native American Heritage Festival
1826 Reggie White - First Tennessee Pavillion - Chattanooga, TN
$$ Contest Pow Wow $$ General Admission: Adults $10.00; Age 60+ $5.00; Kids 6-12 $5.00; Members (current/retired) of Military, EMS, Fire, Police FREE w/ID; Saturday 10am Till? – Grand Entry 12pm & 6pm; Sunday 10am – 5pm; Grand Entry 12pm; Vendors welcome, application on website, call 423-240-7270 or email NAServices.firstname.lastname@example.org Campers
and self-contained RV's welcome. Tent camping nearby, no showers, large bathrooms. FREE PARKING No alcohol or drugs allowed on premises.
April 2 - 3, 2016 ~ 12th
Annual "New Faces of an Ancient People" Traditional Pow Wow
Mt. Nittany Middle School - Boalsburg, PA
This powwow is also known as the Penn State University Powwow. We follow a northern tradition. Vendor spaces are sold out- Drums are by invitation only. Admission is Free. Host Drum- Maza Napin, Yankton, South Dakota, Emcee- Guy Jones, Standing Rock, North Dakota, Arena Director, Roger Campbell, Sisseton, South Dakota, Head Man Dancer, Clayton Logan, Cattaraugus Seneca, Head Female Dancer, Robbi Swift, Wawaskinaga, Ontario,
Canada. Public is invited.
April 7 - 9, 2016 ~ Cherokee of Georgia Spring Pow Wow
111 Cherokee Way - St George, GA 31562
Drum: Red Bird Jrs, MC: Bill Truax, Head Man: Jason Locklear, Head Lady: Jeanne Richardson, AD: Billy Kipp; FREE Admission, Free Parking, Free Tent Camping; RV hook ups are Limited so come early; NO Competition Dances; more info http://www.cherokeeofgeorgia.org 904-699-6416, or 904-446-7223
9, 2016 ~ 6th Annual Native American Heritage Festival
48-58 Berkley Williams Drive ~ Bissett Park ~ Radford, VA
11am - 5pm, Grand Entry at Noon; Native American Dancing, Craft Vendors, DStoryteller; Aztec Dancers; $250 Luck of the Draw for Dancers in Regalia; Admission Adults $5, Children/Veterans $3; Vendor Info email email@example.com or call 540-267-3153; Host Hotel LaQuinta 540-663-6800
April 16 -
17, 2016 ~ United Cherokee 18th Annual Festival & Native American Pow Wow
3550 Creek Path Road - Guntersville, Alabama, 35976
Exhibition-Dancing, Singing, various demonstrations of crafts.
Story Tellers, Flute Playing, Archery, Flint-knapping
Saturday, April 18th-
Dancing, Drumming, Demonstrations
Gates Open 8:00 AM til 9:00 PM – PUBLIC WELCOME
Grand Entry-Noon til 5:00 PM
Bon Fire & Story Telling at Dark:30 PM
Sunday, April 19th
Gates Open 10:00 AM til 5:00 PM – PUBLIC WELCOME
GRAND ENTRY 12:00 Noon (Noon til 5:00 PM); Posting of the Colors:
UCAN Veteran’s Society & Honor Guard Drums; Thunderheart Singers, Red Road Singers
MC-Lee Trevino, AD - Grant Jacks
Head Man- Qua (Scott Cole), Head Lady-Katie Smith
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; From US Hwy 431 in Guntersville (at the Wyndham) take AL Hwy 79 South 1.4 miles to Cherokee Elem. School, Turn right on Willow Beach Rd., Turn Left on Creek Path Road to Pow Wow.
UCAN Tribal Center 256-582-2333
All mailed documentation should be sent to
Pow Wow Committee, 1531 Blount Ave, Guntersville, AL 35976
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
NO ALCOHOL, DRUGS OR POLITICS
Grounds Security & EMT Service will be provided.
Concessions Available, Shower Facilities, Handicap Facilities
22 - 24, 2016 ~ 30th Annual Pow Wow at ASU
ASU Band Practice Field - East 6th Street and South Rural Road - Tempe, Arizona
Personal canopies can be set up on Thursday, April 21. Please sign in at the pow wow grounds at 7:00 am and return after 3:00 pm to set up your canopies around the arena. There is a limit of one canopy per person. Friday 5:30 p.m. Gourd Dance; 7 p.m. Grand Entry; Saturday 11:30 a.m. & 5:30 p.m. Gourd Dance; Tiny Tots Pow Wow 7-7:30 p.m.; 1 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. Grand Entry; Sunday 11:30 a.m. Gourd Dance; 1 p.m Grand Entry; The 30th Annual Pow Pow is looking for volunteers to assist in the success of the 2016
event. Contact the Pow Wow Office at email@example.com No dogs or other pets allowed on the grounds.
Alcohol and other drugs will not be tolerated. Not responsible for accidents, thefts, damages, or short-funded travelers.
April , 2016 ~ 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 22 - 24, 2016 ~ Meherrin-Chowanoke Pow Wow
Ahoskie Recreation Center ~ 1103 W Main Street - Ahoskie, NC
More info:Lisa Joell 252-370-2237 or firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to be a vendor or if you want more information bout our powwow, please email Robin at email@example.com and she will email or mail you a vendor application.
April 29 - 30, 2016 ~ 39th Annual Spring AICA Pow Wow
Foothills Equestrian and Nature Center (FENCE) - Tryon, NC
**See GoFundMe page for support: https://www.gofundme.com/wre84n7g
May 1, 2016 ~ Keepers
of the Peace Pow Wow
Trophy Point Amphitheater (shine) or Eisenhower Riverside Cafe (rain)- West Point, NY
12pm and 3pm Birds of Prey Demonstration; 1pm and 4pm Grand Entry. Native American food and craft vendors. Free event. Free Parking. All dancers welcome. Ages 16 and older must have a valid photo identification card (driver’s license, passport, student id) to show at entry gate to West Point. 845-938-3136
Bring a chair or blanket to sit on the hill.
May 6, 2016 ~ Algonquin River Pow Wow of Champions
2200 West River Drive ~ Davenport, IA 52802
Grand Entry: Friday 7 pm; Saturday 1:30 pm & 7 pm; Sunday 1:30 pm; Gourd Dance Saturday & Sunday 11 am; Park opens at 5 pm Friday and 10 am on Saturday and Sunday; Admission Adults – $8.00 per day/ $20 weekend; Children (ages 4 – 11) – $5.00 per day / $12.00 weekend; Tickets for admission can be purchased online here: Algonquin River Pow Wow of Champions; Bring Your Own Chairs; Head Staff: MCs, Danny Seaboy & Edmon Nevaquaya;
Arena Directors, Gibert Brown & Lee Thunderchild; Head Singing Judge, Londlel Seaboy; Host Drums, Young Kingbird & Southern Boys; Color Guard, Sisseton Wahpeton Vietnam Veterans; Contest Tabulations, C & T Tabulations; Contests: Golden Age 60+ Men, Combined; Women, Combined; Men 18+ Fancy, Grass, Traditional, Southern Straight; 1st $1000, 2nd $800, 3rd $600, 4th $400, 5th $200; Women 18+ Fancy, Jingle, Traditional, Southern Buckskin; 1st $1000, 2nd $800, 3rd $600, 4th $400, 5th $200; Teen & Junior
Boys Fancy, Grass, Traditional, Teens: 1st $500, 2nd $300, 3rd $200; Jrs: 1st $300, 2nd $150, 3rd $75; Teen & Junior Girls Fancy, Jingle, Traditional; Teens: 1st $500, 2nd $300, 3rd $200; Jrs: 1st $300, 2nd $150, 3rd $75; Drum Contest – Northern & Southern Categories 1st $5000, 2nd $3000, 3rd $2000, $ $1000; Winners of each category become host drums next year; WINNER TAKE ALL 16+; $1000 + Trophy; Men’s Fancy, Old Style; Men’s Grass, Free Style; Men’s Traditional, Trick Song; Men’s Woodland, Original;
Women’s Fancy, Trick Song; Women’s Jingle, Old Style; Women’s Woodland, Scrub; Alternate Rain Site: River Front Center; Vendors: (309) 644-1666 Information: (563) 307-0720
May , 2015 ~ Mittie Wood Memorial Mothers Day Native American
12449 Withlacoochee Blvd. - Withlacoochee River Park - Dade City, FL
Honoring our well beloved mother Mittie Wood, she was called home on June 20, 2012; MC: Ty Bell; Host Drum: Red Bied; Head Lady: Sarah McGahee; Head man: TBA; Florida Artist: Paul DeLuna, Flute player: Doc Green; All Drums and Dancers are invited; Public Welcome_ Gates
open Friday 9am - 10pm, Saturday 9am - 10 pm, Sunday 9am - 5pm. Admission: $5 per person, children under 10 free; More Information: Sharon Thomas 352-521-3012 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Withlacoochee River Park info 352-567-0264
May 7 & 8, 2016 ~
25th Cherokee County Indian Festival and Mother's Day Pow Wow
Boling Park ~ 1098 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 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Sunday 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Adults: $15, Kids:6 - 12 yrs $5; Kids 5 & under: FREE; Competition dance and Intertribal; Aztec dancers, Birds of prey, drumming, singing, arts & crafts, Native foods,
Intertribal dancing, warriors
on horseback, tipi village and primitive skills demonstrations, much, much, more; Free camping on the grounds for artist, traders, vendors and
competition dancers (Native Dancers Only) no hobbyist
dancers please. Quality arts and crafts vendors welcome by invitation only. Please contact Ruby or Cecilia Wolfe: your email
address and/or 770-735-6275 should you wish to obtain a vendor application NOTE: Acts are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances; Rolling Thunder Enterprises, email@example.com 34 Rolling Thunder Drive, Jasper, GA 30143 Contact email firstname.lastname@example.org website www.rthunder.com
May 7 - 8, 2016 ~ 11th Annual Turtle Island Pow Wow
USA Ball Stadium (outside)- 4351 Babe Howard Blvd, Millington, TN 38053
9:00AM – 5:00PM both days
MC = Ken Dixon (Choctaw)
AD = TBD
Drum = BST (Cherokee)
All drums welcome
Headman and Head Lady = Daily Pick
Contact Hal Colston, (901) 876-4015
Special appearance by Danza Azteca Quetzalcoatl (Aztec Dancers)
Food and drinks available
Come and enjoy the dancing and drum beat of our ancestors
Special entry fee for two day pass
May 7 - 8, 2016 ~ 31st Annual UCLA Pow Wow
UCLA North Athletic Field - Westwood Marketplace - Los Angeles, CA 90095
Free Admission & Open to the Public
UCLA is a tobacco-free campus. All-day parking ($12) and short-term parking (payable at pay stations) are available in Lots 4 and 7. , Open to the Public; Events for American Indian Staff and American Indian Alumni! Ms. UCLA Pow Wow Pageant; Dancing and Singing Contest- All dancers and drums welcome. American Indian Arts and Craft Vendors; Native Food Vendors: Gourd dancing by California Golden State Gourd Society; More Info Student Association (AISA) at: 310-206-8043 or email@example.com Facebook:
13 - 15, 2016 ~ 2nd Annual Native American Gathering and Pow Wow
Land of the Occaneechi
South Central Fairgrounds - 10 Fairground Dr - Chase City, VA 23924
With a warm welcome, we invite the public to attend as members of many tribes come together to celebrate heritage, stories and fellowship. Friday evening bonfire with story teller Patrick Stewart from 6-9PM. Saturday and Sunday the Gate opens at 10 so you may talk with the 16 Native American tradespeople and a few local non-Native artisans. There will be demonstrations of
Village Life, Predator Bird education, and Heritage Resources. The schedule may be changed. Gates Open Friday 6pm - 9pm; Saturday 10am - 9pm; Sunday 10am - 6pm; Daily Age under 12/over 65 $5; Age 13-64 $7 (3-Day-Pass is $10); More info 301-266-0490
May 14, 2016 ~ 29th Annual Oakville Indian Mounds Multi-Cultural Indian Event
Celebrating the Diversity of Native American Culture in Alabama
1219 Co Rd 187, Danville, AL 35619
Saturday May 14th, 2016 from 10am -5pm Cherokee, Creek, and Chickasaw living history demonstrations will featured as well as Civil War reenactments, arts and crafts, free hand's on children's activities, live birds of prey and concessions. The dance arena will feature Native American drum groups, flute music, dance demonstrations, and song in native southeastern languages and our amphitheater will showcase country, gospel, and bluegrass
music. Learn about flint knapping, pottery
making, weaving, and trading traditions of the past. There will also be $1 activities such as face-painting, canoe rides, & wagon rides. The park also hosts a 5k walking trail and this is a family friendly event with something for all ages. Please note that pets are not allowed on school system property. Admission is free. There is a $2 parking donation. Please see our website OakvilleIndianMounds.com, our Facebook page at Facebook.com/OakvilleIndianMounds,
or call 256-905-2494 for more information.
May , 2016 ~ 11th Annual White Buffalo Pow Wow
Tupelo Buffalo Park and Zoo - 2272 North Coley Road, Tupelo, MS 38803
MC: Ken Dixon (Choctaw)
Headman – Daily Pick,Chris Adams (Poarch Creek), Aztec Dancers from Mexico on the 9th; Headlady – Reese Gentles (Cherokee), AD – TBD
Drum: Blood, Sweat and Tears (Cherokee)
Food and Drink: Lacie’s Fry Bread (Lacie and Cubert Bell, Choctaw) and Wayne Jones BBQ
Contact: Hal Colston, 901 876-4015
Addition info: Powwow sponsored by Turtle Island Native American Association. Come and listen to the drumbeat and songs of our ancestors
May , 2016 ~ 21st Annual Tunica-Biloxi Pow Wow
Earl J. Barbry, Sr. Convention Center at Paragon Casino Resort - 711 Paragon Place - Marksville, LA, 71351
Saturday 10am-10pm; Sunday 10am-4pm; Parking Available at Paragon Casino Resort; Paragon Casino Resort hotel and RV campground offer a Pow Wow rate; General Admission - $5; Children (5 yrs & Younger) - $3; Registered Drum (singers) and Dancers (in regalia) with numbered credentials will be admitted free. Paragon associates with badges will be admitted free. Tunica-Biloxi family members will be admitted free; Featured Performance: Tunica-Biloxi
Singers & Legend Keepers; NATIVE AMERICAN DANCE COMPETITION: (13 categories): Golden Age (Age 50 & Up; 4 categories ~ Men & Women’s Northern and Southern), Adult (Ages 18-49; Men & Women categories), Junior (Ages 11-17; Boy & Girl categories), Chicken Dance category - Adult (Age 18+). Tiny -Tots (10yrs. & under, on Sat & Sun.). Entry fee is $5 for dance competition participants; DRUM (SINGING) CONTEST: The drum competition will be split into Northern and Southern categories. Registration
for the dance and drum competition will be held on Saturday, May 16, from 8 a.m. to noon. *Competition Points start at 1PM Saturday. GRAND ENTRIES: Saturday, May 16, 1:00PM & 7:00PM; Sunday, May 17, 12:00PM; Pow Wow ends @ 4:00PM; The Pow Wow features over 35 food and craft vendors. (Contact Sharon @ 800-946-1946, ext. 1923 or firstname.lastname@example.org ) For more information contact
John Barbry at (800) 272-9767, ext. 6412, or email@example.com
or go to www.tunicapowwow.org TUNICA-BILOXI POW WOW SCHOOL PROJECT
The Pow Wow Committee presents programs on Native American culture for area students in the Mari Showroom at Paragon Resort at 10:00AM on May 15, 2015. This is a rare and valuable opportunity for students to learn firsthand about Indian cultures from native people. Call Sharon Reed for reservations and more information at (800) 946-1946, extension 1923.
May 21 - 22, 2016 ~Pow wow in the Park
Edgar Evins State Park - Silver Point, TN
MC: Bert Cox; Host Drum: Southern Echo; Dancing, Drumming, Demonstrations, Storytelling; Saturday Night Trade Blanket; Admission $3 at the gate, 5years and under FREE, TTU with ID $2, All Active Military and First Responders FREE; ALl Drums & Dancers Welsome; For cabin or campsite reservations got to www.TNstateparks.com and go to Edgar Evins Park; More info call 931-644-0221 or 931-544-4908 NO Drugs, Alcohol, Weapons,
Grave Goods, Bad Attitudes or Politics will be permitted at any time on the premises.
May , 2016
~ Blind Horse Pow Wow
22315 AL Hwy 21 - Alpine, AL 35014
This is the first year for Powwow. Lots of land and plenty of 'no cost' camping for attendees. Electricity and water available. Host Motel is arranged. 32 miles south of Oxford, AL, 10 miles south of Talladega, AL., 4 miles north of Sycamore, AL. and close to Desoto Caverns, Childersburg, AL.
MC: Ken Dixon (Choctaw)
Headman: Gordon C. Nolen Jr.
Head Lady: Reesa Gentle (Cherokee)
AD: Foy Southard (Cherokee)
Drum: BST (Cherokee)
Food: Lacie's Fry Bread (Choctaw)
Admission: Adults $5.00, 6-14 $2.00, 65 or older $2.00, Family $10.00, 2 day special price, Active military with ID Free.
Contact for additional info (message or text) 256-293-6464 or firstname.lastname@example.org
May 28 - 29, 2016 ~
Oroville’s Memorial Day Pow Wow 2016
Berry Creek Rancheria - 4020 Olive Hwy - Oroville, CA 95966
Hours: Saturday 11am - 10pm, Sunday 11am - 5pm; Coordinater: Lucky Preston 530-532-1611 email: email@example.com No Alcohol, Smoking, Drugs, Open Fires or Animals
May 28 - 29, 2016 ~
7th Annual Native American Gathering
Hall-Fawcett Park - 4595 CR-153 - Zanesfield, OH 43360
Grand Entry May 28th 12 noon & 5:00 PM;
May 29th 12 noon and 4:00PM; Don Horn Arena Director; Host Drum Southern SIngers also Chake Hotain; David Russel - MC; Headman - Shawn Riley; Headwoman - Shawnee; Head Veteran - Standing Bear; 1 mile west of the Junction of US 33 & SR’s 292 & 153 - Zanesfield Ohio in Logan County; Join us! Admission is free. Limited Vender space call 937 592 2412 Limited Space Available Advanced registration required. Spaces are 10 X10 $35, 10X20 - $50 Primitive camping available. Electric is extremely limited, please
let us know if electric is needed for health reasons if you are camping. For any questions, please contact: David Holland at 937-441-1565 or 937-592-2412 [please specify in subject box “Woodland Gathering”]. website: http://loganhills.homestead.com/gathering.html
June 18 - 19, 2016 ~ Baby Bison Days 3rd Annual Charity Pow Wow
Boss Bison Ranch - 45701 Unionvale Road ~ Cadiz, OH 43907
Welcoming All Dancers, Singers, Flutist, drummers, vendors, to come and join in the fun to raise food donations for HARCATUS. Host Drum: Many Nations; MC:Chief Spirit Horse; Head Male: Matthew Royal; Head Female : Treasure Royal; Head Veteran: Donny Carter; AD: CJ Lyons; Admission to pow wow is * non-perishable food item* donation per person; Volunteers welcome; Blessing of the baby bison for 2016 year; Ironwood Wolf Education Center
to teach about the American Wolf; Henthorn Sugar Farms Alpaca; Facebook: BabyBisonDays or visit: http://bossbisonranch.wix.com/welcome More Info email: BabyBisonDays@gmail.com or phone: 740-942-8726
June , 2016 ~ Delaware River Bears CircleE - 2016 New York Powwow
Margaretteville, NY 12455
Contact: Don Gibson 607-746-6833 GIBSONDC47@YAHOO.COM
June , 2016 ~ Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation Powwow
4902 Dailey Store Road - Mebane, NC
June , 2016 ~ Honoring Our Ancestors - 12th Annual Intertribal Traditional Pow Wow
Ashtabula Antique Engine Club grounds - 4026 US 322 - Williamsfield, OH 44093
Wayne twp between Route's 193 & 7; Gates open 10am; Grand Entry 12 noon, Retiring of flags 6pm; Host Drum: Rapid River, Guest Drum: Clear Water Cherokee; Story telling, historical information, crafts, food, dancing; Admission Adults $5, Children 6-12 and seniors $3, Family discounts available, All Veterans and active military FREE; More info Sandi Red Wolf 440-344-9845 or 440-319-4483 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
June , 2016 ~ 3rd Annual Veterans ' Powwow
691 W Lebanon Street - Veterans Park - Mt Airy, NC
July 2 - 4, 2016 ~ Annual
St Kateri Tekakwitha Pow Wow
The Lady of the Martyrs Shrine - Auriseville, NY 12010
Gates open at 10am; Grand Entry at Noon Daily; Aztec Dancers at 2pm Daily; Donation at gate $8 per person; 60+ years old $6; Children under 5 years old, Disabled & Nursing home residents are Free; Public Welcome!! Intertribal dancing, Iroquois Social dancing; Candy dance for kids, Native crafts, Native food, Trade blanket Saturday night, Auction Sunday night; More info Contact Bob Ross 607-776-6776 or email Metisnnaandca@gmail.com
event link: https://secure.affiliatedevents.com/category/MNCANA
July 8 - 10, 2016 ~ 13th Annual Strong Sun Festival & Pow
808 Beeson Park Road - Kernersville, 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 Programs and Dances for all ages. Friday 9AM - 2PM Childrens Day and Grand Entry 2:30PM Saturday 10am - 7pm Grand Entry 11am Sunday 11am - 5:30 pm Grand Entry 12:30pm; 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 - For more information please call us or email email@example.com 336-926-4607
- 17, 2016 ~
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 theEntire 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
July , 2016 ~ Marvin "Joe"
Perry Verterans Pow Wow
Broad Street - Salamanca, NY
Admission $10 Adults, $5 Students & Seniors 5-17 and 65 +, FREE admission with military ID and for children under 4, FREE Admission Friday Night; Contact info Phone: 716-532-4900 Ext 4200 Email: Penny.Kerr@sni.org or firstname.lastname@example.org Contest Pow Wow; Fancy, Grass,
Traditional, Jingle, Smoke; Registration Friday 4pm - 9pm Saturday 10am - 1pm;
July 22 - 24, 2016 ~ 4th Annual Wolf Creek Pow Wow
Old Bland County Fairgrounds - 251 Main St - Bland, VA 24615
Friday 9AM - 1:30 Children's Day; Special Programming is planned for
the Children; Friday 2PM
- Dark regular Pow wow dancing; All are invited to attend. Saturday gates open 10am, Grand Entry 12:30pm; Sunday morning worship service from 9:30am - 10:30am; Sunday gates open 11:30am, Grand Entry 12:30PM Dancing until 5:30PM; Admission Adults over 18years old $10, Seniors 62 & Veterans $5, Children 5-18yrs $5, Children under 5 FREE. All Proceeds to Benefit Wolf Creek Indian Village. For more information
please call us or email email@example.com 336-926-4607 website:
July , 2016 ~ Cheroenhaka Fall Festival
Old Bridge Road, Cattashowrock Trail - Tribal Grounds, Courtland VA
August , 2016 ~ Bear Mountain Pow wow
Palisades Interstate Parkway, Stony Point,
Saturday, 11am – 8pm, Sunday, 11am – 7pm
Grand Entry of Dancers at 1pm and 4pm; Price: $12 Adults & Teens (Plus fees if purchasing online), $8 Children 6-12 years old, $10 Seniors 65+ and students (Plus fees if purchasing online),
Free for Children 5 years old and under; $6 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:
firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 718.686.9297
August , 2016 ~ 4th Annual Native American
Gathering Dark Mountain Pow Wow
499 Reservoir Road - W. Kerr Scott Dam and Reservoir - Wilkesboro, NC 28697
Host Drum: Yaughtanund, MC: Danny Two Eagles, 10am - 10pm Friday & Saturday Grand Entry 12pm & 7pm, 10am - 5pm Sunday, Grand Entry 12pm; Open FREE to the Public, more info: email@example.com
August 20 - 21, 2016 ~ 36th Annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival
Museum of Indian Culture - 2825 Fish Hatchery Road - Allentown, PA 18103
Gates open 10:00 am until 6:00 pm rain or shine. Grand Entrance is at 12:00 noon. Admission: $8 adults, $5 children 8-17 and seniors over 62, FREE for children under 8.
Live music and dance performances include “Youngblood Singers,” "White Buffalo Singers,” Aztec Fire Dancing by the Salinas Family from Mexico City Katrina Fisher—Cree hoop dancer, and American Indian dancers, singers and performers from Canada, New York, and throughout North America. This year’s Master of Ceremonies will feature George Stonefish, Delaware from Canada. Featured dancers will include head man Cody Coe (Dakota Sioux/Ute) and head woman Katy Isennock (Lakota Sioux).
Premiering at the festival this year is Native American award-winning singer / songwriter Shelly Morningsong, Northern Cheyenne, performing with Fabian Fontelle, Zuni / Omaha. She will also perform during the festival with world-renowned Native American recording artist Arvel Bird, Paiute violinist and flutist.
The festival includes activities for people of all ages, including: a children’s hand-on activity area where they can learn to make dreamcatchers, cornhusk dolls, and Navajo sand painting, have their face painted, hear American Indian stories, and help paint our festival mural; lifeskills demonstrations including Atlatl and Tomahawk throwing, flintknapping, arrow making, flutemaking, and Native Cooking demonstrations by Heart to Hearth; and artifact displays by Lee Hallman, the Museum of Indian Culture’s curator. Cree demonstrator Katrina Fisher will also bring her award-winning Plains teepee program to the festival.
Vendors will offer hand-crafted items such as handmade silver and beaded jewelry, Kachina dolls, pottery, leather clothing, soap stone carvings, Indian trade silver and other crafts. American Indian cuisine of Fry bread prepared by Joy Tone-Pah-Hote (Kiowa), buffalo burgers, buffalo stew, Indian Tacos, corn soup and more will be available.
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, please contact Pat Rivera at 610-797-2121, email firstname.lastname@example.org , or visit us online at museumofindianculture.org
August , 2016 ~ 7th Annual Spirit of the Wolf
Native American Festival and Pow Wow
Pine Park - 23 Pine Street EXT - Rt 29 - Broadalbin, NY
There will be Native drumming, dancing, flute playing, children's candy dance and Native and American cuisine! Come and enjoy a fun filled, family weekend, with the Taino Dancers, Roy Peters (flute player), Beyond Human, Inc, (exotic animals). Featuring, on Sat, North Country Wildlife with a Bird of prey show. Dance lottery with CASH prizes. NEW this year, will be: FREE children's craft tent, where your child
can build their own dance stick and use that stick in a special dance, just for them! Also NEW this year, a LIVE WOLF SHOW on Sun! Don't miss the fun. Located at Pine Park, Rte 29, Broadalbin, Ny
August , 2016 ~ Healing Mother Earth - 8th Annual Intertribal Traditional Pow Wow
Fischer's Pine Lake - 3924 Maple Rd - Jefferson, OH 44047
Sheffield Township - Gates open 10am; Host Drum: Rapid River, Guest Drum: Clear Water Cherokee; Story telling, historical information, crafts, food, dancing; Admission Adults $5, Children 6-12 and seniors $3, Family discounts available, All Veterans and active military FREE; More info Sandi Red Wolf 440-344-9845 or 440-319-4483 email: email@example.com
September 3 - 4, 2016 ~ 8th
Annual Honoring Our Veterans Pow Wow
KY Native American Heritage Museum
4116 Cumberland Falls Highway, Corbin, KY 40701
Gates open 10am sSat & 11am Sun; Grand Entry 12 noon Sat & Sun; Special Guest Larry Sellers, "Cloud Dancing" or Dr Quinn Medicine Woman; More Info: 606-528-6342 email: firstname.lastname@example.org website:http://www.knahm.org/ The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, provides operating support to the Kentucky Native American Heritage Museum with state tax
dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the
, 2016 ~ 3rd Annual Noccalula Falls Powwow
1600 Noccalula Road ~ Gadsden, AL
Not a ‘contest’ Powwow
MC=Ken Dixon (Choctaw)
AD=Foy Southard (Cherokee)
Headman=Terry Smith (Cherokee)
Headlady=Katie Smith (Cherokee)
All dancers and drums welcome and free admission.
General admission, Adults=$5.00, 6-14=$2.00, 65 or older=$2.00, Family=$10.00, 2 day Specials
Seating provided but bringing your own shade is recommended.
Concessions by Lacie’s Frybread (Choctaw) and BBQ and burgers by Baby Boy’s BBQ.
September 10 - 11, 2016 ~ The Great Dakota Gathering, Homecoming & Powwow
by The Winona Dakota Unity Alliance
Unity Park - Parks ave ~ Winona, Minnesota 55987
There will be a traditional Powwow and specials for, tiny tots, youth, teens, and adults including Applique. Unity Park hosts free tent camping on site (no hook-ups) vendors may call (507) 494-8849 and developing events will be posted at www.winonadakotaunityalliance.org
September , 2016 ~ 27th Annual Running
Ridge Ferry Park - Riverside Parkway - Rome, Ga
Hours: Saturday 10:00 am to 10:00 pm. Sunday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Admission: $ 8. Children 12 & under FREE, 65 & over FREE. Weekend Pass $ 12.
MC: Richard Bird. HM: Bullet Standingdeer. HL: Nicole Williams. AD: Jamie Pheasant. Host Drum: Bird Choppers Bird Family. Entertainment: Dave Trezak, Vickie Trezak, Aztec Dancers, Dale Arrowood and his Birds of Prey, Ryan Little Eagle. Native American Honor Guard and Warrior Society.
Directions: From Atlanta, I-75 N to Cartersville (Exit 290). Take GA 20 W (US 411 S) to Rome, in Rome turn right at GA SR Loop 1 (East Rome Bypass) follow GA Loop 1 to Riverside Parkway, turn left. From Chattanooga, I-75 S to Calhoun (Exit 312). Take GA 53 to Rome, in Rome, turn right at GA SR Loop 1 (North Rome Bypass) to Riverside Parkway, turn left. Powwow is located at 470 Riverside Parkway in front of the Chieftains Museum - Major Ridge Home, in downtown Rome. Contact info: Frank Blair 706-676-3463, FMBlair@aol.com.
On the web: www.runningwaterpowwow.com .
Rome Convention and Visitors Bureau 1-800-444-1834.
September , 2016 ~ All Nations Benefit Pow Wow
Sponsored By The Belize Fund & The Portal Institute, Inc.
Melrose Road ~ Susquehanna, PA 18847
Gates open10am - 6pm; Admission: $7 ages 12 & older; $5 Senior Citizens & Veterans; Free: Children under 12, Active Military, Dancers in Regalia Please bring a Donation of Non-Perishable food for the Oneida Nation Food Bank.Grand Entry Both Days at 12 noon; Emcee: Gil Cryinghawk; Lead Dancers: Matt Whiteeagle & Chris Mourning Dove; Host Drum: Red Storm Drum
& Dance Troupe; Guest Drums: Nimham Mountain Singers & Pretty Elk Singers; Special Guests: Joseph FireCrow Award Winning Musician & Storyteller; Salinas Family Aztec Traditional Dancers; Jerry Gray Hawk Rivera - Native Storyteller; Vicky Schenandoah - Native Storyteller; Rain or Shine Event, Bring Your Lawn Chairs, Free Parking! No Pets, No Alcohol and No Drugs Allowed. Vendor Applications Available: For More Information Contact Marlene Iris Email: email@example.com
phone: 570.727.3614 For Further Details Visit www.portal-found.com
September , 2016 ~ Cabarrus Pow Wow
Camp Cabarrus - 4827 Camp Cabarrus Drive - Kannapolis, NC 28081
Traditional Southern Protocol Pow Wow; Head Man – Arvid Englund
Head Lady – Renee Tucker
Head Gourd Dancer/Veteran – Bart Hudson
MC – Barry Rogers
AD – Jaimie Scott
Head Singer – Monsenjour Johnson
We welcome other drums. Please see Arena Director. Please schedule all specials in advance with the MC, Committee Special only on Saturday night.
FREE ADMISSION. FREE PARKING. FREE REGISTRATION.
September , 2016 ~ End of Trail Remembrance Powwow
MC: Lee Trevino, AD - Grant Jacks, Head man - Skipper Mith, Head Lady - Katie Smith, Host Drum - Thunderheart Singers, Flute - Lucas Bridges, Drums are welcom; Guest appearance by Miss Indian Alabama on Saturday; Friday, September 18th, 2015
Food Vendors start serving @ 10am; 1:00PM set-up and music; Arts & Craft Vendors
Native American Pow-Wow starts @ 2pm;
Free Concert 7-9 p.m. Driftwood Jones;
Saturday, September 19th, 2015
Food Vendors start serving @ 8am;
Arts & Craft Vendors; Remembrance Walk @ 10am (line-up on bridge at 9am)
Pow-wow from 2-5pm
Motorcycles arrive @ 3p.m.
Free Concert Chieftain 7-9p.m. and Driftwood Jones 9-11p.m.
Sunday Exhibition day 12 - 3PM;
Contact: Gina Williamson: 256 582-2333
Phone for Town of waterloo=256 764-3237
Email for Town of Waterloo: firstname.lastname@example.org
website: www.air-corp.org See also www.al-tn-trailoftears.net
September , 2016 ~ 35th Annual Mt Juliet Pow Wow
300 Mundy Memorial Drive ~ Mt Juliet, TN 37122
Saturday & Sunday Gates open at 10;30am; Admission Adults $8, Children 6 - 12 years $4, 5 years old and under FREE; Dance Contest, over $11,000 in prize money; special guests: Frank Waln - hip hop artist from Rosebud reservation; Apache Crown Dancers (performances daily); Native American Food, Dancing, Arts & Crafts; Host Drum - Iron Necklace; NAMMY Artist - Ryan Little Eagle; Hoop Dancer - Lowery Begay; MC - Rob Daugherty; Arena
Director - Jim Reedy; Host Hotel - Ramada Inn: 704 S Cumberland St - Lebanon, TN 615-444-7400 ask for the 'pow wow rate'
More info Contact Cindy Yahola 615-443-1537
October , 2016 ~ 36th
of Georgia Fall Pow Wow
110 Cherokee Way - St. George, GA 31562
Drum: Red Bird Jrs; MC: Tye Bell; Head Man: CJ Jones; Head Lady Debra Jones; AD: Billy Kipp; Thursday, October 1, 2015 - 9:00am to Saturday, October 3, 2015 - 12:00am; Free Admission, Free Parking, Free Tent Camping, Limited RV hookups available; Thursday & Friday Guided Field Trips, Schools and Home School groups Welcome! Call for details 904-305-4303; No Drugs, Alcohol, or Firearms, No Pets (due to insurancerestrictions);
Host Lodge; Econolodge - Macclenny, FL 904-259-3000; Vendor Contact: Chief Tall Oak Martin - 904-699-6416; Vice Chief Spirit Panther - 904-305-4303; More Info: www.CherokeeofGeorgia.org email: email@example.com; Phone:904-446-7223
October , 2016 ~ Cumberland Plateau 15th Annual Pow Wow of Cookeville
Putnam County Fairgrounds - 35 Paris Street - Cookeville, TN 38501
Gates open at 10 am and close at 5 pm daily. Admission is $6 for adults, $3 for kids ages 5 to 16, seniors are $2 and kids 4 and under are free. All active military, law enforcement, firefighters, and EMT are free. Enjoy an event filled with American Indian drumming, singing, flute players, storytellers, exhibition, intertribal and fun dances for all ages. There will be demonstrators along with unique arts and crafts vendors. All drums and
dancers welcome. For more information, please call Linda at (931) 544-4908 or Carol at (931) 544-0066 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
October , 2016 ~
28th Annual Meherrin Pow wow
852 Hwy 11 North - Ahoskie, NC 27910
School day October 2, 2015 Featuring: Meherrin Museum, Native American Arts & Crafts, Dances & Demonstrations, Native Storeytelling; More info: Patrick Suarez 336-416-4913; www.meherrinnation.org ; email@example.com ; Linwood Hall 202-281-7097
October , 2016 ~ Chattahoochee River Landing Pow Wow
269 River Landing Rd., Chattahoochee, Fl
Head Man: Harley McGahee
Head Lady: Sarah McGahee
MC: Bill Truax
Host Drums: RedHorse Singers
Other Drums: open
Additional Information: Free Primative Camping, RV Campsites are available Contact: Bill Truax or Debra Hicks-Smith Phone: 850-209-7083 or 850-277-1026 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
October , 2016 ~ Lower Muskogee Creek Tribe Intertribal Pow Wow
107 Tall Pine Drive, Whigham GA 39897
Contact : Barbara Gorman at Bamacreek@knology.net
October , 2016 ~ 2016 Annual Alligator Warrior Festival
O'Leno State Park - 410 S.E. Oleno Park Road - High Springs, Florida 32643
On Friday, we focus mainly on school children. School groups get in for free on Friday. Saturday and Sunday we have a battle skirmish, The Battle of San Felasko Hammock, at 2 p.m. We have Native American drumming, dancing, demonstrators and vendors as well as Native American re-enactors and soldiers. Our event is put on in order to preserve our rich history and heritege of this area in Florida. State Park Entrance Fees Apply.
Free Entry for School Groups.
$5.00 per vehicle holding 2-8 people.
$4.00 Single Occupant Vehicle.
$2.00 Pedestrians, bicyclists, and additional passengers. Lake City was once named Alligator Town
after a famous American Indian named Halpatter Tustenugee. It was since changed to Lake City but we like to teach our history, especially to our young people. More info Cindy at (386) 288-3059 or website is www.alligatorfest.org
October , 2016 ~ Silverhawk Native American Flute Gathering and Arts and Crafts
Withlacoochee River Park ~ 12449 Withlacoochee Blvd
Opens 9:00 am Saturday. Opening ceremony Saturday at 10:00 am. Closes 6:00 pm Sunday. $2.00 per vehicle for admission and parking. Hours 9am - 7pm There is a county park fee for camping and electric. There is also R.V. camping and facilities. Vendors, crafts, Native American style flutes, blankets, Painted Ponies, Native American food, home made ice cream, kettle corn, roasted corn, (etc). Nonstop entertainment all weekend (flute players,
story tellers, singers, didge players, (etc.), 1800s settlement, trails thru the woods along the river with 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 and Zephyr Hills. A family event, No Drugs or Alcohol allowed! Come join us for a wonderful day or the whole weekend. This is a gathering, a
music event. I have been told this is one of the friendliest events around. “Public welcome” Vendor fee $60.00 Contact: Dock Green Silverhawk Ph: 813-763-2118 Email: email@example.com Website: www.silverhawkflutegathering.com
October , 2016 ~ 11th Annual Las Vegas Intertribal Powwow
Honoring Our Veterans
3333 West Washington Ave - Las Vegas, Nevada 89107
Grand Entry at 12pm & 7pm Saturday, and 12pm Sunday; More info: Contact: Regina Brady
October , 2016 ~ Homecoming Powwow Association
Lake Park County Park ~ 17302 N Dale Mabry, Lutz, FL 33548
$2 Parking & $5 Spectator Fee, Children under 12 are FREE; Friday Grand ENtry 7pm, Saturday Grand Entry 1pm & 7pm; Live Auction on Saturday afternoon; Sunday Gourd Dance 10am, Grand Entry 1pm; Intertribal Dancing all weekend; Living Museum Craft Exhibition Saturday; Native American Food; "Out of Retirement" Dance Competition; Dry Camping on-site; More info contact
November , 2016 ~ North Bay Clan of Lower Muscogee Creek, Inc Intertribal Pow Wow
1560 Lonnie road - Chipley, FL
Art and Crafts
Bow and Arrow Shoot
Will have a Geneologist to answer questions
Museum and demonstrators
Friday is kids day
Plenty of parking for buses; Contact: Nancy Patterson Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
November , 2016 ~ Eighth Annual Native Rhythms Festival
Wickham Park - Melbourne, FL
FREE Admission, Family Friendly Event; Day and Evening Concerts;Food, Jewelry, Drums, Workshops; http://nativerhythmsfestival.com/ more info call 321-452-1671
November , 2016 ~ 50th Annual LIHA Powwow
9039 St. Landry Rd - Lamar-Dixon Expo Center - Arena A ~ Gonzales, AL
PUBLIC WELCOME! BRING FOLDING CHAIRS - (NO ICE CHESTS); DIRECTIONS: Take I-10 to Gonzales, LA. Exit I-10 at Exit 177
—LA HWY 30; EXIT West (Towards Tanger Mall; Left
onto St. Landry Rd.
_ Intertribal & Gourd Dancing Native American Crafts and Food
_ Princess Contest Crafts Demonstrators & Exhibitions
_ Head Singer: Neadom Tucker (Osage) Goose Creek, SC. Head Gourd Dancer: Mel Hoeffling (Morgantown, IN)
_ Head Man: Don Walske (Granbury, TX) MC: Chris Stoltman (Downer’s Grove, IL)
_ Head Lady: René Tucker (Goose Creek, SC.) AD: Darsh DeSilva
2015 LIHA PRINCESS - AMELIA GRACE (COUSHATTA)
FOR INFORMATION: • HOST MOTEL: Clarion 225-647-8000
• TRADERS by application. Mention La. Indian Heritage Group
• Joe Bellanger (email@example.com 504-650-0462• Ascension Parish Tourism 888-775-7990
• Download forms at http://www.liha.webs.com/
• ADA Accommodation Contact: Katherine Hoover TENTATIVE SCHEDULE:
(504) 460-3763 or firstname.lastname@example.org Gourd Dancing (G) Grand Entries (GE):
• ONSITE POWWOW CAMPING - Lamar-Dixon Saturday: G-12Noon GE-1:30pm; G-6pm GE-7:30 pm
225-621-1700 (Reservations - CALL Monday - Friday 9am - Sunday: G-10am GE-1pm
5pm (Ask for Betty or Flo) RV $25-30 amps / $35-50amps
Primitive/Tent $20 Weekend
Admission: Adults $5
Children 12 & Under FREE with Paid Adult
LIHA Members & Uniformed Military/First Responders FREE!
(Dancers/Singers/Participant Pass Available) More info: JOE MILAM 504-837-6085
November , 2016 ~ Tustenuggee Festival Pow Wow
The Oaks Equestrian Center - 211 SW Theodore Oconner Circle - Lake Ciry, FL
Honoring Our Creator, Veterans, Elders, and Each Other - Head Lady - Julie Fawn Craig; Head Man - Wayne Moon; AD - Gary Hayes; Announcer - TBA; Head Veteran - Geaorge Turner; Drum - Ride the Wheel Singers; FREE Admission - Open tto the Public; *4H will parking cars, please donate to our Youth; Dance competition, dancers, storytellers, vendors, flute players. Family Event No Drugs or Alcohol! Bring your lawn chairs. Information Call Doc: 352-339-2828 or email:
email@example.com Vendors & Volunteers Call Donna: 352-222-6990 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
December , 2016 ~ Redhawk Ranch
4110 CR 579 S., Wimauma, FL
Native American Arts and Cultural Festival
LITTLE BIG MOUNTAIN presents a Living Native Village, authentic drumming, dancing and flute with authentic artifacts on display.
Also available archaic unique jewelry, chain saw sculpture, hand crafted tools, art, food, entertainment and much more
No drugs or alcohol allowed
Children under 12/Free
Parking is Free; Info call: 813-634-5352 or visit Website: http://www.thenativewayshop.com/
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