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Last Updated: December 7, 2004

 

Previous 2004 Powwows Archived Here

JUNE AUGUST

June 2 - 9,  2004

Alaska Powwow Cruise

Vancouver, B.C. to Anchorage, AK

David Underwood  877-369-2232

david@powwowcruise.com

 

June 4 - 6, 2004

Blackwater Creek Powwow

Jasper, AL

Karen Cooper

205-648-2529

kcooper@uabmc.edu

 

June 4 - 6, 2004

Native American & Artists' Festival Oakridge, OR

Donations go to Healing of the People Powwow!

Info:  541-782-2821

medicinewindsnews@yahoo.com

 

June 4 - 5, 2004

36th Alabama-Coushatta Contest Powwow
Ballpark - Hwy 190 between Livingston & Woodville, TX.

Livingston, TX
All categories + drum contest + special contests throughout powwow weekend 

Info: Mary Williams, 936-329-8906

ccw1979@excite.com

 

June 4 - 6,  2004  CANCELLED

Wolf River Celebration
Shawano, WI
Educational/Cultural Event, Drum Contest

Info: Susan Greengrass Sader  715-526-8007  wolfrivercelebration@hotmail.com

 

June 4 - 6, 2004 

2nd Mother Earth Intertribal Powwow
Shumway Hill Road

Mount Upton, NY

info: (607) 843-7429email: waukea@nativeweb.net

 

June 4 - 6, 2004

18th Annual Red Earth Festival
Oklahoma City, OK
Competition Powwow. Juried art show

Info: 405-427-5228 dalexander@redearth.org

 

June 5 - 6, 2004

23rd Annual Yuba-Sutter Powwow
Yuba Community College

2088 N. Beale Road

Marysville, CA 
Info: Pat Bennett, 530 749-6196 jgraham@mjusd.k12.ca.us

 

June 5 - 6, 2004

4th Annual Honoring the Lost Nation
Erie Road off Route 283 from Route 91

Eastlake, OH
Info: Bear Plummer, 440-951-1028 debandbear@hotmail.com

 

June 5 - 6, 2004 

2nd Annual Woburn Powwow

Berry Meadows

Woburn, MA
Info: Grandmother Guiding Hawk 781-933-4146

gghawk@earthlink.net

 

June 5 - 6, 2004

22nd Annual Piscataway Festival - Powwow
American Indian Cultural Center

Waldorf, MD
Info: Maurice or Natalie Proctor 301-372-1932 ipowwow2@piscatawayindians.org

Event Website

 

June 5, 2004

Summer Showcase Basketry

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007   918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

June 5, 2004

Blessing of the Fields Powwow

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

2401 12th St. NW

Albuquerque, NM

505-843-7270   800-766-4405

 

June 5, 2004

Usdi Children's Festival 

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

Blowguns, marbles, storytelling, basket weaving and more. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission: $4 per child

888- 999-6007   918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

June 5, 2004

Manataka Women's Meeting - 11:30 

DeSoto Park 

Hwy 7 North at Hwy 70B or

Phil's Family Restaurant (in case of rain)
Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555   Manataka

 

June 5, 2004

Traditional Cherokee Art Class

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

Gourd Making: $40 class fee, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007   918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

June 5 - 6, 2004

Windsor Mt Ascutney Intertribal Powwow

Windsor, VT

Rudy Hanecak III

(802)-674-5910

rjhiii@sover.net    http://www.windsorvt.com

 

June 11 - 13, 2004

Table Mountain's 4th Annual Powwow "Honoring Acorn Makers"
Friant, CA
Crystal Cota, 559-822-2890

ccota@tmr.org

 

June 12, 2004 

The Spirit Lives On Powwow
Sanostee, Dine Nation, NM
RayNahkai@RedValley.bia.edu

 

June 11- 12, 2004

Will Roger's Indian Club  Powwow

Marshfield . Missouri

Tammy Durbin  417-788-2706

valleystar@townsqr.com

 

June 11 - 13, 2004

6th Annual Powwow 

Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation

Mayetta, KS

Micki Martinez, 877-715-6789 ext 3999

powwow@pbpnation.org

http://www.pbpindiantribe.com/

 

June 12 - 13, 2004

3rd Annual Metis Intertribal Gathering

Black Swan Lake, IN

Harry Haskett, 317-788-7436 raventwofethers@ameritech.net

SnowWolf Wagner, 317-523-6291

http://nimkii.org

 

June 12, 2004

Traditional Cherokee Art Class

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

Pottery: $40 class fee, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007   918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

June 17 - 19, 2004

48th Texas Indian Hobbyist Assoc. Powwow
Llano City Park, Llano, TX
Info:  512-243-1931

 

June 18 - 20, 2004

Healing The People Ceremonial Powwow
Crescent Lake Junction, OR
Info: 541-782-2821
medicinewindsnews@yahoo.com

 

June 18 - 20, 2004

Crazy Horse Stampede Rodeo
Crazy Horse Memorial

Anne Ziolkowski

605-673-4681

memorial@crazyhorse.org

http://www.crazyhorse.org

 

June 18 - 20, 2004

16th E. Delaware Nations Powwow

Forksville, PA

Ulla Nass

570-924-9082

sanders159@cs.com

http://mywebpage.netscape.com/lynsanders/home

 

June 18 - 20, 2004

Osage River Powwow

Miller County Fairgrounds

Eldon, MO

Janet Dudley, 573-369-2710

oldjed@yhti.net

 

June 18 - 19, 2004

Quanah Parker Powwow

Cache, OK

Ron Parker

ronparker@att.net

http://home.att.net/~ronparker/wsb/

 

June 18 - 20, 2004

Chief Joseph & Warriors Memorial

Lapwai, ID

James Spencer

208-843-7163

whitebull56@aol.com

 

June 18 - 20, 2004

Riverbank Traditional Powwow

Lansing, MI

Info: Robin   517-393-7236 Robin_Menefee@yahoo.com
riverbankpowwow@yahoo.com

http://geocities.com/riverbankpowwow

 

June 18 - 20, 2004

10th Annual Concert and Powwow Edgewater  Park

Cleveland, OH

216-351-4488

AIECInc@aol.com

 

June 19 - 20, 2004

6th Restoring the Circle Buffalo Powwow

Lowell Fairgrounds, 225 S. Hudson

Lowell, MI 
Lori - 616-364-4697

Wabushna@aol.com

http://GVAIL.greensthings.com

 

June 19 - 20, 2004

Powwow By The Sea

Imperial Beach Pier Plaza

 Imperial Beach, CA
Info: Cori Roberts 619-429-6621

ibpowwow@yahoo.com

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June 19 - September, 5, 2004

Trail of Tears Drama

Tsa La Gi Amphitheater

Dramatic tale, song, dance and folklore. Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

888- 999-6007 

918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

June 19, 2004

Native American Festival
6694 Broad Street

Douglasville, GA

800-661-0013

770-947-5920

http://www.douglasvillecvb.org

 

June 19, 2004

Tinker Inter-tribal Council Powwow
Joe Barnes Regional Park

Midwest City, OK

Wendy Nix

405-739-1293

wnix@midwestcityok.org

http://www.midwestcityok.org

 

June 20, 2004

Manataka Meeting - 11:30 a.m.

Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds
Hwy 70B, Between Hwy 70 E and Hwy 7 N

Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555

Manataka

 

June 25 - 27, 2004

Summer Gathering at Manataka

Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds

Hot Springs National Park, AR

Lee Standing Bear Moore

501-627-0555

manataka@myexcel.com

http://www.manataka.org

No vendors

 

June 25 - 27, 2004

5th New Windsor Intertribal Powwow

Rodeo Grounds

New Windsor, IL

Jeannie Herbert,  309-667-2214

tribtres@winco.net

www.ciopo-inc.com

 

June 25 - 27, 2004 

Saddle Lake First Nations Powwow
Saddle Lake, Alberta, Canada
Info:
pocahantas_03@hotmail.com

Event Website

 

June 25 - 27, 2004

27th Great Lakes Traditional Powwow
Wilson, MI
Arlene Boelter, 906-466-8186

 

June 26, 27, 2004

Annual Summer Festival

Kanatsiohareke Mohawk Community

4934 State Highway 5

Fonda, NY 12068

518-673-5356

Info:  kanatsio@hotmail.com

http://www.mohawkcommunity.com

    

June 26, 2004

Summer Showcase Contemporary Art

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007   918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

June 26 - 27, 2004

Pi-Um-Sha Powwow

Warm Springs, OR

Cassie Katchia

541-553-1196

 

June 28 - September 25, 2004

Southeast Homelands Traditions Exhibit

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007 

918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

JULY

July 2 - 4, 2004

Midnight Sun Intertribal Powwow

Tanana Valley Fair Grounds

Fairbanks, AK

Bob Gilcrease

(907) 456-2245

info@midnightsunpowwow.org

http://www.midnightsunpowwow.org

 

July 3, 2004

Manataka Women's Meeting - 11:30 

DeSoto Park 

Hwy 7 North at Hwy 70B or

Phil's Family Restaurant (in case of rain)
Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555

Manataka

 

July 4 - 5, 2004

Wagon Trails Powwow

Jefferson ( Ashtabul, OH

Don & Debby Lane

330-326-3248

dlane4@msn.com

 

July 8 - 11, 2004

Sac & Fox Nation 41st Annual Powwow

Sac & Fox Powwow Grounds

5 1/2 miles south of Stroud, OK on Hwy 99

 

July 9 - 11, 2004

3rd. Sacred Gatherings Powwow

Larkspur / Monument, CO

Marcia Mason

720-838-6722

gdayguys@msn.com

 

July 9 - 10, 2004

4th Annual Market Lake Powwow

Roberts, ID

Art Jensen

208-529-8892

 

July 10, 2004

Indian Arts Appraisal Day

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

Bring 3 pieces of Indian art/artifacts for appraisal by expert Indian art appraisers. 12 to 5 p.m. - $5 per piece 

888- 999-6007 

918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

July 10, 2004

Usdi Children's Festival 

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

Blowguns, marbles, storytelling, basket weaving and more. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission: $4 per child

888- 999-6007 

918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

July 10, 2004

Summer Showcase - Beadwork 

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

888- 999-6007 

918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

July 17, 2004

Summer Showcase Basketry

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007 

918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

July 18, 2004

Manataka Meeting - 11:30 a.m.

Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds
Hwy 70B, Between Hwy 70 E and Hwy 7 N

Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555

Manataka

 

July 22 25, 2004

2004 Wendake's Meeting Ground of Nations 

Wendake, Quebec, Canada

Traditional dances contest. Native craftsmen Canoe race and Lacrosse match

Info: Louis-Karl P. Sioui at (418) 843-5550 louiskarl.sioui@cnhw.qc.ca

www.wendake.ca

 

July 23 - 25, 2004

Southern Exposure

Knoxville, TN

Valerie Brestel-Ohle

865-609-0574

nagi@wisdomkeepers.org

 

July 23 - 25, 2004

Coeur d'Alene Encampment & Powwow

Julyamsh!

Greyhound Park

Post Falls, ID

Info:  Leanne SiJohn  1-800-523-2464

lsijohn@cdacasino.com

www.cdacasino.com

 

July 24, 2004

Summer Showcase Contemporary Art

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007 

918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

July 24 - 25, 2004

Indian Brave Campground Powwow

Zelienople, PA

Jalee Tuma

724-843-5001

powwowmom2000@yahoo.com

 

July 31 - August 1, 2004

Tuma Family Wacipi

Stoneboro, PA

Jalee Tuma

724-843-5001

powwowmom2000@yahoo.com

 

July 31, 2004

Summer Showcase Pottery

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007 

918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

August 7, 2004

Summer Showcase Bead Work

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007   918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

August 7, 2004

Manataka Women's Meeting - 11:30 

DeSoto Park 

Hwy 7 North at Hwy 70B or

Phil's Family Restaurant (in case of rain)
Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555

Manataka

 

August 13 15, 2004

Spirit of the North Competition Powwow

Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation and

Nelson House Medicine Lodge

Manitoba, Canada

Info: Kevin Hart, Chair, (204) 484-2414

Judy Wood, Vice-Chair, (204) 679-2341 

Rose Hart, (204) 484-2332 (204) 484-2341

OVER $70,000 IN PRIZE MONEY

 

August 14 - 15, 2004

Natchez Trace Powwow

Franklin, TN

April Cantrell or Shelia Jones

615-591-1682

arrowhead47@comcast.net

 

August 14, 2004

Summer Showcase Basketry

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007   918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

August 14 - 15, 2004

Blue Water Indian Celebration

Port Huron, MI

Anna Garrett

http://www.bwic.org

 

August 15, 2004

Manataka Meeting - 11:30 a.m.

Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds
Hwy 70B, Between Hwy 70 E and Hwy 7 N

Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555

Manataka

 

August  20 - 22, 2004

Mantel Rock Powwow
2897 Eggners Ferry Road

Benton, KY
Info: Tina Zinsle  

270-965-0220 or 270-965-5882 
MorngShadow@aol.com

 

August 21, 2004

Summer Showcase Pottery

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007   918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

August 21 - 22, 2004

48th Annual O-Sa-Wan Powwow

Belvidere, IL

Mike Hayford & Chris Stoltman

773-418-1452

osawan48@hotmail.com

http://www.mascoutin.com

 

August 27 - 29, 2004

Khowutzl Warmland Powwow

Cowichan Tribe's Sl'em Soccer Field

Vancouver Island

Duncan, British Columbia

Info:  Lester & Elizabeth Joe  250-709-2248

truhrt23@yahoo.com   lej_52@hotmail.com

This will be a very special event.  May many blessings

be upon them.

 

August 27 - 29, 2004

WVC Festival & Contest Powwow

Granger Park, 3500 South 3600 West

West Valley City, UT

Harry James Sr. 801-973-2078

harryjamessr@hotmail.com

James Chrishel  801-973-2078

 

SEPTEMBER

September 3 - 5, 2004 

Cherokee National Holiday 

Cherokee Heritage Center

Admission: $1.00 

Festivities in conjunction with activities in Tahlequah, OK.

888- 999-6007   918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

September 4, 2004

Manataka Women's Meeting - 11:30 

DeSoto Park 

Hwy 7 North at Hwy 70B or

Phil's Family Restaurant (in case of rain)
Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555

Manataka

 

September 4, 2004

Survival Training Seminar I - 9 am - 4 pm

Basics and Overview.  Learn Indian and special forces survival techniques in any type weather, terrain and circumstance.  Four seminar series. $25 - one seminar / $20 ea. for all four.  Lunch and refreshments included.

Location to be announced
Hot Springs, AR   
501-627-0555

Manataka

 

September 4 -  5, 2004

Honoring Our Elders Traditional Powwow

Oceana County Fairgrounds

Hart, MI

Info:  Pat Beatty, 231-894-8361

 

September 10 - 12, 2004

6th Annual Powwow & Veterans Gathering

Wayne, WV

Shadow Wolf or Jesse Smith

304-272-3859

veterans@shadowwolf.org

http://www.shadowwolf.org

 

September 10 - 12, 2004

2nd Annual American Indian Days

Woodson Terrace City Park

Woodson Terrace, MO

Martin Quintanilla 

636-978-8732

moindiancouncil@aol.com

 

September 10-12, 2004

Trader's Village 42nd National Championship Powwow

Dallas-Ft.Worth Inter-Tribal Association

Traders Village Grand Prairie
2602 Mayfield Rd.
Grand Prairie, TX 75052
972-647-2331  972-647-8585
E-mail: dfwinfo@tradersvillage.com

 

September 11, 2004 10 AM to 5PM

2004 Frontier Family Reunion   
Fort Pitt Museum
Fort Pitt, PA

Doug MacGregor, 412-281-9285 ext 15  dmacgregor@state.pa.ua
Kenneth E Girty, 724-789-7505 kegfdl@aol.com 
http://www.fortpittmuseum.com/.www.fortpittmuseum.com

September 11, 2004

Survival Training Seminar II - 9 am - 4 pm

Food & Shelter.  Learn Indian and special forces survival techniques in any type weather, terrain and circumstance.  Four seminar series. $25 - one seminar / $20 ea. for all four.  Lunch and refreshments included.

Location to be announced
Hot Springs, AR   
501-627-0555

Manataka

 

September 11 - 12, 2004

43rd Annual Grand Valley Powwow

Grand Rapids, MI

Lori

Wabushna@aol.com

http://GVAIL.greensthings.com

 

September 11 - 12, 2004

Gathering of Frontier Families & Tribes
Fort Pitt, Pittsburgh, PA
Ken Girty

724-789-7505 
607 Oak Lane
Renfrew, PA   16053

kegfdl@aol.com 

 

September 11, 2004

Traditional Cherokee Art Class

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

Southeastern Beadwork: $40 class fee, 

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007    918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

September 17 - 19, 2004

Tecumseh Arts Festival & Powwow
Tecumseh Collective of Aboriginal Visual Artists 

Native Men's Residence & Tumivut Youth Shelter.  

Fort York, 100 Garrison Road

Toronto, Canada
Info:  fortyork@toronto.ca.  416-392-6907

 

September 17 - 19, 2004

Council Tree Powwow 

Confluence Park 

Delta, CO

Wilma Erven 800-874-1741

counciltree@doci.net

 

September 17 - 19, 2004
Eastern Shawnee Powwow

Oneida Street 
Seneca, MO
866-674-3786

417-623-5987 or 918-666-2435
Larry Lippitt or Glen Brock

llippitt@yahoo.com

 

September 17 - 19, 2004

Makato Wacipi

Mankato, MN

Vicki Lockard

mahkatowacipi@aol.com

http://www.turtletrack.org/MahkatoWacipi/

 

September 17 - 19, 2004

2004 Southern Ute Fair

PO Box 766
Ignacio, CO
Info: Lark GoodTracks 970-563-0100

September 18, 2004

Survival Training Seminar III - 9 am - 4 pm

Injury & Rescue.  Learn Indian and special forces survival techniques in any type weather, terrain and circumstance.  Four seminar series. $25 - one seminar / $20 ea. for all four.  Lunch and refreshments included.

Location to be announced
Hot Springs, AR  501-627-0555  Manataka

 

September 18 - 19, 2004

Bush Memorial Walk In Spirit Powwow

Hastings, MI

Valerie Allmon

vkallmon@yahoo.com

 

September 18 -19, 2004

29th Trail of Courage Living History Festival

Fulton County Museum, 

37 E 375 N (off N. US 31) 

Rochester, Indiana 

Info: Melinda Clinger  (574) 223-4436

address--fchs@rtcol.com

 

 

September 18 - 19, 2004

12th Four Winds Powwow
Killeen Special Events Center - 

Killeen/Ft. Hood, TX.
Info: Four Winds

Box 10035 - Killeen, Texas 76547-0035

Doll Alexander (254) 493-8835

fourwinds@seacove.net 
www.fourwindstx.org

 

September 18 - 19, 2004

Ohio Native Ancestral Assoc. Powwow

George Rogers Clark Park

Springfield, OH

Info: Debbie L. Mason raven@bright.net

 

September 19, 2004 - 2 to 3 p.m.

Cherokee Local History Lecture

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

888- 999-6007   918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

September 19, 2004

Manataka Meeting - 11:30 a.m.

Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds
Hwy 70B, Between Hwy 70 E and Hwy 7 N

Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555

Manataka

 

September 20 - 21, 2004

Trail of Tears Commemorative Ride

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tsa La Gi Amphitheater

Tahlequah, OK

100,000 motorcycles travel the trail

Food, live music, guided tours and attractions.

888- 999-6007     918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

September 21, 2004

Smithsonian American Indian Museum Opening 

Washington Mall, Washington, DC.

15 years of planning, 250,000 square foot museum is set to open will house over 800,000 objects and will represent a 10,000 year time span.

 

September 25, 2004

Survival Training Seminar IV - 9 am - 4 pm

Outdoor Field Class.  Learn Indian and special forces survival techniques in any type weather, terrain and circumstance.  Four seminar series. $25 - one seminar / $20 each for all four.  Lunch and refreshments included.

Location to be announced
Hot Springs, AR  501-627-0555  Manataka

 

September 25, 2004

Holston Conference, The Gathering 

Bill Miller Concert
Coker Creek

Near Vonore, TN

Contact:  Vicki Collins

 

OCTOBER

October 2 - December 31, 2004

9th Cherokee Homecoming Art Show/Sale

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

888- 999-6007     918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

October 2, 2004

Manataka Women's Meeting - 11:30 

DeSoto Park 

Hwy 7 North at Hwy 70B or

Phil's Family Restaurant (in case of rain)
Hot Springs, AR       501-627-0555

Manataka

 

October 7 - 8, 2004

Children's Ancient Cherokee Days

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

Blowgun shooting, stickball games, arrowhead hunts, basket and pottery-making demos, storytelling, puppet shows and face painting.

888- 999-6007      918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

October 8 - 10, 2004

Mount Shasta Gathering of Tribes and World Music Festival

Native Bands of All Nations

Focus on Alternative Healing and Energy

Riverside Park

Grants Pass, OR

Jack Falls-Rock

541-472-0215

ajumawi@yahoo.com

 

October 8 - 10, 2004
18th Annual He Sapa Wacipi

Rapid City, South Dakota
605-341-0925
605-718-8782
info@blackhillspowwow.com
www.blackhillspowwow.com

 

October 9 - 10, 2004

Cherokee Kanuche Festival

Kanuche making demonstrations and tasting, arts and crafts booths, live music, traditional Cherokee games and a chili cook-off. Events are held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

Cherokee Heritage Center - Tahlequah, OK

888- 999-6007  918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

October 16 - 17, 2004

3rd Annual Fall CIEA Benefit Powwow

Merced, CA

Mike Hermann

209-726-9620

cieacvchapter@hotmail.com

 

October 16 - 17, 2004

Four Bay Winds Gathering

Havre de Grace, MD

Rev. Amy Paul (Blessing Bird)

410-942-0542

 

October 17, 2004

Manataka Meeting - 11:30 a.m.

Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds
Hwy 70B, Between Hwy 70 E and Hwy 7 N

Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555

Manataka

 

October 23 - 24, 2004

Euharlee Native American Festival

Osborne Park Downtown 

Euharlee, GA

P O Box 1055, Adairsville, GA 30103

Sam Hinson 770-546-7191 

Joey Pierce 404-377 4950

Jerry Lang 256 492 5217

 

October 23 - 24, 2004

Harvest Moon Powwow

Carson Park, Paducah KY

Info:  Stella Brown
110 Main St, Marion,  KY 42064
270-988-2605

October 23, 2004

Traditional Cherokee Art Class

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

Marble Making: $40 class fee, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007    918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

October 23 - 24, 2004

Gathering of the People

Lazybrook Park

Tunkhannock, PA

Info: Kathy Jackson, 570-836-3344
windhawksdaughter@hotmailcom

tricieo@ptd.net  570-836-7859
keyrocker@aol.com
607-775-2377

October 24, 2004 - 2 to 3 p.m.

Cherokee Local History Lecture

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

888- 999-6007    918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

October 30 - 31, 2004
Thundercloud Scholarship Powwow

Bossier Civic Center
Bossier City, LA
866-415-9456
318-219-8500  318-219-8509 fax
Jerry & Elaine Fairbanks

ElaineFairbanks@aol.com

 

October 30, 2004

Cherokee Genealogy Conference

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

Registration $25, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

888- 999-6007 

918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org


NOVEMBER

November 5 - 7, 2004

18th Annual AIA Orlando Powwow

Orlando, FL

Clara Spurlock

407-656-2170

aiaofflorida@hotmail.com

 

November 5 - 7, 2004

Great Salt Water Powwow

Onslow County Fairgrounds 

near Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, NC

Info: Teresa Morris  252-354-5905

teresa@teresamorris.com

www.coastalcarolinaindians.com

 

November 6, 2004

Traditional Cherokee Art Class

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

Hide Tanning: $40 class fee, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007    918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

November 6, 2004

Manataka Women's Meeting - 11:30 

DeSoto Park 

Hwy 7 North at Hwy 70B or

Phil's Family Restaurant (in case of rain)
Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555

Manataka

 

November 6, 2004

Native American Festival

American Indian Society of the 
University of Delaware

325 Academy Street

Newark, DE

Info:  Linda Zieber, 2115 Swinnen Drive
Wilmington, DE  19810
302-475-3929
linda2115@aol.com

 

November 7, 2004

Cherokee Nature Tour - Birds

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

$5 tour - 2 p.m.

888- 999-6007      918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

November, 11 -13, 2004

White Buffalo Society Powwow

Market of Marion - Hwy 441

Belleview, FL

Lone Wolf Holcomb (352) 625-2279 

LnWolfH@cs.com 

Lady Hawk  352-625-7174 

Two Ponies 352-625-1402

Morning Dove 352-625-1386

 

November, 18 -19, 2004

2nd Healing American Indian Nations 

Hyatt Regency of Los Angeles

771 South Hope St., L.A., CA 90017
(213) 683-1234

Info: Dr.  Rose L. Clark  213-202- 3970
Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and Latino Behavioral Health Institute

RoseLClark@aol.com

http://www.laindianhealth.com/

 

November 19 - 21, 2004

MIEG Fall Powwow

Columbia, SC

Paul Gowder

803-361-1160

pgowder@powwows.com

http://www.powwows.com/mieg

 

November 19 - 21, 2004

Shu-Shu-Gah Lodge Indian Powwow

Alpine, NJ

Ken Hood

718-541-1108

khood@siuh.edu

 

November 19 - 21, 2004

Honoring our Children Powwow

Paul Bowers Auditorium, Hallowed Hills

I-70 to exit 157 go east .08 miles to Hallowed Hills

Zanesville, Ohio
Host Drum: Whitehawk, Ponca Drum
Head Singer: Sterling Big Bear Jr.
Invited Drums:  Many Voices, Thunder Nation
Head Male Dancer:  Shawn Begay, Dene Nation
Head lady Dancer:  Sharon Rose Whitewing, Ho-Chunk, Ponca 
Master of Ceremonies:  Jasper Mithlo 

Arena Director:  Kenny Irwin
Info: Steve or Bruce at 740-450-7086
Mothernature debbie587_2000@yahoo.com

 

November 20, 2004

2nd Traditional Powwow Along the Owashtinong Van Andel Museum Center

Grand Rapids, MI

Ben Williams, 272 Pearl Street NW 49504
616-363-5100
ben@anishinabek.com         
www.anishinabek.com


November 21, 2004

Manataka Meeting - 11:30 a.m.

Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds
Hwy 70B, Between Hwy 70 E and Hwy 7 N

Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555

Manataka

 

November 21, 2004

Cherokee Nature Tour - Plants

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

$5 tour - 2 p.m.

888- 999-6007    918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

November 26, 27, 28/2004

Skeetchestn Traditional Powwow

Honouring Our Natural Resources

Savona, British Columbia

Info: Janet Deneault, Special Events Coordinator 

(250) 373-2493 or Toll Free 1-866-373-2493

drwende@telus.net

DECEMBER 

December 4, 2004

Manataka Women's Council Party - 11:30 

Phil's Family Restaurant
Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555

Manataka

 

December 4, 2004

Traditional Cherokee Art Class

Cherokee Heritage Center

Tahlequah, OK

Hide Tanning: $40 class fee, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

888- 999-6007    918-456-6007

education@cherokeeheritage.org

http://www.cherokeeheritage.org

 

December 11, 2004

Second Annual Winter Social

Caldwell High School, 

3401 S. Indiana

Caldwell Idaho

Host Drum: Dancing Eagle, Lapwai Idaho
MC: Andre Picard Jr  Lapwai Idaho
Arena Director: Cedric Decory Kuna Idaho
Storytelling Competition

Info: Ron Sam,  208 455 7584
1504 Ellis Ave
Caldwell, Idaho 83605
smokecreeksam@aol.com
www.redriverpowwow.org


December 19, 2004

Manataka Meeting - 11:30 a.m.

Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds
Hwy 70B, Between Hwy 70 E and Hwy 7 N

Hot Springs, AR

501-627-0555

Manataka

 

December 25, 2004

Siksika Nation Christmas Powwow

Box 1200, Siksika, Alberta Canada
Info:  (403) 734-5600
Siksikatourism@hotmail

   

 

 

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