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2007 Powwow & Events Calendar

 

This page is maintained by Jody Morning Flower French-Applewhite

Morning Flower is of Lakota and Cherokee descent and a long-time

member of good standing with Manataka.  She plays flute and raises rabbits.

She is recognized as a Keeper of the Medicine Lodge and wise elder.

 

 

 

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"Powwow was an Algonquin term, "pau-wau" or "pauau", which referred to a gathering of medicine men and spiritual leaders. "Pau-wauing" referred to a religious ceremony, usually one of curing. In the 1800's the European explorers observing these religious gatherings and dances mispronounced the word as powwow.  Jennings, The Invasion of America, p. 241. In 1646 the Massachusetts General Court decreed that “no Indian shall at any time pawwaw, or perform outward worship to their false gods, or to the devil....” ~From William Marder

 

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JANUARY

January 1, 2006

New Years Eve / Sobriety Inter-tribal Powwow
Townsend Center Gym
855 N. 12th St.,  Richmond, IN

Albert RunningWolf  765-647-4947

rwaimin@earthlink.net

 

January 1, 2006

2nd Indianapolis Sobriety Powwow

Indianapolis, IN

Dave Big Heart Arnold  317-271-8311

chairman.nimkii@unitedmetis.org

http://nimkii.org

 

January 1, 2006

6th Annual New Years Sobriety Gathering

Union Community Center, Union Rd, Philippi WV

This event is also a benefit event to collect food items for the AAIWV Food Banks and also to help raise funds for the "Feast of the East" Drum Conference to be held in July 2006.

Mel Charlton-Smith
PO Box 32, Tallmansville, WV 26237
304-472-9013
miska1967@aol.com
www.motherearthbeat.net

 

January 1, 2006

Comanche Little Ponies new Years Day Powwow

Apache, OK
Contest Information: Boys & Girls Tiny Tots (ages 0-6) **First place prizes in each category, remaining contestant receive special gifts. Men's Straight, Men's Grass, Women's Cloth, Women's Jingle. Adult: Pay $150.00, $100.00, $50.00 ( per category - no age limit) Junior Girls Cloth Contest (ages 13-16) pay $150.00, $100.00, $75.00 plus trophies. Sponsored by Byron, Marion & Jeremy Gooday.

Lowell Nibbs   580-583-5279


January 7 - 8, 2006

Red Paint Powwow 
Silver City, NM
3rd Annual Contest Powwow - All Categories.  Head Staff and Host Drums TBA.    Apache Gaan Dancers, Hoop Dancer, Social Dances. 

Joe Saenz  505-534-1379

apache@redpaintpowwow.net

http://www.redpaintpowwow.net


January 7, 2006

Tecumseh Lodge Mid-Winter Pow Wow
Danville, IN

Hendricks County Fairgrounds, Danville, IN

Gourd dancing Saturday at 1pm and 7pm

The intertribal dance sessions will be at 2:30pm and 8pm. Food - motels available nearby. $1 admission 12 and over.

Ray Kappmeyer   317-745-2858

powwow@tecumsehlodge.org

http://www.tecumsehlodge.org

 

January  14, 2006

Morning Star Pow Wow

John Carroll School, Bel Air, MD

Benefit powwow for St Labre Indian School of Ashland, MT. Students and representatives of the school will attend. Doors open at 11am, Gourd Dancing at 12:30PM, Grand Entry at 1PM, and a feed for all singers, dancers and elders at 4PM. MC is Clayton Old Elk. Head Dancers are Frank Little Bear and Marie Dancing Feather. Host drum is Little Horse. Invited drums are Black Horse Butte, Sweet Water, White Buffalo Singers, and Bum Kneez. All are welcome.

Gary Scholl
703 Churchville Rd., Bel Air, MD 21014
410-838-8333 ex 2002
glsjcs@yahoo.com

 

January  14, 2006

International Peace Pow Wow 2006    

Enmax Centre, 2510 Scenic Dr. South

Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

Competiton Pow-Wow, 9 Adult, 7 Teen & 7 Junior Categories + Specials & Miss Blackfoot Canada Pageant; Traders Welcome

Mary Ann Crow Healy 403-327-6807 403-327-5095

blackfoot@shawbiz.ca

http://www.blackfoot.ca

 

January 14 - 15, 2006 

Spokane Indian Rez Anniversary Celebration

Wellpinit, WA
Contest Dancing All Categories 1881 WARRIORS Special $500, $300, $200 Sponsored by: George Flett, Koke Brown, David Brown Eagle Boy's Traditional Special Sponsored by Isaiah Wynne Cash Prizes to be announced. All Drums and Dancers Welcome. Raffle items Galore!

Inez Hubert, 509-258-7253


January 20 - 22, 2006 

1st Gilbert Powwow and Gathering
Gilbert, AZ

Powwow Committee, 602-595-3609

http://gilbertpowwow.com/

 

January 21, 2006

John Trujillo Memorial Powwow
Desert View High School Gymnasium
4101 E. Valencia Road, Tucson Az

Sponsored by Soutwest Gourd Society

Host Southern Drum: Panther Creek; Host Northern Drum: Standing Soldier.  All Drums Welcome with drum money. 
Southwest Gourd Society
1952 Roadrunner Rd., Tucson, AZ 85719
Michelle Thomas  520-628-7900
basaldu@email.arizona.edu

 

January 21, 2006 
Winter Pow Wow
Washington, DC

Native Youth Alliance, 928-542-0007

nya_dc@hotmail.com

 

January 21, 2006 
Birthday Honor Dance for Hannah Grace Long
8Mi. North of Lawton, OK
Men's Straight,Women's Cloth, Jr.Boy's Straight (8-15), Jr. Girls Cloth (8-15). Special Invitaion to the Comanche Nation Princess Jessica Blossum Tahah, and other Princesses.   Co-host are the Comanche War Scouts, OK Gourd Dance Club, and Walters Service Club.

Tonyelle Long  580-512-1904

580-429-8290

 

January 21 - 21, 2006

University of Washington AISC Winter Pow Wow 

Seattle, WA

Mona Daniels   206-685-4147

asuwaisc@u.washington.edu

http://aisc.asuw.org

 

January 27 - 29, 2006

Mul-Chu-Tha Fair Rodeo & Powwow 
Sacton, AZ

Dance Contests Golden age – Men & Women Adult Men: Fancy, Grass, Northern & Southern Traditional. Adult Women: Fancy, Jingle, Northern & Southern Traditional. Teen Boys and Girls: Fancy, Jingle, Grass, Traditional. Junior Boys and Girls: Fancy, Jingle, Grass, Traditional, Tiny tots Bird Singing/Bird Dancing $3.00 No admission fee for dancers and singers. $4.00 Senior 55+ $6.00 Adult 13-54 $4.00 Children 6-12 FREE 5& under. Prize money TBA. Head Staff: Southern Drum - YB Style, Phoenix, AZ; Northern Drum - Whispering Creek, Phoenix, AZ; Head Man Dancer - Lydall Yazzie, Flagstaff, AZ; Head Woman - Shamaray Yazzie, Flagstaff, AZ; Arena Director - Donald Sabori, Gila River Indian Community; Head Gourd Dancer - Josephy Sekayouma, Sacaton, AZ; Co-Emcee - Gabriel Ayala, Tucson, AZ; Co-Emcee - Louie Cervantes, Gila River, Indian Community.  Food and Craft Vendors ONLY call Gila River Fair 502-562-6087or  502-562-6032

Gila River Recreation   520-562-6092

 

FEBRUARY

February 4, 2006

Livermore Pow Wow
Livermore, CA

Womens Southern Traditional; Kimple Family Special
$3 - $2 - $1; Mens Southern Straight; Keka Family Special $3 - $2 - $1; Mens Northern Traditional: Johnson Family Special $3 - $2 - $1; Mens Grass
Jude Cruz Special.

Smoke Johnson   925-784-2891

smokey_jo49@yahoo.com


February 4, 2006
Elmira Winter Pow-Wow
24936 Fir Grove, ELMIRA, OR

Natives Program Eugene School Dist 4J, OR

Arena Director: Victor Fry

Joe Brainard   541-914-9984

brainard_j@4j.lane.edu

 

February 4 -  5, 2006
Blanke Trade Pow-Wow 

Native American Intertribal Contest 

Lancaster, OH
This is an indoor Intertribal Pow-Wow.  A Native American Culteral Event.  There will be drumming and dancing along with a variety of Native American artists.  We will have educational information and demos.

740-328-8671

lonewolfcreations@hotmail.com

 

February 9 - 12, 2006
35th Seminole Tribal Fair

Hollywood, FL

Head Staff: Dale Old Horn, Crow, MT--Emcee; Lawrence Baker, New Town, ND--Emcee; Damon Roughface, Pawnee, OK--Arena Director; Ronnie GoodEagle, Flandreau, SD--Arena Director; Salina No Ear Todome, Tulsa, OK--Head Lady Judge; Delbert Wapass, Saskatchewan, Canada--Singing Judge.

Seminole Tribe

954-797-5551

http://www.seminoletribe.com

 

February 11 and 12, 2006

Wild Horse Tenth Annual Powwow
North Torrance High School, Torrance, CA

3620 W. 182nd Street, Torrance, California 90504
Free Admission. All Drums and Dancers Welcome. Vendors:  $150.00 both days, $100.00 1 day. 

(310) 987-1274

wildhorsesingers@yahoo.com

 

February 17 - 18, 2006

Hobiyee 2006 Powwow

Prince Rupert, BC
Hosted by Gitamaxmak'ay Nisga'a Dancers

Hobiyee is the celebration of Nisga'a New Year.  First Nations Cultural Groups perform for the two day event.

Valerie Stewart

250-624-3161

blairval@citytel.net

 

February 18, 2006

3rd Honoring the Children Pow Wow
UWP Frank J. Petretti Fieldhouse, Kenosha, WI

Sacred Circle, the Indigenous Peoples’ Student Organization at the University of Wisconsin – Parkside 

sacredcirclevendors@yahoo.com  

Joe Duncan  - 414-378-2876

sacredcircle@uwp.edu

Becky Coan-Henderleiter - 262-658-3880

sacredcirclevendors@yahoo.com 

http://www.uwp.edu/clubs/sacred.circle/


February 18, 2006
Winter Powwow of Kansas City

1800 So. 55th St., Kansas City, KS

Indian Council of Many Nations

Dick Porch

913-888-1563

rporch@sbcglobal.net

http://www.kc-icmn.org


February 18, 2006

NC School of Science and Math Powwow
1219 Broad Street,
Durham, NC

We strive to have a friendly powwow where all people feel welcome.  We feed all singers and dancers at the supper break and have a T-shirt give-away during the evening portion of the powwow.  Grand Entries are at 1:00 PM and 7:00 PM.  We conclude the powwow at 10:00.  We emphasize lots of intertribal and exhibition dancing with no breaks once the powwow gets going.  The powwow is put on by the Indian students at the NC School of Science and Math which is an advanced residential high school for students from all over North Carolina. 

Joe Liles

919-416-2730

liles@ncssm.edu

http://ncssm.edu/powwow


February 18, 2006

Native Amer. Family Wellness & Social Pow Wow
Convention Center, Tucson, AZ

Bonnie Robles

520-879-6151

 

February 18, 2006

3rd Honoring Children Traditional Pow Wow 

Sports Center, Frank Petretti Field house, UW – Parkside, 900 Wood Road, Kenosha, WI

Joe Duncan, Sacred Circle President
414-378-2876
sacredcircle@uwp.edu
http://www.uwp.edu/clubs/sacred.circle/index.htm
sacredcircle@uwp.edu

 

February 18, 2006

14th Birthday Pow Wow for Russell Cozad, Jr

Comanche Community Center, Apache OK

M.C.  Michael Spears, Lakota; HMD   John Maker,Osage
HLD   Jessica Tahah; HGD   Anthony Monoessy; HGDS  Edgar RedBone; HWDS  Kenneth Cozad; A.D.  Keith Wetselline.  Contest: Drum, Men's Straight and Women's Cloth

Carla   580-695-6891
5003 Avalon, Lawton, OK  73501
cwhiteman@lawtonps.org

February 18 - 19, 2006

9th Annual United San Antonio Pow Wow
4522 Fredericksburg Road,
San Antonio, TX
Vendors are juried.

Erwin DeLuna   210-736-7822

NativeAmerican@netscape.net

http://www.unitedsanantoniopowwow.org/


February 25, 2006

2006 Winter Benefit Dance
Near Claim Street, Aurora, IL

Mike Hayford

847-721-9165

pres@mascoutin.com

http://www.mascoutin.com

 

February 25, 2006

Honor Dance for Miss, Jr. Miss, Miss & Little Miss Indian
1111 Southwest 89th St., Oklahoma City, OK

Miss Indian Okla. City - Lacey Montemayor - Jr. Miss Indian Okla. City - ThomasAnn Kaudle Kaule - Little Miss Indian Okla. City - Susie Factor; Head Gourd Dancer - Ed Yellowfish  - Color Guard - Seminole Nation Honor Guard; Gourd Dance; Raffles - Cake Walk  - 50/50 - Arts & Crafts - Concession.

Shirley Wapskineh   405-632-5227

swapskineh@sbcglobal.net

 

February 26, 2006

Senior Contest Powwow In Memory of  " Paula Brock"

Killeen Community Center, 2201 E. Veterans Memorial Blvd. Killeen, Texas

Four Catagories: Men's Traditional and Southern Straight, Women's Buckskin, and cloth.  Contestants must be 60+ years old.  First place: $100., Second place: $50., Third place: $25.;  Drum: Bull Creek; Head Man: Brian Belding; Head Lady: Emma Ortega; Head Gourd Dancer: Domingo Flores; Mc: Ray Duncan; Arena Director: Juan Pina;  Score Keeper: Charles Smith. 

Four Winds Intertribal Society (254) 542-2386 

P.O. Box 10035  Killeen, TX.  76547-0035

tameroa@hotmail.com

www.fourwindstx.org 

 

MARCH

March 2 - 4, 2006

10th Canyon Echoes Pow Wow

Chinle, AZ

Alesha Chischilly, CEPW President 928-674-8108

Keith Chee   928-674-9548

kchee@chinleusdk12.us.az  

 

March 3 - 4, 2006

Wagon Wheel Benefit Intertribal Powwow

Hwy #278, Barnwell, SC 29812

Primitive camping. Self contained campers welcomed. Vendors move-in Thursday. Must be set up by 8am Friday morning. Pets welcome on leash. Barnwell Days Inn: 803-541-5000 www.daysinn.com/DaysInn/control/home; Carolina Lodge 803-259-2014

Joan Walker   803-258-3504

pettiteindian@yahoo.com

 

March 3 - 5, 2006

Thundering Spirit Powwow

Renninger's Twin Markets, Highway 441

Mount Dora, FL

Native American drumming, dancing, Crafts and Food

Auctions and Raffles through out each day. Special Demonstrations, Games, etc.; MC: Kenneth "Redhawk"; Head Veteran: Walkingfox; Head Man: Enoch Haubenstricher; Head Woman: Kathy Soggs,  Host Drum: Family Drum Singers; Firekeeper: Joe "Quiet Elk"; Color Guard: VFW Post 8087.  

2004 NAMMY Nominee for Best Instrumental Recording: Native Fiddle and flute artist: Arvel Bird; 2002 NAMMY "Flutist of the year": Tommy Wildcat; The Cherokee Road Dancers; The Talako Indian Dancers; Singer/ Songwriter: Crystal Woman; Eagle Dancer: Na-Me Wind Dancer; Story Teller: Sunshine Badger Woman; Special Guest Elder: Kashka - Tlingit Legend Keeper - Story Teller.

352 636-4271 or 800 619-0045 Ext: 61

P.O. Box 1141 Eustis, Florida 32727

tahtonka@earthlink.net

ThunderSpiritFam@netscape.net

http://thunderingspirit.tripod.com

 

March 3 - 5, 2006

MTSU 7th American Indian Festival

Middle Tenn. State Univ. Campus, Tennessee Livestock Ctr 1720 Greenland Drive, Murfreesboro, TN

All Nations Invited! All Eagle Staffs Invited!  All Nations Flags Welcome!! All Drums Welcome! Join our Celebration!! Non-profit - proceeds help to build scholarship fund. Indoor arena - Free parking Camping hookups available. Staff and Special Guests include: Assistant Master of Ceremonies - Ron Colombe (Sincangu Lakota); Assistant Arena Director - Jay Hill (Seneca/Ojibway); Junior Head Dancer - Sykendra Bell (Choctaw); Junior Head Dancer - Cheyenne Arneach (Cherokee, Eastern Band); Miss MTSU Julie E. Ray (Ojibwe, Lac Courte Oreilles/Lake Superior Band); Junior Miss MTSU Kelly Nicole Murphy (Cherokee, Eastern Band)
Little Miss MTSU Brianna Jade Murphy (Cherokee, Eastern Band). Craft and Skills Demonstrators include: Jim Sawgrass - Creek Encampment; Marilyn Huey - Basket Weaving; Ben Kirkland - Atlatl, Flint knapping and Blow Darts; Mary T. Newman - Pottery Making; Tim Deane - Lakota Lodge; Karen Lancaster - Traditional Drum making; Melanie Bender - Bead Weaver; Jim Taylor - Archery; Bear Visnicky - Tomahawk Throwing; Mark Norton - Flint knapping; Andrew Hunter - Silversmith. Also featuring:
Native Concert Stage; Native American Health Fair
Indian Traders Village and Market.
Georgia Dennis   615-898-5645
powwow@mtsu.edu

www.mtsu.edu/powwow
 

March 3 - 5, 2006

Glica's 29th Mid-Winter Powwow

At Gute and Washinton Streets, near M-52 and M-21.  20 miles NE of Lansing and 20 miles W of Flint.    Owosso, Michigan

Northern Drum: Kingfisher's Drum; Southern Drum: WhiteHawk; MC: Dana LaQuay. 

Jack Shumaker  810-6301727

 

March 3 - 5, 2006

Strong Hearts 26 Annual Pow Wow
Route 1, 676 Baseline Road, Winterhaven, CA

Special Contest Men's Grass $400. 300. 200. 100. Jr. Boys Special - All catagories

Faron Owl  760-572-0222

indianed@icoe.k12.us.ca

http://www.sanpasqual.k12.ca.us

 

March 3 - 5, 2006

26th Annual SanPasqual Powwow

Winterhaven, CA. 

(760)-562-0222

 

March 4, 2006

2nd Ardmore HS Fund Raising Powwow

Heritage Hall, 220 W. Broadway St., Ardmore, OK

Sponsored by the DreamCatchers Native American Club and SE OK Inter-Tribal Powwow Alliance

Arts & Crafts, Kid's Contests, Food, Raffles, 50/50.

All Princesses, Veterans, Drums and Dancers Welcome. Bring your own chairs.  MC: Gary Kodaseet, OK City, OK; Head Singer: Anthony Monoessy, (Southern Boys, Lawton, OK); Headman Dancer: J.T. Lile, Lawton, OK; Headlady Dancer: Cristina Star, Stroud, OK; Head Gourd Dancer: Warren Queton, Norman, OK; Arena Director: Billy Bemo, Shawnee, OK; Color Guard: Choctaw Nation Color Guard.

Cedric Ketcheshawno - 580-326-4979 or 580-317-3767

Thomas Cronemeyer - 580-277-9481

sosutlc@yahoo.com

 

March 4 - 5, 2006

Indian Summer Winter Pow Wow

West Allis, WI

15th Annual Traditional Pow-Wow & American Indian Market including a Sunday prayer ceremony at 10am.  Aztec Dancers will perform. Free Sunday prayer ceremony

Del or Diana Porter   414-645-6487

opichikwe@hotmail.com

http://www.indiansummer.org

 

March 4 - 5, 2006

29th Annual Mid Winter Powwow

Baker College, Owosso, MI

Great Lakes Indian  Culture Association

810-630-1727 or 810-636-7287  Rodney Deyo, 734-595-7427

 

March 9, 2006
29th American Indian Training Powwow
Marriot Hotel- 2101 Louisiana Blvd. N.E., Albuquerque, NM  87110
Headman: Jerome Marcus,  Headlady: Le Andra Peters, MC: Otis Half Moon,  Host Drums: Southern Tribe, Other Drums: Star Feather, Arena Director Pat Pacheco,  Vendors contact: Robert @ (505) 255-1623

 

March 10 - 12, 2006

2nd Red Nation Intertribal Powwow

Clinton Farms Nature Preserve, Ephesus Church Rd., Winston, GA

Headman: Gene Futch, Headlady: Fire Joyner, MC: Gary Smith, Host Drums: Badwater, Other Drums: Redemption,  Arena Director: Gary Fuller, Bring chairs, sit and enjoy the entertainment and the spirit of our circle. Native crafts and vendors, native flute, Featuring the flute of: Larry  drumming and singing, primitive camp with native skills and black powder demonstrations, activities for children and adults alike.  Head vets: George McCarver & "Smitty" Smith,  Featuring the flute of: Larry Campbell,  Friday is Kids' Day, All drums, tribal customs, and heritage welcomed, respected and honored. Directions:  From Atlanta, GA, take US Interstate HWY 20 West to Exit #30. On Post Road, Turn left going south. Go to Ephesus Church Road (first right), turn right. Approx. 2.5 miles on the right is Clinton Farms Nature Preserve.  Special thanks: Douglas County Parks/Recreation Departments and Sheriff's Department, Friends of Clinton Farms, RedNation, Inc. Powwow Committee, RedNation, Inc. Webmaster Tony Matzke, Classic Signs, Print Line, The Indian Store, Tri-Spirit Art. 

Vendors: Ruth or Mark Davis, (256)820-6315  ravenspiritwalker@yahoo.com  Zhawn Orion, (404) 313-1541 trizorion@aol.com  

March 10-12, 2006

1st Annual Long Branch Pow Wow
Long Branch Road, Lumberton, NC. 28359
Headman: Jason Blue, Headlady: Angelin L. Locklear,  For information: Lonely Wolf/ Angelin Locklear, (910) 734-1043
 

March 10 - 12, 2006

4th Southern Miss Golden Eagle Intertribal Society And Recreational Sports Contest Powwow

Univ. of So. Mississippi Loyalty, Hattiesburg, MS  

All Drums, Tipis and Lodges are Welcome!  Gourd Dancing, Intertribal Dancing - Dance Contest - Hand Drum Contest - Cultural Presentations, Indian Arts, Crafts, and Foods.  Admission is Free  (Donations are accepted.)  Cultural Presentations; Gourd Dancing; Grand Entry. Head Staff: Co-Emcees:  Harold Comby and Ken Dixon; Head Man Dancer: Stanley Bell; Head Lady Dancer: Deborah Swindoll; Head Gourd Dancer: Ralph Dru; Arena Director: Ken Farmer and Ralph Isaac; Host Northern Drum: TBA; Host Southern Drum: TBA; Head Singer; TBA; Please be respectful and mindful of the campus ploicies and do not bring drugs or alcohol to this event.

Harold Comby (601) 656-5711 

Terry Williamson   interrupt05@hotmail.com   

Joe Bohanon (601) 266-4173   Joseph.Bohanon@usm.edu

Vendors: Mitch Shoemaker (601) 562-2276 or Joe Arnold (601) 554-8470   $100 Arts and Crafts / $125. Food 10' x 10' http://www.usm.edu/geis

(601) 266-4167 fax

 

March 10 -  12, 2006

1st Annual Long Branch Pow Wow

Hwy 72 W. Lumberton, NC

Grand Entry Friday, 6 p.m., Saturday, 12 noon and 6 p.m. Sunday, 1 p.m. Bike and car show Open to the Public,   $2. for adults, children the age of 1-10, keep tickets for whole event. Disability, Handicapped and Senior free
Lonely Wolf   910-272-0523

Angelin Locklear   (910) 734-1043
3625 Hwy 211 W. Unit 17, Lumberton, NC 28360
lumgirl@netscape.com   
 

March 10 - 12, 2006

Butch Schwanderman Memorial Powwow

Crawfordville, FL

All times are subject to Indian Time.  Head Man: John Fields; Head Lady: Cassandra Taylor; MC: John Ferguson; Arena Director: TBA  Host Drum: The Descendents; Guest Drums Welcome. Camp feed for dancers and vendors (Breakfast and dinner); Special guests: Ed Windancer, (Flutist) and Kasha Tlingit, (Storyteller)   Vendors by invitation only- (all spots are currently filled)  Special Guest subject to change.  Admission: Donations

Crickett Chason  (850) 443-8354

lilturtleheart@yahoo.com                                                 

 

March 11 - 12, 2006

Hardeeville Native American Powwow

On the Majestic Savannah River in Hardeeville, SC

We feature Arts, Crafts, Drumming, Dancing, Creek Campsite, Storytelling, and much more. Many Nations and Tribes are represented at this intertribal powwow. For more information and directions contact by phone or email.  Admission: Adults- $5.00, Seniors and Students, $2.00; Children 6 and under are free.  MC: John Blackfeather; Head Man: Mike Cranford; Head Lady: Jeannie Cranford; Arena Director: Joseph Jordan

Mike Benton  (843) 784-2233

mbenton@cityofhardeeville.com

 

March 10 - 12, 2006
Apache Gold Casino Pow Wow
5 miles East of Globe, Hwy 70, San Carlos, AZ.  85550
Headman: Dennison Brown, Headlady: December Ariwate, MC: Russell Standing Rock, Host Drums: Kingbird Singers, Other Drums: Kingbird, and Bad Moon Rising,  Arena Director: Alex O. Sheperd. Contest information: All Categories Boys & Girls 7 - 12 (Boys Trad, Boys So, Boys Fancy, Boys Grass, Girls Trad, Girls So, Girls Fancy, Girls Jingle) 1st $200 2nd $150 3rd $100 Teens 13 - 17 (Teen Boys Trad, Teen Boys So, Teen Boys Grass, Teen Boys Fancy, Teen Girls Trad, Teen Girls So, Teen Girls Fancy, Teen Girls Jingle) 1st $300 2nd $225 3rd $150 Adults 18 - 49 (Mens Trad, Mens So, Mens Grass, Mens Fancy, Mens Prairie Chicken, Womens No Cloth, Womens No Buckskin, Womens So Cloth, Womens So Buckskin, Womens Fancy, Womens Jingle) 1st $600 2nd $400 3rd $200 Sr Adults 50+ (Sr. Mens Trad, Sr. Mens So, Sr. Mens Fancy, Sr. Mens Grass, Sr. Womens Trad, Sr. Womens So, Sr. Womens Fancy, Sr. Womens Jingle) 1st $600 2nd $400 3rd $200  SPECIAL CONTESTS:  Mens Fancy Dance (ages 18 and older) Top 3 cash & prizes, additional consolation prizes, sponsored by headman dancer Dennison Brown & Family  "$1,000 winner take all Womens Southern Cloth" (all ages) with 5 - $100 consolation prizes in honor of Clare Gilbert, sponsored by Dale Gilbert & Family   Womens Jingle Dress Special, sponsored by headlady December Arrow White ,  $10,000 DRUM CONTEST (Day money to all drums that set up before grand entry Friday) 1st $3,000  2nd $2,500  3rd $2,000  4th $1,500  5th $1,000,    Registration opens 4pm Friday and closes after Grand Entry Saturday 1pm (no exceptions)  Host Hotel:  Apache Gold Best Western 1-800-272-2438 press 1, Ask for pow wow rate.

 

March 11 - 12, 2006

36th Annual Pow Wow

California State University, Long Beach, CA 

Master of Ceremony:  John Dawson; Head Man Dancer:

Dennis Alley, Jr; Head Southern Singer: Herschel Kaulaity;

Head Southern Singer: Herschel Kaulaity; Head Lady Dancer:  Starr Robideau; Host Northern Drum: Whitecloud Singers; Arena Director: JR La Plante; Host Gourd: Golden State Gourd Society; Spoonkeeper: Michael Cruz; Featured Artists: Brad Panteah, Silversmith; David Snooks, Gourd Artist. All dancers and drums welcome.  Dancers, registration closes at 2 p.m. Saturday.  Bring chairs. This event is free.

Parking is readily available at no charge, and the campus is handicapped accessible.  Artisans and vendors are invited only.  Please be in compliance with the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 (P.L. 101-644).  Not responsible for theft, loss, accident, injury or personal expenses. No alcohol or drugs. California State law forbids overnight camping. Host Hotel: Guesthouse Suites Int'l $60.00 per night call 1-800-809-0388 and ask for Molly Linabah or leave a message, calls will be returned promptly.

CSU Long Beach, 1250 Bellflower Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90840-1004

(562) 985-4963  csulb_powwow@hotmail.com

Campus map and directions: http://daf.csulb.edu/maps/index.html

 

March 11, 2006
14th Annual Red Creek Mid-Winter Powwow
Dickenson College, Carlisle, PA.  17013 Dickenson College is located between Cherry and West High Streets, 3-4 blocks west of Hanover Street Rte 34 and 641W) in downtown Carlisle. Watch for directional signs.
Headman: Andrew Forsythe, Headlady: Boe Harris, MC: Clayton Old Elk, Host Drums: White Buffalo Singers-David White Buffalo (Northern) Blackbear Singers-Pete Neonie (Southern) Additional Drums: Bum Knees Hill Top / Poccupine, Iroquois Thunder Heart, Mackenzie River, Southern Heart, and Sweet Water.  The Indian Nations Warriors and Veteran Honor Color Guard will be present. Vendors by invitation only.  A block of rooms under the Red Creek Mid-Winter Festival has been reserved at the Carlisle Quality Motel (717-243-6000) and at Days Inn (717-258-4147) until February 1st. You must mention the Red Creek Mid-Winter Festival to receive the special rate! The Quality Motel is on Rte 11, Exit 52 on I-81, or Exit 226 on I-76 (Pa Turnpike). There are restaurants within walking distance of the Kline Center Gym. No Foodis permitted in the gym area.  For information, Don Hockenberry, (717) 677-8026

 

March 11, 2006

Memorial dance in honor of Jo-Jo Rice

Meeker House, Meeker, Oklahoma.  74855

Headman: Randy Moore, Headlady: Alicia Chaino-Ahkeahboh, MC: Don Patterson, Host Drums: Jade Roubideaux, Arena Director: Cletus Gayton.

In  honor of  the late Jo-Jo Rice the family would like to pay their way back into the arena with a memorial dance at Joe Rices Homeplace. The flag of the late Lucien Rice Sr. will be flown in honor of all Sac and Fox Veterans. Joe was a member of the Kiowa Guord Clan and we will guord dance with the Sac and Fox Veterans.  He was also a member of the O-ho-mah Lodge and we will intertribal dance after the evening meal.The family will have their special before the evening intertribals start.. Supper will be served.  Contact Information, Robby, @ (405) 275-7255  sittingchief@yahoo.com

 

March 11, 2006

U.T.A- Native American Student Association Scholarship Powwow

P.O. Box 19350-73, Arlington, TX.  76019

Headman: Harold Rogers, Headlady: Sylvia Rodriguez, MC: Rene Rodriguez, Host Drums: Robert Tejano Drum.  Arena Director Chad Lovette,  Dear Vendor:Thank you for your interest in the 11th Annual NASA-AISES Honors Scholarship Benefit Powwow schedutcd for March 11, 2006.We would appreciate your participation at our event. Thebooth fees are set at $40.00, $80.00, and $120.00 per your selection and we also ask that a small donation be given for raffle to help support the scholarship.  For information: Amanda Johnson @ (918) 607-5020, asj1881@sbcglobal.net  Payment for booth space must be received to confirm space reservation.

 

 

March 18 - 19, 2006

14th “Learning To Walk Together” Pow Wow

Vandament Arena - Northern Mich. Univ (NMU) Marquette, Michigan

Sponsored by the NMU Native American Student Association (NASA).

Steve Knauf
1401 Presque Isle Avenue, Marquette, MI  49855
906-227-1397
cnas@nmu.edu
www.nmu.edu/nativeamericans

March 18 - 19, 2006

American Indian Center Traditional Pow Wow

National Guard Armory, Rochester Minnesota

Sponsored by The American Indian Center of Rochester

All artist, vendors, and drum groups must be registered.  Everyone is welcome.  Grand Entries Sat 1 & 7pm and Sunday 1pm.

Melody   507-202-3547 or 507-361-1233

 

March 23, 2006
TREATY Total Immersion School for Russell Means
79 North 11th St., Brooklyn, NY 11211
Join Russell Means for a screening of his latest movie "Black Cloud" a discussion and information about the school and total immersion concept, meet & greet, signing of Russell's autobiography "Where White Mean Fear to Tread",   silent auction of original Native American art works including some by Russell Means, food & beverages.  Minimum donation $50 per person or $75 per couple - All proceeds  go towards finishing the initial school house for the opening of the first  pre-school class in June 2006.  TREATY is a 501c3 non-profit  Organization.
For information and tickets,see www.russellmeans.com or www.brooklynbrewery.com  For other information, contact Kathy @ 917-626-5283 going_to_the_sun@hotmail.com   http://www.russellmeans.com

 

March 24 - 25, 2006
Wildcat Pow Wow 2006
Cherry Ave. & 2nd St. (Beard Down Field) Tucson, AZ. 85721
Head man: Andrew Windy Boy Jr., Head lady: Tarissa Spoon Hunter,

MC: Ryan Rumley, Host Drums: Thunder Hill, OK., Other Drums: Crazy Horse Singers, Arena Director: Gabriel Avala.  Contest Information: Drum and Dancer Registration: Free Gourd Dancing: Friday 5pm and Saturday 11am and 5pm Grand Entry: Friday 7pm and Saturday 1pm and 7pm Dance Contest: Golden Age 50+, Adults 18-49, Teens 13-17, Juniors 7-12, *Tiny Tots paid daily .  Vendor Information, Arts and Crafts, spaces are limited.  For information contact Tondalia Brown-States @ 520-404-2623 tondalia@email.arizona.edu  

http://www.wildcatpowwow.bravehost.com

 

March 24 - 26, 2006

2006 Circle of Friends Intertribal Powwow

Wiley T. Jones Fairgrounds, Forrest City, Ark.

Hosted by the Circle of Friends Band of the United Metis Tribe. We started our group -- our circle of friends -- and like that circle -- there is no beginning nor an end. Vendors are welcomed -- must RSVP by Feb 1. Primitive camping. Campers please RSVP. Learn about making pottery and basketry with artist and teacher Valene Goetz. Free concert Friday night with Dave White Wolf Trezak. Learn the old southeastern tradition of Stomp Dancing Saturday night. No unauthorized solicitation of any kind - violators will be removed.
Frank or Cinda Brent  (870) 298-2276

 

 

March 25, 2006

Circle of Nations Indian Association 22nd Pow-wow

UMM PE Center, University of MN, Morris, MN

Multi-Ethnic Resource Center

600 E. 4th St, Morris, MN  56267
Join us for the UMM Indian Student Organization Annual Pow Wow  Vendors, dancers and drums wanted.  UMM used to be an Indian Boarding school, so we now offer an American Indian Tuition waiver (free college!) so take advantage of a campus tour while here. 

Linsey McMurrin and Mike Miller

320-589-6094 (Mike)
mcmu0061@morris.umn.edu

 

March 25, 2006

Ahm Shuck Goom Em Thee (Spring Awakening)

Carson City, NV

 

March 25, 2006
7th Annual Student Powwow 
Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Center, 1201 E. 8th St., Dallas, TX.
Head man: David Pohlman - Kiowa, Head lady: Kari-Dawn Williams - Chickasaw, Miss. Choctaw, Sioux,  MC: Harold Rogers - Navajo, Host Drums: Bear Claw, Arena Director: Willie Hitcher,- Cherokee Contest information: All styles combined. Tiny Tots Little Boys & Girls Junior Boys & Girls Teen Boys & Girls. Vendors: Carrie Rouillard: 214-796-3938

Toni Hitcher 214-331-8946 danzakar@yahoo.com   

 

March 25, 2006
Bacone College Powwow

2299 Old Cacone Rd. Palmer Gym, Muskoqee, OK
Head man: Charles Sisk, Head lady: Elizabeth Wright - Miss Indian Oklahoma, MC: George Coser, Host Drums: Rusty Cozad-Head Singer., Arena Director: Ira Kaulay. Contest Information: 4 men's divisions fancy traditional straight grass 4 womens divisions buckskin fancy shaw jingle dress cloth tiny tots. Vendor Information: First come first serve basis, Only 30 spots available.

Cody Leclair @ 918-683-6551 ext. 220, or

Kevin Blackfox @ 918-781-8483 thafoxx60@hotmail.com

 

March 25, 2006
Univ. of Texas Longhorn American Indian Council
Rec. Center, UT, San Jacinto E. 20th St., Austin, TX.
All Head Staff to be announced: Host Drums: Sizzortail. For  Multicultural Info Center @ 512-232-2960/ 512-232-2958 http://studentorgs.texas.edu/laic/

 

March 25 - 26, 2006

18th Annual Natchez Powwow

400 Jefferson Davis Blvd; Natchez, MS  39120

Grand Village of Natchez Indians.  No Contests!  Just lots of Good Singing, Dancing, and Fun!  Masters of Ceremony - Bo Limbaugh; Locust Grove, OK Arena Director - Darsh DeSilva; Round Rock, TX; Head Singer - Brian Queton; Kiowa/Sac &Fox; Cushing, OK; Head Man - Jason Skinner; Conway, AR; Head Lady - TBA; Head Gourd - TBA; Guest Drum - Greywolf; Philadelphia, MS

 

March 25-26, 2006

Powwow Big Spring

Howard College, Big Spring, TX
Robert Downing  432-263-3255
rodond@cox.net
 

March 31 - April 1, 2006

MSU-Billings ITIC Pow Wow

Billings, MT, WA

Head Man - Merle Eagle Speaker; Blackfoot, ID.  Head Lady - Felicia Gallegos; Apache, OK.  MC - Merle Tenday and Jason Goodstriker.  Host Drums - Whitefish Jrs. and Yellowhammer.  Head Yound Man Dancer - Tohee Funmaker  Wisconsin Dells, WI.  Head Young Woman Dancer - Terranne Spotted Bear Fairfax, OK.  Dance Conest Specials - Womens Fancy - Sponsored by Althea James  Womens Jingle - in Honor of Kyrie Windy Boy - Sponsored by the Windy Boy Family.  Womens Traditional - Sponsored by MSU-BILLINGS ITIC PRICESS.  Mens Chichen - Sponsored by Charmayne Four Colors.  Mens Crow Style - in Honor of the Late Print and Sylvester Spotted Bear.  Teen Boys Grass - Sponsored by Tohee Funmaker and Family.  Hand Drum Contest - Sponsored by Josiah Hugs the Bear.  Arena Director: RA Harris.....OK. 

ITIC Office: (406) 657-2182   http://www.msubillings.edu/itic    Vendors: (406) 657-2182

 

March 31 - April 1, 2006

Annual Red Wind Sobriety Pow Wow

Olympia, WA

This is a Substance Abuse Free Powwow.  There will be guest speakers, and the topic is on sobriety and smoke-free lifestyle. MC: Chi Key Wis Sons,  Arena Director: Frank Eagle Speaker.  Vendors fee is $50.00 per space, 1 day.  space is limited to the first 13 callers.

Joyce McCloud   (360) 459-5312

mccloud.joyce@nisqually-nsn.gov     http://nisqually-nsn.gov  

 

March 31 - April 1, 2006

Southern Utah University

Cedar City, UT

Head Man and Head Woman choosen at each session.  MC: Patrick Charles.  Host Drums: Atsa\'Butte Singers.  Contest Powwow. Winner takes all drums. Bring your on PA System.  Arena Director: Benny Wero Sr. 

Tina Calamity  (425) 586-7772 

calamity@suu.edu

 

March 31 - April 1 - 2, 2006
12th Annual IWASIL Celebration
7400 Sand Point Way NE., Seattle, WA.
Host Drums: White Eagle, Perfect Storm, Blacklodge, Arena Director: Johathan Windyboy, Fred Ike, and Everett White. Contest Information: Dance Contest: Golden Age & 7 Adult Categories $500/$300/$200. Teens $300/$200/$100. Juniors $150/$100/$50. Specials: Honor Contest by Cree Warriors Pistol Bullet. Plus other specials. Dance Contest: Golden Age & 7 Adult Categories $500/$300/$200. Teens $300/$200/$100. Juniors $150/$100/$50. Specials: Honor Contest by Cree Warriors Pistol Bullet. Plus other specials. Vendor Information: $200. Arts and Crafts, $200. vendor fee for 3 days. For information contact Iwasil Boys and Girls Club, 206-325-3942 http://www.iwasil.org

 

March 31 - April 1 - 2, 2006

31st Pah-Loots-Pa Celebration at WSU

Pullman, WA

Head Man: John Meninicls; Head Lady: Loni Alexander.  MC: Fred Hill Sr. and Francis Calluyah. Host Drums: Northern Cree. 

Mike Lukens   (509) 335-8676

Native American Student Center (509) 335-8676  

naschome@wsunix.wsu.edu  

 

March 31 - April 1 - 2, 2006

26th Annual Chambers Farm Spring Pow Wow

Fort McCoy, Florida

Youth day March 31st,Veteran's day April,1st Host Drum: Those Guys (Oklahoma) Guest Drum Otto Mahsetkey, Entertainment: Albert Grayeagle. MC Ron Colombe. AD Rick Shawnee. Head Lady: Maria Whitehorse. Honor Head Lady: Marguerite Big Mountain. Gourd dancing daily.

Chuck Greywolf Franz
22400 NE CR 315
Fort McCoy, Florida  32134
513-615-4858
chambersfarms@hotmail.com
http://www.chambersfarm.org

 

March 31 - April 2, 2006

6th Kent Ware, Sr. Memorial Homecoming Festival

Hwy 33, between Moulton & Double Springs, AL   Sponsored by the Cherokee River Indian Community (CRIC).  Honoring our Elders that have passed; Our veterans; & our Children.  Indian Crafts, Native Food, Intertribal dancing, storytelling, demonstrations, flute playing, blowgun shoot, horseshoes, gold panning, games, vendors & more.  Head Staff: Arena Director: Charles Lahay; Host Drum: Aracoma Lighting; Head Veterans: Gene Bagwell, Juanita Lusk & Vernon Jay.  All Drums and Dancers welcome.  Vendor spaces $40.00 per day or $90.00 for the weekend.  Friday is kid's day; all children arriving by school bus or van get in free. Friday night: Trade Blanket, bond fire, bingo, horseshoes, Special Door Prizes set aside for our dancers. Free Primitive Camping.  Dancers in or with regalia Free.
256-292-3584   256-566-3818   256-292-3470
kbagwell@cric.org    www.cric.org

 

March 31-April 2, 2006

Sacred Run 2006 Powwow, Honoring Dennis Banks

Pearl River Community, Hwy. 16, Philadelphia, MS

The Powwow will begin Friday, March 31, at 6pm, at the Pearl River Community Softball field. with traditional Native American dancing, singing, and drumming.  A traditional Choctaw Stickball game will be played by adults. 

Vendors: Tracey Bardwell, (601)-562-0214  traceybardwell@yahoo.com   

Ron Alex, (601)-416-4507

Harold Comby, (601)-656-5711

 

APRIL

April 1, 2006

3rd Annual Black Bear Granddaughters Powwow

Watonga Fairgrounds, Watonga, Oklahoma

MC: Edmond Nevequoyah and Mike Burgess   Head Singers: Lenard Cozad Jr. and Anthony Monoessy.  Contest in All catagories. 

Emily (405)-243-8231  blackbear80@yahoo.com

 

April 1, 2006

12th Farmington HS Contest Powwow
Farmington HS Gym, Sunset & 20th St., Farmington, NM. 87401

3 catagories each age bracket,  Golden Age 49 and up; Adult, 17-48; Junior teen 9-16; Tiny Tots, 8 and under.  Gourd dancing, Drum contest, Cake Walk.   Head Man: Tyson Casteo; Head Lady: Julia Charles;  MC: Elvin Keeswood; Host Drums: Southern Outlawz, Stone Creek...NM. Arena Director: Leonard Anthony;  Vendor space.

Barbara Silversmith  (505) 324-0352  bsilversmith@fms.k12.nm.us

 

April 1, 2006
Wunk Sheek Spring Pow Wow - Madison, WI
Head Man: Joe White Eagle; Head Lady: Angie Hindsley; MC: Buck Martin; Host Drum: Madtown Singers; Other Drums: Winnebago Sons (HoChunk)  Arena Director: Pete Powless; Julie Beans, (920) 246-4250, beans@wisc.edu

 

April 1, 2006
15th Annual Light the Lodge Powwow
1376 Storrs Road, Storrs, CT.  6269

Host Drums: Turtle Drum, Other Drums: Eagle Hill Jrz. Arena Director

Ricki Berg - (203) 530-0940

April 1, 2006

Westwood High School 3rd Annual Social Pow wow
945 W. 8th Street, Mesa, AZ.  85201

Headman: Terry Lazero, Headlady: Sheila McCabe, MC: Ryan Rumley, Host Drums: Blu Thunder, Other Drums: Dark Horse Singers, Arena Director: Darrel Hills.

Priscilla @ (480) 472-4643  pmbareha@aol.com

April 1, 2006

Hozhoni Days Pow Wow
1000 Rim Dr., Durango, CO.  81301
Arena Director: Bart Powauke,  Vendor info....$250.00 all weekend, late charge of $25.00   contact Myra Britton @ (970) 247-7221, Other info: Lynssa Towne @ (256) 651-4574  dine_qurl05@yahoo.com   www.wanbliota.fortlewis.edu/

April 1, 2006

36th Annual University of Central Oklahoma Powwow
Ayers St. and Chowning Ave., Edmond, OK. 73034
Headman: Cricket Shields, Headlady: Bonnie Tornahsah - Monoessy, MC: Archie Mason, Host Drums: Charging Bull, Head Singer: Arlen Goodfox, Head Gourd Dancer: Warren Quetone, Color Guard: Riverside Color Guard, Outgoing Miss Indian UCO: Lauren Fotenopulos, Incoming Miss Indian UCO: Jenna Tselee,  Contest Information: Men's Traditional, Straight, Grass, and Fancy 1st - $250 2nd - $150 3rd - $100, Women's Jingle, Cloth, Fancy, and Buckskin 1st - $250 2nd - $150 3rd - $100, Jr Boy's - Traditional/Straight, Fancy/Grass 1st - $75 2nd - $50 3rd - $25, Jr Girl's - Cloth/Buckskin, Fancy/Jingle 1st - $75 2nd - $50 3rd - $25, Special Switch Dance Contest: Men - $100 winner-take-all Women - $100 winner - take - all.  Special Two Step Contest: $100 winner take all. Joe Buck Singing Contest Sponsored by Joseph Blanchard Family and UCO NASA, Special Grass Contest Sponsored by Mark Bolin and Family. 1st place-$300. 2nd place-$200. 3rd place-$10.  Deadline March 10.

After deadline: Arts and Crafts - $75 + Craft donation Food vendors - $100, UCO NASA will provide electricity, water hookups, and trash pickup, To make you reservation, please send your contact information to: University of Central Oklahoma-NASA 100 N. University Drive, Box 112 Edmond, OK 73034 Please make checks or money order payable to: NASA-UCO.

Joseph Blanchard, 405-214-6279, jblanchard1@ucok.edu 

Additional contacts, Cecil Gray - (405) 209-6019, Mark Bolin -(918) 688-1740, Liz Cook, (405) 974-3588

http://www.ucok.edu/campus_life/

 

 

April 1, 2006
UWSP AIRO Pow-Wow
Berg Gym, Fourth Avenue, Stevens Point, WI., 54481
Headman: Ivan Cloud, Headlady: Julia Goodbear, MC: Mike Peltier, Host Drums: Straight Across, Arena Director: Allen Cloud, Vendors welcome, contact Sharon Cloud, (715) 346-3576 scloud@uwsp.edu

 

April 1, 2006
Rough Rock Comm. School 40th Celebration
Hwy 59, Route 8066, Chinle, AZ.  86503
Headman: TBA, Headlady: Kristle Lewis, Rough Rock, AZ. Host Drums: LongWalk Descendants, Navajo Nation, USA,  Arena Director: Jeffrey Lewis, Rough Rock, AZ. Contest information: Tiny Tots - All Winners Junior Division Teen Division Adult Division Golden Age Division Special Junior Jingles Contest. Contact Lena Chee/JLewis/DRockbridge (928) 728-3579/3597/ 3598   jmlewis_86503@yahoo.com, drockbridge@yahoo.com

 

April 1, 2006
Creighton University All Nations Pow-wow
2500 California Plaza, Omaha, NE. 68178
Head man: Gabe Strange Owl, Head lady: Marti Harrison, MC: Ruben Little Head, Host Drums: Northern: Black Lodge, White Swan, Southern: Alliance West Lawton, OK. Arena Director: Shannon Leroy. For Information contact Teri Dameron @ 402-280-3118 t_dameron@creighton.edu

http://www.creighton.edu/powwow

April 1 - 2, 2006
Seven Arrows Pow Wow
1910 W. Univwersity, Boise, ID. 83702 @ Boise St. University, Student Union Ballroom

Headman: Lenville Smart, Headlady: Terra Whiterock, MC: Emerson Bill ID>, Arena Director: Derald Julianto, ID.  Contest Information: Drum Group Competition Dance Competition 1 Man Hand Drum Special Dance Specials.  Contact  Krys Lopez, @ (208) 447-6268 krysmlopez@yahoo.com  

http://www.inertribalnativecouncil.zoomshare.com

 

April 1 - 2, 2006
First Nations University of Canada
Brandt Center, Regina, Sas.
For further information please contact FNUC 306-790-5950
http://www.firstnationsuniversity.ca/images/powwowposte

 

April 6 - 8, 2006

Cherokee Of Georgia  Spring Powwow

Demonstrations-Thursday & Friday 9am - 3 pm. Schools & other Organizations are welcome. Grand Entry -Friday & Saturday 7 pm. HEAD STAFF Drum. Red Bird Singers, MC -Fred Glennan, Arana Director -Jamie Nemeth ,Head Man - Patrick O"Connell  Head Lady - Michelle Rogers .

Vendors by Invitation Only 912-843-2230 

manwhoweightstolong@yahoo.com 

hathaway-trib@yahoo.com or damascus3@comcast.net 

904-483-7099 ,1-912-449-9033, 1-904 845-7288

 

April 6 - 9, 2006

1st Annual Northeast Florida Pow - Wow

2967 Huffman Boulevard Jacksonville, Florida ( Across East entrance FCCJ South Campus on Beach Blvd. )Sponcored by Flying Eagle Clan and Mission Harvest America Headman: Rocky Weber, Headlady: Lelissa Roe, MC: John Ferguson, Host Drums: Ay-Aha Singers, Arena Director: Bill Truax.  Camping and RV space available, Drums and Dancers welcomed. Vendors space is limited... No Drugs, Alcohol, Firearms or Polytics. Public invited ( Please bring Lawn chairs )  To advertise in the Pow - Wow program, please contact Mission Harvest America, Inc. P. O. Box 551065 Jacksonville, Florida 32255-1065 (904) 803-9931 missionharvest@bellsouth.net  

 

April 7 -  8, 2006

PUHSD 3rd Annual Benefit Powwow

Contact: Ted Hibbeler, (602) 764-1302  hibbler@phxhs.k12.az.us

 

April 7 - 8, 2006

36th Annual Diné College Pow Wow.

One of the Navajo Nations biggest Pow Wow's which takes place each year surrounded by beautiful mountains, trees, and held at the oldest Native American College. Your experience at Diné College is worth the drive. Tours available apon request. .  Elfreda Yazzie or Dawayne Bahe.  505-368-3560 (Elf) 928-724-6744 (Dawayne). www.dinecollege.edu   elfyazzie@dinecollege.edu

 

April 7 - 8, 2006

37th Annual Time Out Wacipi
University Dr., Grand Forks, ND.
Headman: Jake Bellonger, Headlady: Jodi Hajicek,  MC: Dale Old Horn, Crow Agency, Mt.  Host Drums: Yellow Face, White Shield, ND.  Arena Director: Claire Fox, White Shield, ND.  Contest Information:Dance Registration: friday 5p.m.-7p.m., sat 10a.m.-2p.m., Singing Contest: 4 places, Tiny Tots: day money, Time-Out Parade, Saturday at 10:00 a.m. dancers and drums will be giving points for participation so sign up during registration. Line up begins at 9:00 a.m. in the Chester Fritz Auditorium parking lot.  5 on 5 Basketball Tournament:, April 8-9, Hyslop Sports Center, $300 entry fee, 1st= $1,000 and Jackets, 2nd= $750 and Sweaters, 3rd= $500, 4th-$300.  Contact: Dean Dauphinais (701) 740-4988 or Joe Lafountain (701) 477-4045, Other contact,  UNDIA @ 701-777-4291, undia@und.nodak.edu http://www.und.edu/org.undia 

 

April 7 - 8, 2006

Spirit of the Eagle Powwow EWU

460 N. Sixth St., Cheney, WA.  99004
Headman: Richard Pacheco, Headlady: Shaylene Marchand, MC: David Browneagle, Host Drums: WildBoyz,  Arena Director: Darrell Tso.  *Drum Contest *All adult, teen, and jr categories *Royalty Contest...More Info email Elizabeth, 509-359-7635   powwowchicka04@yahoo.com

April 7 - 8, 2006

U.S.A.O. Spring Powwow
17th and Grand, Chickasha, OK.  73018
Headstaff all to be announced: Arena Director: Joe Hunter.   for information contact Heidi Tee, (405) 514-2796

 

April 7 - 8, 2006

Texas Gulf Coast Tiapiah Annual Pow-wow

Albert Sallas Co Park, New Caney, TX.

Head man: Andele Worthington, Head lady: Hope Worhtington, MC: Tim Tall Chief & Herbert Johnson Jr. Host Drums: Charlie Horse - Kiowas Eagles, Arena Director: Fernando Carballeira.  For Vendor  Dale Adams @ 713-475-0221. 

Grant Gaumer, or any Headsman @ 281-448-8435  davebang@dbang.net  http://gulfcoasttiapiah.com

April 8, 2006

All Tribes Council and SCSU 13th Pow wow
All Tribes Council the American Indian Student Organization would like to welcome you to our 13th annual Pow wow. Admission is free  . All vendors and Drums are welcome, but as we are a student organization, contracts are needed, so please contact us for more information.  MC: Jerry Dearly;  Host Drums:  North Spirit Singers;  Contact: All Tribes Council (320) 308-6424  atc@stcloudstate.edu

 

 

April 8, 2006
Cherokee Hertiage Day Benefit Pow Wow
Gainesville Civic Center 311 Weaver, Gainesville, TX
Event Detail: Pow Wow to benefit Elders Society of Dallas & Ziinga-Wee-That <Childrens Shoes & Coats Fund> 1-5 Gourd Dance 5-6 Supper Break 6-7 Gourd Dance 7-10 Grand Entry- Intertribal Dance MC Rene Rodriques (Chiricahua Apache) Head Singer Robert Tehauno (Comanche) Head Gourd Dancer Ignacio De La Varga (Apache) Head Lady Anne Busse (Cherokee) Head Man TBA All Drums and Dancers Welcome! For Vendor info RV places outside the Civic Center and motels close by. Contact Dusti Lockey 972-294-2175, summerbird1@juno.com
Doug Walp 940-482-3381 dougwalp@advantexmail.net

 

April 8, 2006

Cannes Brulee Native American Village Pow-wow

Kenner, LA
Dancers paid day money and fed lunch.  M.C: Mel Whitebird; Head Gourd Dancer: Odis Sanders; A.D.: Thomas Dardar; Head Youngman : Joe Goodheart Iaasac; Rest of head staff TBA.  Intertribal dancing, frybread, tacos, vendors demonstrating traditional Southeastern Native American arts and crafts.
Rose 504-468-7231 Ext.220 
rivertown@kenner.la.us

 

April 8, 2006
East Carolina University Powwow
10th and College Hill, Greenville, NC. 27858
All vendors are welcome. All vendors who wish to setup, please make contact with Patina Richardson before coming. Setup and parking is free of charge. Contact Patina Richardson @ 252-578-9671 pnr0126@mail.ecu.edu

 

April 8, 2006
The 16th Annual Kathryn M. Buder Center Pow Wow
Washington Univ. Big Bend Blvd., St. Lousis, MO. 63130
MC: Charles Spotted Thunder, SD. Host Drums: Native Thunder, Arena Director Jon White Antelope, MO. For information contact Washington University in St. Louis Buder Center @ 314-935-6288, cyarholar@wustl.edu

http://gwbweb.wustl.edu/buder/events.html

 

April 8, 2006
1st Judith Quill Memorial Sobriety PowWow
6501 S. 19th Street, Tacoma, WA. 98466

Headman: Nelson Bullplume, Headlady: Marie Ryder, MC: Tony McGrady, Host Drums: Coyote Creek, Arena Director: Robert Longcrane. Contests, Jingle/GA/ Fancy Dancing, Prizes, $60., Pendleton Jeans Jacket w/ TCC-NASU logo, Tiny Tots, 1st Place b/g- bike. Vendors contact
Debbie Bullplume: (360)427-3276 or Jonathan Hamilton (253)274-1431, For other contact information, Jonathan Hamilton @ 253-274-1431 JHamilton06014@tacomacc.net

 

April 8, 2006
Southwestern University Powwow
Southwestern Blvd., Georgetown, TX. 78626

Headman: Earl Erickson, Head lady: Julie Pina, MC: Albert Old Crow, Host Drums: Bear Claw Singers. Other Drums: Eagle Point Singers. Arena Director: Steve Zavala. For information contact Ben Nava @ 512-639-4931,

 

April 8, 2006
1st Annual Azalea Pow-Wow
24th Okmulgee, St. Paul United Meth. Church, Muskogee, OK.

Head man: Keetha Buffalohead, Head lady: Charlene Allen, Head Singers McKelly Anquoe, & Christopher Tsosie. Head Gourd Dancer, Lyle Deere. MC: Kelly Anquoe, Host Drums: Chris Tsosie.  Contest Information:  Grand entry 7 p.m. winner take all contests. men's straight,men's traditional/grass,men's fancy,women's buckskin/cloth,fancy shawl/jingle, junior boys/girls 1st,2nd,3rd places. Vendor information: Arts/Crafts booths welcome booth rental- $25 or donation for raffle. 

Tim/Charlene Allen 918-687-1822,Carlene Billiot 918-684-7298, Jo Deere 918-906-3668

 

April 8 - 9, 2006

27th Annual UMass Amherst Powwow

Curry Hicks Cage University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA 01003  Curry Hicks Cage (a gym on campus)

Grand Entries at noon both days  For hotel reservations contact the Campus Center Hotel at 413-549-6000 Dancers: Day Money and Competition Prize Money! Dancers can only register for one.

413-577-0980 or fax to 413-577-0950

dvincent@acad.umass.edu

 

April 8 - 9, 2006

8th Annual All Nations Pow Wow

El Camino College Track Field, Torrance, CA

Head Staff: M.C.: Michael Reifel (San Carlos Apache); Arena Director: Victor Chavez (Dine Nation); Host Southern Drum: Hale & Company; Head Man Dancer: Robert Silent Thunder (Gros Ventre/Tsalagi Nation); Contest Categories: Tiny Tots 5 and Under. Male Youth (6-12) Traditional Combined, Grass, & Fancy Female Youth (6-12) Traditional Combined, Jingle, & Fancy Shawl Teen Boys (13-18) Traditional Combined, Grass, & Fancy; Teen Girls (13-18) Traditional Combined, JIngle, & Fancy Shawl; Men's Traditional, Southern Straight, Grass, & Fancy; Women's No./So. Buckskin, No./So. Cloth, Jingle, & Fancy Shawl; Men's Golden Age (55+) No./So. Combined; Women's Golden Age (55+) No./So. Combined
Steve Rosales   (310) 549-9474
16007 Crenshaw Blvd., Torrance, CA 90506  loyal1111@hotmail.com

Celso Jaquez (310) 891-1941 cdj1958@hotmail.com
 

April 8 - 9, 2006
New Faces of An Ancient People: Third Annual Traditional American Indian Powwow
Mt. Nittany School 656 Brandywine Dr., State College PA
John Sanchez 814-863-7994 apache@psu.edu
www.powwow.psu.edu
 

April 8 - 9, 2006

Celebrating Our Youth Spring Powwow!
Foothill and Day Roads, Ventura, CA. 93003
Take either Victoria or Seaward off Highway 101 and go towards the mountains (not towards the ocean!) and go until you reach Foothill (2 mi off frwy???).  Arroyo Verde Park is between Victoria and Seaward on Foothill.  Handicapped accessible. Parking is at Ventura College North Lot by the Gym.  There is a $2 charge to park and a shuttle will take you two blocks to the park.  The parking area is off Loma Vista Road.  Headman: Randy Folkes, Headlady: Donna Talamantes, MC: Gerald Schrock, Kiowa, Host Drums: One Nations (S) and West Coast Singers (N).  Other Drums: Strong Heart.  Vendor information: N Chumash Blessing by David Paul. Enjoy Ben Wolf Fry Bread! Vendors Only: We will be reserving camping space at the local state parks (Sycamore and McGrath). See flyer for info. Set up will be on Saturday, April 8 from 8 AM to 10:30 AM. All vehicles must then be parked in the Vendor parking area. Tear down will be Sunday, April 9 from 4:30 Pm to 6:30 PM. Coffee and donuts will be served at 8:30 AM on Saturday to all Vendors! Sometimes the wind can be strong coming off the ocean, so bring good stakes for your pop-ups/canopy. Sweaters are also a good idea for the afternoon. There will be Security on Saturday night. There will be cool events! This is looking like it will be an awesome powwow, with lots of good spirit and fun! Please let all your friends know that everyone is invited! Carol Anderson @ 661-245-2824  brokenrope2@yahoo.com   http://www.brokenropefoundation.com
 

April 8 - 9, 2006

All Nations Native American Center 10th Annual Pow
712 W. Washington, Arkansas City, KS.  P.O. Box 1268,  67005
Head man: Bear Tompkins, Delaware, Head lady: Leah Pherigo,Kiowa-Comanche, Contest Information: $4,000 in prizes: $1,000 for each of four categories: Women's buckskin/Women's cloth; Women's fancy shawl/Women's jingle; Men's fancy/Men's grass; Men's traditional/Men's straight. Cash prizes for children's categories, too.  Vendor Information:   Vendor booths available. To arrange a vendor booth call (620) 442-2113, (620) 441-0288 or (620) 442-7984.  For all other information contact Kathy McGlasson @ 620-441-0288  akmc_4444@hotmail.com
 

April 12, 2006

Educating Every Child Institute
Town and Country Resort
500 Hotel Circle North, San Diego, CA.  92108
MC: Ben Hale, Host Drums: Green River.  The Educating Every Child (EEC) Institure is a three-day in depth program designed to meet the needs of parentsreceiving special education.  Exhibition PowWow held during second night of the institute.  Day Pay for first two drums to register. 1-877-205-7501.  Vendors please visit website for more informationhttp://www.nativefamilynetwork.com  For other information  Prairie Flower Reuben @ 877-205-7501  naft@moscow.com
 

April 14 - 16, 2006

Spirit Lake Spring Wacipi
Four Winds H.S., Fort Totten ND.  58335
Head man: Gandy Shaw, Head lady: Candice Anderson, MC: Dan (Bibbs) DuBois, ND. Arena Director: George Longie Sr. Contest Information: All categories: golden age-juniors tiny tots paid daily Drum split and Singing Contest.  For information contact Georgalene DuBois @ 701-766-4633 georgia_dubois@yahoo.com
 
April 15, 2006
22nd Annual Apple Blossom Contest Pow Wow
Mc Gee Park Collisum Farmington, New Mexico 87401
Carmelita Munoz (505) 326-5115, carmelitam2004@yahoo.com

 

April 15, 2006

2nd Annual Honor The Child Contest Pow-wow

16402 N. Ft. McDowell Rd. Ft. McDowell, AZ. 85264
Head Boy: Tristan Antonio, Head Girl: Tashina Hunter, MC: Tom Goodluck, Host Drums: Callin'Eagle (Youth Drum)  Arena Director: Ipa Dutchover.  Contest Information:  Childrens Contest Pow-wow, Junior, and Teen catagories. Contest Pow-wow starts at grand entry 7:00 pm Contest places in all catagories, 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. Tiny tot catagories will be sponsored by Gwen Bahe and family. Adult dancers welcome to dance exibition.  Pow-wow will be at the Ft. McDowell Recreation facility baseball field, (for information on camping and fees contact: Ft. McDowell Recreation staff @ 480-816-7836.  Vendor information:  Fee will be charged for vendors, Contact Minnie Amos @ 602-768-1248. Pow-wow in conjunction with Conference on Meth in the Native Communities, for more information on Conference contact: Connie OMarra @ 602-263-1518. This is an alcohol/drug free event, Pow-wow committee and Ft. McDowell Yavapai/Apache are not responsible for loss or theft of items during or after this event.  For more informaton contact Tom Goodluck @ 480-221-3118
 

April 15, 2006

Honoring Our Communities Pow Wow
6500 Pacific Blvd. SW. Albany, OR.  97321 Main Campus Activity Center Gym
MC: Nick Sixkiller, OR., Host Drums: Northwest Connection, OR., Arena Director: Don Moccasin.  For vendor and other information contact Nick Sixkiller @ 541-484-4234  nicks@ctsi.nsn.us
 

April 21 -  22, 2006

Black Eagle Pow-wow 2006
54 Jemez Canyon Dam Rd., Santa Ana Pueblo, NM.
Headman: Tony Parker, Headlady: Sunny Rose Yellowmule, MC: Vince Beyl, Host Drums: The Boyz Jrz. Arena Director: Pat Pacheco. For information contact Black Eagle, @ 505-281-8876  soswtoya@nmia.com

http://www.blackeagle1989.com

 

April 21 - 22, 2006
ISU Annual Spring Powwow
Reed Gym, 1291 Terry St., Bld. 45, off Mormorial Dr., Pocatello, ID. 83209
Head man: Ferdinand Little, - Red Mesa, AZ., Head lady: Ashley Jones - Bosie, ID. MC: Lional Boyer - Ft. Hall, ID., Host Drums: Stone Creek Singers, Arena Director: Derald Julianto, - Owyhee, NV..  Registration will close at 6:00pm on Saturday.  Specials: Womens Traditional Buckskin, Sponsored by Marquette Begley & Family.  For more info, specials, or Arts & Crafts Tables, please contact club advisors: -Johanna Jones, (208)282-4429 -Drusilla Gould, (208)406-8014 -Cyd Crue, (208)406-6639 or 238-6161

 

April 21 - 23, 2006

24th Annual BHSU Lakota Omniciye Wacipi

Black Hills State University, Spearfish, SD. 57783

For information contact  Corrie Ann Claussen, @ 605-642-6578, bhsuwacipi.com  http://www.bhsu.edu/artssciences/indianstudies/pow_wow.

 

April 21 -  23, 2006

Kyi-Yo Powwow
32 Campus Drive, Missoula, MT. 59801
Headman: Randall Paskemin, Headlady: Jessica Edwards, MC: Earl Old Person and Rose Ann Abrahamson, Host Drums: Young Grey Horse,  Arena Director: Stan Pretty Paint,  Contest Information: All Catagories Drum Contest Princess Contest Special Womens + Mens.  All Vendors are invited, further information will be on the web site.  Contact Kyi-yo club @ 406-243-5302  kyiyo@hotmail.com  www.umt.edu/kyiyo/

 

April 21 - 23, 2006

40th Annual LIHA Spring Powwow
Hidden Oaks Family Campground, Robert, LA
All Dancers, Drums, Lodges and Princesses invited. Annual Dance, Drum and LIHA Princess contests. Intertribal and Gourd Dancing.  Native Crafts and food, craft demonstrators and exhibitions, children's and storytelling events. An alcohol and drug free event. Bring lawn chairs. Sorry, no ice chests. Traders by invitation only.  Host Drum: Ridge Runner; MC: Mel Whitebird; AD: Tommy Dardar; Head Gourd Dancer: Johnny Procell, Head Man: Randy Solomon;  Head Lady: Taysha Edmonds; Head Boy: Red Hawk;  Head Girl: Sharara Farmer. 

For camping info only, contact Nita (985)345-9244
Andi    (504) 367-1375    andi769@aol.com

 

April 21 - 23, 2006

ASUs 20th Annual Spring Competition

ASU Band Field, E. 6th St. & So. Rural Road Tempe, AZ

This is a smoke-free event.
Lee Williams 480-965-5224

letspowwow@asu.edu

http://powwow.asu.edu

 

April 21 - 23, 2006

8th Annual United Cherokee Ani-Yun-Wiya Nation Pow Wow

National Guard Armory, 3550 Creek Path Rd, Guntersville, AL

Directions: From US Hwy 431 in Guntersville (at the Holiday Inn) 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.
Non-Competition Dancing / Drums Welcome.  Posting of the Colors: UCAN Veteran’s Society & Honor Guard.  The Native American Warrior Society and Honor Guard.  Host Drums: Thunderheart Singers & Prayer Stone Drum; We are also expecting The Sacred Hoop Singers; The Little Warriors Drum; MC-Whitewolf Newman; Head Man-Terry Smith; Head Lady-Katie Smith; Children’s Day, Dancing, Singing, various demonstrations of crafts. Story Tellers, Flute Playing, Archery, Flintknapping; Dancing, Drumming. Grounds Security & EMT Service will be provided.  United States Disaster Relief Command in charge of security.  Concessions Available, Shower Facilities, Handicap Facilities.  Primitive Camping Available

Gina Williamson   256-582-2333
ucanonline@bellsouth.net
http://www.ucan-online.org

 

April 22, 2006
OU Spring Contest Powwow
Oklahoma University, Norman, OK. 73072

All Head Staff to be announced: Contests in all categories. More detailed info coming soon.

Contact Lindy Waters, 405-325-1468

ou-cultural-affairs@hotmail.com

 

April 22, 2006

UNCP Spring Unity Powwow
UNCP Campus, Pembroke, NC. 28372
Headman: Bobby Hurt, Headlady: Jennifer Brown, MC: Ray Littleturtle,  Host Drums: Northern: Stoney Creek, Southern: Southern Sun,  Arena Director: Sharon Berrun.  Contest Information: Winner Take All Contests $20.00 Golden Age Men (50 +) Golden Age Women (50 +) Adult Men's (18-49) Traditional, Fancy Grass Adult Women's (18-49) Traditional, Fancy Jingle $10.00 Teen Men's (13-17) Traditional, Fancy, Grass Teen Women's (13-17) Traditional, Fancy, Jingle Gift from committee Juniors (7-12) Boys & Girls All Categories Tiny Tots (0-6) Boys & Girls All Categories Specials (Winner Take All) $20.00 Trick Dance Contest Two Step Contest Switch Dance Contest One Person Hand Drum Contest (Prize money for specials could be increased through donations.  Dancer Registration: 10:00am - 11:45am Registration Fee:  Tiny Tots=Free, All others $5.00. Dancers & Singers will receive a meal ticket for one meal.  Vendor Info: Vendor Fee: $20.00 + Raffle Donation ($10.00 Value) Set Up will be at 7:00am Call for application: 910-521-6282 Other information contact Becky Leviner @ 910-521-6282 becky.goins@uncp.edu

 

April 22, 2006
5th Bucoco Social
Slippery Rock, PA. 16057
Vendor spaces have been filled. Please do not contact us for a spot. Jon Elm @ 724-443-6389  jelm5431@hotmail.com

 

April 22, 2006

6th Celebration of Life for All People Pow Pow

Red Wing Park, 1398 General Booth Blvd. Virginia Beach, VA 
MC - Clark Stewart, HM - Micker Richardson
HF - Nokomis Lemons AD- Thomas "Two Feathers" Lewis; Host Drum - Falling Water; Guest Drum - Edisto River Singers; Over 5,000 at last year's event!!  Traditional pow wow.  American Indian dancing, educational displays and exhibits, arts and crafts, and authentic foods  (Vendor spaces fill early!!)  Free Admission and Parking. No pets allowed

Debra Vick    757 427-2990

dvick@vbgov.com

 

April 22, 2006
Vein Mountian Powwow
1885 US Hwy. 70 W., Marion, NC. 28752

Headman: Samuel Kingman, Wisc., Headlady: Sherry Blackbear, OH. MC: Tom Hedger, Host Drums: Iron Necklace, OH. Arena Director: Luther WhiteEagle. Contest Information: This Powwow is Intertribal/Contest. All catagories will be contesting with the exception of Men's Fancy. golden age 1st. Gold nugget + $100.00. Men's Grass Dancer 1st $200.00 All other catagories 1st $100.00 Except Tiny Tots who will share % of their total Registration Fee.100% fee return for Tiny Tots We will be raffelling off a 25-30in.Buffalo hide Drum and 4 sticks.Made by Parnell Necklace This is a traditional powwow no bare feet or imodest dress will be allowed.You will be asked to leave and escorted out of the arena. If you feel this is unfair we are sorry, However this is a tradtional powwow not new age. All Drums Welcome, All Dancers Wecome, No Drugs,Alcohol or Fire Arms. 1St Grand Entry at 12:00 noon sharp. Contestants must partisipate in both grand entries.Tiny Tots are the exception they only required to partisipate in the 1st Grand Entry. Vendor Information: All vendors representing themselves and / or their goods as made by native amercians must have proof of tribal affiliation. We have some spots for non tribal vendors however they are not prime areas nearest the powwow.

Sara -  330-347-9866  330-347-3797   danz_regalia@yahoo.com

 

April 22, 2006

17th Annual Woodlands and High Plains Traditional Powwow

Bison Sports Arena , North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND

Honor Mother Earth and Her Children

Grand entries scheduled for 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. The WHPP Committee invites you to attend the 17th Annual Woodlands and High Plains Traditional Powwow 2006, themed "Honor Mother Earth and Her Children.” The WHP Powwow is sponsored by: North Dakota State University, Minnesota State University Moorhead and Concordia College.  This event will be held Saturday, April 22, 2006 at the NDSU Bison Sports Arena, 1300 – 17th Ave North, Fargo, ND. 

Grand Entries are scheduled for 1:00 and 7:00 p.m. Dancer and Drum Registration begins at 10:00 a.m. and closes at 1:00 p.m. A traditional meal will be served at 5:00 p.m. Head Staff includes: Danny Seaboy from Sisseton SD as MC, Dennis Bercier from Turtle Mountain, ND as Arena Director, Ambrose Littelghost from Spirit Lake, ND as Spiritual Advisor and April Ray of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, MN and Larry Yazzie, Meskwaki/Dine, as Head Dancers. 

Admission is Free.  No alcohol or drugs permitted on campus.  The WHP Powwow Committee and our affiliates are not responsible for accidents, lost or stolen articles.

Mary John WHPP Coordinator at 218-287-5433

NDSU   Jaclynn Davis-Wallette  701-231-7314

MSUM         Jody Steile             218-477-4272

Concordia    Sharon Fineday       218-299-4171

Prairie Rose prose_civic_junkie@hotmail.com

 

April 22, 2006

Ziigwan International Unity Traditional Powwow

Riany River Community College, International Falls, MN

Grand Entry 1 pm & 6 pm; Doors open @ 9 am; Hand Games Contest @ 10 am; Dinner Break (Free feast) @ 5 pm; Drawings @ 8 pm; Prize Giveaways throughout.  Everyone Welcome

Stephan Briggs   218-285-7722

1501 Highway 71

International Falls, MN 56649
sbriggs@rrcc.mnscu.edu

www.rrcc.mnscu.edu

 

April 22, 2006
Birthday Dance In Honor Of Kelsi L. Monroe
Sky Ute Pavilion, 14826 Hwy. 172 N., Ignacia, CO
MC-George Elton Howell,Sr.-Pawnee, Oklahoma, AD-Southern Ute Councilman Jim Newton,Jr.-Ignacio, Colorado,Head Singer-Herb Adson-Pawnee, Oklahoma,Head Boy Dancer-Joshua Big Bear Hand- Pawnee, Oklahoma, Head Girl Dancer-Cheyenne Velasquez-Ignacio,Colorado, Host Gourd Dance Society- Four Corners Gourd Dance Society, Ignacio, Colorado, Honor Color Guard- Southern Ute Veterans- Ignacio, Colorado,.  Contest Information: Teen Girls Southern Traditional,  1ST-$300.00 2ND-$200.00 3RD-$100.00.
No Alcohol or  Drugs  Allowed. Not Responsible for Accidents, Thefts, Injuries or Short Funded Travelers.  For more information contact Thella Beth Howell-Monroe @ 970-563-4281 / 918-762-2361 Thellabeth@hotmail.com
 

April 22, 2006

4th Annual Los Lunas High School Powwow
Pueblo of Isleta Recreation Center, Isleta Pueblo, NM.
Head man: Carl Leon - Laguna Pueblo, Head lady: Tara Abeita - Isleta Pueblo/Dine, MC: Dominic Arquero, Host Drums: Red Road Crossing,  Arena Director: Leonard Atcitty. For information contact  Mike Abeita @ 505-869-3498
 

April 22, 2006

Hartnell Community College Powwow
156 Homestead Ave. Salinas, CA.  93901
Head man: Steven MiddleRider, Head lady: Dauwila Harrison, Host Drums: Swift Cloud, Northern:  Rockin Horse, Southern,  Arena Director: Eugene Newman, Contest Information:  Mens/Womans Categories 1st place  150.00, 2nd place $75.00, 3rd place $25.00.  Gourd Dancing. Drum Contest, $400. Winner  takes all.

 

April 22, 2006

Native American Heritage Day - 12 noon till 5 pm

Jodeco Road and Carriage Lane, Stately Oaks Plantation, Jonesboro, Georgia

This is an educational endeavor to acquaint all with Native American ways hosted by the Jonesboro Historical Society. Blowgun shooting, fire making,  children's games, dancing, story telling, flint knapping, finger weaving, beading, rope weaving, jewelry making, skin tanning, pottery making, moccasin making, basket weaving, musket firing, herb and meat drying, dwelling interpretive exhibit. Free samples of Native American foods and beverages.  Stately Oaks Plantation at 770-473-0197.   Littlebear Longbow, 6582 Plantation Drive, Fayetteville, Georgia 30215.  770-461-8542  snowdogsinging@aol.com

 

April 22 - 23, 2006

Chumash Day Pow Wow

Malibu Bluff's Park, Malibu, CA

The City of Malibu is celebrating "CHUMASH DAY" an inter-tribal Powwow "Honoring the Ocean'.  MC - Michael Reifel; Arena Director - Vic Chavez; Whip Man - Randy Folkes; Drums tba; Head Gourd - Saginaw Grant; Head Man - Jared Reins; Head Woman - tba Aztec Dancers, Special performances by Elkwhistle, Carlos Reynosa, Micki Free and Raymond Rivera.  Free Admission and Parking.  Overnight parking and camping available.
Francine Greene  (310) 457-3006
6317 Cavalleri Road, Malibu, CA  90265
francinegreene@hotmail.com

 

April 22 - 23, 2006
1st Annual Turtle Island Native American Assn Powwow
USA Baseball Stadium, Millington, TN. 38053
Head man: Jason Thigpen, Cherokee, Headlady: Ria Colston, Cherokee/Catawba, MC: Ken Dixon, Cherokee, Host Drums: Red Hawk Singers. Arena Director: Ken Woodal, Cherokee.  For more information: contact Hal Colston @ 901-876-5344  redwolf@aol.com

 

April 28, 2006
Native American Cultural Festival
Bacone College..2299 Old Bacone Rd, Muskogee, OK. 74403
MC: Floyd Jones.  Student Art & Vendor Exhibits, Kevin Smith, Childrens Crafts, NASA, Native American Storytelling, Dennis Belindo. American Indian Song & Dance, Bacone NA Clubs. Native American Demonstrations, Sandy Roades. Fry Bread Eating Contest , NASA. Native American Dance Demonstrations, R.G. Harris,  Medicine Pony, Any Livesay. Special Guest: Miss Indian Oklahoma, Bacone Student, Elizabeth Wright.  For more information call 918-781-7340,   www.bacone.edu    Vendors contact the KIVA @ 918-687-3299

 

 

April 28 -  29, 2006  9 A.M. -2:15 P.M.

4th Annual Fish Faire
Hoopa Indian Reservation, Klamath Trinity Joint School District

Environmental Awareness
High School Rally 1:00 with Patty Berg.  There will be a luncheon, power-point presentations, demonstrations, storytellers, games, activities, outdoor activities, displays and more. Come and learn about our watershed and stewardship to our environment.
Jennifer Lane  530.625.4501
Teresa Cyr: tmarshall-cyr@humboldt.k12.ca.us

 

April 28 -  29, 2006
Native American Student Assoc.--LSU--POWWOW
LSU Grounds, Dalrymple & Highland Rd. Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Head Man:Vance Beaver--Head Lady:Shauna Bushiey--Head Gourd:Doc Mann--Arena Director:Thomas Dardar--MC: Herb Johnson--Host Drum:Medicine Tail---Gourd dancing 12pm and 6pm---Grand Entry 1pm and 7pm Public Invited All Drums, dancers, and princesses welcomed Bring your own lawn chairs-- children welcome Absolutely NO alcohol, Drugs or Pets
Derek Naquin 985-791-9259 and Dr. Bill Archambeault 225-578-1374 Pam Bloom 225-755-7723, email: pbloom@lsu.edu
 

April 28 - 29, 2006

MSUN Sweetgrass Society Powwow

Headman: Tim Parker; Headlady: Faye Whitford; MC: Maynard Kicking Woman; Host Drums: (First 10 Drums paid)   Arena Director: Ron LaDue, Browning; Womens Golden Age Special in Honor & Memory of Honey Grant. Teen Girls Traditional Special sponsored by Miss Indian MSUN Jr. Princess, Brittany Grant.Teen Girls Jingle Special sponsored by Miss Indian MSUN Sr. Princess, LaTawna Carrywater.  All vendors welcome.

Stacy Gonzales, (406) 265-3700  Sweetgrass_rep@yahoo.com   www.msun.edu/stuorgs/sqs/index.htm  

 

April 28 - 29, 2006
Quanah Parker Comanche Pow-wow
Back Forty Pavilion, FW Stockyards, Fort Worth, TX
MC: Eugene Blackbear, Host Drums: Bill Ahhaity.  Arena Director: Joseph Nevaquaya.  Head Gourd Dancer: Butch Tahsequah. Special Guests, Comanche Tribal Princess, Jessica Tahah.  Held in the Back Forty south end of the train station in the Historis Stockyards of Fort Worth, Tx. during the Fort Trails Muster celebration.  Point System in effect.  Contests : Little & Jr. Boys Fancy/Grass, Traditional/Straight,  Little & Jr. Girls, Cloth/Buckskin, Fancy Shawl/Jingle. Women, Buckskin, Cloth, Fancy Shawl, Jingle. Golden Age Women, Cloth, Buckskin, Fancy Shawl, Jingle.  Men, Straight, Traditional, Grass, Fancy.  Golden Age Men, Traditional, Straight, Fancy, Grass.  For more information contact Robert Tippeconnie @ 580-429-8229

 

April 28 - 30, 2006
Comanche Nation College 1st Annual Spring Pow-Wow
1 Mahseet Road, Apache, OK.
Headman: Beaushee Wildcat, Headlady: Darci Codynah, MC: Micheal Burgess, Host Drums: Sovo Unlimited,  Arena Director: Freddie Banderas. Contest Information:  Men and Womens Golden Age, Men's Straight and Traditional, Women's Cloth, and Buckskin.  Vendor information:  Vendor Fee is $75. for the weekend, or $50. a day.  For more information contact  DeAnn Sovo or Dr. Cornel Pewewardy @ 580-591-0203  dsovo@cnc.cc.ok.us

 

April 28 - 30, 2006

Annual Manataka Encampment

Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds

Hot Springs National Park, AR

No vendors. Camping sites $10 per nite. Wolf Dance, Trade Blanket, Earth Day Celebration.  Free Admission.   

Rick Porea  501-821-3120

Bear - 501-627-0555

manataka@sbcglobal.net

 

April 28 - 29, 2006
American Indian Earth Day and Intertribal Powwow
Ogletree Gap Preserve, Hwy. 190 W, Copperas Cove, TX. 76513
All Head Staff to be announced: For more information please contact Tallbear Montez, @ 254-939-8993 tan@isot.com http://www.tribalamerican.net

 

April 29, 2006

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Moving Wall Powwow

733 N.  Veterans Memorial Drive, Las Vegas, NV. 89101

Head Man - Steven White (Lakota) Chandler, AZ. Head lady: Lillian Redbird-Cherokee, Denton, TX.  MC: Elmo Hernandez, Hopi, Menlo Park, Ca. and Ethelbah, Navajo, Las Vegas, NV. Host Drums: Southern, Bear Claw, Dallas, TX.  Northern, Woodstock Singers, UT. Head Gourd: Don Stroud, Cherokee, Tahlequah, OK. Arena Director: Hephushka Wells Omaha, Omaha, NE.  Special Guest – Color Guard of the Southern Pauite Nation. Contest: As of this date: Tiny Tots category Men and Women's categories combined -No drugs, alcohol, or firearms allowed. Sponsors will not be responsible for accidents, thefts, travel expenses, or stranded travelers. Vendor and Food Contact: Yvonne Robinson, 702-287-8398 Information Contact: Lillie Redbird  (817) 304-3604 tsalagi_star@yahoo.com

 

April 29 - 30, 2006

Brown University 5th Annual Intertribal Contest Pow-wow

Contest in Men's traditional, grass, fancy, and eastern war. women's traditional, jingle, fancy, and eastern blanket. 1st place: $300 2nd: $200 3rd: $100 jr boys traditional, grass/fancy. jr girls traditional, jingle/fancy 1st place: $100 2nd: $75 3rd: $50.  Headman: Chris Wysote (Mi'kmaq); Headlady: Autaquay Peters (Mashpee Wampanoag): MC: Jules Strongbow; Host Drums: Eagle Flight Singers; Additional Drums: Young Eagle Flight Singers; Arena Director: Jerry Wolf Duff Sellers; Vendor cost is $75 for a 10x10 space for both days. Indoor pow-wow. 

Liz    (518) 265-9400  bluefancyshawl@yahoo.com

 

April 28 - 30, 2006

Mantle Rock PowWow

Crittenden County Fairgrounds, Marion KY

Benefiting Mantle Rock Native Education Center.  Host Drum: Mother Earth Beat Drum; Invited Drum: Black Eagle Spirit; Invited Drum: Southern Star; Special Guest Drum: Choogie; Kingfisher; Master of Ceremonies: Frank Silver Hair Brent; Head Lady: Princess Beth Facille; Head Man: Naven Brown; Head Veteran: Barry Redbird Brown; Flutiest: Chief Yona, Kentucky Cherokee.  Primitive Living Tipi by Anita and Pledger Moon.  Family and public event.

Kamma Sutton: kamamasutton@aol.com 270-965-5882

manlerockctr@aol.com

 

April 29-30, 2006
Native Solutions 8th Annual Intertribal Pow Wow
Oxford, AL.
Headman: Jerry "Smitty" Smith, Headlady: Jackie Dean, MC: Garm Smith, Host Drums: Aracoma, Arena Director: Cowboy.  All dancers and Drums Welcome.  Special Performance by Arvel Bird.  For more information contact Tony @ 256-835-0110  or Mark & Ruth @ 256-820-6315  ravenspiritwalker@yahoo.com  , thunderhawk2062@yahoo.com

April 29, 2006

South Umpqua 27th Annual Pow Wow
So. Umpqua High, 501 NE Chadwick Ln Myrtle Creek, OR 97457
Event Detail: Enter additional details here Title Nine Traditional non competitive Public invited no charge Doors open 12 noon Children's
James Marshall 541-672-0314 rogercub@wizzards.net
 

April 29-30, 2006

Peace and Dignity: Honoring Our Mothers
18111 Nordhoff St. Northridge, CA.
California State University, American Indian Student Association.  All Staff to be announced.  For information please contact  Hector Ramirez @ 818-677-7315  aisacsun@yahoo.com
 
April 29, 2006
33rd Annual Council of Indian Students Pow-wow BSU
John Glas Fieldhouse, Bemidji, MN.  56601
MC: Murphy Thomas. Arena Director: Don Kingbird.  Powwow Committee Dance Contest Specials, Womens Fancy Shawl 18+, Mens Grass Dance 18+,    No alcohol, drugs or weapons tolerated.  Not responsible for lost or stolen items or the result of break-ups.  Vendor Information: Crafts: $75. fee. Food: $100. fee.   For more information  call 218-755-2032  Harlan.Johnson@st.bemidjistate.edu

 

April 29 - 30, 2006

Regional Native Community Spring Powwow

Olive Hill, KY    Signs will be posted.....

Vendor fees $70.00 per space up to 10x20.  There are 25 spaces on a first come first serve basis.  Small surcharge for RV utilities hookups.  Everyone Welcome.

Morning Rain   (304) 272-5722  Fax: (304) 272-5019

morningrain@frontiernet.net

 

April 29 - 30, 2006

Annual Spring Intertribal Fellowship Pow Wow

Dover City / Lick Creek Park; Dover, TN

Come enjoy Native American culture, dancing, music, crafts and food.  Saturday 10 - 8, Grand Entry 12:30 and 5:30.  Sunday 10 - 5, Grand Entry 12:30.  Host Drum Braveheart; MC Everett Bennett, Jr.; Flutist  Rick Harris.

Wayne Nightwing Speaking Pressler
4156 Hampton Station Road
Clarksville, TN 37040
(931) 551-9514 or (931) 624-8392
naic@charter.net

 

April 29 - 30, 2006
Frisco Native American Museum Pow Wow
Hwy. 12, Frisco, NC. 27936
Head man: Keith Anderson, Head lady: Emma Kilsey, MC: John Blackfeather, Host Drums: Falling Water, Arena Director: Mike Cranford.
Joyce Bornfriend @ 252-995-4440
admin@nativeamericanmuseum.org

http://www.nativeamericanmuseum.org/powwow.htm

 

April 29 - 30, 2006
Circle of Wisdom Unity Conference Benefit Festival
Hwy 127, Carrollton, KY.

Head man: Randy Farrington, Head lady: Donna Dunn, MC: Ron Colombe, Host Drums: Southern Singers, Arena Director: Randy Jackson. Camping is available at General Butler State Park. Vendor spaces are still available. For information contact Bruce @ 502-532-7290 or Marty Martin @ 502-966-9049

egledremr@aol.com

 

April 30, 2006
KIVA Club Annual UNM Nizhoni Days Pow-Wow
Johnson Field, University of New Mexico Campus,
Albuquerque, NM. 87131

MC: Otis Halmoon - ID, Host Drums: Zotigh Singers, Arena Director: Ronoldo Thompson. Celebrating 51 years of UNM Nizhoni Days, Traditional Social Pow-wow Honoring our Alumni, All are Welcome to attend Free and Open to the Public, Bring your own chairs. Vendors are welcome, there is a $20. fee. Food Vendors are Prohibited by UNM Policy.

Andrea or April @ 505-277-7433
kiva@unm.edu

 

MAY

May 6, 2006
4th Annual UC Merced Benefit Spring Powwow
University Campus, Lake Rd. Merced, CA. 95340
Head man to be announced, Head lady: Eileen Boughton, MC: Val Shadowhawk, Host Drums: Young Eagle Bear Singers.Youth "Make n Take" Village, Free Parking, All Drums & Dancers welcome. Powwow will be on campus this year. Vendors contact Roxanne Wilcox, 209-617-9991, For other information contact Mike Hermann, 209-726-9620, nacea06@hotmail.com

 

May 6, 2006
17th Annual University of Manitoba Graduation Pow wow

Off Pembina Hwy., Winnipeq, Manitoba, Ontario

MC: Morrie Shannacappo;  Arena Directors: Ian Hotonami. Traditional Powwow to honor graduates from the University of Winnipeg.  All are welcome.

Andeline Nelson - 204-474-8850

angel_eye2017@hotmail.com

 

May 6, 2006
11th Annual Harvard University Powwow
Radcliffe Lawn, Garden St., Cambridge, MA.
Headman: Tba, Headlady: Amanda Proctor, MC: Vince Beyl, Host Drums: Whitetail Cree.  Day money for All Dancers, Ladies Traditional Special, Community Feast. For information call 617-495-8220  hunap_powwow@ksg.harvard.edu

 

May 6, 2006
Sapulpa Indian Education Program Annual Powwow
Line Street, Sapulpa, OK.
Headman: Darrell Wildat, Headlady: Faith Lee Weeks Harjo, Jr. Headman: David Littlebear, Jr. Headlady: Gemi Smith. Head Gourd Dancer: Jin Whiteshirt, Head Singer:  Alex Alvarez.  MC: Anita Anquoe, Host Drums: Medicine Tail.  Arena Director: Jeff Blalock.
Vendor space for Donation valued at $25. or more.  To register for a space call 918-224-9322.  For all other information contact SPS Indian Edu. Off. @ 918-224-6560  http://www.sapulpa.k12.ok.us/Indian%   20Ed/sapulpa_indi

 

May 6, 2006
3rd Annual Dine Club Benefit Powwow
Cuba High School Gymnasium, Cuba, NM.  87013
Headman: Narcisso Toledo, Headlady: Phyllis Waukazoo, Head Gourd Cancer: Al Benally, MC: Pat Pacheco, Northern Host Drums: Wild Boyz, Southern Host: Southern-Xtreme, Arena Director: John D. Lossiah.  All Dancers, Singers, Drums Are Welcome.  This is a drug and alcohol free event.  For Vendor information contact Ms. Lee @ 505-289-3211, ext. 240  For all other information contact  Galvin Fragua, 505-731-2485 red_skin2005@yahoo.com
 

May 6, 2006

Native American Unity & Friendship Gathering
Theta Community near Columbia, TN, on the West family farm. 2927 Dave Roberts Road, Columbia, TN 38401.
Driving directions: from I-65, take the Saturn Parkway Exit towards Columbia/Spring Hill; at the Kedron Road Exit, turn right onto Kedron Road, go thru the first stop sign, then turn right at the Spring Hill town hall. When you get to the stop sign at the intersection of Beechcroft Road (the post office will be on your right), turn left onto Beechcroft. At Carter's Creek Pike, turn right, after about 3/4 mile turn left onto Hwy. 247; proceed thru the Theta community; just past the third church (a Methodist church), turn left onto Knob Creek Road. 2 miles down Knob Creek Road you will see a pair horse barns on the leftwith a chert road between them - this is Dave Roberts Road. Turn left here, and the first house on the right belongs to the West Family. This is the site of the gathering. If you get lost, call 931-380-1982 for
directions. Everyone is encouraged to bring a covered dish to share. You will probably want to bring lawn chairs and/or blankets. And come with a good attitude.Those coming from East Tennessee may want to contact Jack Soco Cody at 865-717-3796 to see about the likelihood of a carpool or caravan. It's easier to follow someone who has been to the site than to try to read directions & try to drive at the same time. For further information, contact Jennifer Whitefeather Attaway @
ndnfancyshawldancer@hotmail.com

 

 
May 6 - 7, 2006

13th Annual Choctaw-Apache Traditional Powwow
Zwolle Festival Grounds- Main St.- Zwolle, LA
Head Man- Thomas Dardar; Head Lady: Debra Swindoll West; Arena Director: Thomas Muskrat; MC: Walter Celestine;  Head Gourd Dancer: John W. Procell; Host Drum: Bear Claw; 

 

May 6, 2006
Birthday Dance for Frank Carson (originally for March 11th)
8151 Highway 177, Red Rock, OK. 74651
MC: Oliver Littlecook. Head Gourd Dancer: Alex Carson.  Contest Information: Special Men's Southern Straight - Winner Take All. $150. Raffles, 50/50.  Vendors are Welcome, $20. set-up fee and a Raffle Item. Everyone is invited, All Dancers, Gourd Dancers, Singers, Lady Singers....For more information contact Frank Carson @ 405-372-5966  frankcarson49@yahoo.com

 

May 6, 2006
Round Dance Into the Night

Dennehotso Boarding School, Dennehotso, AZ.  86535

Come out and Enjoy a night of singing and dancing. Saturday Night Only   Feast for those who come  6 pm: Round dance begins. "Honoring the Students and Teachers".  Come and celebrate with us.  Bring your own chairs.  This is a drug and alcohol free event.  Sponsors not responsible for theft, loss, short funded travelers, etc.  Event is co-sponsored with the DBS PTA and the Native American Performing Arts Club of DBS.  For more information contact James Jones At (928)658 - 3201   dokahey89@yahoo.com

 

May 6, 2006
Leupp Pow Wow
Hwy. # 15, Leupp, AZ.  86035
Headman and Headlady will be chosen each session:  MC: Joe Stands, Host Drums: Rocky Park Singers.  Southern Host Drums: YB Style, Tempe, AZ.  Arena Director: Clifford Monroe. Contest Information  Catagories: Golden Age Adult Teen Juniors Tiny tot Drum Gourd Session:   Vendor Information:  Arts and Crafts 6x6 space, $25.  For further information contact Carol @ 928-613-8418 jinglejammer37@yahoo.com

 

May 6 - 7, 2006
Spring Corn Festival
2825 Fish Hatchery Rd, Allentown, PA.  18103
Headman: Delwin Fidler, Headlady: Vaughnda Hilton, MC: Wayne Cave, Host Drums: Black Horse Butte Singers, Guest Drums: White Buffalo Singers, and Northern Star Singers.  Arena Director: Ernie Strong Bear.  Open to the public, All are Welcome.  For more information contact  Pat Rivera @ 610-797-2121  info@museumofindianculture.org   http://www.museumofindianculture.org
 

May 6 - 7, 2006

Cricket Anderson Memorial Powwow
Hwy. 259 North, Brownsville, KY.  42210
Headman: Black Wolf Coleman, Headlady: Inez 'Proud Spirit Warrior' Holland, MC: Sam, Silver Fox Roller, Host Drums: Jarvis Powaway.  For further information contact Patty Barbour @ 270-597-9382   pwpn@alltel.net
 

May 6- 7, 2006

21st Annual UCLA Pow Wow
UCLA North Athletic Field, Los Angeles, CA. 90095
Arena Director: Earl R. Neconie, Kiowa,  Other Drums: Bad Nation.
For further information contact the Powwow committee @ 310-206-7513  powwow@ucla.edu   http://www.studentgroups.ucla.edu/americanindian

 

May 6 - 7, 2006
Virginia Indian Nations Powwow Gathering
Chickahominy Grounds, 8200 Lott Cary Rd., Charles City, VA

MC: Marvin Many Horses Burnette, Rose Bud Sioux, Host Drums: Yaughtanund Singers, Head Dancers: Frank and Marie LittleBear, Cree.Arena Director: Clark Stewart, Chickaminy.  Bill and Susie Gingras, Abernaki Eastern Cherokee, will present backwoods survival programs each day.  Many cultural and educational exhibits representing pre-1707 history will also be presented.  Members of the Virginia tribes will give honor to theirpast and look to the future, as they recognize their historic impact on Jamestown 1607.  Arts and Crafts exhibitors will include Oneta, renowned wildlife artist.  Beadwork by Tamsye.  Consessions will be available featuring Indian Fry Bread. Powwow etiquette will be observed!  No Pets are Allowed.  

804-966-244 or 804-966-2760. 

www.vitalva.org 

May 6 - 7, 2006

Lumbee Spring Powwow 2006
2709 Union Chapel Rd., Lumberton, NC. 28358

Head man: Alex Ross, Head lady: Becky Leviner, MC: Ray Little Turtle, Host Drums: High Noon/ Sizzortail.  Arena Director: J.D. Moore. Contest Information: All categories, except Chicken, Over $30,000 in prize money, along with specials (to be announced later.)Vendors contact Tribal Office at 910-521-7861, downloadable vendor forms coming soon. 

April Whittemore/John Oxendine/Billy Hunt @ 910-521-7861

  nc_chickendancer@yahoo.com  http://www.lumbeetribe.com

May 6 - 7, 2006
"Ole" Mill Pond Powwow
Hwy. 101, Aragon, GA. 30125
Head man: Gene Futch, Head lady: "Fire" Joyner, Host Drums: Aracoma. Vendor Information: $50 vendor fee with primative camping available. No drugs, alcohol, or politics permitted. For other information cantact Jerry Stroup, 770-748-8816 hawk2s@netscape.net

May 6 - 7, 2006
SCIAC Unity Powwow
State Capitol - Gervais St. Columbia, SC
Headman: Joe Canty - Catawba, Headlady: will vary each set, MC: Rick Byrd - Cherokee, Host Drums: A-Wo-Ha-Li,. Vendor Information: No vendor fees, but a contract is required.  Vendors will not be located in the street this year. Drumming, dance demonstrations, Hoop, & Smoke Dancing, Arts & Crafts sales, Storytelling, and games.  All drums and dancers invited to join the South Carolina Indian Affiars Commission for this historical event.  For more informantion contact  SCIAC @ 803-414-2981  joecanty@gmail.com    http://www.southcarolinaindianaffairs.com
 

May 6 - 7, 2006

2nd Annual Scholarship Pow-Wow
601 Benton Road, Bossier City, LA.  71111
Headman: Joe Noah, Headlady: Lori Barham Gray, MC: Rogan Noble, Host Drums: Patrick Oyebi & Intertribal Singers, Arena Director: Michael Gabbard.  Contest Information: Adults: Men's Grass, FAncy, Straight, Traditional, & Golden Age. Women's Buckskin, Cloth, Fancy Shawl, Jingle, & Golden Age. 1st - $300, 2nd - $150. 3rd - $100.  Jrs 11-16, 1st - $100. 2nd - $75., 3rd - $50.  Boys and Girls 6-10 Combined 1st - $60, 2nd - $40. 3rd - $25.  Dance Competition: Dancers must present picture ID with age and valid tribal enrollment id to compete.  Registration ends noon on Saturday.  No Exceptions....For additional information contact Jerry Fairbanks @ 318-549-3881  http://www.thundercloudtradingpost.com

May 12 - 13, 2006

Fredericksburg Intertribal Powwow
Ft. Martin Scott, 1606 E. Main St., Fredericksburg, TX 78624
In 1999 the Comanche family of Chappabitty and Quassycheeky, along with the Fredericksburg Intertribal Powwow organization co-sponsored and founded the first annual powwow to honor an unbroken treaty between the Comanche Nation and the German settlers of Fredericksburg. It was because of the warm relationship between the Comache and the Germans that family ancestors as well as the treaty survived. Our powwow is organized and run in the traditional family style and held outside at historic Ft. Martin Scott.
Nick Bradford 830-997-8925 fbgpowwow@juno.com

Augusta Pow Wow

AJCC 3J Road Evans, GA 30809

Billy Medeiros 706-394-1221, email: krazywilly@knology.net

 

May 12 - 13, 2006

4th annual Roger Tully Memorial Contest Powwow

5 miles N. of Chambers T.P., Chambers, AZ. 86502

Head man: Jakey Skye, Ft. Defiance, AZ., Head lady: Letitia Jack, Ft. Hall, Idaho. Host Drums: Sacred Nations Singers. Arena Director: Elvin Keeswood, Shiprock, NM.  Contest Information: Men's Northern Traditional, Sneak-Up Special  Winner Takes All.  Vendors welcome, $35. 1 day, or $40. for 2 days.  All Food Vendors Must Have Food Handlers Permit!!!  No exceptions. For more information contact Brend House @ 505-979-0028, ndn112@yahoo

 

May 12 - 13, 2006
2006 Graduation Contest Pow Wow
Hwy. 163, Kayenta, AZ. 86033
Head man: Jimmie Austin III / Roderick Redhouse, Head lady: Toni Dee / Utania Nelson,  MC: Ben Hanley Jr. AZ.  Host Drums: Sourthern Outlawzz, Arena Director: Ambrose Redhouse.  Contest information: Contest in all Categories Drum Contest Special. Vendor information: Contact Cheryl Haskan @ 928-697-4899,  leolaaustin@yahoo.com

 

May 12 - 13,  2006
Portland State University UISHE NACAMonth 2006
710 Southwest Jackson, Portland, OR.  97207
Headman: Ed Goodell, Headlady: Sande Bea Allman, MC: Bob Tom, Host Drums: Four Directions.  Contest Information Competition Powwow, First ten drums paid. Contest awards for 1,2,3 places -- six categories. Vendor Information: Three sessions.  first come - first served, table secured only with pre-pay. Forty dollars per session, must comply with Indian Arts and Crafts Act. Will negotiate for exceptional services demonstrating Native American Cultural Preservation, Promotion, or Protection...Vendors parking permits to load and unload, parking per day available in Structures 1 and 3.  PSU UISHE hotel rates at University Place Hotel at Portland State University 69.00 per day plus tax.  For further information contact  Janetter Crume-Centeno, UISHE Co-Coordinator @ 503-725-5671  uisheinfo_2006@yahoo. com

 

May 12 - 14, 2006

Echota/Cherokee Tribe of Florida Mothers Day Powwow

5 mi Hwy 231, 35 mi N Panama City, 10 mi Altha FL

4749 Cr. 274  Altha, FL

Drumming, Singing, Dancing, Games, Food and much more.

Chief Walking Buffalo, Little Willow Woman, or Autumn Spirit   (850) 762-2217

florida_echota_longhair_clan@yahoo.com www.buffalotalks.allthingsnative.com 

 

May 12 - 14, 2006
OTNA Native American Spring Festival
SR 103, Bluffton, OH.  Northwest of I-75, take interchange 142, West on SR 103, follow the signs
MC: Cecil Isaac Jr., Arena Director: Hawk Reeves.  Crafts, Story-Telling, Drumming, and Dancing.  Featuring Artisans from the U.S. and Canada, Craft Demos and sessions daily. Local Native Historian, Native Food, Native Vendors. Public is Welcome.  Bring your lawn chairs and join us.
Vendors and all other information contact Hawk Reeves, 419-234-4305 dhawkreeves@yahoo.com  or John Miles, 419-293-3093 otna@wonline.net
 

May 12 - 14, 2006
Cedar Cottage Neighborhood House
3350 Victoria Dr., Vancouver BC Canada, BC
MC: Harold Bellmont Wa, Host Drums: Chosen each session, Arena Director Chilliwack Zack Cailing. Vendors call Norma @ 604-874-4231 for more information

May 12 -1 4, 2006
16th Annual Cherokee County Indian Featival and Mothers Day
Boling Park, Canton, GA.
The Souths largest and most spectacular Native American educational and entertainment program. This acclaimed event will take plact in Caonton, Georgia at Boling Park, just 40 minutes north of Atlanta on the beautiful Etowah River. Included in the weekend event: Eco-warrior, Okeefenokee Joe, Aztec Dancers, Tipi Village, Warriors on Horseback, Native Foods, Earthern Cooking, A Muskogee Creek encampment, over 50 artists and crafters, much more. For Vendor and other information contact Chipa Wolfe @ 770-735-6275 chipa1@earthlink.net  http://www.rthunder.com

May 12 - 14, 2006
35th Annual Stanford Pow wow
Stanford, CA. 94309
Headman: Juaquin Hamilton, Headlady: Jodi Gillette, Host Drums: Northern Cree, Host Southern Drums: Cozad Singers, Arena Director: Darrell Goodwill. Northern Master of Ceremonies: Keveon Kingbird, Southern Master of Ceremonies: Hammond Motah.  Contest Information: Women's Traditional Special, Northern vs. Southern. $1500 Total Prize Money, plus prizes of star quilts, and Pendleton Jacket for Champion.  Tiny Tot Special,  Men's and Women's Switch Dance contest, Chicken Dance Special, Men's Fancy, Grass Northern Traditional, Southern Straight, Women's Fancy Shawl, Jingle, Northern Traditional, Southern Traditional. Gourd Dancing, Drum Contests, and Hand Drum contest. Teen and Jr. catagories as well.  Head Judge:  Merle Eagle Speaker.   For all additional information contact the Stanford powwow committee @ 650-723-4075  stanford.powwow.2006@gmail.com http://www.stanford.edu/group/powwow/index.html

May 13, 2006
Ben Calf Robe Traditional Powwow
University of Alberta, Butterdome, Edmonton, Alberta
MC: Monty Williams - Shoshone, Host Drums: Thundering Spirit. For additional information contact Aboriginal Learning Services @ 780-477-2133.
 
May 13, 2006
Western Washington University Spring Powwow
516 High St. Bellingham, WA. 98225
All Head Staff to be announced:  Vendors, please contact Victoria Retasket @ 360-441-9501  retaskv@cc.wwu.edu  For other information please contact Elizabeth Johnstone @ 509-701-7620 wwunasu@gmail.com
 

May 13, 2006
Red Storm Drum and Dance Troupe Native Gathering
1000 Richmond Terrace, Snug Harbor), Staten Island, NY.
MC: Gil Cryinghawk Tarbox, Host Drums: Red Storm Drum and Dance Troupe. Guest Drum: Ninham Mountain Singers, Dancers Welcome, Day Money is Available for dancers. Flute Playing, Story Telling, Tepee Setups, Dance Demonstrations and much more. Also available, Native American Food, Crafts, and Jewelry. Falconer, Jennifer Pena, "Flight of the Raptor", Raptor lectures and flight demos. Recording Artist and songwriter Kathleen Williamson: Folk, Country, Native Style, and Blues. And the Staten Island Traveling Zoo. All are welcome, Rain or Shine. No alcohol, Drugs, or Weapons. For more information contact Robert & Margi Boldeagle @ 718-727-5956 rboldeagle@si.rr.com  http://nativeamerican.bravehost.com

May 13, 2006
D.U. INDIAN CLUB /MOTHERS DAY POWWOW
Denver Indian Center, Denver, CO.

601-416-0687

May 13 - 14, 2006

Huntsville Powwow
Cahaba Shrine Park 6001 Pulaski Pike Huntsville, AL 35805
Free Admission, Need vendors. Vendor fee is $100 all drums welcome, all dancers welcome
Betty Abbou 256 882 9651, email: Abbou8@aol.com

 

May 13 - 14, 2006

Native American Cultural Days and Bison Blessing

Elgin, Illinois

Elgin Public Museum and Midwest SOARRING Foundation

Peggie Stromberg  847-741-6655

ladymargaret@dls.net

www.elginpublicmuseum.com

 

May 13 - 14, 2006

Socorro Mothers Day Pow Wow
3831 Montgomery NE. #424, Socorro, NM.  87801
Head man: Isaiah Stewart, Head lady: Angela Sims & CharlenePacheco, MC: Dr. Clayton Small, Host Drums: Sacred Path Singers,  Arena Director: Pat Pacheco,  The Socorro Mothers Day Pow Wow will host the traveling Viet Nam Memorial Wall, "The Wall That Heals" in conjunction with the Pow Wow.  Grand Entry for the Pow Wow will be at 7pm on Saturday, May 13 & at 1pm on Sunday, Mothers Day, May 14th.  Contest Information: Traditional, outdoor, cash awards.  Vendor Information:  Food vendors $50 per day, Art/Craft/Jewelry vendors $30 per day or $50 for two days. Please provide own tables, chairs, power & lighting. Set up is Saturday, May 13 8-12 noon. Space under the tent is on a first come, first serve basis. A donation from each vendor of one item ($10-15 value) for raffle drawing is requested. Please provide a written description of the artitst or your business for the MC to announce & promote your item. Vendors selling both crafts & food will be charged as Food Vendors. Contact Lori Scholes @ 800-462-5489, For all other information contact Donna Monette @ 505-881-8847  lori@ranchomagdalena.com

 

May 13 - 14, 2006

13th Annual Mariposa Pow Wow

Mariposa Fairgrounds, Mariposa, CA

Gates open at 10:00 a.m., Saturday 12noon-10p.m., Sunday 11am-4:00pm.  Tradition Miwuk Dancing at Dinner Break.  Open to the Public. Rain or Shine.  This is an Alcohol and Tobacco free event. Head Staff:  Host Drum: BlackBear Crossing (Fresno); Head Man: Dino Brochini, Miwok/Pauite; Head Woman: Sandra Vasquez, Miwok/Pauite; Head Teen Boy: Nick Cicneros,Apache/Yaqui; Head Teen Girl:Sarah Marquez (Fresno); Head Tiny Tot Boy:Harrison Wesley; Head Tiny Tot Girl:Alissa Aleo Jeff

Penny Long  209-742-2244
P.O. Box 1200, Mariposa, CA  95338
mariposapowwow@yahoo.com or mariposamiwuk@sti.net

 

May 13 - 14, 2006
18th Annual San Diego American Indian Cultural Days
Park Blvd/President Way/Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. 92101

This is a Free Event, for additional information contact San Diego American Indian @ 619-581-5964

May 13 - 14, 2006
7th Annual Little Earth of United Tribes Mothers Day
Cedar Fields Park, 25th St. / 18th Ave. So., Minneapolis, MN. 55404
MC: David Larson, Host Drums: Little Earth Singers, Arena Director Windy Downwind. The Little Earth Community Partnership is co-sponsoring this event with the Indian Health Board of Minneapolis (IHB), we are pleased to announce the 7th Annual Mothers Day Traditional Pow-wow, "Celebrating the Spirit of our Community. This is a FREE event and open to the public. Outdoor event, come rain or shine and bring own lawn chair. Registration starts at 10a.m. both days. Honorariums will be paid to all registered dancers. All Eagle Staffs welcome, Royalty welcome. A delicious Traditional meal will be provided by IHB. Little Earth royalty pageant, Royalty outgoing dance specials and Committee dance specials for youth/adult. Raffle, cash Bingo and pull tabs.Registration starts at 10a.m. both days. Honorariums will be paid to all registered dancers. All Eagle Staffs welcome, Royalty welcome. A delicious Traditional meal will be provided by IHB. Little Earth royalty pageant, Royalty outgoing dance specials and Committee dance specials for youth/adult. Raffle, cash Bingo and pull tabs. This is a Family event, Alcohol, Drugs, and FireArms Prohibited.
Vendor Contact: Kelly Morgan at (612) 226-2980 Email: tatankawinyan04@yahoo.com  For all other information contact Windy Downwind @ 612-724-0023 windydownwind@earthlink.net 
http://www.littleearth.org 

May 13-14, 2006
Comanche Little Ponies Annual Mothers Day Pow Wow
Comanche Nation Complex, Located 8 miles north of Lawton OK., on I-44...   PO Box 2032, Lawton, OK.  73502
Headman: Berwyn Moses, Headlady: Agnes Wermy, MC: Sammy Tonkei White, Additional MC - Lance Allrunner, Host Drums: Tha Tribe, Comanche Little Ponies Princess 2005-06, Isa Belle Poorbuffalo,  Color Guard - Comanche Indian Veterans Association, Honored Elder - Rosalie Attocknie,  Head Singer - Jason Lightfoot,  Head Gourd Dancer - Sam Howell,    Arena Director: Travis Codynah. Additional Arena Director - Freddie Banderas, Co-Hosts - Hasinai Society of the Caddo Nation & Chief Satanta Whitebear Descendants, Invited Guests - Jessica Tahah, Comanche Tribal Princess 2005-06 & Joy Flores, Kiowa Tribal Princess 2005-06 . Contest Information: Contests in Boys & Girls Tiny Tots, Jr. Boys (combined) & Jr. Girls (combined), Men's Straight, Grass, Traditional, & Fancy, Women's Cloth, Jingle, Fancy Shawl, & Buckskin.  Vendor Information:  All Arts & Crafts Vendors are Welcome. The pow wow will be held outdoors. Plenty of electrical hookups available. You must provide your own set up, tables, etc... Arts & Crafts Fee is $30 a day or $50 for both days. Food Vendor Fee is $150 for both days. No checks accepted, cash only. For more information, contact Cleve Christian  at (405) 410-6095. For additional information contact Lowell Nibbs @ 580-583-5279 lowelln@affiliatedtrans.com

May 19, 2006

4th Annual Agency Creek Round Dance

9615 Grand Ronde Rd., Grand Ronde, OR. 97347

MC: Thomas Morning Owl, Arena Director: Fred Ike Jr., 

Bobby Mercier @ 503-879-2076,  bobby.mercier@grandronde.org

 

May 19 - 20, 2006
School Out Celebration
Dennehotso Boarding School, Dennehotso, AZ. 86535
Headman: Rodrick Redhouse, Hayenta, AZ. Headlady: Toni Dee,
Montezuma Creek, UT., Sam Dee, Montezuma Creek, UT. Host Drums:
Eagle Creek Singers, Dennehotso, AZ. Arena Director: Ambrose
Redhouse, Kayenta, AZ. Contest information: The Southern Host is
Southern Company from Montezuma Creek, UT. There will contest in Jr.
Teens, Adult Divisions. There will be contest in (Male) Grass, Fancy,
Traditional, (Female) Jingle, Fancy Shawl, Traditional There might be
a drum contest. Point System both days. For Ventdor and other
information contact James Jones @ 928-658-3201 dokahey89@yahoo.com

 

May 19 - 21, 2006
Painted Hand Casino Pow wow
Yorkton, Sas.
Contact the Painted Hand Casino @ 306-786-6777

 

May 19 -  21, 2006

Cumberland Plateau 5th Annual American Indian Powwow

Putnam County Fairgrounds, Cookeville, TN

Friday May 19, 2006 Free Kids day, all school age kids and teachers will be admitted free for that day only.  Saturday May 20, 2006 Gates open at 9:00am Grand Entries 11:00am and 6:00pm.  Sunday May 21, 2006 gates open 10:00am grand entry 11:00am.  All drums and Dancers welcome. Adults $5.00 child 5-16 will be $2.00.  Directions: I-40 to exit 287, go north, take left on Veterans Drive ( next to Ryan's), take a right at the Fairgrounds. Signs will be posted. 

Linda  931-544-4908 or Carol 931-3720495 

Indigenous Intertribal Corp
357 Stephens Lane, Livingston, TN 38570
931-823-0007
iicpowwow@yahoo.com  

 

May 19 - 21, 2006

Tunica-Biloxi Powwow

Chief Joseph A. Pierite Powwow Grounds on the Tunica Reservation, Hwy 1, Marksville, LA.

Host Southern Drum: Southern Boyz, Lawton, Ok. Host Northern Drum: Parker School Singers, Rocky Boy, MT.  Head Gourd Dancer: Dick Whiteside, Gulf Port, MS. Arena Director: Richard Rock, Rocky Boy, MT. Head Man Dancer: Andrew Gray, Pawhuska, OK. Head Woman Dancer: Randi Lynn Santos, Carnegie, OK.  MC: Rob Daughtery, Jay, OK.  Head Dance Judge: Dale Robers, Atwood, OK. Head Drum Judge: Bert Polchies, Indian Island, ME.  Guest Entertainers: Annie Humphrey Cannes Brul'ee Hawk  (Indian Flute)  Jackie Crow, Legend Keeper.    Powwow features over 40 food and craft vendors. 

John Barby or Sharon  (800) 946-1946 ext 2034  (318) 253-2033 Fax  tunica40@bellsouth.net  www.tunicapowwow.org

 

May 19 - 21, 2006
26th Annual Tuscarora Nation of NC Festival Pow Wow
Tuscarora Nation Tribal Grounds Maxton, North Carolina 28364
Tribal Vendors Welcome. Chief Leon Locklear 910-844-3352 tuscarorachief@earthlink.net

 

May 20, 2006
Spring Bear Powwow and Indian Market

Regis University Fieldhouse
3333 Regis Blvd. (54th Ave. in old north Denver) Denver, CO.
All dancers and drums welcome to this traditional (no contest) powwow and all Indian vendor market. Cultural food concession supports powwow committee. Native radio sponsor: alterNative Voices on airos.org

Bear  (303) 648-3414

info@ravendancers.org
www.ravendancers.org

 

May 20, 2006
2nd Annual Catawba Senior Powwow
985 Avenue of Nations, Rock Hill, SC.  29730
Head man: Pat Blue, Head lady: Mandy George,  MC: Donal Rodgers, Host Drums: Edisto River Singers. Arena Director: Monty Branham.  A one-day traditional powwow presented by the Catawba Indian Nation Senior Center in recognition of Catawba elders during the senior recognition month.  Grounds will be open at 10 am.  All dancers are welcome.  Many intertribals and specials.  Come and practice your style.  Native American food, arts and craft, Catawba pottery and baskets. Vendors contact Jeanette Largo at 803-328-3672, bluelargo10@hotmail.com.  For other information contact  Jim Largo @ 803-328-3672, lago711@hotmail.com

 

 
May 20, 2006

1st Intertribal Gathering. Aptos.

Santa Cruz Fairgrounds, 2601 E. Lake Avenue  Watsonville, CA

Non-competition powwow. Northern Drum: The ManKillers. Southern Drum: Drum & Feathers. Head Man: Gilbert Blacksmith. Head Woman:TBA. American Indian Veterans Association. The Medicine Warrior Dance Troupe. Gourd Dance 11am. Grand Entry 12pm. Veterans Honoring. Guest Speakers: Dr. Darryl Babe Wilson, Pamina Yellow Bird and Corena Gould. Traditional craft demos. Drug and alcohol free event. Hosted by Santa Cruz Indian Council.  

SCIC.  831-425-4404  info@santacruz-indiancouncil.org

http://www.santacruz-indiancouncil.org

 

May 20, 2006

4th Annual UC Merced Powwow

Sponsored by: CIEA Central Valley Chapter

UC Merced Campus, P.O. Box 2039 Merced CA. 95344

5200 N. Lake Rd. Merced, CA. 95343

No Contest Powwow. Admission Fee: Free. Booths & fees: 25 vendors spaces available 2 food booth spaces available. Fees not determined yet. comments Youth "Make n Take" Village  Traditional meal 5p.m., Bring chairs &/or blankets. Drug free & Alcohol- Free event. Open Gourd Dancing Directions Hwy 99 Southbound exit 16th St. Northbound exit R&V St. follow signs for Hwy 59 North Turn right @ Bellview, Lake Rd.(L) to UC Merced Campus entrance & follow signs to Powwow
Mike Hermann (209)726-9620  (209)617-9727 cieacvchapter@hotmail.com
 
May 20, 2006
Pueblo Fundraiser and Contesting Powwow/Indian Market
Pueblo Comm. College 900 W. Orman Ave Pueblo, CO 81004
Spring Powwow in beautiful Pueblo, Colorado. Fry bread, dancing, merchants, music and more.
Shelley 719-406-5247 sdgauna@aol.com
 
May 20, 2006
Jake and Cathy Chanate Memorial Dance
Cherokee Nation Powwow Grounds, Tahlequah, OK. 74464
Head man: Thorpe Sine, Head lady: Tonya Soap-Gonzales, MC: Archie Mason, Host Drums: DrumBusters, Arena Director: Mike Killer & Eligah Nells.  Contest Information: $300-$200-$100 in Men's Straight, Fancy, combo Men's/Jr grass, Women's Jingle Winnner takes all in women's cloth $150-$100-$50 in Junior Girls Jingle, All Dancers Must be in Grand Entry in order to compete.  For additional information contact  Mary Chanate- 918-207-5493 or 918-456-8135.

May 20, 2006
Hebolb Powwow
1803 13th St. Everett, WA. 98201

Headman: Deshawn LittleEagle, Headlady: Ervana LittleEagle, MC:
Randy Vendiola, Host Drums: Arena Director: Rudy Vendiola. Contest Info: Entry: $3.00 registration fee. Must Register day of PowWow. Vendor and other information contact Mona Halcomb @ 425-388-9283
$65.00 per table plus donation for our raffle. mhalcomb@everettcc.edu

 

May 20 - 21, 2006
The Gathering Of Eagles Powwow
1111 Indian Cave Road Blaine, Tennessee 37709
American Intertribal Association and Tennessee Native
American Indian Council.  Dancers, Drummers, Storytellerswelcome! Your spiritual uplift is appreciated.. Vender Space Available, feel free Chief Richard Dykes 865-828-4455 dredbear9@aol.com
 
May 20 - 21, 2006
Spring Shawnee Traditional Powwow
7092 SR 540, Bellefontaine, OH. 43311
All Head Staff to be announced.  We also have a Native American Indian Museum and Cavern Tours Onsite.  Camping with and without electric and water. Rustic cabin, gift shop and much more.  Vendors, Traditional and Hand made items only - No Imports!!! Contact Crow @ 937-592-9592
 
May 20 - 21, 2006
Bkejwanong Community Cultural Celebration
R.R. #3, Wallaceburg, Ontario
All Head Staff to be announced. This community celebration is open to all who want to celebrate our heritage and share the life we have. There is no admission but donations to B.C.C.C. are welcome,daily program on saturday and sundays rough camping available More information to follow.  Vendors contact Press Altiman for more information @ 519-628-5628, For other information contact Stacey Nahdee, or Vicki Ware @ 519-332-6164.
 
May 20 - 21, 2006
Root Festival 1st annual
Hwy. 99 S., Cottage Grove, OR. 97424
MC: Tony Two Crows, Host Drums: Pa Khut Eem, Arena Director: Roy Hayes.  This is a traditional gathering with no entry fees or camping fees. Campsites are primtive with portable toilets available for use. Dancing and drumming will be on Saturday with Longhouse ceremony on Sunday. Meals will be provided for dancers, drummers, vendors, etc.  There will be a namegiving ceremony and a coming out on Sat.   Maps & directions will be available upon request.  Vendors and more drums welcome. Contact Roy Hayes @ 541-463-7886 whispering4winds@yahoo.com
 
May 20 - 21, 2006
2nd Annual Honor the Eagle Pow Wow
Starved Rock State Park, Rt. 178 and 71, Utica, IL. 61373

Headman: Thorpe Sine, Headlady: Melanie Minafore, MC:
Leonard Malatare, Host Drums: Four Nations Singers, Other Drums:
Cricketthill. Arena Director: Lark La Roque. For Vendor, Camping,
and other information contact Janet Sevilla @ 773-585-1744
msf@midwestsoarring.org http://midwestsoarring.org
 
May 20 - 21, 2006
Cherokee Tribe of Northeast Alabama Springs Festival
Grant City Park, Grant, AL  35964
Headman: Kieth Little Badger,  Jr. Headman: Sky Walkingstick, Headlady: Betty Little Dove Baker,  Jr. Headlady:  Rainey Walkingstick.  MC: Dave Trezak, Host Drums: Medicine Dog Singers,  Other Drums: Aracoma Lightening Singers.  Arena Director: Charles Lahay.  StoryTeller: Charlotte 'Silver Moon' Pierce.  Native Arts and Crafts, StoryTelling, Demonstrations, Dancing and Drumming.  Public Welcome:   Bring your lawn chair and spend the day.   For Vendor information contact: Rita Skelton @ 205-274-9353  No Drugs, Alcohol or FireArms Allowed.  For all other information contact  Charlene Story @ 205-681-0080 
 

May 20 - 21, 2006

UNACC 11th Annual Unity Days
29 Antietam Street, Devens, MA
Head Staff to be announced:  MC: Roland Jerome, Host Drums: Ancient Echoes:  Arena Director: Roland Jerome.  For further information contact  Lorena or Cindy @ 978-772-1306  unacc@intergate.com   http://www.intergate.com/~unacc/unacc.html

 

May 20 - 21, 2006
Oregon State University Klatowa Eena Pow wow
OSU Campus, 1800 SW Jefferson Way, Corvallis, OR. 97331
Headman: Amos Pond, Headlady Christine Johnson, MC: Kenny ScabbyRobe, Host Drums: BlackLodge, Other Drums: Indian Nation.  Arena Director: Fred Hill Sr. Contest Info: Drum Info. Daily drum fee, Hand drum Contest Dance Categories: Golden Age, Adult Men/Women, Teens, Juniors, Tiny Tots, Veterans Honored Contest Specials: Hand Drum Specials TBA Owl Dance Specials TBA Womens Old Style Jingle Special TBA Dinner will be served on Saturday for everyone, lunch on Sunday.   Vendors contact Kent Bushnell @ 541-754-7567  bushnelk@onid.orst.edu  For other information contact Patrick Luke @ 540-310-9439  Powwow@oregonstate.edu   http://www.mu.oregonstate.edu/longhouse/
 

May 21 - 22, 2006

Honoring Our Children Inter-Tribal Powwow
861 Salisbury Rd., Richmond, IN. 47374
Head man: Jaun Reiter, Head lady: Sheena Anderson, MC: Larry Grigsby, Host Drums: Blackswamp Singers. Arena Director: Albert RunningWolf - Kiowa, IN.  All are welcome.  Host hotel is Holiday Inn, 5501 National Rd. East, Richmond, IN. 47374, 765-966-7511 ....Ask for Powwow Rate!!.  No drugs, alcohol, or firearms permitted, No selling Hawk, Owl, or Eagle Feathers!!!!  Vendors by invitation only: 
Advertisement/Donations: Jim and Diana Miller @ 765-977-6769 Vicky and Rodney Tate @ 765-977-4212.
Pat and Dewey Ferguson @ 765-249-2001.
Albert Running Wolf and Fran Potter @ 765-647-4947

May 20 - 21, 2006

Appalachian American Indians of WV Powwow

State Fair Grounds, Fairlea,WV 24901
Family event, no drugs or drinking, free admission. All are welcome.
Nancy Hardiman 304-536-3188, tribelink@hotmail.com
www.aaiwv-ani.org 

 

May 20 - 21, 2006

Red Strom Powwow Festival

Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 1000 Richmond Terrace Staten Island, NY 10301

Flute Playing, Story Telling, Tepee Setups, Dance, Staten Island Traveling Zoo, Demonstrations and More. Also Available Native American Food, Crafts and Jewelry *Admission Free* Rain or Shine. Dancers are Welcome, Day Money is Available for dancers. Sponsored by the Council on the Arts & Humanities for Staten Island and the New York State Council on the Arts.
Margie Boldeagle  718-727-5956,  rboldeagle@si.rr.com

 

May 26 - 28, 2006 

Upper Current River PowWow

Western Cherokee Cultural Center

Traditional PowWow.... Special Guest Larry Sellers (Cloud Dancing of Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman). Open to the Public, All drums Welcome!  Head Staff: MC Don Hoffman, Cherokee/Choctaw - Host Drum Young Bucks, Omaha - Guest Drum MudSlide, Luiseno - Arena Director Bruce McGeehee, Cherokee - Head Man Dancer Lorenzo "ZO" Stabler, Omaha - Head Lady Dancer Becky Brison, Cheyenne - Head Gourd Dancer Tony Flores, Sr, Luiseno/Osage - Tiny Tots Contest, Saturday Evening.

John Watson
East 10th, Salem, MO  65560
573 729-2233
office@westerncherokeenation.org
http://westerncherokeenation.org/events.shtml

 

May 26 - 28, 2006
Old Fort Pow Woww
SW Service Road Of I-40 At Exit 73, Old Fort, NC

Blue Ridge Intertribal Pow-wow Association

114 Oak Ave. Spruce Pine NC 28777-2720
Mable Benjamin 813-765-3073, gcecil@tampabay.rr.com

 

May 26 - 28, 2006
2nd Annual Seven Clans Casino contest pow-wow
20595 Center St. East, Thief River Falls, MN. 56701
NC: Curtis Assinniboine - Maitoba, Host Drums: Blackstone - Saskatchewan, Other Drums: Battle River, Eyabay, High Noon, and Mandaree. Arena Director: Mack Kingbird - MN. Contest Information:
Adultcategories: $800,$600,$400,$200 Golden age:50+ Sr. Adult:35-49 & Jr. Adult:18-34 Memorial singing contest: $4000, $3000, $2000, $1000.  Call Seven Clans Casino for hotel Rooms: 1-800-881-0712. ask for pow-wow block.  or extension 6056.   Or call Ron (ext.6095) for more info.  camping space availableVendors, First 10 paid $75/day or $150/ all weekend.  For more information contact Ron Lussier @ 800-881-0712, ralussier@sevenclanscasino.com
 
May 26 - 28, 2006
18th Annual Snow Mountian Pow Wow
Snow Mountain Rez, Las Vegas, NV.  89124, US 95 N. Exit 95
Head Staff to be choosen each session:  Contest Information: Tiny Tots Dance Contest, 4 places in All catagories, Junior, Teens, Adult, and Golden Age Divisions. Dancer Registration fee $5.  Drum Contest, 4 places, (Combined No. & So.) 1st place - $2000. 2nd place - $1500., 3rd place - $1000., 4th place - $500. Drum Registration, $10 per drum. The Pow Wow Committee will not be held responsible for any accidents, theft, loss, injuries, short funded travelers, etc.  Host Hotel is Sante Fe Station Casino, 866-847-7666, ask for 18th annual powwow group rate. For more information contact Marcia Mahone @ 702-395-1790 mmahone@lvpaiute.com

 

May 26 - 29, 2006
De-Un-Da-Ga Powwow

Custaloga Town Scout Reservation

7 Boy Scout lane Carlton, PA 16311

Dance Sessions: Camping:$7.00 per person, includes admission, hot showers, camping trailers welcome (no hook-ups/dump station.) No scheduled events for Friday or Monday. No early camping, No ground fires. No Pets, drugs, alcohol, fireworks.
Daren Krug 814-437-1651, email: darennvikki@csonline.com

 

May 27, 2006 
Native American Program Spring Festival Powwow
Central OR Comm. College 2600 College Way Bend, OR 97701
One day Pow Wow. Some limited free vendor space. Art Show. Non-competitive benefit Pow Wow. Dancers and Drummers pay and food and camping arrangements.  Seeking an experienced MC to host our event  See website for details.
Neely or Cody 541-318-3787,  nperisich@cocc.edu,
Cody Yeager  cyeager@cocc.edu
http://nativeamerican.cocc.edu

 

May 27, 2006 

Native Pride Culture & Film Fest   11:00am - 6:00pm
Sherman Indian High, 9010 Magnolia Ave, Riverside, CA 92503
Sponsored by Sherman Indian Museum  (951) 276-6719
Native American Films.  Fashion Show.  Traditional music / dance performances. Speakers, Cultural Displays, Art exhibition, Student club food booths 
www.shermanindianmuseum.org  

 

May 27 - 28, 2006

Hilo Inter-Tribal PowWow 

Wailoa River Park, Hilo, Island of Hawaii

"Celebrating Cultural Diversity" Federation of American Natives and Alice Moon & Co.  Family oriented traditional powwow.  It will be a strictly enforced drug and alcohol free event.  All the Native Nations will take part to make this a true Inter-Tribal Celebration. Head Man Dancer:  Lynn Burnett, Sr., Loveland, Colorado, Lakota/Rosebud

Sioux; Head Woman Dancer: Ann Shouting Cardston,  Alberta Canada, Blood Tribe, Blackfoot Confederacy of Canada;  Host Drum: Wild Rice, Honolulu Hawaii; Masters of Ceremonies: Michael Horse, Berkeley California, Yaqui, Mescalero Apache, Zuni; Oliver Shouting Cardston Alberta, Blood Tribe, Blackfoot Confederacy of Canada; Arena Director: Dan McDaniel, Mountain View Hawaii, Choctaw; Special Guest Performers: Wapato Indian Club, Wapato, Washington.  The Wapato Indian Club sends its message through dance.  All performers are youth from sixth grade to high school.  They can convey more of a message in a half hour of dance than many adults can in a two hour speech.  The group is the 2005 award recipient of the prestigious "Washington State Governor's Cultural Award".  LaRance Intertribal Dancers of Flagstaff Arizona.  Fifteen year old Nakotah LaRance is a five time World Hoop Dance Champion and currently holds the Tennage World Hoop Dance Title.  He was seen as "Voices That Carry" in "Into The West.  At eleven years old Cree LaRance is following in is brother's foot steps and is a world class competitor in the World Championship of Hoop Dance.  Shondien LaRance is 13 years old and one of the very few females who competes in the Hoop Dance Championships.  The Hilo Seaside Hotel is our Host Hotel.  Conveniently located one mile from the airport and 1/2 mile from the PowWow Grounds this hotel has true Aloha.  The PowWow Rate is $59.00 per night plus tax.  To get this rate you must call the hotel direct at 1-800-560-5557 ask for the PowWow Rate. Make reservations early.

info@hilopowwow.com  1-808-933-9772.  

 

May 27 - 29, 2006

13th Cherokee Festival

Temple University, Ambler, PA

Grand Entry 12:00 Noon.  Camping for traders and dancers.

Chief Buffy Red Feather   215-549-4191
6473 Ardleigh St, Philadelphia, PA   19119
buffy@icdc.com
 

May 27 - 29, 2006

24th Annual Moon When The Ponies Shed Powwow

Franklin Co. Fair Grounds 4100 Columbia St., Hilliard, Ohio
Traditional Powwow. MC-Jerry Dearly,AD-Ken Irwin Sr. Host Drum-Many Voice Sponsored by Native American Indian Center Of Central Ohio P.O. Box 07705 Columbis, Ohio  43207 

NAICCO   (614)443-6120 Fax: (614) 443-2651  

naicco@aol.com

 

May 28, 2006

Malki Fiesta

Morongo Indian Rez, Malki Museum Banning, CA 92220

Traditional food, bird-singers and dancers, crafts.
951-849-7289 malkimuseum@aol.com

 

May 28, 2006
SnowBird Cherokee of Graham Co. "Fading Voices" Powwow
Little Snowbird Church Playground, Snowbird Community, Robbinsville, NC.
Demonstrations of making butter, soap, baskets, beadwork, and other crafts/skills; mound building and ceremonial dancing; gospel singing; Native American food/drinks, arts/crafts for sale; Native American games for the children; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Little Snowbird Church Playground, Snowbird Community, Robbinsville, NC; Menu includes: Bean and chestnut bread ~ hominy ~ fatback ~ wild greens ~fry bread ~ Indian taco ~ trout ~ fried chicken ~ sassafras tea 
For more information, call: 828/479-1201 or 828/479-3917, Evenings call: 828/479-6629  www.junaluska.com

 

JUNE

June 2 - 3, 2006
28th Annual AICA Pow Wow
742 Jericho Road, Union Grove, NC.  28634
Head man: Chuck DuBois, Head lady: Millie Pierce, MC: Patrick Boyken,  Arena Director: Mike Murrin, GA. Please take note that the date has changed. It is June 2-3, 2006 this year. NOT- Fathers Day week-end. For information contact  Ed Detorres, 828-464-5579, exdt@webtv.net  http://www.aicaofnc.com
 

June 2 - 3, 2006

Chief Yellow Calf Memorial Club Pow-Wow
Blue Sky Hall, Ethete, WY. 82520
MC: Chico Her Many Horses, Host Drums: Black Horse , Arena Director: Pat Iron Cloud. Contest Information: 7,000 In Prize Money!! Senior, Adult, Teen, Junior, Divisions. For Vendor and other information contact Marion Scott @ 307-332-2124  northernarapaho06@yahoo.com

 

June 2 - 4, 2006

Nueta Waxikena Spiritual Gathering
Pipestone National Quarries, Pipestone, MN

The purpose of this Gathering is to fulfill a Mandan Waxikena's dream of the Okipa Ceremony.  The Okipa Ceremony will be held in the future, when all of the resources, people, and location fall into place; planning will take place during the Gathering.  The June Gathering will involve sweat lodges, talking circles, pipe ceremonies, guest speakers, a flute concert, and round dances.  All People  with a sincere desire to seek the spiritual are welcome. 

Janet and Cedric Red Feather  952 217-4453
13000 Dahlia Circle, #205
Eden Prairie, MN   55344
eaglesong07@yahoo.com


June 2 - 4, 2006

3rd NNDT Rotund Powwow

4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

Near the University of PA campus

Special Attractions: Children's Festival Friday; Native dance performance by Native Nations Dance Theater, Friday; Inter-tribal and powwow dancing Saturday and Sunday. Aztec dancers; Storytelling, Crafts, Music, Native Foods.

Vaughnda Hilton   215-472-9996  215-747-6330

www.nndt.homestead.com/directory.html

www.foundationarts.org

 

June 2 - 4, 2006

Black Horse Pow Wow

Christian County Fairgrounds, Taylorville, Illinois

All Gourd Dancers are invited.  This is the first of many Pow Wows to come by the name, 'Black Horse. Takes the place of Potawatomi Trail Pow Wow.  All Drums Welcome.  'Come And Dance"  Free admission, Free Parking!

Hawk Hoffman   217-528-9172
1012 North 12th Street, Springfield, IL  62702
sevenhawks@netzero.net

 

June 2 - 4, 2006
Heritage of Healing Pow Wow
59th St & Ost Rd. Indianapolis, IN.
Head lady: Felicia Phillips - Omaha Nation, MC: Lou White Eagle - Cheyenne, Host Drums: Thunder Boys - SD., Other Drums: Maza Napin-Iron Necklace & White Hawk..  At the request of our Little Miss Native Youth Alliance, NYA will be hosting a spring pow wow with Tipi Contests, Specials, Frybread Contest, Music and more. Camping available for participants.  For more information call (317)538-9369 or (928)542-0007.  littlemissnya1@hotmail.com
 

June 2 - 4, 2006

Veterans Pow Wow
3315 Bragg Blvd. Fayetteville, NC. 28303
Head man: Emerson Begay, Head lady: Ruth Greyhorse, MC: Lowery Begay, Host Drums: Iron Necklace, Arena Director: Ben Sanchez. Dancer Raffle Money  Camping Availible.  Contact Jim @ 910-474-2400,(Please call after 7PM)  jimbo622@adelphia.net

 

June 2 - 4, 2006
20th Annual Red Earth Festival
1 Myriad Gardens, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Host Drums: Mountain Soul Singers Bad Nation, Sage Point Southern Boyz, Otter Trail Bad Medicine, Fort Oakland Ramblers Blacklodge. MC's: Wallace Coffey (Comanche), Vince Beyl (Ojibwe).  Arena Directors:  Terry Tsotigh (Kiowa),Wade Baker (Mandan Hidatsa), Terry Fiddler (Cheyenne River Sioux), Graham Primeaux (Ponca/Otoe), Chris Soap (Cherokee), Randy Frazier (Pottawatomie). Color Guard: Seminole Nation Color Guard.  Contest Information:
Dance Categories and Awards Tiny Tots (Ages 0 - 5), Juniors (Ages 6 - 12), Teens (Ages 13 - 17), Adult (Ages 18 - 54), Seniors (Ages 55 + ),  Daily Prize Money.  For information contact Connie Hart yellowman @ 405-427-8079  cyellowman@redearth.org  http://www.redearth.org

 

June 2 - 4, 2006
Walker County Indian Festival
Walker County Boot and Saddle Club, Jasper, AL
HeadMan: Smitty Smith, Headlady: Valerie Cooper, MC: Gary Smith, Host Drums, Cherokee Road Singers, Arena Director: Ronnie Headley.  For Vendor and other info contact N.A.T.I.V.E. 205-436-4995 n.a.t.i.v.e@hotmail.com   http://www.native-web.org
 

June 2 - 4, 2006

Oklahoma Gourd Dance Club
584 Bingo Road, Lawton, OK. 73507
HeadMan: George Tahdooahnippah, HeadLady: Ruby Woodard, MC: Billy Evans Horse, Arena Director: Freddy Banderas and Joe Navaquaya.  Contest Information: Tiny Tots & Jr. Boys Straight -Jr. Girls 7 - 12, Teen Girls 13 - 15:, Womens Cloth,Mens Traditional,  Mens Straight,  Contest Registration Opens Friday at 7pm , closes Saturday at 8pm. No Exceptions. All Contestants Must Register in person and be in all grand entrys.Must be in full regalia to recieve prize money, no ball caps & tennis shoes. Protest Fee is $500 cash only. Pow-wow is open to the public and the military are welcome.Indian arts and crafts only and food vendors are welcome for a fee.For more information please call. Oklahoma Gourd Dance Club will not be responsible for accidents or thefts. No Alcoholic Beverages or Drugs allowed. Bring your own chairs. Camping is also available. RV hook-ups also. Butch or Linda Tahsequah @ 580-248-2591 josomrs04@sbcglobal.net

 

June 2 - 4, 2006
16th Annual Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe School Cont
8575 N. Round Lake School Rd, Hayward, WI. 54843
MC: Larry Smallwood & Pete Gahbow, Host Drums: Lac Courte Oreilles Badger Singers, Pipestone Singers and Grindstone Lake Singers. Contest information: Adult and Youth Drum Competition - Youth Drums must have a mentor. Adult and Youth Hand Drum Competition, Girls Singing Competition. Dance Competition, Points start Friday 7 p.m. Grand Entry, Registration ends Saturday 2 p.m.
For Vendor and other information contact: Elaine Miller @ 715-634-8924 emiller@lcoschools.bia.edu  

 

June 3, 2006

25th Annual Yuba-Sutter Pow Wow
Yuba College 2088 N.Beale Rd. Marysville, CA 95901
James Graham 530 749-6196,  jgraham@mjusd.k12.ca.us
 

June 3, 2006

5th Annual UCI Pow Wow

4023 Mesa Rd, Irvine, CA. 92617

MC: Michael Aviles, Arena Director: Victor Chavez: Vendor

Vendor Applications Applications are on the UCI AISA powwow website:     

Kris Hohag @760-920-3389 aisa@uci.edu  http://clubs.uci.edu/aisa/powwow

 

June 3 - 4, 2006

Friends of Bottom View Farm Native Festival

Wilkerson Lane, Portland, TN

Luck-of-the-draw Powwow.  All dancers and drums welcome. Primitive camping.  Proceeds to benefit Vanderbilt's Children's Hospital. 

Cathy Gregory   615 851-2623

P.O. BOX 266, Goodlettsville, TN 37072
redroadone@yahoo.com

 

June 3 - 4, 2006
Council Point Traditional Pow Wow
Riverbank Rd. Lincoln Park, MI. 48146
Head man: Justin Hendrick, Head lady: Cheryl Fisher, MC: Dennis Banks, Host Drums: Tree Town, Other Drums: SwiftBird (old style Lakota) Arena Director: Reggie Pettibone. Vendors information: Half Wolf Merchandise Custom Printing and Slik Screen Designs, Arts and Crafts, Jewellry, etc.  Two Eagles Art and Design. For more information contact Bryan Halfday, 313-615-6612 bryanhalf@aol.com   http://halfwolfmerchandise.com, or American Indian Services, Fay Givens 313-388-4100


 

June 3 - 4, 2006
24th Annual American Indian Festival and Pow Wow
16816 Country Lane, Waldorf, MD. 20601
MC: Monty Williams, Arena Director: Maurice Proctor. For further information contact Natalie Proctor @ 301-782-2224, info@piscatawayindians.org  http://www.piscatawayindians.org
 
June 3 - 4, 2006
Ashland Intertribal Powwow on the Riverfront
Front St., Ashland, KY. 41101
Head man: Tony Alford, Absentee Shawnee, Head lady: Jennifer Vance, MC: Danny Two Eagles, Host Drums: Spirit Circle.  Everyone welcome. This is a drug/alcohol free event. Please bring a lawnchair as some festival seating is available but not much. contacts: saquu_usdi@yahoo.com  or call Terri at (304)417-0848
 

June 3 - 4, 2006

Rocky Fork's 7th Annual Traditional Powwow
Rec Center  74411 Rocky Fork Rd , Kimbolton, OH.
Head Man: Butch Moore, Head Lady: Toni Jaworski, MC: Rick Bird, Host Drum: Bird Chopper, Head Veteran: Robert "Gunny" St.Germain, Arena Director: Logan Steele, Special events, Congressional Medial of Honor Recipient, Hershel Woodrow "Woody" Williams, Professional Wrestler, 4 time N.W.A and W.C.W. World Champion, and Rick Youngblood, "The Cherokee Warrior"
Mary Lambes @ 740-498-4505
 

June 3 - 4, 2006
Spring Gathering of People
889 Farron Surrena Rd., Harrisville, PA. 16038
MC: Proud Wolf, Host Drums: Clear Water & Logan Pines.
For Vendor and other information contact Maryjane Angelo @ 814-786-9677 skyespirit@pathway.net http://www.skyes-spirit.com
 

June 3 - 4, 2006
Ashland Pow Wow
15th Street, Ashland, KY.
MC: Dean Whitebreast, Host Drums: Spirit Circle Drum
For further information contact Terri Ariyan @ 304-417-0848 Come and hear the drum on the Ohio River. Just past the Greyhound and Amtrak Stations.

June 4, 2006

NAIA's Legends and Sacred Dreams Concert
Nashville Tennessee
"Legends and Sacred Dreams" Concert, benefit the building of the Native American Indian Association's "Circle of Life" Cultural Center and Library in Nashville Tennessee.  Grammy Winner David Frizzell; Grammy Winner Bill Miller; and Ricky Lynn Gregg will highlight this evening with the sounds of Country mixed with American Indian. Contact www.ticketmaster.com or call Wild Horse Saloon (615-902-8200) downtown Nashville, Tennessee for tickets.  Join the NAIA's 25th Anniversary celebration at the WORLD FAMOUS Wild Horse Saloon and enjoy the "Legends and Sacred Dreams" Concert.  Our Emcee is the popular co-host of the 92.9 Morning Show in Nashville, Anna Marie Ritter.  92.9 (92 Q) is the No. 1 radio station in Nashville.
www.naiaindiancenter.com  Joe McCaleb, Concert Director

June 7, 2006
Navajo Nation EDS Conference Pow Wow
I-40 Exit 102, Acoma Pueblo, NM. 87034

Headman: Jazz Bears Tail, Headlady: Kammy Boyd, MC: Leonard Anthony & DJ Nez, Host Drums: Bow Guard, Other Drums: Zotigh Singers. Arena Director: Duane Harris. Vendors Bring your own tables and chairs for a 5'x8' space First come - First Served $40 Space Fee VIP Showroom Non Smoking Room Set up June 7, 2006 5pm Call Early for limited spaces 505-453-3214. Contact Shirley Pino
RedWingEagle@aol.com

June 8 - 10, 2006

50th Summer Powwow - Texas Indian Hobbyist Assoc.

Hammond Rec. Ctr 1601 S Water St. Burnet, TX 79611

Traders contact: 956-682-5775 RV's contact: 512-756-6180 Tent Sites available

David Eckerman 936-653-3116 davideckerman@eastex.net,

 

June 9 - 10, 2006
Occaneechi-Saponi Spring Festival Powwow
Downtown Hillsborough, Eno River Hillsborough, NC 27278
Forest Hazel   919-304-3723,  OBSN@mebtel.net,
http://www.occaneechi-saponi.org
June 9 - 10 - 11, 2006
 

6th Annual Table Mountain Rancheria Powwow
Table Mountain Casino, 8184 Table Moutain Road
Friant, California 93626

Northern Drum: Blackfoot Confederacy, Southern Drum: Cozad Singers, Local Host Drum: West Coast Singers.  Women's Northern/Southern Traditional Dance, Chicken Dance.  All Dancers and Drums are Welcome.  No Pets Please.  Bring your own chairs.  Also:Featuring ULALI.  Don't miss the wonderful First Nations
trio singing in the many styles and languages of our ancestors
Table Moutain Event Center. For information, call 559-822-7777, or 1-800-541-3637, Fax# 559-822-2081   Info@TMCOline.com

 

June 9 - 11, 2006
10th Annual Standing Bear Powwow
Bakersfield College, 1800 Panorama Dr, Bakersfield, CA 93305

Event Details: Dance contest. Drumming, Arts/Crafts vendors, Foods

Fri.5pm-10pm Sat. 10am-10pm Sun. 10am- 5pm

Gene Albitre  661 589 3181 Fax: 661-589-3181 earawhide@sbcglobal.net

 

June 9 - 11, 2006

Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation

Prairie People's Park, Mayetta, KS.  66509

Head man and Head lady to be announced each session, MC: Vince Beyl and Manny King, Host Drums: Meskwaki Nation, IA.  Invited drum will be Battle River  MN.  Prize money:  1st $5,000.00, 2nd $4,000.00, 3rd $3,000.00, 4th $2,000.00, SPLIT $3,000.00. Arena Director: Mike Roberts. 

Vendor Information:  Blake jestersleater@yahoo.com  

Rebekah or Micki @ 877-727-6743 powwow@pbpnation.org   http://www.pbpindiantribe.com

 

June 9 - 11, 2006
5th Annual United Metis Pow Wow
Schoolhouse Rd. Edinburgh, IN  Located North of Camp Atterbury, 2 mls W US 31 and 4 mls W of I-65
Headman: Chris Burkart, Headlady: Linda Burkhart, Host Drums: Black Eagle Spirit. We invite everyone to join us this year at our new location in Johnson County. Last year we were at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis. This is the National Tribal Pow Wow for the United Metis Tribe.  There will be a Wabunah Teaching Lodge on Friday that is open to all. There will be a trade blanket on Sat. night.  This is a free powwow, but we do ask for donations to cover the cost. There will be camping onsite for $10. Vendor Informaton:  Vender space is available, however we are limiting total number of vendors to 30. Limited electric on a first come first serve basis.  Contact Dave Big Heart Arnold, Chairman, @ 317-271-8311  chairman.nimkii@unitedmetis.org  http://unitedmetis.org/ , or Rebecca Dancing Otter Bilbry @ 317-381-9581 dancingotterwoman@aol.com

 

June 9 - 11, 2006
Mother Earth Indian Festival
Genesee St. Greene, NY. 13778
MC: Warrior - Cherokee,  RI., Host Drums: Nimham Mountain Singers,  There is camping, (free of charge) all tents and RVs welcome. However electric is NOT available. There will be a community fire, all others are prohibited. We will go back to the old ways with the drums in the center of the circle. There will be a potluck dinner following closing of the main gate Saturday evening, all wishing to participate are asked to bring a dish to pass. There will also be a stone soup going for all who wish to contribute an ingredient.  All vendors  are welcome. Dancers and drummers are urgently needed. Please contact Golden Eagle or Waukea @ 607-843-7429 motherearthdrumandsingers@yahoo.com

 

June 9 - 11, 2006
138th White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow
Box 418 White Earth, MN. 56591
MC: Danny Seaboy & Murphy Thomas, Host Drums: White Lodge Singers. Arena Director: Tom Mason & Mickey Hodges.  Contest Information:  Mens chicken dance special and Womens Fancy special.  Cash prizes must register on Friday evening or before Sat 1 pm grand entry.  Other fun specials with cash prizes TBA.  Princess and Brave contest call 1 800 950 3248  ext 1249 for details.  Vendor Information: Limited Space is available.You must contact us for application and contract.  For information contact Dennis Hisgun @ 218-935-2839  

June 9 - 12, 2006

Bay Mills Honoring our Veterans Competition Powwow

Lakeshore Drive, Brimley/Bay Mills, MI. 49715

Headman: Richard LeBlanc, Headlady: Shelly Deuman, MC: Allard Teeple, Host Drums: Picked Daily. Arena Director: Dave Shananaquet. Contest information: Over 30,000 Dollars in Prize Money. Host drums and head dancers will be annouced daily Grand Entry Friday at 7:00 Saturday and Sunday and 12. Points will be taken during grand entry time.

Richard LeBlanc @ 906-440-0247

raleblanc@bmic.net   http://powwow.baymills.org

June 9 - 12, 2006
Bay Mills Honoring our Veterans Competition Powwow
Lakeshore Drive, Brimley/Bay Mills, MI. 49715

Headman: Richard LeBlanc, Headlady: Shelly Deuman, MC: Allard Teeple, Host Drums: Picked Daily. Arena Director: Dave Shananaquet. Contest information: Over 30,000 Dollars in Prize Money. Host drums and head dancers will be annouced daily Grand Entry Friday at 7:00 Saturday and Sunday and 12 noon points will be taken during grand entry time. For vendor and other information call Richard LeBlanc @ 906-440-0247 raleblanc@bmic.net http://powwow.baymills.org

 

June 10 - 11, 2006

Echota Cherokee Powwow

Sportsman Lake, Cullman AL

Gates Open at 9 with Grand Entry both days at 11:00 Head Staff - HeadLady - Ellen Rasco, HeadMan - Allen Roland, MC - Faron Weeks, AD - Larry Woods, Host Drum - White Horse Singers.  Primitive camping available. NON competition powwow. $5 admission for the public, dancers get in free, 65 and over free, kids 5 and under free. Vendors contact Kim at 256-735-0467 

Dennis or Wayne
PO Box 94, Cook Springs, AL 35052
256-775-6348
WolfClanLdy@aol.com

 

June 10 - 11th, 2006
Onondaga Lodge Powwow
Harrison County Fairgrounds, Cadiz, Ohio

Head Staff to be announced:  Host Drums: Red Bird Singers, Other drum and dancers welcome. vendors wanted. if bad weather we will move Pow Wow inside -- it will not be cancelled. 

Contact Erik Willis, @ 740-942-2436  powwow@onondaga36.org

 

June 10 - 11, 2006
Clyde Willis Memorial Pow Wow
Cadiz, OH.
Headman: Steve Pavlock, MC: Lowell Scott, Host Drums: Red Bird Singers. Arena Director: Logan Steele.  For more information contact Eric Willis @ 740-942-2436  powwow@onondaga36.org   http://www.powwow.onondaga36.org

 

June 10 - 11, 2006
Fort Ancients Celebration
6123 St. Rt. 350, Oreqonia, OH. 45054
For information contact Jack Blosser 513-932-4421  mnysmiles@aol.com

 

June 16 - 17, 2006

Eagle Plume Cultural Club Celebration

Elmo, Montana

Contests all Categories. Open Stick games all weekend. camping available. Limited RV Hookups. Vendor Space available. Grand entries are 1 pm and 7 pm.

Aggie Incashola   406-675-0696
Box 896, Pablo, MT  59855
montanarezgirl@hotmail.com

 

June 16 - 18, 2006

8th Annual Native American Festival and Powwow

239 Turpentine Creek Lane, Eureka Springs, AR  72632

Annual Powwow with Native American dancing, drumming, singing, artists, craft booths, food concessions and more. Friday, Saturday, Sunday Father's Day weekend. Phyllis Jackson,  (479) 253-5841  

 

June 16 - 18, 2006
Osage River Pow Wow
Miller County Fairgrounds, 8th St, Eldon, MO

Event Details: sixth annual traditional pow wow. Princess contest. MC-Kelly Anquoe, Arena Director-Tracy Tullie, Head Man Dancer is Kent Eyre.  Head Lady Dancer is Kheri Jhane Myers.  Head Gourd-Tim Robinson, Head Vet-Frank Wolfe, Head Man Dancer-TBA, Head Lady Dancer-TBA, Host Southern Drum-Young Bucks, 2005 Princess-Loretta Steffens. 
Janet Dudley  573-369-2710
oldjed@yhti.net
www.osageriverpowwow.com
 

June 16 - 18, 2006

Tribal Crossroads Pow Wow

Grayson County Agricultural and Recreation Park 

5 miles south of Leitchfield, KY off Hwy 259
Honored Elder -Navajo Code Talker - Samuel Tom Holiday; Guest Performer - Dave "Whitewolf" Trezak
Host Drum - Friendly Voices; Co-Host Drum - Birds of the Feather; Head Man - Grady "Shadowhawk" Jones
Head Vet - Ronnie "BlackEagle" Johnson; Arena Director  - Little Hawk; Head Lady  - Beth Moonfeather Facille; Historian - Ernie Walters; Rustic Campsites $3 with weekend pass.  Evening events and activities just for those camping.  Luck of the Draw for dancers. 
Gary Nutt - 270-286-6278
kyshores@direcway.com
http://www.kyshores.com/powwow

 

June 16 - 18, 2006

Winds of the Northwest Pow Wow

Frank's Landing Indian Community, Olympia, WA

$5,000 drum contest prize money guaranteed

2nd/$4000, 3rd/$3000, 4th/$1,000.  Camping available.

Skunkie Scabby Robe    Brenda Lovin
11110 Conine Avenue SE, Olympia, WA  98501
360-951-8171 or 360-561-0497

sscabbyrobe.wahelut@bia.edu/blovin.wahelut.

 

June 16 - 18, 2006

Redbird's Children Of Many Colors Intertribal Powwow
Moorpark College, Moorpark CA
Host Northern Drum:  Wild Horse Host Southern Drum: Hummingbird Singers; Head Gourd Dancer: Saginaw Grant, Sac and Fox; Head Man Dancer:  Sam Bear Paw, Apache; Head Woman Dancer: Thirza DeFoe, Ojibwe/Oneida; Emcee:  Michael A. Reifel, San Carlos Apache.  To benefit Redbird in the creation of the "Strengthening The Circle" Native American 2006 Scholarship Fund (scholarship application details to be printed in the 2006 powwow program - be sure to pick one up at the powwow!) All Gourd Dancers Welcome. Tipis and traditional dwellings welcome. Food and craft vendors. Non profit organizations relating to Native American and Environmental issues. Children's Activities
Redbird, P.O. Box 702, Simi Valley, CA 93062
(805) 217-0364
redbirds_vision@hotmail.com

www.RedbirdsVision.org

 

June 16 - 18, 2006
2006 Competition Powwow And Concert
1314 Denison Ave., Edgewater Park, Cleveland, Ohio
Guest Drum: Blacklodge.  Native American Concert to begin @ 5PM Friday, gates open @ 3PM. Talent packed concert includes, Wade Fernandez, Lowery Begay, Hoop Dance, The Aztec Dancers, Douglas Blue Feather, Flutist, and additional performers to be announced. Grand Entry, Saturday only.  Public Welcome, Rain or Shine. Bring your own Lawn Chairs!!!  All weekend, traditional food, Jewelry, craft and art vendors.  Educational demonstrations, storytelling, traditional Regalia, teepees, raffles and more!.  Contact Robert Roche  216-351-4488 aiecinc@aol.com 
http://www.aiecc.net

 

June 16 - 18, 2006
21st Annual Bear Creek Traditional Powwow
Olmsted Co. History Center 1195 W. Circle Dr SW Rochester, MN 55901
Honoring Our Warriors: The Men and Women of Our Armed Forces Gathering:  Soldiers Field Veterans Memorial 300 7th Street SW.  Honor Guard @ the S.F. Memorial -Friday Night- Ceremony @ S.F. Memorial -Saturday- Angel the bald Eagle, National Eagle Center -Saturday night- Special Forces/Recon Demonstration -Sunday- Royalty Competition 2006- Open Mic for veterans and service members. Head Color Guard: 173rd Airborne, Arena Director: Cy Delorme, Head Man: Dave Larsen, MC: Dan King Spiritual Leader: Phil Brown, Head Lady: Valerie Larsen, Host Drum: Native Wind Public, All Veterans, and those currently serving, are welcome.  Button Donation $1 off with Rochester Fest Button. Hosted by the Native American Center of SE MN,
Kathy Timmers 507-367-2697 or 507-732-5941, nacsemn@earthlink.net 
 

June 16 - 18, 2006

Sky Ute Casino 4th Annual Contest Pow-Wow

Sky Ute Casino 14826 Hwy. 172 North Ignacio, CO 81137

Andrea Taylor 970-563-0030,

Andrea.Taylor@SkyUteCasino.com,

 
June 16 - 18, 2006
United Cherokee Ani-Yun-Wiya Nation Powwow
JayCee Park, Scale St., Reidsville, NC.
Headman: Keith Anderson - Cherokee,  Headlady: Emily Jeffries - Occaneechi/Saponi,  MC: John Blackfeather.  Contest Information: Craft, Blowgun, and Tomahawk Throwing competitions...Day money for dancers, Hoop Dancer, Storytellers, Demonstrators.   

Vendor Information:  Set up is Thursday, June 15th, from 12pm til 9pm, and Friday, June 16th from 9am til 2pm. Gates open Friday, 16th @ 5pm. Sat. 17th, 9am til 9pm Sun. 18th, 9am til 5pm Limited power. 20 vendor limit .  For more information contact Donnie Freeman @ 336-261-3526  ucan2006@yahoo.com

 

June 16 - 18, 2006
Noongam Traditional Powwow
Queen Julianna Park Ottawa Ontario
1036 Gladstone Ave., Ottawa, Ontario  KIY 3G4
Free admission (donations accepted) free parking.  Feast held Saturday 6 p.m. for everyone attending.  Give-Away for everyone attending Sunday 6:00 p.m. Vendors food and crafts welcome $150 and $100 for weekend. For more information please contact Maureen Donnelly @ 613-728-2341   tsimshianlady@hotmail.com
 

June 16 - 18, 2006

Intertribal Cultural Gathering of North and Baja CA
Kalpulh Tonatiuh Mezth, 4 mil El Sauzal, Ensenada BC
Honoring Our Elders, An attempt to share our traditional Values with a new Generation. Traditional Ceremonies, Drums, Songs, Dances.  A gathering sharing Family Spirit.  For information contact Antonio @ 646-130-7272, Marcela @ 646-135-4802  Tecate: Contact Sabino Magana  @ sabino@magnotk.com. Tijuana: Griselda @ 664-621-9805  San Diego: Alfredo @ 760-672-4910, Los Angeles: Many Sandoval (Council Pipe) 818-605-8860

 

June 17, 2006

Yellowfish Descendents Powwow

Comanche Nation Community Bldg Apache, OK 73006

Lura Asah Jones (405)942-3837,

nativechic49@yahoo.com,

 

June 17, 2006
Tinker AFB Inter-Tribal Council
E. Reno, Midwest city, OK. 73110

Headman: Melvin Miles, MC: Sammy White, Host Drums: Leonard Cozard Jr. Arena DirectorA: Randy Frazier, PB Potawatomi. Head Man Dancer:  Terrell Anquoe, Head Gourd Dancer: Melvin Miles; Head Lady Dancer:  Jennie Factor; Co-Host:  OKC Veterans; Adminstration Warriors Group; 4th "Honoring our Veteran Warriors" Pow -Wow

Vendor and other information contact Marsha Lena @ 405-733-3587, please leave message. marsha.lena@cox.net

 

June 17 - 18, 2006

2nd Annual Eagle Creek Gathering

Eagle Creek Park, Fishback Rd Indianapolis, IN 46728

Fathers Day June 18 Dads admitted free Armed Forces and family free admission (limit 6). We are seeking vendors who also can demonstrate their skills and or crafts.
Arthur 317-248-8458,  arthurmedicineeagle@hotmail.com,

 

June 17 - 18, 2006

Honouring Our Youth Pow wow

Timiskaming First Nation Sacred Grounds

From Ontario, Canada take Hwy 11 North from North Bay Ontario to New Liskeard Ontario.  In New Liskeard take Hwy 65 east to the Quebec Ontario Boarder about 22 kilometers/15 miles.  Follow the Pow wow signs.

Dawn Wabie,  819-723-5206

Box 501, Notre Dame Du Nord, Quebec J0Z3B0
dawnish2467@hotmail.com

 

June 17 - 18, 2006

6th Annual Shenandoah Valley Powwow

Indian Trading Post - I 81  Ex 269 - Mt. Jackson, VA

Non-Competition Traditional Powwow.  MC - Clayton Old Elk - Crow; Arena Director - Jay Hill - Seneca-Ojibway; Head Man Dancer - Danny Gear - Monican; Head Woman Dancer - Karenne Wood - Monican; Host Drum - Black Bear; Invited Drum - White Buffalo Singers

Contact: Beth Armaagost  540-477-9616
1371 Caverns Road, Quicksburg, VA  22847
sphoenix@shentel.net
              
June 17 - 18, 2006

8th KCTC Alumni Sobriety Powwow

5160 Summers Lane, Klamath Falls, OR

Tony Ford   541-883-2795 

tony-ford@hotmail.com

www.klamathtreatment.com

 

June 17 - 18, 2006

2nd Annual United Metis Pow Wow.

Indianapolis, IN

Head Veteran:Uncle George Martin MC: Leroy Malaterre Head man and Lady dancer: TBA Arena Director: Arthur Medicine Eagle Sonier. Arthur  317-248-8458   arthurmedicineeagle@hotmail.com  http://www.arthurmedicineeagle.com/EAGLECREEK2006.html  

June 17 - 18, 2006
Eagle Plume Cultural Club
Hwy. 93 North, Elmo, MT. 59855

Headman: Grandpa Eagle Plume: John Stanislaw, Headkady: Grandma Eagle Plume: Diane Michel, MC: Thomas Morning Owl, Host Drums: White Bird, Wellpinit, WA. Contest Information: Point system begins at 7 p.m June 16. Contests all categories. Specials TBA. Vendor Information: Point system begins at 7 p.m June 16. Contests all categories. Specials TBA. Vendors contact 406-675-0696. For all other information contact Aggie Incashola montanarezgirl@hotmail.com

June 17 - 18, 2006
Pow Wow By The Sea
874 Seacoast Drive, Imperial Beach, CA. 91932

Headman: Bo Youngbear, Head lady: Tiffany Workman, MC: Randy Edmonds. Come and Experience a Native American gathering of friendship, dance exhibition, drums, arts & crafts, sand and surf. 
J.L. Jackson or Barbara McCoy  619-429-6621 careercollegebythesea@yahoo.com

www.bridgeib.org

June 17 - 18, 2006
Honor The Firekeepers
535 Sage St. Lake Geneva, WI. 53147

All Head Staff to be announced. Vendors contact Kathy Hoppe @608-876-6137, For all other information contact Gary Adamson @ 262-348-2784 matwi915@hotmail.com

 

June 17 - 18, 2006

National Aboriginal Day Gathering and Competition Pow-wow
Next to ski chalet, Peace River, Alberta, Canada
Headman: Stan Isadore.  For information contact Dennis Whitford and
Laurie Hand @ 780-624-6460  rocky35@cablerocket.com
 
June 17 - 18, 2006
1st Annual Fathers Day Indian Festival and Rendezvous
Cumming  Fairgrounds, Cumming, GA.
Chipa Wolfe @ 770-735-6275
 
June 20 - 22, 2006
The Royal Norfolk Show
A1074 junction (Longwater interchange), London, OT
MC: Vaughnda Hilton, Host Drums: Native Nations.  NNDT Performance Powwows in the UK, June 18- August 6, 2006  Invited Dancers and Drum. First Appearance @ the Royal Norfolk Show.
Vaughnda Hilton @ 215-472-9996
 

June 22 - 25, 2006

Chuska Mountain Gathering Spiritual Unity of Tribes-Gathering of Eagles
Mexican Springs, New Mexico
Many years ago, Black Elk had a vision, a vision of peace and unity among all peoples.. Sitting Bull also spoke of the time when there would be a gathering of the tribes. People continue to ponder these prophecies of the great leaders and to consult with the Elders regarding when and how these prophecies would be fulfilled. Many believe that time is now.  The Gatherings are peacful in nature, founded upon the very principles, which are imparted to all who gather together. While the Gatherings do not presume to be an saswer in and of themselves, each is a prototype and hope for the future.  For those who wish more information and directions please contact Agnes Thompson, Treasurer, @ 505-733-2901 or Mary Kate Nelson-Stanker @ canyoncalm@yahoo.com

 

June 22 - 25, 2006
47th Annual Eastern Shoshone Indian Days Pow-Wow
E. Shoshone Powwow Grounds, Ft. Washakie, WY
MC: Mitch Parker. Arena Director: Chico Her Many Horses.   Contest info: Contest Pow-Wow Registration Opens June 24 @ 1:00 PM  Registrations Closes June 25 @ 4:00 PM Drum Group Registration Nightly .  Vendors: Arts and Crafts Stands - $175.00  Set -up Concession Stands - $350.00. 
Entertainment Committee @ 307-332-3532

 

June 23 - 25, 2006

Summer Gathering at Manataka

Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds, Hot Springs, AR

This is an "Unsponsored, Ungathering"  The National Park Service Gestapo refuses to give a permit for our religious ceremonies so.... There are a number of elders who will not preside over a uncrowd of unpeople.  The unknown spiritual elder will present an prayer unceremony. There are lots of other non-events that are not sponsored.  Since this is a non-event, there is no one to contact.

 

June 23 - 25, 2006

Walnut Grove Powwow

Walnut Grove, Georgia

Head Man: Smitty Smith Jr. Head Man: Chandler Heaton Head Lady: Fire Joyner Jr. Head Lady: TBA MC: Gary Smith Host Drum: Redemption. All dancers and drums invited. Vendors by invitation only.  Primitive camping. All proceeds go to help support Native Americans with diabetes and to support the elders.  

Candy Lowry.  770-466-7517

fire_prayers@yahoo.com

 

June 23 - 25, 2006

7th Annual New Windsor Intertribal Powwow

New Windsor, IL

Head Northern Drum: Niwiwan Nekamowak- Grisham, WI. MC- Don Hoffman. Limit of 20 vendors. . Friday 5-10pm, Saturday 10-10pm, Sunday 10-5pm.  

Jeannie Herbert.  309 667-2214  tribtres@winco.net

www.ciopo-inc.com

 

June 23 - 25, 2006
18th Annual Trade Days Festival
Modock Road, Trade, TN.  37691

Headman and Headlady to be choosen daily.  MC: Ron Colombe,  Host Drums: Southern Xtreme, Other Drums: Bad Water Singers.  Arena Director: Mike Bissonette.  Vendor applications should be available the end of March or first of April. On site camping with showers for vendors. For information contact Jerry Laney @ 229-787-5180 nativeway@mindspring.com

http://www.NativeWayProductions.com

 

June 23 - 25, 2006
Ninth Annual Peoria Powwow
Peoria Tribal Grounds, Co. Rd. 137 & College Farm Rd. (E-90)  Miami, Ok.
Head Man: B.J. Longhorn, Head Lady: Caron Littlecook, Head Little Boy: Dennison "Blane" Ramsey, Head Little Girl: Aubreyanna Jade Blalock, Head Singer: Brian Quetone, Host Northern Drum: Thunderhorse, Host Gourd Clan: Lenape Gourd Clan, MC: Troy L. Little Axe, Sr. Arena Director: Neil Lawhead. Contests- Junior and Adult Categories. $10,000 in prize money.  Contest Winners will be announced at conclusion of all contests.  All contestants must participate in both Grand Entries. Min. of 3 contestants in each contest, or they will be combined.  Vendor space Available- No Food Vendors.  Peoria Tribal Office. 918-540-2535.  Public invited, Raffles, 50/50, Food Concessions.  Free camping available. 

Annette Black 918-540-2535 ablack2@peoriatribe.com

http://www.peoriatribe.com

 

June 23 - 25, 2006
Heber Valley PowWow at Soldier Hollow
2002 Olympic Dr., Midway, UT. 84049

Other Drums: Whitelake. Contest Information: Contest In All Categories. First, Second, Third in Jrs., Teens, and Adult divisions. Heber Valley PowWow is located at a beautiful venue overlooking the Heber Valley. This former Olympic venue has camping spaces available for dancers and singers and hot showers. This is an outdoor PowWow with a grass dance arena. Sound is provided by the PowWow committee if drums are without their own systems. The PowWow was brought back last year and was an enjoyable experience before the rain came. Last Years PowWow was MCd by David BrownEagle, ADd by Al Blackbird, and Host Drum duties provided by Randy Paskemin and WarScout. We welcome everyone back from last year and invite all interested to take part in this three-day enjoyable event. Vendor Information: Vendor spaces are available for both arts & Crafts and Food. Please use provided email address for any questions about rates. Dusty Jansen @ 801-360-8960 HeberValleyPowWow@hotmail.com

 

June 23 - 25, 2006
5th Annual Muckleshoot Veterans Association Powwow
Muckleshoot Ballfield (no address) Auburn, WA.
MC: Jerry Meninick, Host Drums: Northern Cree, Arena Director: Ray.
Contest Info: Chicken Dance Special by George Flett -Crow Bustle but MIT Veterans -Veterans Special Golden Age, 6 Places. 800 600 400 200 100 Adults, 6 Places. 1,000 800 600 400 200 100 Teens, 3 Places 300 200 100 Juniors, 3 Places 200 100 75 Drumming Contest 1st Place 4,000 plus Jackets and Trophy 2nd Place 3,000 plus Sweatshirts and Trophy 3rd Place 2,000 plus hats and trophy 4th Place 1,000 plus Trophy 5th Place 800 6th Place 600 First 15 Non Contest Drums Paid.  Vendors: Spaces are limited, Food vendors Must have food handlers permit. 
Kelvin @ 253-261-2179
 
June 23 - 25, 2006
34th Esa Rosa Whitewolf Annual Powwow
10150 NW 4 Mile Rd., Lawton, OK.  73507
All Headstaff info to be announced later.  Contest info:Men's Straight, Women's Cloth, Grass Dance... Vendors:  Set up requires a fee, or a donation to the Organization, for all information contact  Amanda Whitewolf @ 580-917-9916  ou_nativemama@yahoo.com
 
June 23 - 25, 2006
30th Annual Great Lakes Area Pow-wow
Woodland Valley Gathering Grounds, Wilson, MI.  49896
Head man & Headlady Chosen Daily, MC: Derek Bailey, Host Drums:  The Boyz, Co-Host: Spirit Bear. Invited Drums: Buffalo Horse Singers, Medicine Lodge Singers, & Wolf River Singers.  Arena Director: Little Man Quintero. Head Veteran: Quinton Shawano.  First 5 drums registered will receive an honorarium.  Head Dancers: Picked Daily, Specials:  3-persons Team Dance, Free camping, first come first serve, Absolutely no alcohol, drugs, ATVs or bikes allowed on the pow-wow grounds.  *We are not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged property.  For more information, please contact:  Stacy Sagataw @ 906.466.2878 ext. 105 or Jeremiah Jackson @ 906.466.2932 ext. 142
 
June 24, 2006
Bear Claw Germany Benefit Pow Wow
5830 East Hwy. 199, Springtown, TX.  76086
Headman: Eric Hicks, Headlady: Lorene Yellowfish, MC: Albert OldCrow, Host Drums: Bearclaw, Arena Director: Jame & Anthony Pruit.  Performer: SummerBear Dance Troupe.  Contest info: special mens combined dance contest 1st $100. 2nd $75. 3rd $50.  Contact  Darrell Blackbear @ 214-339-1664  bearclawsingers@yahoo.com

June 24 - 25, 2006

Keeping The Tradition Pow Wow
Stringtown Rd., Xenia, OH. 45385
MC: Guy Jones, Host Drums: Many Voice Singers.  All other head Staff to be chosen Daily.  Bring your blankets, chairs, cameras.  But please remember to use proper ediquite when using cameras.  For information contact Brandi Booher @ 937-367-0845,  chupachup07@yahoo.com   http://www.tmvcna.org/4powwow.htm

 

June 24, 2006
Wandering Spirit 8th annual Powwow
7904 - 43rd Ave. N.W., Calgary, Alberta

MC: Hal Eagletail, Host Drums: Fly in Eagle Singers, Arena Director: Sam Wolf Leg. Contest Information: Hand Drum compettion during supper break, Mini compettition in all categories. Everyone Welcome! For information contact Jackie Soppit @ 403-210-4924 wanderingspiritawareness@shaw.ca

 

June 24, 2006
Concert for Piro/Manso/Tiwa Indian Tribe, Jazz for Peace
The Lucky Star, 108 Wyatt Drive, Las Cruces, New Mexico
Jazz For Peace featuring Rick DellaRatta, perfoming a special benefir concert for the Piro/Manso/Tiwa Indian Tribe, Pueble of San Juan De Guadalupe.  Tickets $25.00 or visit webite for advanced purchase discount tickets @    For further information contact Andy Roybal @ 505-647-5372 or 650-274-1131  PMTJazz@yahoo.com

 

June 24, 2006

Memorial Dance for Nelson Wolfchief Jr. & John Tal

Concho Cummunity Hall, Concho, Oklahoma, OK

Headman:  Darryl Flyman, Headlady:Linda Bigsoldier, Co-Host: Watonga Cheyenne  Head Singer: Moses Starr. Honorary Veteran: Melvin Miles. MC:  Eddie Wilson  Arena Director:  Frankie Gilbert.  Contest info: Golden Age Men and Women Contest - 60 & Older Sponsered by: Sherry Wells.  Vendors: No Charge.  For additional information contact  Shelly Wells @ 405-422-5365 pstoledo92@yahoo.com

 

June 24, 2006
3rd Annual Atsa Butte Singers Contest Powwow
Dine Nation, WhiteRock, NM. 87313
Headman: Val Uentillie, Headlady: Tashina John, MC: Mike Salabye, Host Drums: Star Feather, Arena Director: Earl Sherman.  Contest info: Contest in All Catergories, but some may be combined. 2nd Annual Calvin H. Mariano Memorial Drum Contest...singers bring your own chairs..P.A. will be provided. Princess Contest, Special Dance Contest Sponsored by Head Man, Head Lady & Head Little Girl, also Men's N. Tradish/ Men's & Women's Switch Dance-sponsored by Atsa' Butte Singers. All Dancers, Singers, Royalties, Veterans and General Public Welcome.  This is a Drug/Alcohol Free Event.  Bring your chairs, tarps, canopy and dress for the weather....warm days/cool nights....bring your rain gear.   WhiteRock is located 30 miles north of Crownpoint, N.M. and 60 miles south of Farmington, N.M. on State highway 371, signs will be posted to the powwow site. For additional information contact Cleavon or Jay-R Succo @ 602-997-2972  atsab49@hotmail.com   http://www.atsabutte.4t.com

 

 

June 24 - 25, 2006 

5th Annual Native American Gathering & Powwow

3622 Hwy. 70 E., Crossville, TN

Across from Tennessee Building Stone. This is an intertribal, non-competition powwow. All nations, dancers, drums, veterans, eagle staffs invited! FREE primitive camping for dancers and vendors. This will be an old-time primitive powwow, with electricity supplied by generators to drums, microphones, and food vendors only. Other vendors may bring their own generators, as long as they do not interfere with powwow. Special guests include: Veterans' Honor Society and Puddles' Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.  Don't forget your lawn chairs or blankets. Friday, June 23, is set aside for vendor set-up. MC: Gunny; AD: James Yellow Eagle; Head Veteran:  Ronnie Johnson; Host Drum: Tanasi Thunder; Guest Drum: Warriors' Path; Head Man and Head Lady honored by Daily Pick. Grand entries at 12 and 6 on  Saturday, and 1 on Sunday. All times Central Standard Time. Admission: $5 adults, $3 for children. Dancers free. 

Bert   931-260-1050 bertcox@hotmail.com

Lisa   423-240-0698 echotacherokeechick@yahoo.com

 

June 24 - 25, 2006
5th Mending The Sacred Hoop Contest Pow Wow
Calzorn Rec. Center 300 W. Russell Rd. Tecumseh, MI 49286

Grand Entry Times are Sat 1 & 5 pm and Sun 1 pm Gates open at 10 am both days, family day passes and weekend passes.
Abel Cooper (517)263-3233

 

June 24 - 25, 2006
Dekalb County Historical Society 1st Annual Native
708 South Union St. Auburn, IN.

Headman: Josh Thompson, Headlady: Laura Zak. Blanket for the Head Man and Head Lady and raffle Blanket donated by Wind, Rain and Fire Traders. No Drugs, Firearms, Alcohol or Animals allowed on the grounds - No Exceptions!! For Vendor and other information contact Marc Buchanan @ 260-463-1844

 

June 24 - 25, 2006
2nd Native American Unity Gathering
Parkers Crossroads, Tennessee, Parkers Crossroads City Park, exit 108 on I-40, Hwy 22N 1/4 mile
All Staff to be announced.  Vendors, please contact by June 1st. There is a $25.00 set up fee, according to size of setup. We are in need of Drummers, Dancers, Singers, Storytellers, or anything in relation to Native People.  Anyone with something to contribute to our powwow, and vendors, please contact Joseph Manycoats @ 731-986-9166 or Letha @ 731-279-4774  All are welcome
 
June 24 - 25, 2006
A Cherokee Gathering
Indian Pines - Reservation Lane, Ruther Glen, VA.
Headman: Marcos Almanza, Host Drums: Northern Star.  Vendor fee $100.00. 
Ray Couch @ 804-448-4269  tribaloffice@appalachiancherokee.com

 

June 24 - 25, 2006
Keeping the Tradition
P.O. Box C, Xenia, OH. 45385 At Caesar's Ford Park
Arena Staff to be announced, Headman and Headlady Dancers chosen Daily.  American Indian Vendors Only.  Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, water. Prepare for the heat.  This is a drug and alcohol free powwow, violators will be escorted off the premises.  For additional information contact Tracy Makens @ 937-376-4358  lsparrow@bluejacketdrama.com  http://www.tmvcna.org/4powwow.htm

 

June 27 - 29, 2006

Pow Wow On The Hudson

JFK Memorial Park and Marinawarburton Ave. @ Kennedy

Blvd., Yonkers, N.Y.

Headman: Owl Red Moon, Host Drums: Nighthawk Jr.s,

Tony Moon Hawk 917-415-5139

 

June 29 - July 4. 2006
108th Annual Arlee Celebration
Powwow Road, Arlee, MT. 59821
Headman: Octave Finely, Headlady: Oshanee Kenmille, MC: Alec Quequesah, Host Drums picked daily.  Arena Director: Troy Arlee. Contest info: Specials:  Open Age Grass Dance, Teen Girls Jingle, Chicken Dance, Midnight Hand Drum Special, War Bonnet, Kids Stick-Game Tournament Categories include:  Golden Age, Senior Adults, Adults, Teens, Juniors, Tiny Tots. Vendors contact Patricia Buffalo @ 406-370-5857 for all other information contact Alec Quequesah @ 406-644-0008 powowgrrl@yahoo.com

 

June 30 - July 2, 2006
Cariboo Contest Powwow
1040 Dairy Rd., Williams Lake, BC, Canada

MC: John Terbasket. Arena Director: John Miller. For vendor and other information contact John Terbasket/ Cathy Sam @ 250-305-2365 cathy_samwest@hotmail.com

 

June 30 - July 2, 2006
Chiniki First Nations Pow-wow
Box 177, Morley, Alberta, Alberta
For all information contact  Cap Center, 403-881-3770
 
June 30 - July 2, 2006
1ST ANNUAL NAC INTER TRIBAL POW WOW
Hwy. 15, Phildelphia, MS. 39350
Headman: Joe Boehanan, Headlady: Earlene Hickman, MC: Harold Comby, Host Drums: Red Hawk, Other Drums: Youngbird Jrs., Arena Director: Michael Bell.  Performer: Light Show.  Vendor info: Any Enrolled member of MS Band of Choctaw will have free booth space.
Rustic Camping - no charge, RV hook up, $20 per day.  Everyone welcome.  Inside/ Airconditioning. Contact Cindy Davis @ 601-656-2655  nativereflection@yahoo.com
 
June 30 - July 3, 2006
Quapaw Pow-Wow
5681 S. 630 Rd., Quapaw, OK.  74363
Headman: Jeff McClellan, Headlady: Raeanne Simmons,  MC: Steve Kinder, Arena Director: Tony Shawnee & Jeremy Olsen.   Contest info:Golden Age and Senior Division 1st $1000.00 2nd $600.00 3rd $200.00 Teens 1st $600.00 2nd $400.00 3rd $200.00 Juniors 1st $400.00 2nd $200.00 3rd $100.00 Stomp Dance Leaders/Shell Shakers Contest 1st $600.00 2nd $400.00 3rd $200.00 49 Drum Contest 1st $600.00 2nd $400.00 3rd $200.00.  Vendors: Arts & Crafts and Concession Vendor Information call  Jennifer or Jean Ann @ 888-642-4724 ext 222 or ext 211.  mailbag@quapawtribe.com

 

June 30 - July 9, 2006

Ossipee Old Home Week Powwow

2145 Route 16, West Ossipee, New Hampshire

Check out our web site for more details. Mother Earth's Creation's LLC will be hosting a week long event. A lot on Native History.  It will be a week long event filled with crafters, storytellers, demonstrators and a day long native music concert on the 4th of July. On July 8th & 9th we end the week with a Powwow. We have limited spaces for camping and just last year we had power installed. This should be a fun week for all!

Henry Gelinas  603-323-8181
P.O. Box 280, Tamworth, NH 03886
spiriteagle@motherearthscreation.com
www.motherearthscreation.com

 

June 30 - July 2, 2006
1 st Annual NAC Pow Wow
Philadelphia, MS
Cindy Davis, P.O. Box 6456, Choctaw, MS. 39350 - 601-656-2655    nativereflection@yahoo.com

 

JULY

July 1 - 2, 2006
Hobby Horse Ranch, 5 Annual Native American Festival
428 Hartz Rd. Fleetwood, PA.  19522
Head Man: Frank Little Bear, Head Woman: Marie Dancing Feather, MC: Dave Trezak, Host Drum - Iron Feather (NY)  Music - Dave White Wolf Trezak  & Spirit Wing.  For additional information contact Jim @ 610-944-5797 willowearth@att.net
http://willowearth.tripod.com/nativeamericanfestival/
 

July 1 - 2, 2006

Sheguiandah 17th Annual Traditional Powwow
Ogemah Miikan, Shequiandah, Ontario

MC: Dan Fox, Arena Director: Greg Sutherland. 

Marlene Waindubence, @ 705-368-2198  chopwain@yahoo.ca

 

July 1 - 2, 2006
Freedom Days Celebration Contest Powwow
2200 Sunset Ave., Farmington, NM.

Powwow Committee @ 505-598-3252  freedomdayspowwow@hotmail.com

 

July 1 - 2, 2006

Ottawa Little River Contest Powwow

Powwow Grounds across from the casino in Manistee, Mi

1-888-723-8288

July 2 - 4, 2006

Kiowa Gourd Clan Ceremonial
Carnegie Ave., Carnegie, OK. 73015
Head War Dancer:  Joey Tosee, Headlady Dancer: Emily Blackdeer, MC: Dawes Twohatchet, Bobby Thompson, @ Hammond Motah.  Arena Director: Whip Man.  Head Singer: Dewayne Tofpi, Head War Dance Singer: Steve Bohay.  The Kiowa Gourd Clan ceremonial islocated at Carnegie Park in Carnegie Oklahoma. The Kiowa Gourd Clan adheres to strict protocol, no T-shirts, ball caps or sneakers. Dress your best with respect to the traditions of the Kiowa Gourd Clan and come join us at the Gourd Dance Capital of the World.  Traditional Camping available.  No Vendors.  Contact  Tim Tsoodle @ 405-247-3087

July 6 - 9, 2006

Annual Sac & Fox Nation Powwow

Powwow Grounds, Route 2, Box 246, Stroud, OK 74079
Powwow Committee  918-968-3526

swilson@sacandfoxnation-nsn.gov

 

July 6 - 9, 2006

Prairie Island Dakota Wacipi Celebration

Sturgeon Lake Road, Welch, MN.  55089

MC: Dale Oldhorn, Wallace Coffee, Host Drums: Prairie Island Singers, Arena Direcor: Daralle Goodwill, Jim Redeagle.  Contest Info:Tiny Tots & Juniors 0 to 12yrs. will be receive day money Teens 13-17 yrs: 1st:$500 2nd:$400 3rd:$300 4th:$200 5th:$100 Adults 18yrs & over: Men's Fancy Bustle Norhtern and Southern Combined Women's Fancy Shawl 1st:$2000 2nd:$1,800 3rd:$1,600 4th:$1,400 5th:$1,200 6th:$1,000 7th:$800 8th:$600 9th:$400 Junior Adults 18-34yrs: 1st:$1,500 2nd:$1,300 3rd:$1,100 4th:$1,000 5th:$500 Senior Adults 35-54yrs: 1st:$1,500 2nd:$1,300 3rd:$1,100 4th:$1,000 5th:$500 Adults 35yrs & over: Men's Grass Dance Womens Jingle Dress 1st:$1,500 2nd:$1,300 3rd:$1,100 4th:$1,000 5th:$500 Golden Age 55 & over : 1st:$1,500 2nd:$1,300 3rd:$1,100 4th:$1,000 5th:$500 Singing Contest 1st:$12,000 2nd:$$8,000 3rd:$6,000 4th:$4,000 5th:$2,000 Minimum 5 singers. No more than 10 to a drum , No drum hopping. All singers bring your own chairs. No day Money, No drum spilt Straight singing contest.  Vendors contact Deb White @ 1-800-222-7077 Ext. 2512,

Vivian Mireau @ 1-800-554-5473  www.prairieisland.org

 

July 7 - 9, 2006

Bring Back the Spirit Pow Wow Celebration
Hwy 59 & 102 Rd, North Grand Beach, Manitoba R0E 0T0
2006 Competition Pow Wow. - Everyone Welcome. For Pow Wow, Bonnie Sypulski  204-589-7877 bringbackthespirit@mts.net

 

July 7 -  9, 2006  and Sept. 15 - 17, 2006

22nd Great Mohican Indian Pow-Wow

Mohican Rez Campgrounds Loudonville, Ohio

A Top 100 Show in the US by the ABA.  Held Rain or Shine with the Public Welcome w/ Free Parking!  Come Learn Native Culture & Lifestyles. Fellowship & Competitions.  Native Foods, Music, Story Telling. Demos and more... Dance and Drum Competitions. Over $8000 in Prize Money Awarded! MC is Robert White Eagle. See World Champion Hoop Dancer Daniel Tramper. .See Native Educator & Culturist Diamond Brown. Living Historian Harold Dellenger, Flute Player of the Year Douglas Blue Feather, World Champion Hoop Dancer Daniel Tramper and Head Drum Buffalo Horse Singers. Mohican Reservation, Inc. 23270 Wally Rd., Loudonville, OH 44842

Chris Snively  800.766.2267 

powwow@mohicanreservation.com

www.mohicanpowwow.com

www.mohicanreservation.com

JULY (Continued)

July 7 - 9, 2006
4th Medicine Eagle "Gathering of the People" Powwow
Rand Park, Keokuk, IA. 52632
All Head Staff to be announced,  Host Drums: Ponca Singers.  The Medicine Eagle "Gathering of the People Powwow is honoring all veterans past and present this year.  The Pow wow is held at a large city park by the name of Rand Park.  It is on a large bluff overlooking the Missississippi River.  In this park lies the remains of Chief Keokuk, Chief of the Sauk and the Fox.  A large monument was erected in his honor in 1914.  Contest Information:  Categories, prize monies, head dancers, arena director and emcee to be announced at a later date. There will be games throughout the weekend for the young and the young at the heart.  Sunday will include a large give away. Camping, showers and meals are free to all participants, including dancers, singers and  traders.  For information contact Dee Hagmeier @ 319-463-7367 botanypb@adams.net

 

July 7 - 9, 2006

Lil/wat Celebrations Pow Wow
Hwy. 99, North of Whistler, Lillooet Lake Rd., Mt. Currie, BC.

Emcee: Nelson Leon, Chehalis, BC; Arena Director: Everrett White, Dene Nation.  Host Drum: Sage Hillz, Kamloops, BC.  Contest Information:  Singing Contest: Women's Traditional Special-$500 winner take all, Men's Traditional special-$500 winner take all. Women's Fancy Special-Sponsored by out going Miss Lil'wat=Missy Paul.  no alcohol or drugs tolerated.

Elizabeth Andrew or Oscar James   (604) 894-6550
Box 62, Mount Currie, BC V0N 2K0 Canada
oscaromuald68@yahoo.ca
Vendors: Mary A James at (604) 894-6821.

Princess Pageant: Melissa Wallace at (250) 292-8258

 

July 7 - 9, 2006
24th Bear River Traditional
Old Indian Village, lac du Flambeau, WI. 54538
Headman & Headlady to be announced each session, MC: Bill Mitchell / Wamblii Williams.  Host Drums: High Noon, Other Drums: Bad Nation, E.B, Singers, Eyabay, North Bear Singers, Pipestone,Snake Island Singers.  Arena Director: Billy Mitchell sweet cakes.  Teresa Mitchell / Bob Elm @ 715-614-3373  bob@nativebuilthomes.com   http://www.NativeBuiltHomes.com

 

 

July 7 - 9, 2006
CCT July Celebration
P.O. Box 150, Nespelem, WA.  99155
Head Staff to be announced.  Contest info:  Contest Categories Tiny Tots to Golden Age Adult $500-$300-$200 Teen $300-$200-$100 Juniors $150-$100-$75.  Vendors contact Aletha Heath 509-634-2826  aletha.heath@colvilletribes.com,  or contact Grant Timentwa @ 509-634-2362  grant.timentwa@colvilletribes.com    http://www.colvilletribes.com

 

July 7 - 9, 2006
21st Annual Taos Pueblo Pow Wow
Hwy. 64, 2.4 miles N. of Taos Plaza, Taos, NM.  87571
MC: Tony Arkeketa & Otis Half Moon.   Arena Director: Tony Kills Crow, & Jerome Marcus.  Contest Info: Over 20 traditional pow wow dance categories. $500-$400-$300 in all adult categories Chicken dance special sponsored by Carl Concha and Friends $1000 Winner Take All Ben Marcus Memorial War Dance Contest $500 plus Jacket Northern & Southern Style Singing Contest: 1st-$3000,2nd-$1500,3rd-$500.  Vendors: All Native American arts and Crafts vendors welcome.  Booths are $300, for 3 days, or $125. per day.  Contact 505-741- 0928 for more info.  Also contact Taos Pueblo Tourism, @ 505-758-1028  info@taospueblopowwow.com     http://www.taospueblopowwow.com

 

July 8 - 9, 2006
Friendship Acres Camp ground
9884 S. Chapel, Randolph, OH. 44265
Headman: Dana LaQuay - Aliquippa, Pa., Headlady: Jenny Kappmeyer - Indy, Ind., MC: Hank Houghtaling, Host Drums: All Drums Welcome.  Arena Director: Bing Oskin.  Head Veteran: Ton Auld - Jamestown, Pa.  No alcohol, Drugs or Firearms permitted.  Feed on Saturday Afternoon for all partisipants, Traders, and Drums.  Crazy Midnight Madness Auction will be at noon on Sunday.  Vendors and other information please contact Don Lane @ 330-326-3248  thelanes@peoplepc.com
 

July 8 - 9, 2006

Mother Earths Creations LLC
2145 Route 16, Ossipee, NH. 3886
Headman: Spirit Eagle / Smiles Alot,  MC: Gary Martishchnig, Host Drums: Red Hawk Medicine, Arena Director: Smiles Alot.  For all information contact Henry Gelinas or Gary Martischnig @ 603-323-8181  spiriteagle@motherearthscreation.com   http://www.motherearthscreation.com
 

July 8 - 9, 2006

11th Annual Gathering of the People
Claude Thomas Rd, Franklin, OH.  45040
Head man: John, Head lady: Kathy, MC: Martin, Host Drums: Winterhawk,  Arena Director: Bill.  The Gathering will be held at the VFW Picnic Grove in Franklin, Ohio. This is a non-competition cultural event, with plenty of Crafts(Native/Non-Native) and Traditional and non traditional foods will be available.  Absolutely No Drugs, Alcohol, Weapons , Pets, Politics Allowed on the Grounds!!  No Sacred Items to be Bought or Sold.  For Vendor/Camping Info contact Laughing Bear: 937-367-7428 or Little White Wolf:v513-258-4182.  For General info contact Grey Wolf: 859-866-0241 ayastigiwaya@yahoo.com
 
July 8 - 9, 2006
Feast of the East
Camp Shepherd, Gandeeville, WV. 25243
Headman: Andrew Raffensberger, Headlady: Barbara Gillispie, MC: Dave Whitewolf Trezak, Host Drums: The Mankillers,  Honor Drum: Mother Earth Beat. Other Drums: Red River, ONAI, Iron Buffalo, Northern Star, Black Eagle Spirit, The Unity Singers, Two Feathers Spirit Sisters, Red Hawk Medicine Drum, The Shenandoah Girls.  All Drums are Welcome.  Arena Director: John Spiritwolf Kounts.  Free camping, shared dormer cabins, $10/per person.  Vendors by invitation, contact www.motherearthbeat.net 1245 Tyrone Rd Morgantown, WV 26508 304-290-0517 E-mail: 
 

July 10 - 11, 2006

Native American Training & Information Network
Sheraton National Hotel, Arlington, VA.
NATIN conducts an annual meeting to Share information across tribes and agencies, to Provide opportunities for agencies to collaborate, and to Address disability issues with a united voice.   NNAFT Parent Center, 121 Sweet Ave., Ste. 123 Moscow, ID. 83843  naft@moscow.com
 
July 11 - 13, 2006
Meskwaki Proclamation Day Pow-wow
Battleground Rd., Tama, IA. 52339
MC: Ducky Bear, & Vince Beyl, Host Drums: Bear Creak & Southern Cree. Arena Director: Gabe Desrosiers. Contest info: Golden Age 55+: $1000-$800-$600-$400,Adult 18-54: $1000-$800-$600-$400,Teens 13-17: $400-$300-200-$100,Juniors: 7-12: $200-$150-$100-$50,Tiny Tots 0-6: Paid Daily. All Veterans-Mens Catagories, 3 places: $1000+custom made gun stock club, Pendleton, $700, $500,All Woman Canary Singers, $1500 winner take all.  55+ All Womans Catagories, $500+Jacket, 4 consolation winners. Womans Jingle: $1000 winner take all, Mens Grass: $1000 winner take all. And Many more.  Vendors contact Nina Youngbear @ 641-484-5177, all others contact  Tribal Center @ 641-484-4678 www.meskwaki.org

July 14 - 15, 2006

"Drums on the River" Powwow
100 Retirment Farm Rd. East Bend, NC

Head Man Dancer: Mike Crawford, Head Lady Dancer: Jeannie Crawford, MC: Chief John Blackfeather. Hosting Tribe: Nuluti Equani Ehi Tribe. This is a Non-competitive powwow, All drums and dancers welcome. A speacial welcome to all Order of the Arrow Dancers.  All Vendors welcome.  Special Guest Appearance, The National Pow *MIA*KIA Traveling Memorial. This is a family event, No Drugs or Alcohol, or Firearms permitted.

Powwow Director Tribal Off. @ 336-816-7747  jim@neetribe.org  or Kim @ 336-923-2768  karmadharma413@earthlink.net

July 14 - 16, 2006

Bob Woolery Memorial Pow-wow
Missouri State Fair Grounds, Sedalia, MO 65301
Head singer: Alex Esau, Head Man: Tony Flores Jr., Head Lady: Diana Wendling, Arena Director: Roger Crane, MC: Bob Woolery Jr. Traders by invite. (Formerly known as Missouri State Pow-wow.)
Bob Woolery Jr.  660-826-5608, dwoolery@aol.com
 

July 14 - 16, 2006

Running Wolfs Veterans Powwow
Jackson County Fairgrounds, Gainesboro, TN
Headman: Gene Futch, Headlady: Melissa Trouble Rowe, MC: Dave Whitewolf Trezak, Host Drums: Four Winds Family Singers. Arena Director: Ed Lameowl Roth & Estel Ayckettubby Perry. Contest info: Luck of the Draw" money for dancers. Entertainment & Music by Dave "whitewolf" Trezak.  All drums, dancers, and flute players welcome.  Free primitive camping - (Sorry, no host motel or Rv hookups)  Vendors please contact Debra J. Ray @ 931-268-1902  lady2cubs@yahoo.com  Others contact Running Wolf @ 913-268-6945
 

July 14 - 16, 2006

Kickapoo Pow wow Days
K-20 Hwy. & Foxtail Road, Horton, KS.  66439
Headman & Headlady Announced Daily.  MC: Dean Whitebreast/ Ruben Littlehead .Host Drums: Whistling Wind. Head Northern Drum: Young Kingbird, Head Southern Drum: Cozad.  Arena Director: Michael Roberts.  Contest info: DRUM CONTEST: 5 Places, Top Prize $5000 (no drum hopping, bring own chairs). ***DANCE CATEGORIES*** ++ADULTS (18-49): 4 Places, Top Prize $1000 Men & Women Categories. ++GOLDEN AGE COMBINED (50 & Over): 4 Places, Top Prize $1000 Men & Women Categories. ++TEENS (13-17): 4 Places, Top Prize $400 Boys & Girls Categories. ++JUNIORS (6-12): 4 Places, Top Prize $250 Boys & Girls Categories. **Dance Specials** +Women's Fancy +Men's Chicken +Girls & Boys (total prizes $1000)All Around (8-16) +Princes Special ($200 Winner Take All): Jr/Teen Girls Jingle.  For Vendor and other information contact Michelle Thomas @ 877-864-2746  KickapooPowwowDays@hotmail.com
 

July 14 - 16, 2006

Neesh-la Pow wow

Reedsburg Road, Lake Delton, WI.

MC: Vince Beyl,  Arena Dierector: Gerald Cleveland, Sr. 

Jerry Cleveland @ 608-355-9608

 

July 14 - 16, 2006
Annual Nevada Indian Days Powwow
Churchill County Fairgrounds, Fallon NV.
Host Drums: Bad Nation, South Dakota.  Contest Powwow, Tiny Tot to Golden Age categories!  Jingle, Grass, Traditional, Men's Fancy and Fancy Shawl Specials.  Arts and Crafts, Native Food.  Everyone Welcome.  Contact, Francine Tohannie, P.O. Box 286, Fallon, NV. 89407.  Call, 775-423-2949    ftohannie@hotmail.com
 

July 15, 2006

3rd Annual Sklallam Elders Honoring Powwow
7989 Salish Lane, Kingston, WA.  98346
MC: Tony McGrady.  Contest info:  Drum Contest:1st place-$500.00, 2nd place-$300.00 and 3rd place-$150.00. Team Dance Contest (3-4 dancers per team) Female:1st place-$500.00, 2nd place-$300.00 and 3rd place-$150.00 Male:1st place-$500.00, 2nd place-$300.00 and 3rd place-$150.00.  Vendors: $25.00 non-tribal, $20.00 S'Klallam Tribal, Contract required, additional charges may apply. Vendors will recieve a 10x10 space, one table and two chairs. First come first serve for space and location. Contact Emily Hill for info and to reserve a space, or contact Dana Woods, or Dawn Purser @ 360-297-0070

July 15 - 16, 2006

7th Cultural Days Festival Native Amer. Gathering                  
Broken Wheel Bison Ranch, Middle Road, Numidia, PA.

Head man: Dave Walks Between Worlds, Head lady: Willow Morning Star, MC: Makwa, Host Drums: Iroquois Thunderheart  Arena Director:  Makwa,  Hay rides can be arranged through the gift shop.  Ride among the 80+ American Bison on the ranch, at extra charge..  Native American Drumming, Dancing, Singing, Food, Arts and Crafts.   No Alcohol, Drugs, Firearms, or Politics Allowed.  Vendors Welcome.  Vendors and drums contact Makwa at 570-274-9711 All Drums Welcome. 

Contact Kay @ 570-799-0805

 

July 15 - 16, 2006
8th Annual White Buffalo Society Pow Wow
Gaston Lions Club Fairgrounds, Gaston, IN
Headman: Danny Walker, Headlady: Rev. Kay Facer, Head Junior Male: Chad Stone,  Host Drum: Red Shield Singers.  Trader Fees: $40 for 20x20 space, $50 for oversized space, plus electric, plus donation to late night auction. Blanket Trader: $15 for 1st, $10 for each added blanket plus camping, Camping fee: $5. per person for the weekend.  Electric is $15. per outlet for 2 days; $20 for Fri., Sat., & Sun.  No camping or trader setup until noon Friday.  Frank Davison/Scenoral Steel Memorial Crazy Late Night Auction on Saturday, 30 minutes after the final dance. Directions:   From I69 Exit 45 - Go east to the red flashing light.  Turn left (north) to Gaston, Approx. 2-1/2 miles.  Turn right onto Elm Street.  The Fairgrounds are approximately 0.8 miles east, From State Road 3 and 67 - Go west on State Road 28 to Wheeling (flashing red light).  Turn right (north) for 2-1/2 miles.  Watch for Gaston Lions Club Fairgrounds sign and turn left.  Fairgrounds are approximately 1-1/2 miles west.
From State Road 3 and 67 - Go west on State Road 28 to Wheeling (flashing red light).  Turn right (north) for 2-1/2 miles.  Watch for Gaston Lions Club Fairgrounds sign and turn left.  Fairgrounds are approximately 1-1/2 miles west. No alcohol, drugs, firearms allowed, pets must be on a leash and kept at your campsite.  Not responsible for accidents, injuries, or personal property.  Contact Cheryl Grice @ 765-286-2816 or Jason Davison @ 765-348-4660  klingongal@sbcglobal.net http://www.geocities.com/slolwaye_sni@sbcglobal.net/wbspowwow.html
 
July 15 - 17, 2006
Annual Nevada Indian Days Powwow
Churchill County Fairgrounds, Fallon, NV. 89406
Head Staff to be announced:  Contest information:  Tiny Tot to Golden Age! Princess Contests! Fancy Shawl, Jingle, Northern Traditional, Grass, Men's Fancy Spotlight Special.  Onsite camping and showers available.  All Art and Craft Vendors Welcome.  For more information contact Francine Tohannie  775-423-2949  ftohannie@hotmail.com
 

July 15 - 17, 2006

Eagle Spirit Sobriety Powwow

Nchellium, WA 

Eagle Spirit Campgrounds first left after you get off of the Gifford Ferry

This powwow is for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts who need to have
people who will support them and be there for them and to be respected for
who they are and not disrespected for what they have done in there past.

Tom and Lisa Louie
P.O. Box 205, Inchellium, WA  99138
1-722-2431
monacarrywater@yahoo.com

July 18 - 20, 2006

Carry The Kettle Nakota Oyate Wacipi
Box 43, Sintaluta, Sas.
Headman: Dan Warrington, Headlady: Tawny Hale, MC: Dale Oldhorn & Jason Goodstriker, Host Drums: Elks Whistle, Other Drums: Big Bear, Crooked Lake Agency Singers, Dakota Hotain, High Noon, Mystic River Singers, Whitefish Juniors.  Arena Director: Conrad Rope & Marshall Thomson.  Contact Cindy Haywahe, @ 306-727-4980  nakotagrl@yahoo.ca

July 20 - 23, 2006

Wahcinca Dakota Oyate Celebration
Campgrounds off Highway 2, Poplar, MT.  59255

MC: Frank Hapa,  Host Drums:  Will be Random Drum Hosts. All other Head Staff to be announced.  Camping Day starts on July 20, 2006.  All Contest Information will be announced in upcoming months. Vendor: Sunee Erickson/Joanne Browning @ 406-672-1520  wahcinca@nativeweb.net

 

July 20 - 23, 2006
Kainai Indian Days Celebrations
Box 232, Standoff, Alberta, Canada
MC: Trevor Parie Chicken/ Russel Red Crow/ Travis Plai, Arena Director: Sheldon Day Chief/ Calvin Cross Child.  Contest info: ) Contest in all Catagories 2) $33,000 Drum Contest 1st -$15,000 - Drum & sticks 2nd - $5,000 - Jackets 3rd - $4,000 - Vests 4th - $3,000 - Hoodies 5th - $2,000 - Caps 6th - $1000 - Caps $3,000 drum split for consulation. As part of the Celebrations, the Cross Child Family are co-sponsoring the drum competition in honor of their father Dominc Cross Child. Mr. Cross child is a original Old Agency and Kaispai drum member.  For Vendor and other information contact  Gloria or Theda @ 403-737-3774  cgwells@telusplanet.net

 

July 21 - 23, 2006
Eastern Woodlands Gathering
7681 US Hwy. 42, Lexington, (Johnsvil, ) OH.  44904
Head Staff will be announced .  Arena Director: Dave Terzak.  Primative camping, & Tee-pees, water, porta pots- $20. per night  Vendors and Dancers, no charge.  RV's for Vendors and Dancers Only.  There is No Waste Removel on site.  Vendor Information:  spaces availible must have own generator for electric. $45 two days $65 three days.  For more information contact Joann Smith @ 419-362-2936 SWCjozie@aol.com
http://www.morrowcounty.biz/swcountry
 

July 21 - 23, 2006

Ohpikihawasowin Powwow
The Rez Road, Norway House, Manitoba.
MC: Howie Thompson, Host Drums: Grey Buffalo Singers.  Arena Director: Darcy  Anaquod & Robin Spence.  Contest info: Golden age (Men combined and women Combined) Adults (men Straight trad., contemp. trad., grass, chicken, and fancy; women's trad., jingle, and fancy) 1st-1300 2nd-1000 3rd-700 4th-500 5th-300 Teens (boys trad., grass, and fancy; girls trad., jingle, and fancy) 1st-600 2nd-500 3rd-400 4th-300 5th-150 Juniors (boys trad., grass, and fancy; girls trad. jingle, and fancy) 1st-500 2nd-400 3rd-300 4th-200 5th-100 Singing 1st-5000 2nd-4000 3rd-3000 4th-2000 5th-1000 $73,700 total in cash prizes.    Camp Ground available with 24 hour security,please bring your own chairs and camping gear.  all concessions must be registered with Trudy Hart, @ 204-359-5075 or 204-359-4729  thart@frontiersd.mb.ca
 

July 21 - 23, 2006

5th Annual Midnight Sun Intertribal Powwow
2010 2nd Avenue, Fairbanks, AK.  99701
MC: George Bennett, Host Drums: Guest, Medicine Tail. Arena Director: Gene Wescott.  Traditional powwow; Traditional Chief Reverand David Salmon of the Interior of Alaska, Alaska Native dance groups and performances.  Traditional potlatch will take place on July 22nd for participants, volunteers, and special guests.  Vendors: Food Vendors: $125.00; must have all applicable permits and licenses, must have own electricity(generator) The fee cover all three days. Arts and Crafts Vendor: Native heritage, must follow all rules of Indian Art Board. Bring own tent, tables, ropes, and duct tape. $85 for all three days. Public Service/ Information Tables: Must bring own set-up, must follow all rules, No-cost space. 1st come, 1st serve. Refer all questions to: Tamara Fox at 907-488-7076 or foxtamara@hotmail.com  or Contact Valerie J. @ 907-456-2245  vjensen@alaska.net     http://www.midnightsunpowwow.org
 

July 21 - 23, 2006

54th Annual Tulsa Pow Wow
7715 East 25th Place, Tulsa, OK.  74129
Headman: Randy Moore, Headlady Margo Gray, MC: Sammy,  Host Drums: Redland Singers. Arena Director: Rand Frazier, P.B. Potawatomi.  Vendors: Artist and Arts and Craft information Sammy Haynes call (918) 449-0344, or contact Robert Anquoe @ 918-671-2417  tici@tulsapowwow.org   http://www.tulsapowwow.org
 
July 21 - 23, 2006
Sioux Valley Dakota Oyate Wacipi
Powwow Road, Sioux Valley, Manitoba..
Host Drums: Dakota Hotain, Riverside Dakota, Sioux Valley,
Vendor and other information will be added as is confirmed with the Powwow committee.  Contact Darryl McKay, Ken Pratt Jr. @ 204-851-2440  greyboy77@hotmail.com
 
July 21 - 23, 2006
Keweenaw Bay Indian Community
US 41 Ojibwa Campgrounds, Baraga, MI., 49946
Headman: Lawrence Williams, Headlady: Punkin Shananaquet, MC: Ted Holappa/ Eddie Benton-Banai, Host Drums: Plains Ojibway, Other Drums: Buffalo Horse Singers, Arena Director: Stan Spruce, Performer: Plains Ojibway Singers.  Home of the "Midnight Two Step Championship and Drum Challenge".  Vendors:  North American Traders Only.  Contact Pauline Spruce @ 906-353-6623  pauline@kbic-nsn.gov     http://http://www.kbic-nsn.gov/

 

July 21 - 23, 2006

Onion Lake 2006 Annual Powwow

Onion Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada

Over $50,000 prize payouts, $20,00 drum contest. Men's,  Ladies, Teens Specials. Hand Game tournament. New Covered Arbor - rain or shine no delays.

Elaine Whitstone
Box 340, Onion Lake, Saskatchewan S0M 2E0
1-306-344-2525
ewhitstone@onionlake.ca
 

July 21 - 23, 2006
Salamanca Allegany Casino Veteran's Powwow
Broad Street, Salamanca, NY
All staff yet to be announced. Contest info: Contest Powwow with over $100,000 in prizes!!! Northern & Southern Categories for both Dance and Drum competition.  Vendors, space is limited, so please call right away if interested. For information contact Sylvia @ 716-532-2546


July 22 - 23, 2006

City By The Water Powwow

Bay City, Michigan

Traditional powwow with children's cultural craft tent.

Sandra Harrington, 
33 Bay Shore Drive, Bay City, Michigan 48706
989-684-8311
natam2000@hotmail.com

 

July 22 - 23, 2006
11th Annual Vellejo Powwow
Waterfront Park, P.O. Box 5552, Vellejo, CA. 94591
For more information, call 707-557-2140, Vendors please call 707-642-8724  or 707-552-2562.  rattlingleaf2@yahoo.com
www.vellejojointertribalcouncil.org
 

July 22 - 23, 2006

22nd Annual AIITCO Powwow
9535 Linton Hall Road, Bristow, VA.  20136
Headman: Charlie Mohr, Headlady: Katherine Frick, Host Drums: Cedar Tree Singers, Arena Director: J.B. Brumbaugh. Evening meal and camping for participants and all drums, singers, dancers welcome.  Vendors, by Invitation Only. Contact AIITCO @ 301-869-9381  aiitco@aol.com    http://www.aiitco.com
 

July 22 - 23, 2006

5th Annual Cheroenhaka ( Nottoway) Powwow and Gathering

Southhampton County Fair Grounds, Courland, VA. 23837

Headman: Keith Anderson, Headlady: Donna Richardson, MC: John Blackfeather, Host Drums: Eastern Bull Singers, Other Drums: Edisto River Singers, Arena Director: Douglas Logan.  Bring your lawn chairs, blankets,  No alcohol, or drugs, and No Pets.  Vendor info:  American Indian Arts and Crafts Hotdogs, Hamburgers, Drinks, Frybread, Tacos, Fish & chips Jewelry, Regalia, Face Painting.  Contact Walt Brown @ 757-562-7760  WDBrownlll@aol.com

July 25 - 29, 2006
Milton Pow Wow
Cabell County Fairgrounds, Milton, WV.

Host Drums: Spirit Circle Drum. Powwow open and free to public. No Alcohol, firearms, drugs, or attitudes. Terri Ariyan @ 304-417-0848

July 27 - 30, 2006
140th annual Homecoming Winnebago Pow-wow
Memorial Park, east of Winnebago, Hwy 75, Winnebago, NE.

Headman: Lewis Bleu St. Cyr, Headlady: Crystal Ross, MC: Vince Beyl, Host Drums: Iron Boy. Arena Director: Pete Snowball. Contest info: Adult& 1st-1200 50+ 2nd- 1000 3rd- 700 4th- 500 13-17 1st- 500 2nd-300 3rd- 200 4th- 100 7-12 1st- 200 2nd- 150 3rd- 100 4th- 75 tiny tots- day money. Information contact, Ku-nu Dave 402-878-3221
http://www.winnebagotribe.com/powwow_files/Powwow

July 28 - 29, 2006

2nd Annual Ditto Landing Powwow
Ditto Landing Marina Campground, Huntsville, AL
Grand Entry 11:00 a.m. both days. Free Admission. All Dancers and Drums Welcome.

Betty Abbou
Hobbs Island Road, Huntsville, AL   35803
256-337-7358 or 256-880-8987
oekneegee@hotmail.com
http://www.freewebs.com/hsvpowwows


July 28 - 30, 2006
3rd In Celebration of the Seven Generations
(Location has been changed)
For Information please contact Sue @ 906-226-0906 kabooby3@yahoo.com

 

July 28 - 30, 2006
Fort Totten Days Wacipi
Main Street, Fort Totten, ND. 58335
Headman: Gandi Shaw, Headlady: Melissa Merrick Street, MC: Danny Seaboy, Other Drums: 3 Nationz, Eagle Thunder, Kingbird, Spirit Lake Nation Singers, and White Lodge Singers. Arena Director: Nathan Smith. Contact Ivan Lovejoy @ 701-766-4686 daddygirl_pooh@yahoo.com

July 28 - 30, 2006
Naicatchewenin Annual Pow-Wow
Naicatchewenin First Nation, Devlin, Ontario.
MC: Murphy Thomas, Host Drums: Community Drum. Arena Director: Ralph Taylor. Everyone is Welcome. Vendors: Concession fees must be paid daily. Contact Naicatchewenin Band Office @ 807-486-3407
canadianangel_807@yahoo.com

 

July 29, 2006
Honor Dance for Jennifer Ann Parker
584 NW Bingo Rd., Lawton, OK. 73507
Head man: Lance Hill, Head lady: Susie Campbell, MC: Eddie Mahseet, Host Drums: Parker Emhoolah, Arena Director: Freddy Banderas. Vendors welcome.

Nicole {405} 605-4028 or 361-7670 Inhskii@aol.com

 

July 28 - 30, 2006

Southern California Indian Center 38th Annual
4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA. 90027
Head man: Eddie Roubedeaux, Head lady: Leya Hale,  MC: Hammond Motah, Host Drums: Young Spirit, Other Drums: Southern Express, Arena Director Brian General.  Contest Information:  Over $26,000 in Dance and Drum contest. More information and special contests to be posted soon. Drum Contest: 1st:$2000 2nd:$1500 3rd:$1000 4th: $500. **$100 to the first 5 drum that register. Registration starts on Friday and Points start on Friday. Dance contest starts on Friday. Point system is in effect  For Vendor information please contact Lydia Gonzales at lgonzales@indiancenter.org or (714) 962-6673.  For all other information contact Starr Robideau or Paula Starr @ 714-962-6673 srobideau@indiancenter.org   http://www.indiancenter.org

July 29 - 30, 2006
Harvest Moon Powwow
East Hampton, CT. 6424

MC: Pony, RI., Other Drums: Smalltown., For all other information please contact Bill Twobears @ 860-872-8119 moonharvest47@aol.com

July 29 - 30, 2006
Native American Festival
5970 Koman Rd., Edinboro, PA. 16412

Arena Director: Chief Silver Fox. Wooden Nickel Buffalo Farm will be cooking Bison burger, bison hot dogs, fries, drinks, and desserts. Various vendors from the tri-state area will be selling native and non-native handicrafts. Contact Dan Koman @ 814-734-2833 buffalo@velocity.net http://www.woodennickelbuffalo.com

AUGUST

August 3 - 6, 2006
42nd Annual Rocky Boy Pow-wow
Powwow Grounds, Rock Boy, MT.  59521
Headman: Iziah Bob, Headlady: Tawny Hale, MC: Jason Good Striker & Dale Old Horn, Host Drums: Northern Cree, Arena Director: Wesley Windy Boy, John Murie.  Contest Info: Adult Categories: Golden Age Men, Mens Southern, Straight, Traditional, Grass, Fancy, Chicken.  Women's Golden Age, Women's Sth./Nth., Cloth, Combination, Sth. Buckskin, Nth. Buckskin, Jingle, and Fancy.  Teen and Junior Boys, Traditional, Grass, & Fancy.  Teen & Junior Girls, Traditional, Jingle, & Fancy.  Roderick R. Slim Prairie Chicken Dance Special.    Contact Janice Meyers @ 406-295-4478  janice@cct.rockyboy.org   info@cct.rockyboy.org    
http://www.rockyboy.org/powwow/Powwow.htm
 

August 3 - 6, 200

21st Annual Oglala Nation Pow Wow
West Main Street-Pow Wow Grounds, Pine Ridge, SD. 57770
MC: Chris Eagle Hawk, Arena Director: Chico Her Many Horses, Head Contest Judge: Wesley New Holy. Contest Info: GOLDEN AGE    Sr. Men / Sr. Women Traditional, ADULTS  Mens Traditional - Fancy Bustle - Grass  Womens Traditional -Fancy Shawl - Jingle,TEENS  Young Mens Traditional - Fancy - Grass Young Womens Traditional - Fancy Shawl - Jingle, JRS  Boys Traditional - Fancy Bustle - Grass. Girls Traditional - Fancy Shawl - Jingle.   Vendors contact Sharon Big Crow @ 605-867-5821-ext 226 Traditional Horse Games: Contact  Percy White Plume 605-455-1088. Meals will be served daily. Free Camping, water and showers available.  24 hour security will be available on the grounds. For Information contact Karen Red-Elk/Featherman, 605-867-5821
 
August 4 - 5, 2006
13th Annual Frank Liske Park Powwow
Frank Liske Park 4001 Stough Road Concord, NC 28025

Traditional southern protocol powwow. Headman Dancer: Ken Lonewolf, Charlotte, NC. Headlady Dancer: Marcy Link, Columbia, SC. Head Gourd Dancer: Paul Gowder, West Columbia, SC Master of Ceremonies: Patrick Boykin, Wilmington, NC. Arena Director: John Jolly, Augusta, GA. Southern Drum: Young Spirit, Ridgie Tucker, head singer. Northern Drum: Cypress Creek, Marcus Locklear Jr., head singer. Other drums welcome. Friday: 8am, park opens;  fur and feathers, hands-on learning experience; intertribal dancing. Saturday:  craft contest; 12pm, princess contest registration deadline; gourd dancing, story telling;  intertribal dancing; camp feed; crazy midnight auction; Raffles.

Vendors:  Gene Hall at 338-236-1099.
George Hoyt 704-786-5705, gehoyt@concordnc.com, www.cpaofnc.com

 

August 4 - 5, 2006
Annual Goshute Tribal Pow-Wow
1 BIA Highway, Ibapah, UT., 84034
Headman: Gary Sam, Headlady: Elizabeth Sam, MC: Tilton Old Bull, Host Drum: War Scout, Arena Director: Bart Powaukee.  Contest Info: Over $12,000 in Prize Money     All Dance Categories: 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place Awards    Tiny Tots sponsored by Mark Oppenhein Family Specials:  Teen Girls Jingle, sponsored by LaShinda Greymountain; Teen Boys Traditional, sponsored by Gary Sam Family; Golden Age Men & Women, sponsored by the Steele Family (Rupert, Christine & Bernard); Switch Dance, sponsored by Goshute Recreation Committee. Additional activities:  Softball Tournament, Fishing Derby, Horseshoe Tournament, 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament.  Vendors and other info contact  Christine Steele, (435) 234-1194; Jeanine Hooper, (435) 234-1141; Phyllis Naranjo, (435) 234-1138; Emma Bishop, (435) 234-1264. goshutetribe.com    Goshute Tribe & Pow-Wow Committee are not responsible for any accidents, thefts, short-funded travelers, etc.
 

August 4 - 5, 2006

21st Annual Bell Pow-Wow
SE, Stilwell, OK., 74960
Headman: Chad Killscrow, Headlady: Wonzie Klinekole Tiger, MC: Archie Mason, Host Drum: Drum Busters, Arena Director: Tim Muskrat.  Contest Info: Contests in all adult categories and all junior categories. Contestants must be in one grand entry.... Contestants must be in full regalia when winners are announced. All decisions of the committee are final. For Vendor and other info contact Thomas Muskrat, 918-696-4480
Directions:  Go East from Stilwell approxiamately 2.6 miles on Hwy 100 til you see the sigh thats says Bell.  Turn right just past the Rock Springs Church.  Stay on blacktop for approxiamately 3.8 miles.  The pow-wow will be on your left, or Go South from Stilwell approxiamately 5 miles on Hwy 59.  When you see the sign that says Bell, turn left(east).  Stay on blacktop for approxiamately 3 miles.  The pow-wow will be on your right.

 

 
August 4 - 6, 2006
27th Annual Kamloopa Pow Wow
331 - 345 Yellowhead Highway, Kamloops, BC
MC: Dennis Brown, Host Drums: High Noon, Other Drums: Sage Hillz, Arena Director: Stan Isadore. Contest Info: Categories Include: (Adult & Teen): Traditional, Chicke, Jingle, Grass, Fancy Feather, Fancy Shawl.  Specialty Catagories Include: Adult Team Dance (Women/Men), Teen Team Dance (Girls/Boys), Princess Pageant. Drum Contest and  Hand Drum Contest. Confirmed Specials: Miss Kamloopa Michaela Dennis - Teen Girls All-Around Special (Old Style), KIB Chief and Council - War Bonnet Special, Edna Daniels Memorial - Womens Jingle, Andrea and Gail Mountain Chief - Womens Jingle/Fancy, Austin Big Sorrell Horse - Jr. Boys Grass, Maylani Marr Coming Out - Jr. Girls Fancy.Guarantee prize layout $62,000.00  Vendors Please Pre-Register your Native Arts & Craft Booth with Sandra Seymour (250) 828-9706.   No Outside Concessions,  Raffles, or 50/50.
Lois Paul or Harmony Seymour 250-828-9738. powwow@kib.ca ,

 

August 4 - 6, 2006
17th Annual Oklahoma Indian Nation Pow-Wow Committee
Concho Pow-Wow Grounds Concho, OK 73022
 Accepting Food & Arts/Crafts Booth Space Food $300 for weekend - Accept only 8 A & C $50 per day. Call for Application
Christina Morton (405)422-3477,  cm_arapaho@hotmail.com
 

August 4 - 6, 2006

3rd Annual Bull Run All Nations Festival
River Front Park/Canfield Island, (just outside Williamsport), in Loyalsock Township , Warrensville Rd. Williamsport, PA

Head man: Roy Dancing Two Bears, Head lady: Teresa Running Deer, MC: Makwa,  Host Drums: Iroquois Thunderheart, Other Drums: Morning Star, Thunder Nation, and Eagle Thunder.  All Drums Welcome.  Arena Director: Ernie Strong Bear,  PA.  Friday will have Drumming, Dancing and many other activities that one and all can participate in, (there will be no Grand Entry).  There will be free admission and parking all weekend.  Camping is available.  Native American Crafts, Food, Storytelling, Demonstrations, and Teaching Teepee.  Animal Exhibits by SkyeSpirit - Birds of Prey, Spruce Run Farm - Whitetail Deer, Turtle World, Reptile Display and petting zoo.  Music by Dog and Pony Show.   Aztec Fire Dancers Daily.  Hoop Dancer, "White Eagle".  All Are Welcome In A Good WayHear the Thunder, Feel The Spirit.  Come and experience one of the most moving times you may have had all this year.  There will be shuttle service from the parking lot and camping area, and handicap parking available at the Festival site.

contact Dave Tree at 570-337-1458 or Donna at 570-321-9749  treedpg@hotmail.com   http://freewebs.com/bullrun 

 

August 4 - 6, 2006
Sandusky Shining Waters Powwow
Water St., Sandusky, OH. 44870

Head man: Black Hawk, Head lady: Debbie Lone Feather, MC: Grandfather Snow Wolf, Host Drums: Wolf Creek Singers, Arena Director Willie McCarty. Come Feel the Pulse of a City Revitalizing....The United Indians of Ohio. If you want to be a part of this history making event contact us as soon as you can. Get your space early, they will go fast. For more information contact Willie McCarty, 131 Megis St., Sandusky, Ohio. 44870
419-621-0317 macsandusky2@aol.com

 

August 4 - 6, 2006

Piikani First Nation Annual Celebration
Powwow Trail, Brocket, Alberta
For Information Contact Cheona Smith @ 403-965-3940
August 4 - 6, 2006
Menominee Nation Contest Pow-wow
Woodland Bowl.. Land of the Menominee, Keshena WI.  54135
MC: Joey Besaw, Host Drums: Midnite Express.  Arena Director: Dana Warrington.  Contact Dana Warrington @ 715-304-8843
 
August 4 - 6, 2006
22nd Annual Saginaw Chippewa Pow-Wow
7529 E. Tomah Rd., Mt. Pleasant, MI.  48858
Headman and Headlady Chosen and paid Daily, MC: Osceola Ridshirt & Terry Fiddler, Host Drums: BattleRiver, Other Drums: Dry Lake., Arena Director: Darrell Goodwill & Dave Shananaquet.  Contest info: Junior Adults/Sr. Adults/Golden Age,Mens: Fancy, Grass, and Traditional/Womens: Fancy, Drum Contest: Drum split for non-placing drums.  Specials: Chicken, Mens Traditional, Womens Traditional, Old Style Jingle, Future Champions 2-Step.  Vendors contact Jim Walker @ 989-205-6570, Others contact Melissa Montoya @ 828-736-6996
 
August 4 - 6, 2006
Upper Skagit Celebration
25708 Coyote Drive, Sedro Wooley, WA., 98284
MC: Thomas Morning Owl - Umatilla Blood, Host Drum: Youngbird, Arena Director: Nathan Williams. Our 9th annual pow-wow is honored to have YoungBird as host drum.We have a budget for 15 drums this year so feel free to bring your drum group.Our points system has been improved for the powwow and the Upper Skagit Tribe invites all to our 9th annual powwow.We hope to see you here this year and welcome past visitors to come on out and enjoy YoungBird Singers from Pawnee ,Ok. Contest Prize money is the same as last year $300 $200 $150 for adult catagories.Teens $200 $150 $100.As well as the jr catagories. Contact Nathan or Tonya @ 360-854-7088
 
August 4 - 6, 2006
Long Plain First Nation Competition Powwow
P.O. Box 430, Long Plain First Nation, Manitoba.
For information contact Jackie Daniels/Christene Lense @ 204-252-3066  jacdan@mts.net
 

August 4 - 6, 2006

Enoch Cree Nation Competition Pow Wow
Highway 60, Enoch, Alberta
MC: Howie Thomson, Host Drum: Southern Boyz, Arena Director: Wayne Monias and Dale Alexis.  For information contact Ronda Williams and Sonya Alexis, @ 780-470-2030
 
August 4 - 6, 2006
32nd Kalispel Pow Wow
1981 North LeClerc, Usk, WA., 99180
Host Drums: Drums Paid Daily $150 Host Drum Picked Daily .  Contest Info: Women 50+  - $800 - $600 - $400 - $200,  Men 50 +  - $800 - $600 - $400 - $200,  Women 20-49  - $900 - $600 - $400 - $200, Men 20-49  - $900 - $600 - $400 - $200, Teen Girls 14-19  - $500 - $300 - $200 - $100, Teen Boys 14-19  - $500 - $300 - $200 - $100, Little Girls 7-13  - $300 - $200 - $100 - $50, Little Boys 7-13  - $300 - $200 - $100 - $50, Tiny Tots 6 & Under $5.00 + Prize.  Round Bustle Special. 2006 Qalispel Co-Ed Softball Tournament, for info call Jason Cullooyah @ 509-445-1147,  2 mile walk or 4 mile fun run Saturday.  Stickgame Tournament, $150 entry fee $15,000 added Saturday August 5th, 2006, $50 will go toward a Stickgame Tournament Sunday, Entry fee for Sundays Tournament will be $50.
Open Games All Weekend.  For info contact Beannie @ 509-445-1147, bmerson@kalispeltribe.com
 
August 4 - 6, 2006
Long Soldier Pow-Wow
Long Soldier Pow-Wow Grounds, Fort Yates, ND., 58538
MC: Jerry Dearly, Host Drums: Fort Yates Singers, Performer: SummerBear Dance Troupe, Arena Director: Frank Bullhead.  Contest Info: Registration open on Friday, Aug. 4th at 3:00 pm (CST) and closes on Saturday, Aug. 5th at 1:00 pm. Golden Age (Ages 55+)-Traditional......$1000, $800, $600, & $400, Adult (19-54)-Traditional, Fancy, Jingle and Grass......$1000, $800, $600, $400, Teens (13-18)-Traditional, Fancy, Jingle and Grass......$500, $400, $300, $200, Juniors (7-12)-Traditional, Fancy, Jingleand Grass......$250, $200, $150, $100, Tiny Tots paid daily, Drums paid daily...........$10,000 Drum Split, Wildhorse Stampede Rodeo / Long Soldier Rodeo  701-854-7102, Mens Softball Tourney  701-854-3859/701-226-9955,  Horseshoe Tourney   701-854-2388,  Parade,    701-854-2161. For Info contact  Pow-Wow Committee @ 701-854-7102.
 
August 4 - 6, 2006
Fort Bidwell Pow Wow
130 Mee Thee Uh Road, Fort Bidwell, CA., 96112
Headman: Waposta Van Etten, Headlady: Phyllis Walker, MC: Mark McNair, Performer: Pomo Dancers.  All Vendors Welcome!
Arts & Crafts $25.00 Food $50.00. For Info contact: Mariellen Sam, or Loyette Meza @ 530-279-6310.
 

August 4 - 6, 2006

Squamish Nation Pow-wow
100 Mathias Rd., North Vancouver, BC
Arena Director: Cilliwack Zack Cailing,  Contest Info: Mens 18+: Fancy, Grass, Traditional Womans 18 +: Fancy, Jingle, Traditional Mens and Womans Golden Age 50 + Teen boys (13-17): Fancy, Grass, Traditional Teen Girls (13-17): Fancy, Jingle, Traditional Jr boys (7-12): Fancy, Grass, Traditional Jr Girls (7-12): Fancy, Jingle, Traditional Tiny Tots paid daily No Drum Contest. Vendors: Arts and Crafts Vendors $150 for the weekend. First come First Serve. Bring your own tables. For information contact Nahanee, 604-986-2120
 

August 5, 2006

35th AAIP Annual Conference Pow wow
11 East Kellogg Boulevard, St. Paul, MN., 55101
Headman: David Baines, Headlady: Bunny Begay, MC: Tim Tallchief, Host Drum: Midnite Express, Arena Director: Mark Wilson.  Contest Info: Crowne Plaza Hotel No Admission Charge, but Hotel Does Charge for Parking. Adult Divisions Only Men: Fancy, Straight, Traditional, Grass Women: Buckskin, Cloth, Jingle & Fancy Shawl Grand Entry at 7:00 pm. For Info contact: Robert Whitebird III, or Rachel Crawford @ 405-946-7072
 
August 5, 2006
Back to School POW-WOW
Chinle Community Center, Chinle, AZ., 86503
Headlady, Tara Abeita, MC: Dominic Arquero, Host Drum: Twin Trail Singers, Arena Director: Mike Abeita.  For info contact LouAnna @ 505-217-4286  lo_la_45@yahoo.com
 
August 5, 2006
Patterson 1st Annual Sacred Hills & Rivers Pow-Wow
2306 East Las Palmas Ave., Patterson, CA., 95363
Headman: Larry Schwimmer, Headlady: Aurora Mamea, MC: Val Shadowhawk, Host Drums: Southern Express, Other Drums: Black Bear Crossing, Arena Director: Earl R. Neconie.  For Info contact Joe Solis @ 209-892-8925

August 5 - 6, 2006
Summer Shawnee Traditional Pow Wow
7092 SR 540, Bellefontaine, OH. 43311

All Head Staff to be announced: We have camping, with and without electric and water. Shower Facilities, and Rustic Cabins. We also have a Native American Indian Museum, Giftshop, and Cavern Tours, Fishing and Swimming Ponds. All Tribal Owned Land. Vendor Information: All Art and Craft Items must be Traditional Hand Made, No Imports. For additional Information contact Crow @ 937-592-9592

August 5 - 6, 2006
Proctorville
Proctorville Fairgrounds, Proctorville, OH.
Headlady: Jennifer Kanama Vance, MC: Danny Two Eagles, Host Drums: Spirit Circle Drum.There is no admission to this Pow Wow. No Alcohol, Attitudes or Firearms. Grand Entry is at noon.  Contact  Terri Ariyan @ 304-417-0848

 

August 5 - 6, 2006

Hawaiian Gardens 6th Annual Friendship Pow Wow
2141 S. Elaine Ave. Hawaiian Gardens, CA.
Headlady: Jose Montes, MC: Dan Tom, Host Drums: Wild Horse. Arena Director: Michael Reifel.  Vendors need application.  Contact  Elizabeth @ 562-420-2641, Ext:# 229  artcheryl@earthlink.net

 

August 5 - 6, 2006

36th Annual Indian Fair Days & Powwow

North Fork Recreation Center, North Fork, CA
Head Staff,Drummers & Dancers. Color Guards:American Veterans
Master of Ceremony: Art Martinez. Area Director:Jr. Manuel; Headwoman:Gienevieve Lemaster; head Teen Boy:Julian Douglas; Head Teen Girl:Raelene Favil; Northern Host Drum:Call'N Eagle; Southern Host Drum: Red Buffalo.  Over 40 Vendors. Swimming, Volley Ball Tournament, Traditional Native American Demonstrations. BBQ Tri Tip Dinner, Tickets: Presale $2.00 or $5.00 At The Gate (Per Day). For More Information, Vendor Application, Ad Space. Contact Haroleen Bowlan (559)877-2115 The Sierra Mono Indian Museum

Haroleen Bowlan
33103 Road 228, / P.O. Box 275, North Fork, CA 93643
(559)877-2115
Staff@Sierramonomuseum.org
www.sierramonomuseum.org

 

August 5 - 7, 2006
Wikwemikong 46th Annual Cultural Festival
64-3 Beach Rd., Wikwemikong, Ontario
Head man: Ray Trudeau, Head lady: Cynthia Trudeau, MC: Alex Fox, Arena Director Niso Shawanda, Toronto, Ontario Vendors contact Doris Peltier dpeltier@wikwemikongheritage.org For all other information contact Cynthia Bell @ 705-859-2385 cbell@wikwemikongheritage.org

http://www.wikwemikongheritage.org

 

August 7 - 13, 2006

Meet me at the Knee - Wounded Knee Memorial Ride Powwow

"Cankpe Opi," Wounded Knee, SD
Honor our Ancestors. Celebrating a new era of hope and understanding among all people and create unity.  Spiritual Ceremonies.  Leonard Crow Dog will officiate.  Motorcycle ride from the Crazy Horse monument to Wounded Knee massacre site. Chief Big Foot Memorial Riders on horseback will lead bikers to the ceremony. All are welcome. Entertainment during the day will include a Pow-Wow and a bull riders' only rodeo.  In the evenings, we will have live music; Koh-Teh!) and and rock performers. Seeking sponsors. Camping available.

Garry Rowland

growland2000@yahoo.com

 

August 10 - 13, 2006
Hays Community Pow Wow
Mission Canyon-Wilson Park, Hays, MT., 59527
Headman: Flag Bearer Charlie Ereaux, Headlady: Flag Bearer Caralee Ereaux,  MC: Tommy Christains, & Tuffy Helgesen, Host Drums: Dry Lake Singers,  Contest Info: contact Charlie & Caralee Ereaux, 406-673-3206.  Vendor Info: contact Penny Hawley @ 406-673-3842.  nac@mtintouch.net      To view Flyer go to http://www.ttc-cmc.net\~cheyennek.
 
August 10 - 13, 2006
Shoshone-Bannock Festival
P.O. Box 306, Fort Hall, ID., 83203
MC: Dale Old Horn, Host Drums: No. Bear Creek, So. Thunderhill. Performer: Commanche Little Pony Gourd Dancers. Arena Director: Noah Fred.  For contest info go to www.shobannews.com  Vendors contact Mitzi Appeney at (208) 221-7792 or email: wildberrisis@yahoo.com ,  For other other Info contact Roanna Stump @ 208-238-0373.
 
August 10 - 13, 2006
Little Shell Contest Powwow
Four Bears Park, New Town, ND., 58763
Host Drums: All Fort Berthold Drums.  Contest Info: Golden Age Men & Women (50 & over).  Men and Womans Adult categories including: Crow Style, Traditional, Fancy, Grass, Jingle, Fancy Shawl.  First Place $1,200.00, Second Place $ 1,000.00, Third Place $ 800.00 places paid up to Fifth Place $400.00, All Teen Categories including ages 13 - 17.  First Place $ 600.00 thru  Fifth Place $ 100.00, All Junior Categories including ages 7 - 12. First Place $ 300.00  thru  Fifth Place $ 50.00, Tiny Tots paid Daily. Drum Split $ 10,000.00  Open Drum Contest $ 10,000.00, Several Dance Specials are included.  This is a free pow wow. Camping is primitive. Outdoor portable toilets will be available. Rations will be given out daily. Campers please bring your own cooking equipment. For RV parking information, contact committee members. Dennis Fox Jr. @ 701-627-4731  http://www.mhanation.com/main/download/little_shell_06.

 

August 10 - 13, 2006
202nd Omaha Tribal Pow-Wow
200 Pow-Wow Dr., Macy, NE., 68039
MC: Dean Whitebreast, Arena Director: Tony Provost & Chris Freemont.  For all info contact Venetia Wolfe @ 402-837-5728

 

August 11 - 12, 2006
Eno Occoneechi Tribal Powwow
At Marys Chapel Church Rd., Mebane, NC. 27302

MC: Randy Downey, Arena Director: Stephen Downey, NC. Camping and shower facilities available. Vendors contact Vice Chief LeRoy Whitmore, Mebane Oak Rd., Mebane, NC. 27302 919-563-4640

 

August 11 - 13, 2006
Lennox Island Annual Pow Wow
134 Sweetgrass Trail, Lennox Island, PEI

Head man: Donald Barnably, Head lady: Leslie Tuplin, Host Drums: Eastern Eagle.

Contact Madlene Sark @ 902-831-3426
madlene.sark@lennoxisland.com

http://www.lennoxisland.com

 

August 11 - 13, 2006
12th Annual Sacramento Powwow
715 Broadway, Sacramento, CA. 95818
Headlady: Smoke Johnson, MC: Tom Phillips Sr., Arena Director: Denny Stanley Sr. . Contest begins Saturday, Aug. 11th.  Vendors: There may be Arts & Craft spaces still available, No food vendor space.  Contact Marcia @ 916-421-0657  wailaki10@comcast.net
 

August 11 - 13, 2006

Songhees Competition Pow Wow

Maple Bank Road, (off Admirals Rd.) Victoria, BC.

MC: John Terbasket.  Contest Info: Men's Traditional Special, Men's Grass, Last Man Standing, Trick Song Special, Lady's Fancy Special. Vendors:  Arts and Crafts Fee, $200. for the week-end.  Contact Angela or Cheryl Joseph @ 250-385-3938 SONGHEES_POWWOW@HOTMAIL.COM

August 11 - 13, 2006

Mihsihkinaahkwa Pow wow
1035 E. St. Route 205/ Morsches Park, Columbia City, IN 46725
Headman: George Martin, Arena Director: George Strack Sr.  Everyone Welcome.  Primitive Camping free on Powwow Grounds, first come first serve.....Electric hook up in park limited. No alcohol or drugs, firearms.  Please.....No Pets.  Vendors: We have 42 Food and Native Am. Craft vendors, contact Cathy @ 260-825-4370. Others contact Pat Smith @ 260-244-7702  COMANCHE2@MAPLENET.NET   http://miamipowwow@yahoo.com

 

August 11 - 13, 2006

Ermineskin Cree Nation Powwow 2006

Box 219, Hobbema, Alberta

MC: Jason Goodstriker, Elmer Rattlesnake & Leo Bruno Jr., Host Drums: Choosen Daily. Arena Director: Bruce Lee.  Contest Info:  Registration Friday Aug 11 noon-11pm, Sat Aug 12 until noon. Grand Entry Friday 7:00 pm Host Drum Picked Daily. Drumming Contest 1st-$7000.00 2nd $5,000.00 3rd - $3,000.00 4th-$2,000.00 5th-$1,000.00 Dance Competition 18-49 Adult Categories (Men's Traditional, Chicken, Fancy, Grass & Women's Traditional, Jingle, Fancy) 1st-1,400.00, 2nd $1,000.00 3rd $8,00.00 4th $6,00.00 Men's Golden Age & Buckskin & Women's Golden Age 1st $800.00 2nd $600.00 3rd-$400.00 Teen Categories (Teen Boys's Ages 13-17 Traditional, Chicken, Fancy, Grass, Teen Girl's Traditional, Jingle, Fancy) 1st- $400.00 2nd 200.00 3rd $300.00 4th $100.00 1st $400.00 2nd $300.00 3rd $200.00 4th $100.00 All Junior Categories & Tiny Tots Paid Out Daily.  Arts & Crafts $50.00 per day plus donation Concessions-Advance payment of $225.00 per day. For more information or to register your stand, please contact: Harley Littlechild 780-585-6691 780-360-9061 Emily Smallboy 780-312-8759 780-585-3886  For other info contact Emily Smallboy @ 780-585-3866  tansi25@yahoo.com

 

August 11 - 13, 2006

Songhees Competition Powwow

Maple Bank Road - Off Admirals Rd., Victoria, BC

MC: John Terbasket, Vendor Info: Arts & Crafts fee $200. for the week-end.  For Contest and all other info contact Angela or Cheryl Joseph @ 250-385-3938 SONGHEES_POWWOW@HOTMAIL.COM        

 

August 11 - 13, 2006

IICOT Pow Wow of Champions 3334 E. Jasper St., Tulsa, OK., 74115 Headman: A. J. Leadingfox, Headlady: Debra Mooney, MC: Archie Mason & Neil Lawhead, Host Drums: Francis Stumblingbear, Performer: SummerBear Dance Troupe.  Arena Director: Karl Beaston, & ZekeUlrey.  Contest Info: Four places paid in senior divisions; three places paid in junior divisions; Harry Adams Memorial Straight Dance Contest 40 yrs & older 3 places paid Contestants must make two of the four grand entries & two exhibition dances. Contest counts as one exhibition. Contest Registration open at 6:00 p.m. on August 11 Drum Contest prize $ awarded to both Northern Drum and Southern Drum Divisions five singer minimum-drums must be ready 15 min b/4 GE no Drum Hopping.  Vendor Info:  Booth space is 10X10 Ft. $105.. booth after July 20. $120 per booth. Payment & registration due in advance.  For more info call 918-321-3460, or 918-838-8276.  RV park Reservations, call Tulsa State Fairgrounds 918-744-1113.  No Tent Camping.  For more info contact Dolletta Blalock, 918-838-8276  iicotprez@iicot.org     http://iicot.org

 

August 11 - 13, 2006

Turtle Mt Nii Mii Win and Little Shell Powwow

Hwy. 281 North, Dunseith, ND., 58329

Host Drums: Lone Creek.  For all information contact Larry Baker or Lola Greatwalker @ 701-550-0517  pen_bake@hotmail.com        

 

August 11 - 13, 2006

Grand Portage Rendezvous Days Traditional Powwow

Store Road, Grand Portage, MN., 55605 Host Drums: Grand Portage Traditional Drum.  Free Admission! Honorarium paid to the first 20 drums registered (minimum 4 singers per drum).  Grand entry at 1:00 pm, 24 hour security  will be provided. Enjoy softball and horseshoe tournaments, a walk-run and turkey shoot competition.  Saturday, August 12th come and listen to the contemporary sound of Eagle & Hawk with special guest Keith Secola. The show will begin at 9pm at the Grand Portage Lodge & Casino.  For information contact Curtis Gagon @ 218-475-2415 http://www.grandportage.com

 

August 11 - 13, 2006

Millbrook Annual Pow Wow
823 Willow St., Truro, NSa
Headman: Stuart Augustine, MC: Jim Augustine.  Vendor Info: Must provide own table and chairs. Small fee for weekend and day setup and small donation for Give away.  Camping available.  No Emergancy monies available, and no alcohol or drugs allowed.  For information contact Reanne Sylliboy @ 902-957-0277  reannejuliansylliboy@hotmail.com
 

August 11 - 13, 2006

30th Annual Mohican Veterans Pow-Wow
Many Trails Park, MohHeConNuck Road, Bowler, WI., 54416
Headman: Larry Madden, Headlady: Vanessa DeNasha, MC: Richard Awonohopay, Host Drums: Spirit Bear, Arena Director: Jeff Vele Sr.
For more info contact Human Resources @ 715-793-4376  http://www.mohican    nsn.gov/PowWowInformation.htm
 
August 11 - 13, 2006
Big Grassy River 23rd Annual Traditional Pow-wow
Pow-Wow Trail, Big Grassy River F. N. Ontario
MC: Clarence White, Host Drums: Big Grassy River Traditional Drum, Co-Host Drums: Footprint.  Arena Director: Ron Jack.  Breakfast and Feast on Sat. & Sun.  Brave and Princess Pagent, Giveaway on Sun. Daily Honorariums for Drums and Dancers.  For information contact
Pow-wow Committee @ 807-488-5614  daryl_numay1@hotmail.com

 

August 12 - 13, 2006

3rd Annual Natchez Trace Powwow

Leiper's Fork, Tennessee

Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday and 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday; Grand Entry each day is at 12:30 with an additional Grand Entry being held at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday.  Admission is $6 for adults; $3 for children aged 6 -12; $3 for Seniors aged 60+ and Children 5 and under are Free.  All proceeds benefit the Tennessee Native American Eagle Awards and Hillsboro Elementary and Middle School Library.
April Cantrell   615-599-7347 or 615-591-1682
4150 Old Hillsboro Road, Franklin, TN  37064
april@natcheztracepowwow.com

Shelia Jones at (931) 670-5465

ww.natcheztracepowwow.com

 

August 12 - 13, 2006
Honoring Turtle Island
London, OH.

Head man: Danny Dixon / Brad Gibson, Head lady: Kirsten Koenig /Donna Vandenburg, MC: Silas Ward, Host Drums: Thunder Nation. Arena Director: Logan Steele. Vendor Information: Only 20 spaces available, By Invitation!!!

Brian F. Darst @ 740-874-9037

americannative1968@yahoo.com

 

August 12 - 13, 2006
Mother Earths Creations LLC
2145 Route 16, Ossipee, NH. 3886

Head man: Spirit Eagle / Smiles Alot, MC: Gary Martischnig, Host Drums: Medicine Bear, Arena Director: Smiles Alot. For information please contact Henry Gelinas or Gary Martischnig @ 603-323-8181
spiriteagle@motherearthscreation.com

http://www.motherearthscreation.com

 

August 12 - 13, 2006
Chikamaka-Cherokee Festival: Come Home to the Mountain
Grundy County Fair Grounds, Tracy City, TN
This Festival is a reminiscent of those the Eastern Indians had before being moved west. There will be multiple activites including singing, dancing, drums, blow-gun contests, flute playing hatchet throwing and much more.  Directions: Take Exit 135 off I-24 in Monteagle
Turn Toward Monteagle (from I24 West Bound Turn Right, From I24 East Bound Turn Left) Proceed on Main Street to US Hwy 41 (TN 56) toward Tracy City, TN. Turn Right Proceed on US Hwy 41 (TN 56) to 3rd Street (This is next to the Sequachee Valley Electric Co-op Building) Turn Right on 3rd Street Turn right on Marion Street. The fairground is in the next block.   Contact James E Meeks, P.O. Box 998, Tracy City, TN. 37387   chikamaka@winx.net
 

August 12 - 13, 2006

Red Hawks Gathered Nations Pow Wow
American Legion Grounds, King, NC.  27021
MC: Sam Beeler, Host Drums: Iroquois Thunderheart. Arena Director: Frank White Eagle Shaffer.  Contest Info: fancy and traditional dance. Best tipi contest. Everyone is welcome to bring his / her tipi to be set up and entered into best tipi contest. A cash prize will be awarded to 1st and 2nd place winners. Each tipi and its creator is unique and will be respected.  This Pow Wow is for Native Unity and Community Awareness. Our main focus / goals are to educate the public in effort to help break away from stereo-typing and racism and give back to our communities. We will be accepting donations for the care of our Native elders, the education of our Native youth, Native communities in need etc.{ If you  know of a family or organization in need please feel free to contact us.} Trailer slips are available for non-vendors. Camper/trailer slips include water, sewer, electric hook-up. $25.00 for the weekend. So, Bring Your Friends.  We also have access to hotel rooms at a discounted rate of  $39.99 per night. To reserve trailer slip or hotel rooms please contact us in advance. Vendor fee is $ 40.00 for weekend. select vending spaces available. Electric and water hook ups are supplied. Vendors are welcome to arrive anytime friday August 11th.Vendors please have your areas set up by 8:oo am August 12th. Drugs and alcohol are prohibited within American Legion Grounds. Each vendor is responsible for his / her own merchandise.  Contact Lance Red Hawk or Dawn Marie @ 336-995-1071  gegahgaytowodi@yahoo.com
 
August 12 - 13, 2006
Honouring the Water
260 Colborne Street, London, Ontario.
Headman: Russell Blackbird, Headlady, Lisa Hill, MC: Gerard Sagassige, Host Drums: Beh-SkaaBii, Other Drums: Eagle Flight Singers, MorningStar River, Snake Island Singers.  Arena Director: Myeengun Henry.  Contact Yvonne Antone or Brian Hill @ 519-672-0131  powwow@namerind.on.ca   http://www.namerind.on.ca/pages/events.htm
 
 
August 12 - 13, 2006
15th Annual Odawa Homecoming Pow Wow
7500 Odawa Circle, Harbor Springs, MI. 49740
Headman & Headlady chosen Daily, Host Drums: Kingbird, Arena Director: Steven Oldman, Sr.  Contest Info: Drum Contest: 1st Place - $3,000 2nd Place - $2,000 3rd Place - $1,500 4th Place - $1,000 First 6 non-placing registered drums will receive honorarium. Golden Age 50 & Up 1st - $550 2nd - $400 3rd - $300 Adults 18-49 1st - $550 2nd - $400 3rd - $300 4th - $200 Teens 13 –17 1st - $250 2nd - $200 3rd - $150 Juniors 6-12 1st - $150 2nd - $100 3rd - $75 Registration: Friday, August 12th, 2006 5pm - 8pm Saturday, August 13th, 2006 10am -12:30pm Registration fee $5 per dancer/singer Tiny Tots do not need to register.  Vendors Contact Marci Reyes @ 231-838-4172, Others Contact Tina Sutton or Regina Gasco @ 231-242-1400  TSutton@ltbbodawa-nsn.gov    RGasco@ltbbodawa-ns
 

August 12 - 13, 2006

Mendota Mdewakanton Pow Wow
1351 Sibley Memorial Hwy., Mendota, MN., 55150
Headman: Wally Ripplinger, Headlady:  Beverly Scott, MC: Mitch Walking Elk, Host Drums: Thunder Nation, Arena Director: Windy Donwwind.  For information contact Sharon, Mike Tiffany @ 651-452-4141  kangi42159@aol.com    http://www.mendotadakota.org
 
August 13, 2006
Honor Gourd Dance for Cheryl Neskahi Coan
Collins Residence, Ivanbito, NM.,
MC: Bill Manus, Host Drums: Long Walk Decendents, Micheal Coan, Head Gourd Dancer: Larry Anderson.  Inviting all family, friends, singers, dancers, and royalty to this special honoring! Please bring your own canopy, tarps, chairs, and tables!  Vendors, Arts & Crafts: $20. + raffle donation. Concession/Food Booth: $20.  All donations Accepted and Appreciated.  For information contact Erin Lopez @
 
August 17 - 20, 2006
Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Pow Wow
202 Frontage Road, New Town, ND.  58763
Contest Information: Over $100,00 in payouts. Drums Split $25,000.  Mens 18yrs & Older, Traditional, Grass, Fancy.  Womens 18yrs. & Older, Traditional, Jingle, Fancy. Teen Boys 13 - 17,Traditional, Grass, Fancy. Teen Girls, 13 -17, Traditional, Jingle, Fancy.  JR. Boys, 7 - 12, Traditional, Grass, Fancy. JR. Girls, 7 - 12,Traditional, Jingle, Fancy. Specials, Men Chicken Dance, Womens Old Time Shawl Dance, Mens Crow Style.  Men and & Women Golden Age %% and Older.  Contact Dakota Heart @ 1-800-294-5454. Other Contact, 701-627-2870

 

August 18 - 19,  2006
Valdez Intertribal Gathering
P.O. Box 1603, Valdez, AK., 99686
MC: William Jackson, Host Drums: Sleeping Lady.  There are a number of drum groups as well as traditional Alaska Native dance groups that will be in attendance.  Camping is available. For more Info contact Chugachmuite Native Org. @ 1-800-478-4155, or go to the intertribal information table at the powwow.  Vendors please contact Matt Sena @ 1-800-478-4155.  Other Info contact Tanya Beatus @ 907-978-8079  tbeatus@gmail.com

 

August 18 - 20, 2006

8th Native Amer. Assoc. of West Valley Festival Pow Wow

Granger Park, 3600 West 3500 South; West Valley City, UT

“Sacred Mother Earth”  (6 miles southwest of downtown Salt Lake)
Host Drum: All Drums Invited; Master of Ceremonies: David Brown Eagle, Spokane, WA; Arena Director: Alex O. Shepherd, Cedar City, Utah; Spiritual Leaders; Robert Taylor Sr., Kearns, UT, Head Judge: Rios Pacheco, Brigham City, Utah.  Everyone Welcome.  Drummers & public bring your own chairs. No camping available. Discussions of instructions the people receive through the legends, ceremonial rites, song, and prayers about life and anything that  have to do with man’s existence on earth. Traditions and ceremonies exist to help us understand that people and all the creation are interconnected.  Lucille Hunt of Blanding, Utah: My Grandmother’s Teachings: Wonderful teacher & storyteller of creation stories, Navajo way of planting crops, singing cradle board lullabies, making mud toys, and cooking blue corn mush, as well as the skills to survive off the land.  Admission: $4.00 Daily fee.  Children 6 years and under, Seniors 62 years and over -- Free.  Dancers and Drummers: $5.00 Registration fee, covers all 3 days.  Registration closes on Saturday at 1:00pm. Drum day pay is $50.00 per session to first 7 registered drums who don’t place or participate in the drum contest.  Drums must be setup, registered and be present for drum row call to quality for payment. 
Harry James Sr  801-955-1089
P. O. Box 701778, West Valley City, Utah  84170-1778
harryjamessr@hotmail.com

Chrishel James, (801) 955-1089 - Weekends
 

August 18 - 20, 2006
Southwest Intertribal Club Annual Pow-Wow for MDA
Comanche Complex Gym Comanche Nation Lawton, Ok 73501
 Vendors Welcome
Jarvis 580-246-8240 jpoahway@yahoo.com
 
August 18 - 20, 2006
Red Nation of the Cherokee 1st WV Intertribal Pow Wow

Huntington Police Farm, Wayne WV 25570
HD: Mother Earth Beat. Vendor fees: $40.00 per space - vendors with tipis 1/2 off. All dancers welcome.
Morning Rain 304-272-5722,  morningrain@frontiernet.net

 

August 18 - 20, 2006
8th Native American of West Valley Festival Contest Powwow
3550 South 3600 West, West Valley City, UT. 84119

MC: David BrownEagle, Arena Director: Alex O. Sheperd. Vendor information (limited vendor space): Chrishel James, Others Contact Harry James Sr. @ 801-955-1089 harryjamessr@hotmail.com

 
August 18 - 20, 2006
Ochapowace First Nation
Box 550, Whitewood, SAS.
Headman: Ernest C. George, Headlady: Audrey Isaac, MC: Howie Thompson, Host Drums: Crooked Lake Agency Singers, Other Drums: Crooked Lake Agency Singers 1, Arena Director: Joey Bear & Dennis Morrison Jr.  (Beamer)  Contest Info:  Adults Age(19-54) & Golden Age(55+) Categories: 1st Place $1000.00 plus Jacket 2nd Place $800.00 3rd Place $600.00 4th Place $400.00 Teens ages(13-18) Categories: 1st Place $400.00 plus Jacket 2nd Place $300.00 3rd Place $200.00 4th Place $100.00 Jr.'s ages(6-12) Categories: 1st Place $200.00 2nd Place $150.00 3rd Place $100.00 4th Place $75.00 Tiny Tots 5 and under payed daily.  For Information contact
Audrey Isaac @ 306-696-3557.
 
August 18 - 20, 2006
Sacred Mother Earth
Granger Park, 3500 So. 3600th West, West Valley City, UT.,
MC: David BrownEagle, Other Drums: Woodstock Singers, Performer: The Nahui Ollin, Nahuatl - Aztec/Mexika Dance Group F, Arena Director: Alex O. Shepherd.  Contest Info: DANCERS and DRUMMERS $5.00 registration fee will cover all 3 days of powwow. Registration closes Saturday, 1 PM. The drum day pay id $50.00 per session to first 7 registered drums who don't place or participate in the drum contest. Drums must be setup, registered and be present for drum roll call to qualify for paymentContestants may be asked for a CIB (certificate of Indian Blood) to contest dance and contest drum. All drums invited.  Vendors contact Chrishel James @ 801-955-1089. For other info contact Harry James Sr. @ 801-955-1089  harryjamessr@hotmail.com
 
August 18 - 20, 2006
88th Annual Crow Fair Celebration
Off Hwy. I-90, Crow Agency, MT., 59022
Headlady: Teri Lea McCormick, Miss Crow Nation, 2006, MC: Robert, Host Drums: Mighty Few Singers, and Nighthawk Jrs. Performer: SummerBear Dance Troupe.  Arena Director: Henry Reed, Hartford Bear Claw, Desmond Rides Horse, and Dustin Whitford.  Contest Info:  Over $83,000 CASH PRIZES Trophy Jackets to ALL Adult Category Winners! Specials: 2006 Miss Crow Nation, Teri Lea McCormick. Special. 17 & Older Jingle $1500 Purse 1-4 places and 3 consolation winners, champion also recieves Pendelton Jacket, other places recieve jackets Jr. Girls Traditional Special Given By:Alyssa Big Man Jr. Miss Crow Nation Door Way Singing & Push Dance Contest Given By:Carolann Jefferson Blacklodge Princess and Orlando Birdinground Valley of the Chiefs Princess All Other Specials-TBA.  Vendors Contact any of these people for vending: Dean & Tina Pretty On Top-406.620.1368 George Reed-406.638.3774 Robert "Corky" Old Horn-406.638.3868.  For information contact  Albert Gros-Ventre Sr. @ 406-638-3778
 
August 18 - 20, 2006
Grand Ronde Contest Powwow
Powwow Grounds, Grand Ronde, OR.
MC: Thomas Morning Owl, Host Drums: Blackstone, Blacklodge, & Perfect Storm.  Arena Director: Fred Ike Jr.  Contest Info:Golden Age - 1st/$1,000, 2nd/$800, 3rd/$500, 4th/$300 Adults - Fancy, Jingle, Grass, Traditional - 1st/$1,000, 2nd/$800, 3rd/$500, 4th/$300 Teens - Fancy, Jingle, Grass, Traditional - 1st/$700, 2nd/$500, 3rd/$300, 4th/
$100 Boys/Girls - 1st/$100, 2nd/$75, 3rd/$50, 4th/$25.  Vendor contact  1-800-422-0232.  For other info contact Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde @ 1-800-422-0232  spiritmountain.com     http://grandronde.org

 

August 18 -  20, 20006 
Kehewin Cree Nation Pow-wow
Box 220 Keehwin, Alberta. TOA-ICO
contact persons Shannon Hambley(780) 826-3333 Cindy Gadwa(780) 826-3333  

 

August 18 - 26, 2006
Wilson County Fair & 7th Annual Pow Wow
Wilson County Fair Grounds, Lebanon, TN.

Wilson County Fair Board invites you to participate in the 7th annual event in Lebanon, Tn. On August 18-26, 2006 at the Wilson County Fair Grounds. This event is in unison with the county fair and we are considered an exhibition to teach and show the public our Native American culture and heritage. All Dancers, Drums, Native American Demonstrators, StoryTellers are welcome. Vendors Welcome. Please contact Tonja Rook @ 615-758-4899 soaringhawktrade@aol.com

http://www.wilsoncounty.com/fair/index.htm

 

August 19 - 20, 2006

50th Annual O-Sa-Wan

Belvidere, IL

Northern & Southern Drums. Gourd Dancing Tipi Camping Free Dancer Raffle Children's Raffles Free Meal for Participants Auction Craft Contest Traders.  

Dan Pierson.  815-735-5666. pierson@mascoutin.com

www.mascoutin.com

 

August 19 - 20, 2006
Red Hawk American Indian Cultural Society 10th Powwow
Willow Ranch, South Hubbard Rd., just off Rt. 422, Coitsville Township, Ohio.
Head Man Dancer - Blaine Tallchief, Head Lady Dancer - Sarah Tallchief, Head Veteran Dancer - Dick Kane, Host Drum, Dird Chopper, Second Drum, Spirit Eagle, MC, Rick Bird, Arena Director, Ross Davidson, Story Teller, Dolores Santha, Flute Player, Jeff Spencer,  Public is welcome, bring your lawn chairs, or blankets/ umbrellas....Rain or Shine.  Native American Dancing,, 7th year competition. Dancer registration is $5.00.  Food, Crafts, Jewely, Faffles, Onpy Rides, Native Games, Special Displays - Basket Making, Tipis, Wigwam and Hogan. Archery, Atlatl and Spear Throwing Demos, Flintknapping Demos.  Vendors and Drums by invitation Only.  No Sacred Items may be sold.  Drugs, alcohol or firearms are Not Permitted on Powwow Grounds,  Not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged articles. Pets Must be on a leash, Owner fully responsible and liable for any incidents. Host Motel: Quality Inn, 4055 Belmont Ave. Youngstown, Ohio, 44505   330-759-3180  For Vendor and all other information, please contact Nancy Bottiglieri @ 330-889-3756 or 330-847-8853  WhBuffaloEagle@aol.com

  

August 19 - 20, 2006
5th New Day Sobriety Powwow
Ojibwa Camp Grounds, US 41, Baraga, MI. 49908

Headman: Lester Drift, Headlady: Melissa McGeshik, MC: George Madosh, Host Drums: Sons of the Three-Fires, Other Drums: Four Thunders, Tree Town. Arena Director: R. D. Curtis. Contact Paul Halverson @ 906-524-4411 ndtcph@up.net

August 19 - 20, 2006
Daniel Nimham Pow wow
Gipsy Trail Rd., Kent, NY. 10512

Headlady: Geri White, MC: Gil Cryinghawk Tarbox, Host Drums: Nimham Mountain Singers. Arena Director: Gil Cryinghawk Tarbox.Free parking. We try to give day money to dancers. We feed every one Saturday night. All drums are welcome. We have 34 regular vendors, but if you wish to go on the waiting list please contact Gil Cryinghawl Tarbox @ 845-225-8154 http://nimham.com

August 19 - 20, 2006
American Indian Council 24th Traditional Pow Wow

1300 E. 100 S., Lebanon, IN. 46052

MC: LeRoy Malaterre. Camping, (per night) $5.00 per tent, $10.00 per tent with electric, RV's, Campers, anything on wheels, $15.00 20th Annual Memorial John Deer Craft Contest. No pets by orders of the grounds, no drugs or alcohol, Traders by invitation only, No outside raffle, No politics-just fun! Contact Mary Lemen @ 317-345-9676 aicindiana@yahoo.com

 

August 19 - 20, 2006
Mohegan Wigwam Pow wow
Fort Shantok Rd., Uncasville, CT. 6382

Headman: Jules Strongbow, Headlady: Autaquay Peters, MC: Marvin J. Many Horses Burnette, Host Drums: Mystic River Singer, Other Drums: Snake Island Singers, SilverCloud Singers, Quabbin Lake Singers (youth drum), Rezdogs, Young Gun Singers, Cozad Dingers. Arena Director: Tyson Merrick. Performers: Drew Lacapa, Native Comedian. Intuit Throat Singers Javier Alarcon. Aztec Fire Dancer Joseph Firecrow., Flutist Jim Bruchac, Storyteller Bette-Jean Corderre. Contest Info: Golden Age Women, Eastern Blanket, Triditional, Men, Easten War, Traditional...Senior Men, Eastern War, Northern Traditional, Southern Straight, Fancy, Grass.. Senior Women, Eastern Blanket, Northern Traditional, Southern Traditional, Fancy Shawl, Jingle.. Teen Men, Eastern War, Traditional, Fancy, Grass.. Teen Women, Eastern Blanket, Traditional, Fancy, Jingle.Bo Boys, Eastern War, Traditional, Fancy, Grass.. Girls, Traditional, Fancy, Jingle. Registration Friday 12-5 & Saturday 9-2 Grand Entrys: Sat. & Sun at noon *Hand Drum Contest *Smoke Dance Special. Contact 1-800- Mohegan 860-862-6277

 

August 19 - 20, 2006
Fort Randolph
Krodel Park, Fort Randolph, Pt. Pleasant, OH.
Headlady: Jennifer Kanama Vance, MC: Danny Two Eagles, Host Drums: Spirit Circle Drum.There is no admision to this event. There will be No Alcohol, Attitudes or Firearms. For information contact Terri Ariyan @ 304-417-0848
August 19 - 20, 2006
26th Aniversary Roasting Ears of Corn Festival
2825 Fish Hatchery Rd., Allentown, PA., 18103
Headman: Delwin Fiddler, Headlady: Vaughnda Hilton, MC: Wayne Cave, Host Drums: Black Horse Butte Singers, Other Drums: Iron Feather, Baker Family Singers. Performer: Aztec Fire Dancers - Salinas Family, Arena Director: Ernie Strongbear.  For information contact Pat Rivera @ 610-797-2121 info@museumofindianculture.org
 
August 19 - 20, 2006
Black River Gathering & Historical Encampment
5299 N. River Rd., Clyde, MI., 48049
Headman: Richard Jackson, Headlady: Michelle Reyna & SusanHyatt, MC:Phillip Membarto, Host Drums: Wiigash, Arena Director: Jerry Ransey.  This event is open to the Public. Rustic Camping is available to dancers, vendors, drums and performers. Parking is $5 per vehicle.  This is a traditional Pow Wow.  Also for your viewing will be 1750 Re-enactments. www.blackriverpowwow.comVendors, and general information contact Joan Jacobs @ 810-982-3861  tepkeah@sbcglobal.net     http://www.blackriverpowwow.com
 

August 19 - 20, 2006

Birch Island Annual Powwow Gathering
Sunshine Alley, Birch Island, Ontario
MC: Dan Fox, Host Drums: Lone Creek, Arena Director: Greg Sutherland.  Rough camping available, Miss Waawaskinaga Pageant.
For information contact Violet McGregor @ 705-285-4321  http://whitefishriver.ca
 

August 24 - 27, 2006

Schemitzun 2006
39 Norwich-Westerly Rd., Mashantucket, CT., 6338
For Information contact Schemitzun @ 800-224-CORN  http://www.schemitzun.com

August 24 - 27, 2006

130th Annual Ponca Powwow
20 White Eagle Drive, Ponca City, OK.  74601
Contact Paula Mendoza @ 580-762-8104  Poncapowwow@hotmail.com
 

August 25 - 26, 2006

Central Navajo Nation Fair Pow-wow
U.S. Hwy 191, Chinle, AZ., 86503
Headman: Alberto Begay, Headlady: Lena Yellowhair, MC: Leonard Anthony, Host Drums: Thunderhouse Singers, Head Gourd Dancer: Glen E. Stoner, Arena Director: Terry Johnson.  Contest Info:
contest in all categories: Men's, Women's, golden age, teen's, jr's. Special contest in Men's Grass, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places: Sponsored by the Yellowhair Family Special tiny tot boy's and girl's contest, Cash Prizes and gifts:  Camping is available.  For vendor and other info Contact Rudy Yellowhair, Sr. @ 982-674-8431  hcyellowhair@yahoo.com

 

August 25 - 27, 2006
130th Annual Rosebud Fair
BIA Hwy., 1, Rosebud, SD., 57570
Headman: Stephan Horse Looking, Sr., Headlady: Della Spotted Tail, MC: Jim Clairmont & Everett, Arena Director: Royal Yellow Hawk. Contest Info:  Contest begins Friday evening; points may be given during intertribal dancing and for participation in the parade and the Road Run/Walk held at 7:30 A.M. on Saturday.  $23,000 Drum Split.
For information contact Hattie Dunham @ 605-208-6444

 

August 25 - 27, 2006

14th Annual Spirit of Wovoka Days Powwow

Joe Parr Sports Complex, Yerington, NV 

Competiton powwow, Jrs., Teens, Adults, Golden Age Hand Drum Contest.  "Special contest-men & women" TBA.  Arts & Craft Booths $150/weekend; Food & Drink $250/weekend
Dry Camping allowed.

Debra Keats
P.O. Box 719, 193 Nobe Street, Yerington, NV 89447
775-463-2350
dkeats@masonvalleynews.com

 

August 25 - 27, 2006
Spruce Pine Pow-wow

South On Hwy 226. 2 Miles N. Blue Ridge Parkway Behind The Music And Pawn Shop,  Spruce Pine, NC  28777

Come and experience a competition Pow-Wow. $10,000.00 prize money for dance, drum, and lodge competition and luck of the draw dance money.  After hours activities include trade blanket Friday and Saturday night and possibly a Stomp Dance and 49’er. Regular activities include 50/50 raffles, large item raffles, and door prize drawings. Continuous entertainment: Story telling, flute playing, and singing by NAMMY (Native American Music Award) winners. Competition dancing and drumming on Saturday and Sunday. Lodge competition all weekend. Come and enjoy!! Bring lawn chairs. Native food is on the menu. Come hungry. Admission is by donation.   Mable Benjamin  813-765-3073

Blue Ridge Intertribal Pow-Wow Association. 114 Oak Ave., Spruce Pine N.C. 28777-2720  gcecil@tampabay.rr.com

 

August 25 - 27, 2006
Fort Yargo Park Intertribal Powwow
Fort Yargo State Park, Winder, GA.
Headman: John Wakinyan, Headlady: Wihuna "Fire" Joyner, Head Veteran: Jerry Smitty Smith, Head Lady Verteran: Running Wolf, MC: Gary Smith, Host Drums: Redemption, Arena Director: Thunder Rider. Guest Drums and Dancers Welcome. Native American foods and arts and craftseducation programs.  Special Guest: Recording Artist Charlie Wayne, Traditional Cherokee Blanket Ceremony, Special performance by Aztec Dancers. Drumming, Dancing, Flutist, Demonstrators, Vendors and Food.  Bring Your Own Lawn Chairs. Primative camping available for  dancers and vendors.  For vendor and other information contact Fire @ 678-840-5383 or Larry @ 678-437-9020  No Drugs, Alcohol, or Firearms, No Politics, or Attitudes.

 

August 25 - 27, 2006
Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri
Sac & Fox Casino, Powhattan, KS.
Headman: Pat Moore, Headlady: Hattie Whitebreast, MC: Dean Whitebreast, Arena Director: Rick Grant.  Contact Deanne Bahr @ 785-742-7471  deannbahr@yahoo.com   http://www.sacfoxnation.org

 

August 25 - 27, 2006
Baltimore American Indian Center Powwow
400 South Linwood Ave./Easter Ave., Baltimore, MD.  21224
Headman & Headlady Chosen Daily, MC: Keith Colston, Arena Director: Jay Hill.  Contest Info: 14,000 in prize money/dance/drum competition. registration fee for dancers/drumers $10.00 entrance fee $5.00 for adults/$3.00 for children 6-12 children under 6 are free. hotel information provided on webpage. Contact Jovina @ 410-675-3535
 
August 25 - 27, 2006
3rd Annual Ute Mountain Casino Hotel & Resort Cont
51 Weeminuche Drive, Towaoc, CO.  81334
Headman: Chosen Daily, Headlady: Tribal Royality, MC: Jerry Dearly, Host Drums: Midnite Express, Other Drums: Southern Boyz,  Arena Director: Harold Cuthair. Head Gourd Dancer: Lewis Cozad.   Contest Info: Men & Women Golden Age, Adult, Men & Women, Teen Boys & Girls, Jr. Boys & Girls, Mens Southern Fancy Special. Drum Contest, No/So. Combined. Handgame tournament will also be held.  Vendors Contact Angelene Tsosie @ sosie@utemountaincasino.com, others contact  Alfreda Wall @ 970-565-8800 awall@utemountaincasino.com   http://utemountaincasino.com
 
August 25 - 27, 2006
Gathering of Nations of Georgia Powwow
210 S. Broad St., Winder, GA.  30680
Headman: Grandfather Gary Redwolf, Headlady: Wihuna "Fire" Joyner,MC: Gary Smith, Host Drums: Redemption, Arena Director: Thunder Rider,  Head Veteran: Smitty Smith, Head Lady Veteran: T. Running Wolf.  All Guest Drums Welcome.  Special performances by Aztec Dancers and Flutist Charlie Wayne and Dana Ross.  Primitive Camping available for dancers and vendors.  Bring your lawn chair and spend the day.  Drumming, dancing, flutist, demonstrators, vendors and food.  No politics, No weapons, No drugs, No alcohol, No attitudes!  Vendors contact Tachee Joyner @ 678-840-5383  or
678-772-6870, others contact  Wisdom Bear @ 678-437-9020
 
August 25 - 27, 2006
17th Annual Spokane Falls Northwest Indian Encampment&Powwow
Washington & Spokane Falls Blvd., Spkane, WA.  99201
MC: Dave Brown Eagle, Cliff Sijohn, Francis Cullooyah, and Roy Redthunder. Contest Info: Contests in all categories; tiny tots paid each session; George Flett Prairie Chicken Dance Special; first 12 drums paid, drummers bring your own chairs, PA provided by Gabby Corral, Sr.  Powwow held at Riverfront Park; the park will charge a parking fee for daily or weekend passes; camping space available; showers available for a fee at YMCA; dance registration fee.  Vendors
call Chepa Knows His Gun @ (509) 998-0184 or Sharon Ortiz @ (509) 568-3201. Vendor space limited, must have tribal ID.  Others contact Sonny Quinto @ 509-998-7311  quinsfcc@yahoo.com
 

August 25 - 27, 2006

82nd Annual Makah Days

P.O. Box 115, Neah Bay, WA.  98357

$10.00 Visitors Fee charged for a yearly pass to the Reservation.  Several camping sites available, in town and at nearby beaches.  Tribally owned camping sites are Hoebuck Beach Campgrounds.  Vendors must provide own tables and covers and power source. Spaces are 10'X10' on the main street in Neah Bay. We have over 60 Vendors from Canada and the United States selling all types of Native products.  Contact Nan Taylor @ 360-645-2201  makahdayvendors@yahoo.com    http://makah.com

 

August 25 - 27, 2006
44th Annual Summer Powwow
33301 E. AA Hwy., Grain Valley, MO.
Headman: Garrett Couch, Headlady: Leslie Hoffman, MC: Steve Kinder, Host drums: Standing Eagle, Arena Director: Ed Smith. Free admission, day money for registered dancers.  For information contact Dick Porch @ 913-888-1563  council@kc-icmn.org
http://www.kc-icmn.org/6955/12469.html
 

August 25 - 27, 2006

The Klamath Tribes Restoration Celebration
300 Elm Street, Chiloquin, OR., 97624
Contest dancing, All catagories.  Vendor registration required, contact Dennis Sigo @ 541-882-1487 - Ext. 270.  jCamping, showers, parking, food vendors welcome. All events open to the public and are drug and alcohol free.  For information contact Coke Crume @ 541-882-7248, or Joni Townsend @ 541-882-1487

 

August 25 - 27, 2006

6th Annual Alex Michael Memorial Pow Wow

P.O. Box 365, Whycocomagh, NSa.

Headman: Mr. Emele Marshall, MC: Mike Douchette. Arena Director: John Googoo.   Vendor Info:  Total cost of the weekend, for the food for electricity booths $50 and for non electric booths vendors is $50, $25. Please note: we do accept donations of similar amount to go towards the give away on Sunday. Your Contact when you come: Bernice Googoo.  Norma Gould @ 902-756-2748  NormaGould@waycobah.ca   http://wekoqmaqalexmichaelmemorialpowwow.piczo.com

 

August 25 - 27, 2006

Ocean Man First Nation
Box 157, Stoughton, SAS.
MC: Ocean Man First Nation.  For information contact Connie Big Eagle @ 306-457-2679.  Specials to be announced at the powwow.

 

August 26, 2006  9am to 6pm

InterTribal Youth Powwow

26th and Lowell Blvd., Denver, CO

Brown School has the highest enrollment of Native American Children in the city of Denver. Because Denver was host to the Indegenous Games and athletes/medalists live in the Denver/Metro area, we are honoring our Native Athletes and Youth at this first Annual Powwow. It is also a fundraiser for Red Spirit Women's Alliance, Inc. a non-profit corporation formed to educate native women and their families.

Marjorie Lidalda, 4241 West 37th Avenue, Denver, CO  80212
[303] 570-7482
redspiritwomen@peoplepc.com

August 26, 2006
Surprise 50th Wedding Anniversary Pow-Wow
New Super 8 Motel, East Central College, 1015 East Main, Union, MO., 63084
Headman: Preston Tone-pah-hote, Headlady: Tonya Blackowl Moore,
MC: Hammond Motah, Head Singer: Frank Tongkeamha, Arena Director: John White Antelope.  Vendor spots are still available, for all information contact Kathy Dickerson @ 314-283-7763 

 

August 26, 2006
2006 Childrens Pow Wow
5605 East 90 Rd., Miami, OK., 74355
Headman: Kevin Harlan, Headlady: Anna Mckibben, MC: David Tyner, Host Drums: Damian Blackfox, Arena Director: Robbie & Dude Blalock.  Gourd Clan: Richard White. Free vendor space for all.  For information contact Tena Booth @ 918-542-2441  shawneetribe@neok.com    www.shawnee-tribe.org

 

August 26 - 27, 2006
Mississaugas Of The New Credit 20th Three Fires Homecoming And Traditional Gathering
New Credit Indian Reserve RR 6# Hagersville, Ontario Blue number # 2789
Cultural Coordinator: 905-768-5686  or Carolyn King: 905-768-5147 www.newcreditpowwow.com

 

August 26 - 27, 2006

Native American Arts and Crafts Fair

Macclenny, FL

MC: John Ferguson; Drum: The Descendants; Singing: Crystal Woman; Flute Playing: Jamie Nemeth; Story Telling: Crystal Woman. Guest Drum: Thunder Women;

Jimmy Carter
1454 Long Horn Rd, Middleburg, FL  32068
904-291-4296
oneheartnation@hotmail.com

 

August 26 - 27, 2006
13th Potawatomi Trails Traditional/Social Powwow
Siloh Park, Zion, IL., 60099
Headman: Billy Ray Daniels, Headlady: Norma Robertson, MC: Dan King, Host Drums: The Bucks, Arena Director: Nate Gilpin.  Camping available on the grounds for participants only. For information contact Bill Brown @ 847-746-5797  wlb99@core.com   http://www.goflo.com/powwow

 

August 26 - 27, 2006
Region of the Mound Builders
Peters Park, on Cherry Balley Rd., Newark, OH., 43055
Headman: Jamie K. Oxendine, Headlady: Beth Sanchez, MC: Ross Davidson. Head Vet. Hoka Host Drums: Thunder Nation, Co Host Drums: Red Bird Singers, Invited Drums: Morning Star, Arena Director: Tommy Soft Shell. All Drums and Dancers are welcome. For information contact Chanda Mays @ 740-328-8682  blanketrade@alltel.net    http://www.blanketrade.com
 

August 26 - 27, 2006

6th Annual Pow Wow Santa Rosa Days Gathering
Corner of 16th Ave., and Jersey, Lemoore, CA., 93245
Headman: Albino Garcia, Headlady: Shawnee Bear-Mccloud, MC: Tom Phillips, Host Drums: Red Hoop, Arena Director: Art Martinez.  Free Admission; Saturday free community dinner and games in the park.  For information contact Theresa Sam @ 559-925-2945
 
August 26 - 27, 2006
9th Annual Rapid River Traditional Anishnabeg Pow-Wow
Hiawatha National Forest, Rapid River, MI., 49878
Headman: Anthony Davis, Sr., Headlady: Judy Corp St. Arnold, MC: Dutch Elliott, Host Drums: Hanapowe Singers, Arena Director: George Anziano.  Free admission, all are welcome.   Alcohol and substance-free event.  For information contact  Larry or Mary Godfrey @ 906-428-4622
 

August 25 - 27, 2006

Sauk-Suiattle Pow-Wow
Blue Grass Grounds S.R. 530 Darrington, WA.  98241
For further information please contact Barb Ross @ 360-436-1400 or 360-426-1124  powwow@sauk-suiattle.com   http://sauk-suiattle.com

August 31 - September 3, 2006

Metis Celebration & PowWow
Central Montana Fair Grounds, Lewistown, MT., 59457
Contest info: There will be cash prizes for all catagories. Tiny tots and Ladies Traditional sponsored in memory of Jose Taffola & Rose Ferguson Taffola. There also will be a parade and wellness walk, sponsored by Little Shell Tabacco Abuse Prevention Program. Prizes for all catagories in parade. There will be a pre 70s music contest, with cash prizes for 1,2,3rd place winners, sponsorewd by the Lafountain family. We are also putting together a fiddling contest with cash prizes. There will be a Waltz and Jig contest with cash prizes.  There is RV and tent spaces available. There is a $10.00 a day charge for electric hookup. Tent spaces free. Contact Donna (406-452-2812). There are also showers available at no charge. Free admission to all events. There will be a Metis Encampment, hatchet throw, Archery shootand other games. The Falcon Family is sponsoring a Liars contest. There also will be Metis speakers sponsored by Terry Luff. We will be having a free feed on Saturday. There will be a live auction on Friday evening. If you would like to donate items bring them to the fairgrounds.  Vendor information: Spaces available for food and craft vendors, contact Donna Walraven @ 406-452-2812. We also have a full service kitchen for rent.  For information contact Johnny LaFountain, 406-252-3235.

August 31 - September 4, 2006

Northeast Florida Labor Day Weekend Powwow
Flying Eagle Clan, Flying Eagle Promotions, 69 So. Copeland St., suite 25, Jacksonville, FL. 32204
Camping Sites available – RV and Campers welcomed. No facilities
and electric is limited, prepared to be self sufficient. Pow Wow will be on a ten-acre track of land with ample parking. Venders by Invite.

Powwow Director - Flying Eagle Painter, Coordinator - Jerry Lang.

Pat Peterson @ 904-356-9006  PowWow@wmconnect.com

 

SEPTEMBER

September 1 - 3, 2006
16th Annual Traditional Inter-Tribal Powwow
Lake Shawnee, Tinman Circle Reynold's Lodge Topeka, KS

Host Southern Drum- Yellow Jacket Host Northern Drum- Tha Agency MC- Cy Althone, Color Guard- Haskell Color Guard, Host Gourd Society- TBA, Head Gourd Dancer- Terry Moore, Head Man Dancer- Henry Harjo, Head Lady Dancer- Jane Morris, Arena Director- Tim Robinson, Spiritual Leader- Jim McKinney, Honored Elders- TBA, Grand Entry & Social Dancing Buttons purchased in advance are $6.00 each and $8.00 each at the gate. 

Chris Wagner Mike Ballard 785-232-2726 or 785-272-5489 wagner1969@hotmail.com

 

September 1 - 3, 2006
M'Chigeeng Pow wow
Powwow Grounds, M'Chigeeng, Ontario Canada

GMewin Migwans  (705) 377-4280
gmewin@yahoo.com
 

September 1 - 3, 2006
Flying Dust Pow Wow
Meadow Lake, Cana, Saskatchew
For all information contact Judy Bear @ 306-236-2101

 

September 1 - 3, 2006
2006 Ottawa PowWow & Celebration
11400 S. 613 Rd., Miami OK., 74354
Headman: Murray Rhoades, Headlady: Tammy Lux, MC: Steve Kinder, Arena Director: Dude Blalock.  Friday Night: Stompdance, Saturday Afternoon: Gourd Dance, Sunday Morning: Indian Olympics @ 9:00am (0-12 years old);  All dancers dressed in regalia will be paid at the end of the night!!  For information contact Mariah Tyner @ 918-533-1462  martyner@hotmail.com

 

Septermber 1 - 3, 2006
Popular Indian Days
American Legion Park, Poplar, MT., 59255
MC: Charlie Moran, Host Drums: Fort Peck Sioux.  For information contact Mary Plante @ 406-768-3826

 

September 1 - 3, 2006

Nakoda Wesley Golden Leaf Classic Powwow

Chief Goodstoney Rodeo Center Morley, AB

Contest Pow-wow, for further inofrmation, call also (403) 881-0035

Krista Hunter
P.O Box 40, Morley, Alberta Canada TOL 1NO
(403) 881-2621
kristahunter@stoneynation.com
 

September 1 - 3, 2006
2006 Spirit of the North Competition Powwow
Gilbert McDonald Arena, Nelson House, Manito, Manitoba
Headman: Amos Yazzie III, Headlady: Tara Sandy, MC: Eric Robinson, Host Drums: Ironswing, Arena Director: Conrad Medicine Rope & Wilfred Abigosis.  Contest Info:  Singing Contest 1ST - $5000.00 2ND - $4000.00 3RD - $3000.00 4TH - $2000.00 5TH - $1000.00 Adult Men (chicken, fancy, grass, & traditional) Golden Age Men Combined 1ST - $1200.00 2ND - $1000.00 3RD - $800.00 4TH - $600.00 5TH - $400.00. Adult Women (fancy, jingle, & traditional) Golden Age Women combined 1st - $1200.00 2ND - $1000.00 3RD - $800.00 4TH - $600.00 5TH - $400.00.  For information contact Kevin T. Hart and Stu Francois @ 204-679-2341  spirtofthenorth@yahoo.com   http://www.ncncree.com
 
September 1 - 3, 2006
25th Annual Labor Day Weekend Stockton Pow-Wow
3601 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA., 95211
Headman: Robert Silent Thunder, Headlady: Crystal Vigil, MC: Earl R. Neconie, Host Drums: Rockin' Horse, Performer: Elias Pico, Arena Director: Larry Swimmer.  Head Teen Boy-Elias Pico (Luiseno) Head Teen Girl-Mercedes Ibarra (Apache) Head Jr. Boy-Dominic Swimmer (Lakota) Head Jr. Girl-A.D. White-Horsley (Apache) Dance Contest Overnight Camping/Showers Available Bring Your Own Chairs! Questions Call: 209-933-7425 ext.-8069 or contact Toni Eisenga 209-465-4425
 

September 1 - 4, 2006

8th Annual TWO MOON'S Memoral Pow Wow
Shartlesville Playground Park, Shartlesville, PA., 19554
Headman: Cisco Storm Tarner & Junior Headmale: Christopher, Headlady: Amy Half Moon,& Junior Headlady Ashlyn Rain Runner, MC: Quentin Bear Fuller, Host Drums: BlackHorseButte, Seven Ceders& Little Wolf Singer, Arena Director: Ernie Strong Bear.  Vendors, Drumming, Dancing, bring a chair and enjoy the day, camping near by.  For information contact Amy Half Moon @ 484-955-0910  MotherRaindrop@localnet.com
 

September 1 - 4, 2006

60th Annual Shinnecock Powwow
Tribal Powwow Grounds, Southampton, NY., 11969
Host Drums: Mystic River Singer.  For more information contact the Shinnecock Tribal Office @ 631-283-6143

 

September 2, 2006

14th Annual Ramah Navajo Fair & Rodeo
P.O. Box 10, Pine Hill, MN., 97357
Head Man: Nathan Henio, Head Lady: Claudine Morgan, MC: Daryl Shack, Southern Host Drums: Southern Mix, Northern Host Drum: Bow Guard, Arena Director: Pierre Thompson, Head Gourd Dancer: Shorty Lewis, Head Gourd Singer: Bernie Duran.  Contest Info:  Golden Age Men Men's Fancy Men's Grass Men's Northern/Southern Traditional Golden Age Women Women's Fancy Women's Jingle Women's Northern/Southern Traditional Boy's Fancy/Grass Boy's Traditional Girl's Fancy/Jingle Girl's Traditional Tiny tot's.  Ramah Navajo Fair is not responsible for theft, accidents, or low funded travelers.  This is an alcohol and drug free event.  Vendor Info: Food/Vendor Booths With Electricity per day $75.00 Entire Fair $200.00 Without Electricity per day $50.00 Entire Fair $150.00 Cash on-site of Money Orders on afirst come first serve basis: Make money orders payable to: Ramah Navajo Fair Attn: Fair Manager PO Box 10 Pine Hill, New Mexico 87357 For more information contactAlicia Jewelryman, 505-495-9399 or Vera Beaver, 505-775-4157.  For information contact Cedric Wyaco @ 505-495-9386  cedric@phwarriors.cc   http://www.phwarriors.cc
 

September 2 -3, 2006

Ardoch Algonquin First Nation Powwow
Plevna Hall, Plevna, Ontario.
Headman: Glen Marsden, Headlady: Kim Lamothe, MC: Mitch Shewell, Host Drums: Opp Drum (Zhowski Miingan), Arena Director: Brent Whetung.  For information contact David Bate @ 613-375-8345
 

September 2 - 3, 2006

Guyandotte Pow Wow
VFW Field, Guyandotte, WV.
Headlady: Jennifer Kanama Vance, MC: Danny Two Eagles, Host Drums: Spirit Circle Drum.  There is no admission to this event. There will be No Alcohol, Attitudes or Firearms at this event. Grand Entry will be at Noon on both days.  For information contact Terri Ariyan@ 304-417-0848
 
September 2 - 3, 2006
46th Annual Tecumseh Lodge Pow Wow
Highway 19 South, Tipton, Indiana
Headman: Larry Ivens, Headlady: Marci Elston, MC: Bo Limbaugh, Host Drums: Shawn Foye-Southern Drum Head Singer, Other Drums: MacKenzie River, Arena Director: Bob Bishop. Camping available on grounds.  Daily electrical fee is $10. For information contact Ray Kappmeyer @ 317-745-2858  powwow@tecumsehlodge.org
http://www.tecumsehlodge.org

 

September 2 - 3, 2006

Honoring Our Elders Traditional Pow-wow

State St. Hart, MI., 49421

Headman: Marty Wabindato, Headlady: Punkin Shananaquat, MC: Vern Ainsworth, Host Drums: Sons of the Three Fires, Arena Director: Mickey Two Eagles. Camping on fairgrounds for vendors and dancers.  Your Tent or Camper.  Vendor, and all other information contact Pat Beatty @ 231-894-8361  missbeatty@hotmail.com

September 2 - 3, 2006

Lions Club of Dixon, KY First Annual Pow Wow
Baker Park, Dixon, KY.
Headman:Barry Red Bird Brown, Headlady: Amanda Beauchamp,  MC: Ghostwalker, Host Drums: Little Red Tail, Arena Director: Little Hawk.  For information contact John Riden @ 270-823-2788, or Gary Winsted @ 270-639-5514 or 270-635-1722

September 2 - 4, 2006
2nd Annual Northeast Florida Powwow
2967 Huffman Blvd., Jacksonville, FL., 32246

Headman: Rocky Weber, Headlady: Shanan Lang Welch, MC: John Ferguson, Host Drums: Sage Creek Singers, Arena Director: David Clayton.  Camping and RV space available. Drums and Dancers are welcome. Please bring your own lawn chairs. Vendor spaces are limited. No Alcohol, Drugs, Firearms, or Politics.  For information contact Mission Harvest America, Inc. @ 904-803-9931  missionharvest@bellsouth.net

September 2 - 4, 2006
24th Annual Labor Day Weekend Powwow
4100 Columbia St., I-270 Exit 13, Hilliard, OH., 43026

Headman and Headlady choosen daily, MC: Jerry Dearly, Host Drums: Whitehawk, Arena Director: Ken Irwin, Sr.   Contest Info:   2
step contest and team dance contest, white bison meetings, and performance by Nammy Award Winning Doug Bluefeather.  Franklin County Fairground is charging for camping and electric.  For vendor and other information contact NAICCO @ 614-443-6120  naicco@aol.com

September 2 - 4, 2006
1 st. Annual York PowWow
Noonan Field, Pennsylvania Ave. / Park Street, York, PA.
Headman: Roy Dancing 2 Bears, Headlady: Teresa Running Deer, Host Drum: Iroquois Thunderheart, Invited Drum: Morning Star, (Guest Drums welcome, but must contact sponcers first)  Arena Director/Fire Keeper: Johnny Nottrobb.  Vendors must contact staff prior to set-up. All Dancer welcome - Dancers will be fed daily.  Camping available for Dancers and Vendors.  Dogs must be leashed at all times, owners are responsible for pets at all times, and must clean up after them. This is a family event,  No fFirearms, Weapons, Drugs, Alcohol, Politics or indian policing will be tolerated!  Violators will be Removed. For information contact  Brandon @ 717-600-6739 ITHDrummer1@aol.com    Littlecrowz@aol.com

September 6 - 7, 2006
1st Nations Univ. 30th Anniversary Family Fun Days
1st Nations Way, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4S 7K2
We are pleased to announce the First Nations University of Canada 30th Anniversary Family Fun Days and Corporate Gala Dinner.  The theme of out 30th Anniversary celebrations is "Honouring First Nations Knowledge, Tradition, and Academic Excellence." In celebration of the 30th Anniversary, staff, students and faculty from the three campuses will host Family Fun Days and a Corporate Gala Dinner as the attached poster. For information contact Jessica Taylor @ Tel: 306-790-5950 Ext. 3428   Fax: 306-790-5990  jtaylor@firstnationsuniversity.ca

September 7 - 10, 2006
37th Annual United Tribes International Powwow

3315 University Drive, Bismark, ND., 58504
Headman: Tommy Christian: Headlady: Harriett Good Iron, MC: Jim Clairmont, Arena Director: Tony Kills Crow. Camping is available.  For information contact Wes Long Feather @ 701-255-3285  wlongfeather@uttc.edu     http://www.unitedtribespowwow.com

September 8 - 10, 2006  CANCELLED

Regional Native Community Pow Wow on the River
Virginia Point Park, Big Sandy & Ohio River, Kenova, WV

There are 25 vending spaces available on a first come -first serve basis. Set up fee is $70.00 per space. We welcome all dancers and other drum groups may play for blanket money. The first day of the Pow Wow will be a teaching day as we will invite school children to come so we will need story tellers and some vendors who won't mind showing the children how they make their crafts. Please come join us and make this an event to be remembered  Morning Rain Danysh  304-272-5722, www.rncpowwowinfo.bravehost.com

 

September 8 - 10, 2006
17th Annual Wyandotte Powwow

County Road 137, Miami, OK.
Headman: Murray Rhoadesm, Headlady Lois Wildcat, MC: Steve Kinder, Host Drums: Sac & Fox Wildhorse, Arena Director: Dude Blalock.  Contest Info: $10,000 In Prize Money Contests in all Categories "49" Contest Reberta Kyser Women's Special Southern Buckskin Contest.Must be registered and participate in Two Grand Entries and Two Exhibitions to qualify for Contests.  Must be in Full Dress to receive Contest Monies.  All decisions by the Committee are Final! All schedules subject to change at powwow committees discretion.  Camping available.  For information contact Sherri Clemons @ 918-968-2297  sclemons@wyandottenation.org

 

September 8 - 10, 2006
Indian Summer Festival Pow-Wow
Henry Maier Festival Park,  Milwaukee, WI.

Headman and Headlady Choosen per session,  MC: Vince Beyl, Host Drums: Bear Heart Singers. Contest Info: Drum Competition: 1st: $3000 2nd: $2500 3rd: $2000 4th: $1500 5th: $1000 Sunday: Special Dances & Prize Money, TBA Senior Men-All Categories, Senior Women-All Categories: 1st: $1000 2nd: $700 3rd: $450 4th: $250 5th: $200 Adult Men's-Traditional, Grass & Fancy, Adult Women's-Traditional, Jingle & Fancy: 1st: $1000 2nd: $700 3rd: $450 4th: $250 5th: $200 Boy's-Traditional, Grass & Fancy, Girl's-Traditional, Jingle & Fancy: 1st: $250 2nd: $200 3rd: $150 4th: $100 5th: $75 Jr. Boy's-Traditional, Grass & Fancy, Jr. Girl's-Traditional,Jingle & Fancy: 1st: $100 2nd: $75 3rd: $50 4th: $25 5th: $15 Boy's Tots, Girl's Tots: Paid Exhibition on Saturday and Sunday.   For information contact Del or Diana Porter @ 414-645-6487  opichikwe@hotmail.com

 

September 8 - 10, 2006
60th Anniversary Navajo Nation Fair Contest Powwow
P.O. Box 1558, Window Rock, AZ., 86515
Headman: Randall Paskemin, Headlady: Tiffany Paskemin: MC: Dale Oldhorn, Host Drums: Thunder Hill, Other Drums: Buffalo Horse Singers, Invited Canadian Drum: War Scouts Singers,  Arena Director: Darryl Goodwill. Head judge: Lee Williams, Head Gourd Dancer: Duane Harrie, 2005-06 Princess: Karni Gayle Boyd. Contest Info: Golden Age Men & Golden Age Women Adult Men: Northern Traditional, Southern Straight, Fancy, Grass, and Chicken Dance Adult Women: Jinge Dress, Fancy, Northern Traditional, and Southern Traditional Teen Boy's: Traditional, Fancy & Grass Teen Girl's: Traditional, Fancy & Jingle Junior Boy's: Traditional, Fancy & Grass Teen Girl's: Traditional, Fancy & Jingle Drum Contest: Northern and Southern Separate.  Vendors must contact Navajo Nation Fair Office... (928) 871-6478. Powwow Committee does NOT take vendor applications. For other info contact Cletis & Kay Mark @ 505-327-2920  http://www.navajonationfair.com

 

September 8 - 10, 2006
Great North Winds Pow-wow
US 2, Manistique, MI.
Headman: Darren Church, Headlady: Vennisa DeNasha, Host Drums: NaNapowe' Singers, Arena Director: Don Jeneau.  For information contact John or Ruth @ 906-359-4645  greatnorthwindspowwow@yahoo.com  

 

September 8 - 10, 2006
Stillwater Pow Wow
Shasta District Fairgrounds, Anderson, CA.
HeadmanL Derek Howell, MC: Manny King, Host Drums: Bear Creek, Arena Director: Phil Hale.  Contest info: Women and Mens All Around, $1000, Last Man & Wman Standing Endurance, and 3 Man Hand Drum Contest. Camping and RV hook-ups available for a fee.  Vendors contact April Carmelo @ 530-245-2620, For other info contact Genevieve Markussen @ 530-275-1513  hypnotique06@hotmail.com
 

September 8 - 10, 2006

Spirit of the Thunderbird Cahokia Mounds Powwow
30 Ramey Street, Collinsville, IL., 62234
Headman: Charley Lowery, Headlady: Cherry Schaefer, MC: John Redblanket, Host Drums: Kickapoo Rice Southern Drum, Other Drums: Spirit of the Rainbow,  Arena Director: Tracy Tullie.  Contest info: Chance Dance Rules:  All Dancers in full regalia should register and receive a number (9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the Info Booth, front gate) While you are dancing, the MC will pull a number out of the box and call it out. If you are in the circle at the time, you will win an amount of money that will be selected from another box. The amounts range from $25 to $300 Dancer’s numbers will go back into the box, You Can Win More Than Once!! Sorry, All Vendor Slots are full. Please bring a canned donation for the local food bank, & your lawn chairs.  For information contact Lora Garrett @ 814-229-3835  garredwolf@yahoo.com   www.thunderbirdsociety.org

 

September 8 - 10, 2006
Precious Sunset Pow-wow
P.O. Box 607 Auberry, CA., 93602
Arena Director: Art Martinez.  For information contact  Orie Medicinebull @ 559-855-2705  orie@netptc.net

 

September 8 - 10, 2006
9th Annual Credit Island Pow Wow
Credit Island Park, Davenport, IA.
Headman: Daniel Youngbear/Brown, Headlady: Tanya Vega, MC: Lenonard Malatare, Host Drums: Yellow Horse, Other Drums: Meskwaki Travelers.  All Drums Welcome., Arena Director: Mark LeRocque.  Contest Info:  Dance contests in 12 categories. Traditional men's contest 16 & up.  Rough camping available.  Security provided on site.  No Drugs, Alcohol or firearms allowed. Not responsible for accidents or snaggings.  Vendors: Native American arts and crafts and food vendors.  For information contact Sue Sierra @ 563-391-9080 or Rowena Vega-Azure @ 309-737-8890

 

September 8 - 10, 2006
West Texas Native American Association
Ave. O, 4th St. and Mac Davis Ln, Lubbock, TX 79401
Headman: Israel Sotelo Ramirez, Headlady: Tavia Torralba Ramirez, MC: June Sovo, Host Drums: Otter Trail, Performer: SummerBear Dance Troupe, Arena Director: Jimmy Hitchcock.  For information contact Powwow Director, Bary Moynihan @ 806-793-7187

 

September 8 - 10, 2006
86th Southern Ute Indian Fair and Pow Wow
Sky Ute Events Center P.O. Box 737, Ignacio, Co., 81137
Contest Prize moneies over $30,000. For information contact
Kenny Frost @ 970-759-3069 or 970-563-3148 knny_frost@yahoo.com  sudrum@southern-ute.nsn.us

September 9, 2006

Table Mountain Rancheria Social Gathering
23736 Sky Harbour Road, Friant, CA., 93626
MC: Powwow Committee, Contest Info: Drum Contest, 1st - $4,000   2nd - $2,500   3rd - $1,000. Vendor Info:  Vendor Space is Free, for info contact 559-683-0797, 559-299-5227, 559-760-0449, or 559-270-7807.  For all other info contact Table Mountain Pow wow Committee @ 559-822-2890 ccota@tmr.org   http://tmpwow.com

 

September 9 - 10, 2006

14th Annual Four Winds Intertribal Society

Convention Center 3601 So. Young Dr Killeen, TX 76547
Paula 254-228-5176 jynxt_1610@yahoo.com
Phil Stucker (254) 543-2386 tameroa@hotmail.comwww.fourwindstx.org

 

September 9 - 10, 2006

Chehalis Pow Wow

Chehalis Community School Gym, Agassiz, BC Canada

Big Drum Competition; Lots of Specials; Arts and Craft Vendors Welcome; Chehalis Indian Band Main Concession Only. 20 kms east of Agassiz on Lougheed Highway (Hwy 7).  Turn right at the Sasquatch Inn and follow the signs.

Ralph Leon, 4960 Salish Way, Agassiz, BC  Canda V0M 1A1
604-796-2116
ralph.leon@chehalisband.com
 

September 9 - 10, 2006
4th annual Spirit of the Bison Pow Wow
2500 Forman Rd., Austinburg, OH.
Headman: Dan Fant, Headlady: Erin Chittum, MC: Bill Crouse, Host Drums: Siver Cloud Singers. Singing and Dancing, Native Arts and Crafts, Authentic Fry Bread, Wagon Rides into the Bison Herd.  POW-MIA-KIA Memorial. This is an intertribal Powwow. All Dancers and Drums Welcome. Vendors are by invitation only. No Alcohol, Drugs or firearms, or Politics will be tolerated.  For information contact Joe @ 216-408-9211  klaatu2u@sbcglobal.net     http://www.freewebs.com/bisonpowwow

 

September 9 - 10, 2006
Aurora Annual American Indian Pow Wow Family Festival
109 West Pioneer Trail, Aurora, OH.,44202
Headman: Glen McGahan, Headlady: Karen McGahan, MC: Hank Houghtaling, Host Drums: Red Bird.  Vendor applications are availale by calling or emailing.Vendor fees due by August 1, 2006. Table fees: $75 for 10' by 10' space and donation of one item for auction. Table fees may be waived if crafts are demonstrated for attendees.  Demonstrations on Indian crafts, hands-on worshops; flute player; flint knapping; Kultre Kids performances; tipis; food vendors; auction; 50-50 raffle.  For Information contact Kulture Kids @ 216-371-2867

 

September 9 - 10, 2006
Andersontown Powwow & Indian Market
410 E. 8th St., Athletic Park, Anderson, IN., 46012
MC: Curtis Zunigha, Host Drums: Moccasin Trail, Performer: Douglas BlueFeather, Arena Director: Bucky Buck.  Native American Powwow and Intertribal Celebration $More than $6,000 in Prize Money to be Awarded! An intertribal exhibition and competitive dancing will be showcased in the arena during the weekend. Prize money will be awarded for youth aged 8-17 and women and men aged 18 and older. Grand entries will be Saturday at 2:00pm and 7:00pm and Sunday at 2pm. 2006 Powwow Head Staff Master of Ceremonies: Curtis Zuniga, Pueblo Arena Director: Bucky Buck, Delaware Head Singer: Shawn Foye, Sac & Fox/ Comanche/ Pawnee Host Drum: Moccasin Trail Dance Categories Senior Men: 18 years and Older Grass, Traditional, Southern Straight, & Fancy Senior Women: 18 years and Older Jingle, Fancy Shawl, Cloth & Buckskin Junior Boys: Age 8-17 Grass, Traditional, Southern Straight, & Fancy Junior Girls: Age 8-17 Jingle, Fancy Shawl, Cloth & Buckskin Tiny Tots: Under Age 7 - Boys & Girls Combined All Dancers must participate in two Grand Entries and exhibition dances to qualify for their contest. Some categories may be combined. All Prizes, except for Tiny Tots will be awarded on Sunday afternoon. Prizes Senior Men and Women Dance Competition First: $300 Second: $200 Third: $100 Junior Boys & Girls Dance Competition First: $90 Second: $60 Third: $50 Tiny Tots: Paid Exhibition on Saturday afternoon.  All Dancers Welcome. Limited Primative camping with electric. Additional camping available at near by Mounds State Park.  Vendor Applications can be downloaded at www.andersontownpowwow.org. Applications must be postmarked by August 1, 2006. For more info, contact Debbie Webb @ 765-643-5633  info@andersontownpowwow.org

 

September 15, 2006
Indian Social Powwow
East Casa Blanca Rd., Sacaton, AZ., 85247
Headman: Donald Sabori, Headlady: Lena Rock, MC: Paul Rock, Host Drums: Panther Creek Singers, Arena Director: Gabriel Ayala. All Dancers will be fed.  Vendors and other information contact District 3 Service Center Recreation Dept. 520-562-3334

 

September 15 - 17, 2006

"Celebration of the Future" Pow Wow
Sullivan County 4-H Fairgrounds, Sullivan, IN

The Sullivan County American Indian Council presents its 3rd Annual "Celebration of the Future" Pow Wow.  Each year, this event gets bigger & better.  Friday Education Day - new this year, more dancers, more vendors, more food, more activities, more color, more sounds; more of everything!

Reg Petoskey, 2642 S. Co. Rd. 350 E., Sullivan, IN 47882
(812) 268-0158
S_C_A_I_C@yahoo.com

 

September 15 - 17, 2006

Gathering of Veteran's Friendship Pow Wow

Seven Circles Heritage Center, Edwards, IL.

The largest gathering of veteran's pow wow in the midwest. Reading of POW - MIA names ceremony 6:00 p.m. Friday. Gourd dancing 12:00 noon & 6:00 p.m. Saturday, 12:00 Sunday.

Butch McCamy- 11516 Duval Rd., Manito, IL  61546
309-382-2779  walkhawk2@ntslink.net  www.7circlesheritage.org

 

September 15 - 17, 2006
Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians 10th Annual Celebration
P.O. Box 962, San Jacinto, CA.,92581
Headman: Jerry Cleveland, Headlady: Dee Dee Goodeagle, MC: Tom Phillips and Terry Fiddler, Host Drums: All Drums Welcome, Arena Director: Ron Goodeagle & Darrell Goodwill.  Contest Info: All Categories + Chicken Dance Just Added new age break Golden Age (66+) Jr. Golden (50-65) Sr. Adult (36-49) Jr Adults (18-35) Teens (13-17) Jr.'s (7-12) Tiny Tots (0-6) Drum Contest (6) Places $200 to first 10 drums to reg. (5 to reg) Hand Drum Contest (Max 5 singers).  Vendors contact Janet Basquez @ 951-801-0686, Romell Mojado @ 951-654-7207, or Laurie Gonzalez @ 619-671-7899. For other info contact LTiger @ 909-753-6979  Ltigersoboba@yahoo.com

 

September 15 - 17, 2006
Sky City Powwow 2006
Interstate 40 @ exit 102, Pueble of Acoma, NM., 87034
Host Northern Drum: Blackfoot Confedercy, Host Southern Drum: Omaha Whitetail, Head Gourd Dance Singer: Cheevers Toppah, MC: Robert "Corky" Oldhorn, and Wallace Coffey., Arena Directors: George "Cricket" Shields, and Spike Draper. For Information contact Zelda Seymour @ 1-888- Sky City.....ext. 7855, or 505-280-5397

 

September 15 - 17, 2006 & July 7- 9, 2006

The Great Mohican Indian Pow-Wow

Mohican Reservation Camp & Festival Grounds, Loudonville, Ohio

A Top 100 Show in the US by the ABA.  Held Rain or Shine with the Public Welcome w/ Free Parking!  Come Learn Native Culture & Lifestyles. Fellowship & Competitions.  Native Foods,Music, Story Telling. Demos and more... Dance and Drum Competitions. Over $8000 in Prize Money Awarded! MC is Robert White Eagle.See Native Educator & Culturist Diamond Brown.Living Historian Harold Dellenger,Flute Player of the Year Douglas Blue Feather, World Champion Hoop Dancer Daniel Tramper and Head Drum Buffalo Horse Singers.
Chris Snively  800.766.2267 

powwow@mohicanreservation.com

www.mohicanpowwow.com
Mohican Reservation, Inc. 23270 Wally Rd., Loudonville, OH 44842

 

September 15 - 17, 2006
Lenape Coming Home Native Gathering Powwow
Blair field East Penn Street Huntingdon, Pa 16652
Many Weasels 814-506-1217,  manyweasels@xtechmail.com,
www.Lenapecominghome.com
 

September 15 - 17, 2006

11th Annual Autumn Gathering Traditional Pow Wow
Veterans Memorial Park, County Hwy. H, Genoa City, WI.
Headman: Darryl Connors, MC: Mark Denning, Host Drums: Night Eagle.  Features an Education Day for school children on Friday, Sept. 15 at 9:30 AM and 12:30 PM. Lacrosse demonstration/ storytellers/historical artifacts/Native dance and drumming.  For information contact Sharon @ 815-675-2380 masavon@yahoo.com

 

September 15 - 17, 2006
15th Annual Eastern Shawnee Powwow
Eastern Shawnee Powwow Grounds, Seneca, MO.
Headman: Shawn King, Headlady: Clarice Buffalohead, MC: Bryce Washington, Host Drums: John Arkeketta, Performer: SummerBear Dance Troupe, Arena Director: Ben McClellan.  For information contact Shawn King @ 866-674-3786

 

September 15 - 17, 2006
Harvest Moon Gathering Pow-Wow
Flint Ridge Rd., Brownsville, OH., 43721
Headlady: Faith Burton, MC: Paul Hawkwind, Host Drums: Red Shield Singers, Arena Director: Medicine Bear, Head Veteran: Ed "Seeker" Roberts. Primitive Camping, Campfires Welcome , Primitive Camping, Campfires Welcome,  Native Storytelling, NativeAmerican Food,  Flintnapper. Feed for all Dancers and Drummers.  For information contact John Beckett @ 740-435-8471  hawkwind58@hotmail.com

 

September 15 - 17, 2006
Perry Powwow
Route 19-27-98 National Guard Armory, Perry, FL., 32347
Headman: Meredith Rodgers, MC: John Ferguson, Host Drums: Teasok, Performer: David Turzak, Arena Director: Jerry Lang.  Free camping, Showers and restrooms, free parking.  Vendors and others contact Principal Chief: Louis Parker @ 850-584-6718  http://muskoke.tripod.com/
 

September 16, 2006

Mary Warrior Williamson Birthday Dance
WhiteEagle Dr., Ponca City, OK., 74601
Headman: Lamont Brown, Headlady: Hay Williams Grant, MC: Smokey Cole, Host Drums: Jasper Clark, Arena Director: Tim Littlevoice.  Contest info: Ladies Southern Cloth Contest.  There will be Ponca Wolf Songs after supper followed by Hethuska style tail dancing, After the tail dancing the family will have intertribal war dancing for all to enjoy.  Our grandma will be 60 years young and we are all proud of her! Co-Hosts for the event will be Ponca Gourd Dance Society, Ponca Pa-Tha-Ta, VFW Post 38, Tonkawa Scalp Dance Society, and the Osage Gourd Clan.  For information contact Daniel Sherron @ 580-716-1998

 

September 16, 2006

Texas Indian Hobbyist Association Fall Powwow

Galloway Hammond Recreation Center,

1601 S Water St. Burnet, Texas 78611

Tent sites available.

Traders 956-682-5775, RV's contact: 512-756-6180
David Eckerman 936-653-3116, tihasmokesignals@yahoo.com

September 16, 2006
Medicine Warriors/All Nations Singers 7th Annual Powwow
Clinton Square Park - International Blvd., Oakland, CA., 94601
Headman: Pierre American Bear, Headlady: Amber Noel, Host Drums: All Nations (Northern) Rockn Horse (Southern)  Contest Info: Saturday September 16th, 2006 11am - 7pm Teen Boy - Daniel Swimmer Teen Girl - Cierra Two Hawks Little Boy - Running Bear Carr Little Girl - Michele Bright Gourd Dancing Aztec Dancing *This is a Sober & Drug Free Event.   For vendor and other information, contact Gayle Burns or Gilbert Blacksmith @ 510-836-2924 or 510-827-7944

 

September 16 - 17, 2006

Bluff City  Powwow

Rockport City Park, Indiana

Free camping.  Admission $5.00 0ver age 12 All dancers welcome, all drums welcome, we can offer a blanket dance. no guns, no alcohol, no pets.

Jeanne  Bruce  812-897-1897
1500 S . Pelzer Rd, Boonville, Indiana  47601
kay_b10@yahoo.com

 

September 16 - 17, 2006
11th Annual Autumn Gathering Traditional Pow Wow
Veterans Memorial Park, County Hwy H, Genoa City, WI.
Head Man: Darryl Connors, MC: Mark Denning, Host Drums: Night Eagle.  Features an Education Day for school children on Friday, Lacrosse demonstration/ storytellers/historical artifacts/Native dance and drumming.  For Vendor information contact Vicki @ 847-546-3101  vickibos@ameritech.net.  For all other information contact Sharon @ 815-675-2380  masavon@yahoo.com

 

 

September 16 - 17, 2006

Dragging Canoe Doublehead Memerial Powwow

Columbia Tennessee, just below Nashville

MC Dennis Banks, AD: Dennis Halfday, Headman Harry Dakota, head lady Sha Keck,  dance and drum competition,  venders contact Soco cody at 865-717-3796 or Linda West at 931-380-1982,  gates will open at 9;oo am, grand entrance at 12;00 noon.  the Cherokee stick ball team will play every day, there will be demonstrations daily, camping is permitted, primitive camping with electricity.  sococody@aol.com

 

September 16 - 17, 2006
Old Stone House
Route 8, Slippery Rock, PA.
Head Drums: Muddy Creek.  For more information contact Dr. David Dixon,  @ 724-738-2408  david.dixon@sru.edu

 

September 16 - 17, 2006
Frank Bush Memorial
2545 S. Charlton Park Rd., Hastings, MI., 49058
Traders by invitation only.  Traditional gathering held at historic Charlton Park.  Free Camping for participants only. For information contact Anne Bush @ 616- 633-0029 vallmon@walk-inthe-spirit.com

 

September 16 - 17, 2006
Fall Spirit Festival
889 Farron Surrena Rd., Harrisville, PA., 16038
MC: Rroud Wolf, Host Drums: Clear Water & Logan Pines.
This is a wonderful gathering of people.  All proceeds benefit injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife at Skyes Spirit Wildlife Rehab & Ed Center.  Come and visit our birds of prey that are on display, our turtle habitat and our newest addition, a young bobcat!!!  Great food, great vendors, and a lot of fun.  There will be a Native American Weaponry display and demo. There will also be a release of a bird of prey if one is ready and the weather is good.  Please e-mail or Call for more information and/or directions!  See you there!!  Mitakuye Oyasin. There are a few vendor spaces available, for this and other info contact  Maryjane Angelo @ 814-786-9677 skyespirit@pathway.net


 

September 16 - 17, 2006
Keeping The Traditions Alive
189 Stag Hill Rd., Makwah, NJ., 7430
Headman: Dean Stanton, Headlady: Pat Bagley, MC: Lonnie Harrington, Host Drums: Spirit of the Mountain Drummers, Other Drums: Red Blanket, Iron Feather,  Arena Director: Charles Doc Morgan.  Contest Info: Native American Competition Dancing* $1800.00 prize list Men’s Traditional, Men’s Grass, Women’s Traditional, Women’s Fancy, Men’s Golden Age Traditional, Women’s Golden Age Traditional and Tiny Tots. Each category [not including the Tiny Tots] is competing for a prize list of $300.00. No competition fee, No camping.  For information contact Anthony Jay Van Dunk @ 201-529-1171  avd@panix.com   http://ramapoughpowwow.com

 

September 17, 2006

Regular Membership Meeting - Elder Council Meeting

Bald Eagle Mnt Park and Campgrounds, Hot Springs, AR

Clean Up Day.  Bring outdoor lawn equipment, gloves, chairs, lunch/refreshments. Aurora Adney will give a special presentation.

Details: 501-627-0555 or manataka@sbcglobal.net

 

September 21,  2006
Platero Facny Dance Competition
300 San Pedro NE,  Albuquerque, NM., 87108
This is a Men's Fancy Dance Contest, held during the NM. State fair in the Indian Village. Registration will be on site of day of competition, there will be a $25.00 entry fee! (Which will include parking and admission passes.)  Please Contact the Platero Family for further information!  The prize money will be as follows: 1st - $1000., 2nd - $500, 3rd - $250., 4th - $125.  For information contact Shawna Platero @ 505-604-1636  PlateroCompetition@Yahoo.com

 

September 21 - 24, 2006
National Indian Days Pow Wow & Celebration
Mission Road, White Swan, WA., 98952
Headman: Whipman: George Selam, Headlady: Whiplady: Lila Telakish, MC: Mike Squeochs, Host Drums: Red Tail, Arena Director: Jim Haver.  Contest Info:  Categories: Traditional/Fancy/Grass/Jingle for all Tiny Tots, Senior Men & Women, Junior Boys & Girls, Teen Boys & Girls, Adult Men & Women. Drumming Contest (Point System). Drumming Contest: 10 Jacks & Drum to Champion Drum-Sponsor Roy Dick.  Specials: Outgoing Jr. Queen-Miriah Onepenny: Girls 12-17 Shell Dress Traditional.  Outgoing Sr. Queen-Olympia Maldonado: 18 Years and up Traditional. All Women Category Special-In memory of late Rosalie SlimJohn Adult Women Jingle Dress-In Honor of Leona Wapato.  Men Veterans Traditional Special-Sponsor Raymond "Moss" Smartlowit.White Swan Sonic Mens Traditional Special-Sponsor Clyde Wallahee Boys & Girls ages 5-12 years Stop & Trick Special (Jackpot Boys & Girls) Sponsor-NID Committee.  Social Dance (Owl/Rabbit/Two-Step) Jackpot Special-Sponsor NID Committee. Royalty Information:  Contestants for Sr. Queen Ages 13-21 years old, and Jr. Queen Ages 7-12 years old. Contestant must be an Enrolled or Descendent Member of a Federally Recognized Tribe/Reserve.  For vendor and other information contact Lindsey Selam @ 509-949-5647  superhusshuss@yahoo.com   http://www.nationalindiandays.com

 

September 22 - 24, 2006
I.I.A.C Pow Wow
P.O. Box 341, Bishop, CA., 93515
MC: Eugene BlackBear, Jr.  For information contact Abby @ 760-937-1906  iiacpowwow@yahoo.com

 

September 22 - 24, 2006
16th Annual Thunder and Lightning Pow Wow
49500 Seminole Drive, Cabazon, CA., 92230
Head Man Dancer: Norman Largo; Head Woman Dancer:Charlene Cozad. Head Young Man: Joe Allen; Head Young Woman, Alyssa Woody, MC: Russell Standing Rock, Northern Host Drum: Native Thunder, Southern Host Drum:Thunder Hill, Northern Drum Coordinator:Jim Red Eagle; Southern Drum Coordinator: Spud Brown; Head GourdDancer: Larry Brown. Northern Dance Judges: JR LaPlante and Tawny Hales. SouthernDance Judges: Vernon Harragarra and Rebecca Brady. Contest Info: 48 DANCE CATEGORIES including Senior Golden Age: 70 & up; Golden Age: 55   69; Senior Adult: 35  54; Junior Adult: 18 34. $1,200 ,$1,000, $800, $600, $400, $200. Teen: 13 17. $500, $400, $300, $200, $100. Junior Teen: 6  12. $250, $200, $150, $100, $50; Tiny Tots: 5 & younger. Northern Traditional, Grass Dance, Northern & Southern Fancy, Chicken Dance, and Southern Straight. Jingle Dress, Fancy Shawl, Northern Stationary Style, Southern Buckskin and Cloth and Northern Walk Around Style. SPECIALS: $500, $400, $300, $200, $100 DRUM SINGING CONTEST includes Northern, Southern and Northern Straight categories. 1st Place - $10,000; 2nd Place - $7,000; 3rd Place - $5,000; 4th Place - $4,000; 5th Place - $3,000; 6th Place, $2,000. Drum Split - $3,000.  Vendors: space is limited. Not responsible for theft, loss, accident, injury or personal expenses. Deadline for vendor registration is 9/1/2006.  Contact Kimberly White for Vedor Application 800-252-4499 ext 23800.  For other information contact Morongo Band of Mission Indians @ 800-252-4499 

 

September 22 - 24, 2006
2006 Richmond Powwow
Lake Reba Complex, Richmond, KY., 40475
Headman: Allen Rowland, Headlady: Ellen Rasco, Host Drums: Tanasi Thunder, Arena Director: Stone Baron.  Vendors contact Dan Quigg @ Dan@richmondpowwow.org   or 859-623-6076, for other information contact Scotty Saltsman @ 859-200-8969  scotty@richmondpowwow.org    http://www.richmondpowwow.org

 

September 22 - 24, 2006
11th annual gathering of the people pow-wow
Grotto Road, Terre Haute, IN., 47804
Headman: Roger Campbell, Headlady: Pamela Malone Gresham, MC: Larry Grigsby, Host Drums: Istayapi, Performer: Tomahawk throwing demonstration by Mountain Man St., Arena Director: Larry Penrose.  All Drums Welcome,  Only Host, and Co-Host Drum will be paid under contract.  All Dancers Welcome, bring your own lawn chairs.  For information contact  Ron Graham @ 812-232-1493

 

September 23, 2006
Wood Lake Pow Wow
M-40 South of Jones, MI.
Headman: Dean (Gidda Migizi Washawno) Evans, Headlay: Carolyn Deland-Phillips, MC: Teed Howard, Host Drums: Caynon Singers, & Lakeside Singers, Arena Director: Dave Sage. Vendors: spaces approx. 16x16 with electric for booth $30.00 Blanket traders-two blankets -no electric $20.00.  Plenty of camping space, free camping for Participants & Dancers, Grounds open on Friday for camping set-up. For information contact Sharon Vanden Bossche @ 574-259-8405  SharonV45@aol.com

 

September 23, 2006
Northern Plains Indian Art Market
515 N. Main Ave., Sioux Falls, SD., 57104
Headman: Jack Herman, Performer: Northern Plains.  For vendor and other information contact Jack Herman @ 605-856-8193   jherman@sinte.edu     http://www.npiam.org

 

September 23, 2006
Ohlone College Pow-Wow
43600 Mission Blvd., Fremont, CA., 94539
Native American Craft and Health Fair.  All Drums and Dancers Welcome. Cash prizes, competitve Dancing, Drum Contest - Winner takes all.  Native American Food, Arts and Crafts.  All are Welcome. George Rodgers @ 510-659-6285  grodgers@ohlone.edu    http://fleamarket.ohlone.edu

 

September 23, 2006
Songs of the People
315 North Price St., Anchorage, AK., 99508
Host Drums: Tatanka Ska Singers.  Vendor info: Tables are $40.  For this and other information contact Cody Blackbird @ 907-344-4421

 

September 23  - 24, 2006

C.O.T.R.A.I.C 28TH Annual Powwow  

120 Charles Street, Dorseyville, PA 15238
Powwow goes on rain or shine.  $5.00 adults - $3.00 elders and children under 12.  12noon - 7pm Singing, drumming & dancing, arts & crafts, native food.

Lisa Morales   412-727-1862
POWWOWIES@HOTMAIL.COM

 

September 23  - 24, 2006

Inter-Tribal Powwow

2145 Route 16, West Ossipee, New Hampshire

Check out our web site for more details. SmilesAlot and I opened the grounds 4 years ago and since then, a lot of growth has happened. This an intertribal powwow grounds and is open to all who enter with Honor and Respect

Henry Gelinas  603-323-8181
P.O. Box 280, Tamworth, NH 03886
spiriteagle@motherearthscreation.com
www.motherearthscreation.com

September 23  - 24, 2006

7th Annual Permian Basin Inter-Tribal Powwow

Odessa College Sports Center, 201 W University, Odessa, TX

Luis Tijerina - Trans Pecos Renewal Center

P.O. Box 1712, Odessa, TX  79760

432- 889-2693  LRTIJERINA@sprintpcs.com

Belinda Bernal  - Vendor Coordinator  432-425-2926

Trans Pecos Renewal Center

P.O. Box 1712  Odessa, TX  79760

healinbear@yahoo.com

 

September 23 - 24, 2006
Circle of Wisdom/Metis Gathering Powwow
Chase Farm, Breakneck Hill Road Lincoln, RI 02865
Drums and Dancers Welcome
Joyce Gauvin 401-480-9854 , jgauvin122@aol.com
www.circleofwisdom.org

 

September 23 - 24, 2006

Holston Conference Gathering

Coker Creek Village/Tellico Plains,TN

Event features workshops on Native culture, spiritual enrichment session with Bill Miller, mini powwow, food, fellowship, and fun...and a Bill Miller Concert. Pre-registration is required to attend entire event. Go to website for registration form.  Dancers who only want to attend powwow and concert must arrive before 2 p.m. and be ready for Grand Entry at 3:15. They will be admitted to powwow and receive concert and dinner tickets at no charge. Dancers arriving after 2 p.m. will not receive tickets or free admission. Vicki Collins, 160 Wright Rd., Oliver Springs, TN  37840  865-435-0100  wahoohoospirit@yahoo.com
http://www.thegathering.us

 

September 23 - 24, 2006

16th Thunder & Lightning Pow Wow 

Powwow grounds next to Morongo Casino Resort & Spa

49500 Seminole Drive in Cabazon California.

Morongo Band of Mission Indians  

Competition pow wow with more than $260,000 in prize money. Admission is free. Drum Singing Contest includes Northern, Southern and Northern Straight categories. 1st Place - $10,000; 2nd Place - $7,000; 3rd Place - $5,000; 4th Place - $4,000; 5th Place - $3,000; 6th Place – $2,000. Drum Split - $3,000. 48 Dance Categories including Senior Golden Age: 70 & up; Golden Age: 55 – 69; Senior Adult: 35 – 54; Junior Adult: 18 – 34. $1,200 • $1,000 • $800 • $600 • $400 • $200. Teen: 13 – 17. $500 • $400 • $300 • $200 • $100.  Junior Teen: 6 – 12. $250 • $200 • $150 • $100 • $50; Tiny Tots: 5 & younger. Northern Traditional, Grass Dance, Northern & Southern Fancy, Chicken Dance, and Southern Straight. Jingle Dress, Fancy Shawl, Northern Stationary Style, Southern Buckskin and Cloth and Northern Walk Around Style. SPECIALS: $500 • $400 • $300 • $200 • $100 Head Staff - Northern Host Drum: Native Thunder; Southern Host Drum: Thunder Hill; Emcee: Russell Standing Rock; Northern Arena Director: Randall Paskemin; Southern Arena Director: Frank Adson; Northern Drum Coordinator: Jim Red Eagle; Southern Drum Coordinator: Spud Brown; Head Gourd Dancer: Larry Brown. Head Man Dancer: Norman Largo; Head Woman Dancer: Charlene Cozad. Head Young Man: Joe Allen; Head Young Woman: Alyssa Woody; Northern Dance Judges: JR LaPlante and Tawny Hales. Southern Dance Judges: Vernon Harragarra and Rebecca Brady. Vendor space is limited. Not responsible for theft, loss, accident, injury or personal expenses. Absolutely no alcohol or drugs allowed.  1-800-252-4499.  http://www.morongocasinoresort

 

September 23 - 24, 2006
Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center Powwow
120 Charles St., Dorseyville, PA., 15238
There will be Drumming, Dancing, Singing, Arts & Crafts, & Native Food.  Special Feature: The Aztec Dancers.  We are looking for more Native American Vendors.  No Food Vendors, No Drugs. Allowed.  Lisa Morales 412-782-4458 powwowies@hotmail.com
 
September 23 - 24, 2006
Crying Eagle Village
3000 McCarthy Blvd., Rt. 422, Youngstown, OH., 44505
Headlady: Velma Brehm, MC: Danny Two Eagles, Host Drums: Thunder Nation, Other Drums: Wolf Creek Singers, Arena Director: Logan Steel.  Vendor info: Some Vendor Contracts have already been mailed out. Space is still available. If you are a vendor and wish to attend, please contact Twospirit at 330-782-8289 or twospirit00@yahoo.com  www.freewebs.com/cryingeaglevillage
 

September 23 - 24, 2006

Harvest Gathering -- 2nd Annual
Highway 99 S., Cottage Grove, OR., 97424
MC: Toney Two Crows, Host Drums: Pa Khut Eem, Arena Director: Roy Hayes.  This is a traditional gathering with primitive camping.  RV spaces may be available.  Meals provided to dancers drummers, vendors etc .  There are no fees for camping or attendance.  On Saturday there will be drumming and dancing and on Sunday will be the Longhouse Ceremony.  Native games in between. Please come and join the fun.  Vendors: Booth fee $25.00 for the week-end with a raffle donation.  Set up is on Friday.  For information contact Kay Tucker @ 541-942-7069  ktu9690388
 

September 23 - 24, 2006

25th Annual Mt. Juliet Pow Wow/Don Yahola Memorial
NW Rutland Rd., Mt. Juliet, TN., 37122
Headman and Headlady choosen daily, MC: Rob Daugherty, Host Drums: Medicine Tail, Performer: Lowery Begay - Hoop Dancer, Arena Director: Jimmy Reedy.  Contest Info: Adults - All Categories $500 - $300 - $200 Senior Men (Categories Combined) $500 - $300 - $200 Senior Women (Categories Combined $500 - $300 - $200 Don Yahola Mens Traditional Special.   $1000 Drum Contest $1200 - $500 - $300.  Over $15,000  total Prize Money. Primitive Camping on Site.  Daily performances by Flying Feather Band.  For information contact Cindy Yahola Gallegos @ 615-443-1537  cindy.yahola@ihs.gov
 

September 23 - 24, 2006

13th Annual Hart of the West Intertribal Pow Wow
24151 N. San Fernando Rd., Newhall, CA.
MC: Michael, Host Drums: Hale & Company, Arena Director: Victor Chavez.  All Drums & Dancers Welcome!  Gourd Dancing!  Vendors!  Food Booths!  Childrens Area!   Arts & Crafts!  Pow Wow Princess Contest Ages 15-21 years  The Largest Pow Wow in Los Angeles County!  No alcohol or drugs allowed!  No sale of Sage, Sweet Grass, or Cedar allowed!  Bring own chairs and shade!  For information contact Mary Schultz @ 661-255-9295  rayandlina@sbcglobal.net
http://www.hart-friends.org/event_pages/powwow.html

 

September 23 - 24, 2006

Chak Hah Chee Contest Pow wow
Winneshiek Lane, Nekoosa, WI., 54457
Headman: Paul Cloud, Headlady: Tracy Pecore, MC: Douglas Long & Alvin Cloud, Host Drums: Thunderbear, Arena Director: Ken Funmaker, Jr.  Contest Info: Adults, Teens, and Juniors will have Traditional, Grass/Jingle, & Fancy categories.  The Golden Agers will have a mens combined and womens combined category. Over $25,000 in cash prizes to be given away on Sunday afternoon.  Head Male Dance Judge: Fletcher Collins Head Female Dance Judge: Pam Winneshiek Head Drum Judge: Keith Smith.  Vendors contact CHA Pow-wow Committee c/o Bernice Twinn, 6811 Arbor Haven Lane, Wisconsin Rapids, WI., 54494.  For other information contact Darren Brinegar @ 715-423-1059  chakhahchee@hotmail.com
 

September 25 - 29, 2006

West Coast Pow Wow Cruise
Long Beach, CA.
For information contact David Underwood @ 877-369-2232 http://www.powwowcruise.com
 
September 29 - Oct. 1, 2006
15th Annual Comanche Fair
584 NW Bingo Rd., Lawton, OK., 73506
For information contact Comanche Nation @ 580-492-4988

 

September 29 - Oct. 1, 2006

Annual Fall Intertribal Fellowship Pow Wow

Paris Landing State Park, Buchanan, TN.

Headman: Tim Overcast, Headlady: Becky Overcast, MC: Terry Weatherby, Arena Director: Pat Overcast.  The Park has full service RV Campground & Hotel available for those wishing to stay near the Pow Wow. Call 731)641-4465 or 1-800-250-8614 for Reservations. Paris Landing Motel (731) 642-0217 or Fish Tale Lodge (731)642-7113 are less than five miles away.  For information contact Native American Intertribal council of Tenn. @ 931- 551- 9514 Naic@Charter.net

 

September 30, 2006

3rd. Annual Ancestors Gourd Dance
Highway 62 West, Eureka Springs, Ar.
This will be a one day Memorial Gourd Dance, with a traditional meal being served for all the Gourd Dancers, Staff, Singers, and Drums.
Host Gourd: Cherokee Red Star Gourd Dancers, Head Dancer: Vince Ketzler, Head Lady Dancer: Shari Dreamer With A Smile, Head Singer: John David Ballard, MC: Bill Two Horses, Arena Director: Harry Two White Eagle.  Bring your lawn chairs!  For information contact Blue Spring Heritage Center @ 479-253-9244  info@bluespringheritage.com

September 30, 2006

5th Annual Childrens Social Powwow
200 S. 6th Ave., Tucson, AZ., 85701
HeadBoy: Brandon Begay, HeadGirl: Namichen Oberly, MC: Gabriel Ayala, Host Drums: NACHA  Youth Drum, Arena Director: Michael Spotted Wolf.  This free event, hosted by the Tucson Childrens Museum and the Tucson Indian Center’s Wellness Department, provides the community at large an opportunity to enjoy an afternoon of diverse Native American cultural traditions, as well as a variety of children’s activities, from 11:30 AM to 4:30 PM.  The Museum will also have a free admission day in conjunction with the powwow.  For Vendor and other information contact Peggy Solis @ 520-792-9985

 

September 30, 2006
West Valley College 18th Annual Powwow
14000 Fruitvale Ave., Saratoga, CA., 95070
Headman: J. McCloud, Headlay: Lucha Diaz, MC: Tom Phillips, Host Drums: Northern - Red Sky, Southern - Southern Express, Arena Director: Denny Stanley.  This is a Contest Powwow --All Ages!
This is a friendly, family-style powwow in beautiful Saratoga (near San Jose and Los Gatos). All drums and dancers are welcome! Admission is Free. Grand Entry is at noon. Proceeds of the event benefit the Donald M. Johnson Native American Scholarship for West
Valley-Mission District students.Vendors are encourgaged to contact:George Mageles at (408) 741-2612   george_mageles@westvalley.edu  For other information contact Michelle Reed @ 408-741-4029  michelle_reed@westvalley.edu

 

September 30 - Oct. 1, 2006
Native American Health Center Pow-Wow
4315 Lincoln Ave., Oakland, CA., 94601
Headman: Steven Middle Rider, Headlady: Meekshimahki Pahdocony, MC: Randy Pico, Host Drums: Northern - All Nations, Southern - Southern Boyz, Arena Director: Earl R. Neconie.  Contest Info: Over $5000 in Contest Dancing & Drumming Head Man Special: Men's Chicken Dance Special $250 Winner Takes All!! Head Woman Special: Women's Northern Tradtional $500 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 18yrs and over.  Category Winnings TBA $2500 in Adult Categories *Drum Contest - $500,  Hand Drum Contest. Head Judge: James Bearchild
Special Aztec Performance. Car Seat Check Event. Food, Arts & Crafts and much more. Vendors contact Eulalia Valerio at 415-621-1170 or eulaliav@nativehealth.org  For more information contact Cathy Wisdom at 415-535-0500 or catherinew@nativehealth.org
 
September 30 - Oct. 1, 2006
Shawnee Woodland Indain Gathering
Prairie Ridge Meadow, Greenville, OH., 35331
Headman: Snow Owl, Headlady: Squash Bloosom Redman, MC: Cedar Heart, Host Drums: Friendly Voices, Arena Director: White Feather.Bring your own chairs or blankets for sitting, primative camping available, free parking.  Vendors fee $15.00 per set-up. For more information contact  Samantha Holland @ 937-592-2412

September 30 - Oct. 1, 2006

12th Annual Harvest Pow Wow
523 S. Webster Street, Naperville, IL., 60540
Headman: Thorpe Sine, Headlady Nicole Sine, MC: Leonard Malatare, Host Drums: Wind Eagle, Other Drums: Eagle Ridge, Four Nation Singers, Performer: Michael Jacobs, Arena Director: Mark La Roque.  NAMMY award winner, singer Michael Jacobs will be performing Sat. and Sun.  Admission fee also includes entry into the Naper Settlement during regular museum hours.  Camping available on the grounds for dancers, drums, vendors and volunteers only.-Not for general public.  For information contact Janet Sevilla @ 773-585-1744  msf@midwestsoarring.org     http://www.midwestsoarring.org
 

September 30 - Oct. 1, 2006

The Saratoga Native American Festival
Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY., 12866
MC: Al George, Host Drums: Old Bridge Drummers and Singers, Other Drums: Silver Cloud Singers.  Traditional Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address given by Tom Sakokwenionkwas Porter (Bear Clan, Mohawk)  Special Musical Guests: Grammy award-winning performing artists Joanne Shenandoah (Wolf Clan, Oneida) and Bill Miller (Mohican)  Featuring representatives from a variety of Iroquoian and Algonquian Nations including Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, Tuscarora, Abenaki, and Mohican.Eastern and Western drummers, singers and dancers.  Storytellers: Joseph, Marge and James Bruchac (Abenaki), Kay Olan Ionataiewas (Wolf Clan, Mohawk), Perry Ground (Turtle Clan, Onondaga), and more. For Vendor and other information contact James Bruchac @ 518-583-9958info@saratoganativefestival.org http://www.saratoganativefestival.org

 

September 30 - October 1, 2006

4TH Gathering They Walked Here Before Us

A Woodland Indian Celebration

Buttonwood Park, River Road/Route 65 Perrysburg, OH

Arvel Bird (Shivwit PaiuteMultiple Award Winning Native American Violinist/Fiddler; Buffalo Dance. Demonstration; Tomahawk Throwing; Douglas Blue Feather (Cherokee) - Multiple Award Wining Native American Flutist. Children's Tent with Native American Arts & Crafts; Wildlife Tent.  with American Birds of Prey (schedule depends on the Birds)Living History Traditional Woodland Indian Village with Lacrosse-Double Ball Field, Flintknapping, Bow & Atl Atl Demos. Vendors: Invitation Only. Drums: Invitation Only

Black Swamp Inter-TribalFoundation  419-381-7042  Southeastern Water Spider Drum 419-698-9575  perrysburgpowwow@hotmail.com

 

OCTOBER

October 6 - 7, 2006

12th AnnualCoushatta PowWow Celebration

Hwy. 165, Kinder LA., 70648

Headman: Donovan Abbey, Headlady: Ocosia Leighton, MC: Russell Standing Rock, Host Drums: War Scout, Other Drums: Lone Creek.

Contest Info: Over $$90,000.00$$ In Prize Money!  Point System Starts Friday Night!. Registration opens 10 am.Friday Oct 6. $4000 1st Place Drum Northern & Southern. Vendors Contact 1-800 584-7263 Carla Fisher 337-391-9231 or Crystal Williams 337-584-2376 Only All Native American Arts and Crafts Allowed. Limited food vendor spacing available. For other information contact Coushatta Casino Resort @ 800-584-7263  coushattapowwow@yahoo.com

http://www.COUSHATTAPOWWOW.com

 

October 6 - 8, 2006

Black Hills Pow Wow

522 7th St., Suite 221, Rapid City, SD., 57701

MC: Butch Felix, Arena Director: Marcell Bull Bear.  Contest Info:  TinyTots: Day Money Juniors (6-12): 1st $200; 2nd $150; 3rd $100; 4th $50 Teens (13-17): 1st $400; 2nd $300; 3rd $200; 4th $100 Adults (18-49): 1st $1000; 2nd $800; 3rd $600; 4th $400, 5th $200 Adults (50+): 1st $1000; 2nd $800; 3rd $600; 4th $400, 5th $200.

Dance Specials: Women's Traditional: Shere Lynn Wright, Honoring the Grass Dancer: Joe Laferty, 3rd Annual Memorial Dance Special: Tommy Charging Eagle, Hat Boot: Codi High Elk, Woman's Golden Age: Dawn Little Sky.  Drum Contest: 1st $2,000, 2nd $1500, 3rd $1,000, 4th $750, 5th $500 OR be one of the first 25 to register for day money.  For vendor and other information contact Ann Hart @ 605-341-0925 annhart34@hotmail.com     http://www.blackhillspowwow.com

 

October 6 - 8, 2006

First Annual Harvest Moon Benefit Pow Wow

35 Bence Road, Cragford, AL., 36255

Headman: Arturo "Spirit Warrior" Adrian, Headlady: Wihuna "Fire" Joiner, MC: Jim Windwalker, Other Drums: Medicine Dog Singers, Firestar Singers, and Badwater. Performer: Jimmy Yellowhorse and Jamie Russell, Arena Director: Steve.  Vendors, We only have 14 venbdor spaces adn one food vendor space. If you are interested in vending please contact us by Sept. 1, There are no vendor set-up fees.  Primative camping, no fees. For Information contact First Nations Outreach Project @  256-354-5196 advocacy@defendthewolves.org  http://defendthewolves.org

 

October 6 - 8, 2006

Cherokee of Georgia 26th Annual Fall Powwow.

Free Admission & Parking. Free camping- Come early as space is limited. All Dancers welcome.  

Eric Brock   912-843-2230.   ebrock63@hotmail.com

 

October 6 - 8, 2006

Annual Atwood Lake Intertribal Powwow

Off SR 800, New Cumberland, OH.

Host Drums: Thunder Nation, Head Veteran: Hoka Marker, Arena Director: Logan Steele.  For information contact Mike Wills @ 330-364-5733  m_w576@yahoo.com

 

October 6 - 8, 2006
The Appalachian Cherokee Nation
Frog Level Park, Big Stone Gap, Virginia
MC: Monty Williams, Host Drums: Northern Star Singers,  Lead Dancers Jack and Tina Mullins; Tomahawk Throwing Contest    Bow and Arrow Shooting Contest, Cherokee Story Telling   Flute Playing  Buffalo Burgers   Food, Drinks  and a Great Time to be had by all!  No Alcohol or Drugs Permitted! Food Vendors will be charged $300.00, and all others are according to tent size  (prices will range from $100.00 to $150.00.

Glemia Walker @ 276-796-4389 ThreeChiefs@yahoo.com  

http://www.appalachiancherokeenation.com

 

October 7, 2006
United Keetoowah Band 56th Annual Celebration
Keetoowah Celebration Grounds, Willis Rd., Tahlequah, OK., 74464
Headman: Zac Morris, Headlady: Christie Redeagle, MC: Rob Daugherty, Host Drums: Pat Oyebi, Arena Director: Walter J. Buffalomeat & Joseph Byrd.  Contest Info: Juniors 1st: 300.00 Juniors 2nd: 200.00 Juniors 3rd: 100.00 Adults 1st: 500.00 Adults 2nd: 300.00 Adults 3rd: 200.00 Registration 2:00-5:00 Tiny Tots: 10 and Under Juniors: 11-16 Adults: 17 & Over Grand Entry 7:00 Mens,
Boys: Traditional, Grass, Straight, Fancy Women, Girls: Buckskin, Cloth, Fancy Shawl, Jingle May combine if not 3 in each category.
Vendors contact Audrey or Marilyn @ 918-456-6533. For other information contact Wahlesah Dick @ 918-458-4714 wdick@unitedkeetoowahband.org http://www.unitedkeetoowahband.org

October 7 - 8, 2006

Silverhawk Native American Flute Gathering
Withlacoochee River Pk,  12459 Withlacoochee, Dade City, FL.
Free parking, admission, and primitive camping. Fee for electric. Vendors(Native American arts and crafts), Native American leather clothing, flute makers, Native American food, blankets, etc. Non-stop entertainment all week-end: flute players, didge players, singers, story tellers, drum, etc. A relaxed country setting just 15 min from town. Authentic Creek Indian village in the woods, trails and a tower. Sat night "Friendship Fire". "American Indian Christian Circle" at closing Sun. Dock Green Silverhawk @ 813-754-8990  slvhawk@aol.com
 
October 7 - 8, 2006
Eastern Woodland Gathering

7681 US 42, Johnsville Lexington, OH

Host Drum: Friendly Voices; MC:  Ernie Loonssoot; Grand Entry: 12 noon each day

419-947-2274   419-362-2936

 

October 7 - 8, 2006

11th Annual Chumash Inter-Tribal Powwow

Live Oak Campgrounds near San Marcos Golf Course off Hwy 154, Chumash Indian Casino, 3400 E. Hwy 246 /P.O. Box 517

Santa Ynez, CA 93460-9405
Free Admission. Free Camping. $3.00 Parking.  Bring a blanket or lawn chair - all are welcome! Proceeds benefit the Chumash Education.  Fund. No drugs, alcohol or pets, please.  Located on the central coast of Cailifornia in the heart of the Santa Ynez valley,be-
tween Los Angeles & San Francisco, California.

(800)728-9997 / (805)686-0855 / (805)688-7997 / (805)686-9578
info@santaynezchumash.org
www.santaynezchumash.org

 

October 7 - 8, 2006

32nd Annual Intertribal Powwow

Thomas Square Park, South Beretania St & Ward Ave. Honolulu, HI 96813

Sponsored by the American Indian Pow Wow Association.

Everyone is invited to attend this free event, which will feature competition dancing, drumming, singing, arts and crafts, and food.  No drugs or alcohol are allowed.  This is Hawaii's only competition powwow. Host Drum: Wild Horse Singers, Southern California. They will be recording a live album at this year's event. Special guests:  Head Man Dancer, Shane Ridley Stevens (Te-Moake Band of Western Shoshoni); Head Woman Dancer, Wanda Dawson (Dine); Master of Ceremonies, John Dawson (San Carlos Apache); and Arena Director Tom Rowland (Oglala Lakota).   The J.C. Singers & Dancers of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, from Port Angeles, Washington will be attending as well as guest drums Hunter's Moon and Wild Rice, both of Hawaii will also be singing.  Discounted hotel rates are available for powwow goers.  Also, low inter-island airfares ($80 RT) make this the perfect time to visit more than one Hawaiian island.  Come for the Oahu powwow and go to Kauai for another pow wow the following weekend! 

Daniel -  808-734-5171 Nativewinds1152@aol.com http://geocities.com/oahupowwow/.

Submitted by: Native Winds Gift Gallery & Craft Supply

1152 Koko Head Ave., 2nd Level
Honolulu, HI 96816
808-734-8018

 

October 7 - 8, 2006

San Dimas 8th annual intertribal Powwow

Civic Center Park,  San Dimas, CA

Host Southern Drum - Hale and Company; Host Northern Drum - Bear Springs; Head Man - Robert Silent Thunder, Tsalagi; Head Woman - Dawn Thompson, Mescalero Apache; Head Boy - Dakota Thompson, Seneca; Head Girl - Cameron Justice Soto, Chiricahua Apache/Yaqui; Head Gourd - Saginaw Grant, Sauk and Fox; MC - Michael A. Reifel, Jicarilla Apache/Kiowa; Arena Director - Victor Chavez, Dine; Free Admission, Specialty contests, Special performances by Elk whistle, Thirza Defoe, children's Activities, Tepees, Craft and Food Booths.

Annette at San Dimas Chamber of Commerce
245 E. Bonita, San Dimas, CA  90731
(909) 562-3818
annette@sandimaschamber.com
www.RedbirdsVision.org

 

October 7 - 8, 2006
7th Annual The Eagle, Honoring Our Elders Powwow
3rd Street East, Palmdale, CA., 93550
Headman: Steve Sierra, Headlady: Gloria Baker, MC: Mike Aviles, Host Drums: Humming Bird Singers, Arena Director: Robert Rojas.Free parking and Admission. Special Guest Manny Saenz (Flutist. being chairs and shade. For vendor and other information contact Richard Cano @ 661-435-0423  racsr51@aol.com

 

October 7 - 8, 2006
15th Annual Chukchansi Pow Wow
35300 Hwy. 41, Coarsegold, CA., 93614
Headman: Mario Sanchez, Headlady: Rena Brown, MC: J R Manual, Host Drums: Black Bear Crossing, Arena Director: Ben Wolf. Contest Info: Contest Dancing, Drum Contests, Hand Games, Hoop Dances, Princess and Brave Contests. For Vendor and other information contact Butch Fernandez @ 559-908-8522, or 559-673-4737

 

October 7 - 8, 2006
9th Annual Native American Day Gathering
Route 51 At Cedar Creek Park, Belle Bernon, PA., 15012
MC: Spirit Eagle, Host Drums: White Panther & Friends. All Drums Welcome.  Vendors Please contact Clara at 724-523-8724 / sprtwlfstr2egls@Yahoo.com or Joel at 724-635-0186 / justatop@access995.com Vendors Trade Blanket Saturday Evening.
For other information contact Bruce @ 724-216-2199 Sevenfeathersranch@yahoo.com

 

October 7 - 8, 2006
Rama, Mnjikaning Thanksgiving Powwow
6147 Rama Rd. North, Rama Mnjikaning, Ontario
MC: Beyl.  Arena Director: Allan Manitowabi. Contest Info: All Youth Dancers 12 yrs and younger will recieve an honoriarium and giveaway.  Golden Age Combined: 1st Place: $1000.00, 2nd Place: $800.00, 3rd Place: $600.00, 4th Place: $400.00,  Adult Categories: 1st Place:  $1000.00, 2nd Place: $800.00, 3rd Place: $600.00, 4th Place: $400.00.  Youth Categories:1st Place: $400.00, 2nd Place: $300.00, 3rd Place: $200.00, 4th Place: $100.00.  Hand Drum Competition: 1st Place: $800.00, 2nd Place: $600.00, 3rd Place: $400.00.  Drum Split $ 2000.00.  Drum Contest: 1st Place: $5000.00, 2nd Place: $4000.00, 3rd Place: $2000.00, 4th Place: $2000.00, 5th Place: $1000.00.  All Tiny Tots Are Winners.  Native Vendors and Artisans are welcome. Food vendors are $200.00 for the weekend. Craft vendors are $150.00 for the weekend. Spots are given on a first come-first serve basis.  Ffor information contact John Snake @ 705-325-3611, Ext. 1294

 

October 7 - 8, 2006
5 Nations Inter-Tribal Festival
40th Street Park,  Irvington, NJ.
Headman: Eagle Two Feathers, Headlady: Eve Wind Dancer, Host Drums: Red Storm Drum & Dance Troupe.  For Vendor and other information contact Chief Long Bow @ 973-351-1210, After 7pm call 973-489-1368  moonhawktitw@msn.com

 

October 7 - 8, 2006
American Indian Festival
2405 Sugarloaf Parkway, Lawrenceville, GA., 30606
Arena Director Billy Lacy.  There will be storytelling, flute playing, poetry, primitive skills in the center circle. The fine arts and crafts will be adjacent to the circle. There will be jewelry, pottery, paintings and other Native American artifacts for you to see or purchase. There will be a Drum and Dance Contest held under the covered Rodeo Arena.
For more information contact Paul Eddie @ 770-791-0066

 

October 7 - 8, 2006

Abenaki Heritage Weekend

Mi-Te-Jo Campground,  Milton, NH

Dancing, drumming, singing, flute music, jewelry, crafts, food and fun! Public welcome 10 AM to 5 PM both days. Grand Entry noon each day. Abenaki songs and stories by Marge Bruchac, Justin Kennick.

Alice Stevens, PO Box 293, Union, NH  03887    603-473-2746
NdakinnaInc@aol.com
 

October 8, 2006 (1 day) 200 p.m.

Native American Day

123 Evansville  Road, Brownington, VT  05860-6305
Clan of the Hawk, Northeast Wind Council/Sovereign Abenaki Nation.

To be held at the chiefs house  in the afternoon with a potluck  supper at the end of the day. Lets all celebrate the traditional Columbus Day as our Native American Day. Chief Spirit Water

ETPVT@aol.com  (802) 754-2817

October 9, 2006

7th Annual Native American Flute & Storytelling Concert

Center for Hawaiian Studies, University of Hawaii - Manoa Campus, 2645 Dole Street, Honolulu, HI 96813

Four Native flute players, each with his own distinctive style, will perform at the Flute Concert:  Tommy Wildcat (Cherokee) who was named Native American Flutist of the Year, 2002-2003, at the Native American Music Awards; Troy DeRoche (Blackfeet), Andrew Thomas (Navajo), and Shane Ridley-Stevens (Te-Moake Band of Western Shoshoni).  Storyteller Liz DeRoche (Metis) will perform with her husband, Troy, and will share their native stories during this evening of traditional entertainment. 

Native Winds - (808) 734-8018   Nativewinds1152@aol.com

 

October 11 - 15, 2006
Tama Inter-Tribal Powwow
107 Tall Pine Dr., Whigham, GA., 39897
Vendors must fill out application form and return with booth fee of $80.00.  To obtain the form contact Evelyn Cox @ 229-762-3169

 

October 13 - 15, 2006

Kauai Intertribal Pow Wow

Kapa`a Beach Park, Kapa`a Beach Park

Everyone is invited to attend this free, non-competition, pow wow. No drugs or alcohol are allowed.  The Wild Horse Singers, from Southern California, will be the host drum.  Special guests include:  Head Man Dancer, Shane Ridley Stevens (Te-Moake Band of Western Shoshoni); Head Woman Dancer, Rose Olney (Yakama); and Master of Ceremonies, John Dawson (San Carlos Apache).  Low inter-island airfares ($80 RT) make this the perfect time to visit more than one Hawaiian island.  Start at the Oahu Pow Wow and then fly to Kauai the next weekend for this event!  

Dale  - 808-828-1294 kauaipowwow@yahoo.com   www.kauaipowwow.com

 

October 13 - 15, 2006

Zion Canyon Art & Flute Festival

Zion Canyon National Park, Springdale, Utah

Beginning at 12:00 pm Friday noon and continuing through 5:00 pm Sunday, art enthusiast and friends of the Native American Flute will gather together in Springdale Utah, to browse art and flute vendor booths, to listen and play Native American flute music, attend workshops, learn from each other and share our art, our music and passion with each other. This is a free event though this year we will be asking for a can food donation to benefit the Navajo Donation Drive, Springdale Utah is located in Southern Utah. Flute concerts, flute lessons, actually make your own flute.  Raymond Redfeather will be teaching and performing. Nammy Award Nominee, Nino Reyos, Native Leather Flute Bag Making by Owl Woman.  Many many more.

Contact  Marty Lisonbee @ 435-680-2629 marty@zioncanyonartandflutefestival.com

 

October 13 - 15, 2006
Native Cultural Circle 9th Annual Powwow
Port Royal State Park, Clarksville, TN.
All Drums and Dancers Welcome.  For information contact Paul Slaughter or Debi McDaris @ 931-2326612 or 9133584187

 

October 14, 2006
6th White River Band Cherokee Powwow
Highway 76, Forsyth, MO.
MC: Jim Smith, Performer:  Deleware Intertribal Youth Group.  All are invited, Bring your lawn chairs. Drumming, Dancing, Arts and Crafts.For information contact Richard Moore @ 417466-7037  clarkclyburn@hotmail.com

 

October 14, 2006
Oklahoma State University NASA Contest Powwow
Galleghar-Iba Arena on Hall of Fame St., Stillwater, OK., 74077
Headman: Dillon Moore, Headlady: Andrea Kihega, MC: Archie Mason, Arena Director: Randy Moore.  Contest Info: Mens and Womens contests as well as Juniors and Golden Age. There will also be a Drum Contest, and all drums are invited. Head Singer is Larry Cozad. For information contact Jessica Moore, or Dillon Moore @ 405-774-0401 jessica.r.moore@okstate.edu

 

October 14, 2006

16th Annual All Children's Powwow
Pojoaque Pueblo Wellness Center gym, 101 Lightning Loop, Pojoaque Pueblo, New Mexico

Tiny Tots through 15 years old.  Registration begins 8:00AM; Grand Entry 11:00AM; end time 5:30 PM. Contest Categories; Prize Money; Point System. Head Dancers TBA. Public Welcome; Free Admission.  All Drums Welcome.Crafts Vendors, Contact us.

Juanita or Frank Turley

919-A Chicoma Vista, Santa Fe, NM  87507
505-471-8608    teewelder@msn.com
 

October 14 - 15, 2006
8th ORNAIC Native American Festival
Hwy. 44, Taylorsville, KY.
Headman: Jeff Hatmaker, Headlady: Donna Dunn, Host Drums: Southern Singers, Arena Director Randy Jackson.  For Vendor and other information contact Bruce Brading @ 502-532-7290

 

October 14 - 15, 2006
2nd Annual Patuxent River Intertribal Pow wow
3255 Kings Landing Rd., Huntingtown, MD., 20639
Headman: Mike Connolly, Headlady: Diane Sefcik, MC: Tim Ortiz, Host Drums: Mother Earth Beat, Arena Director: Tom Beck. Lead Elder: Albert Ward.Admission is Free.  Camping available to drum groups, dancers, and vendors. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and spend the day reveling in our common ties as we honor Life!   Drumming,  intertribal dancing, demonstrators,vendors and food.  For vendor and other informaton contact K. Berry @ 410-414-8195 Kings Landing Park, Huntingtown, MD

 

October 14 - 15, 2006
Pow-Wow in the POCONOS 2006
RR-2, Dingmans Ferry, PA., 18328
Host Drums: Black Horse Butte.  Dancers day money available for first 50 registerd dancers.Share in this beautiful Celebration of song & dance. HOOP-dance performances. storytelling, flute playing. native american food. authentic and educational arts & Crafts.    Close to Home, where learning Comes Naturally!  For Vendor and other information contact Ethan Huner @ 570-828-2319  peec@ptd.net 
http://www.peec.org
 
October 20 - 22, 2006
Ho-Chunk Nation Sports & Expo Center Pow Wow
19700 Stoney Island Ave., Lynwood, IL., 60411
MC: Chris Gryzlick & Bruce Sonnenberg Sr., Host Drums: Bearheart, Other Drums: Ho-Chunk Nation, Arena Director: Bobby Bird Sr.
For information contact Chicago Branch Office Ho-Chunk Nation @ 773-202-8433  info@hochunknationsportsandexpocenterpowwow.com

 

October 20 - 22, 2006

Fall Gathering at Manataka

Bald Eagle Mountain Park & Campgrounds and Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds, Hot Springs (Manataka), AR

Religious Ceremonies; Membership Recognitions; Presentation by Eastern Shoshone Elder Bennie LeBeau; Craft Demonstrations; Teaching Circles, Storytelling, Children's Games. Food and Craft vendors. For more details, directions and vendor info see:

http://www.manataka.org/page493.html

October 20 - 22, 2006

Cherokees Of Alabama
National Guard Armory, Hwy 69 West, Arab, AL.
Headman: Stockingwolf - Donal Coleman, Headlady: wolfwonan - Tersea Bolduc, MC: Art Bolduc, Host Drums: Cherokee Road Singers, Arena Director: Vic Two Hawks Ball.  This is a family event no drugs or alochol allowed, So bring your lawn chairs and spend the day with us. There will be a auction for Tesa on sunday at 3:00 p.m Tesa is a place that all the needy familys go and get help on food and household bills, so come out and help us help those that need it.  All Vendors are Welcome. There Is A 100.00 Fee For All 3 Days, With Friday Being Kids Day.  For information contact Redhawk @ 256-931-6004  redhawk1947@yahoo.com  
 

October 20 - 22, 2006

25th Annual NAIA Powwow & Fall Festival
Long Hunter Park, 2910 Hobson Pike, Nashville, TN., 37076
MC: Denis Zotigh.  Contest info: DANCE COMPETITION - Native Americans Only $20,450 + prize money. Dance Specials Switch
Dance Men $250 Women $250 Winner take all. Two-Step Contest $500 / Winner take all. (free style) Team Dance Contest $500 / Winner take all. Lucky Dog Drawing Dancers who don't place will have
their number put in a hat and FIVE (5) Lucky Dog Dancers' numbers
will be drawn and receive $100 each. FarAway Prize The Dancer and Vendor who travelled the longest distance to be at the PowWow will receive $100 each. Vendors Booth Space: Preregister by 1 October 2006 Native American Crafts Only. No grave furniture.  For information and registration contact Bill Wells @ 615-459-3156  naia@bellsouth.net   http://www.naiatn.org/powwow/

 

October 20 - 22, 2006
10th Annual Ossahatchee Pow Wow & Indian Festival
Harris Co. Soccer Field, Highway 116 E., Hamilton, GA., 31811
MC: Ron Colombe. Contest Info: Dance registration fee is gate admission. Each individual member must be registered. Registration begins Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Judging begins Saturday and continues through Sunday. Dancers must be in all Grand Entries. Saturday 1:00 & 7:00 p.m. & Sunday 1:00 p.m. Over $16,000.00 in prize money to be awarded. Drum & Dance Competition.  Anyone with proper regalia is welcome to dance. Primitive Skill Demonstrations. Indian Arts & Crafts, Artwork by Joe Belt. Leather, Jewelry, Pottery, Basket making and an authentic Southeastern Indian Hunters Encampment.  For information contact Lisa Scully @ 706-628-7653  powwow@ossahatchee.org    http://www.ossahatchee.org

 

October 21, 2006
Scoutbase Pow Wow
Hwy. 61 S. from Memphis, Paul Battle Arena, Tunica, MS.
Headman: Zack Case, Headlady: Keelah Willyard, Host Drums: Grey Wolfe/Shoti Ikbi.  Free to pow wow participants and daytrippers  Camping Facilities/showers available All Dance styles welcome.  Paul Battle Arena between Tunica and Casinos. Hwy 61. 30 mins south of Memphis. Dancing inside on dirt floor. Rain/shine.  For information contact Michael Lowery @ 662-647-3921  mikelow@tecinfo.com
http://www.scoutbase2006.com
 

October 21 - 22, 2006

Four Bay Winds Fourth Annual Native American Gathering
Union Ave., Havre de Grace, MD., 21078
Host Drums: Iroquois Thunderheart, Other Drums: Eagle Thunder, Arena Director: Marty Sheeler.  All children MUST be accompanied by an adult.  Camping available for event performers and merchants on site  Traders by invitation only.  Vendors wanted: Still looking for two more food vendors. One Pit and One fishfry.  For information contact Rev. Amy Paul @ 410 942 0542 or Rick Coffey 443 910 4868  NezPerceInMD@comcast.net     http://uccgms.bravehost.com
 

October 21 -22, 2006

Third Annual Harvest Moon Pow Wow
Carson Park, Paducah, KY.
Headman: Barry Red Bird Brown, Headlady: Winawachika, MC: Ernie Walters, Host Drums: Bird Chopper, Arena Director: Little Hawk.
For information contact Stella Brown @ 270-988-2605  Mantlerockctr@aol.com     www.mantlerock.org
 

October 21 -22, 2006

13th Annual Accohannock Fall Festival & Pau Wau
28325 Farm Market Rd., Marion Station, MD., 21838
MC. & Arena Director: John Blackfeather.  Camping for vendors and dancers.  Demonstrations of tool making, weapons, and survival skills. Oyster sandwiches, Indian tacos, buffalo burgers, and more.  For vendor and other information contact Tribal Office @ 410-623-2660

 

 

October 21 - 22, 2006

Euharlee Veterans Pow Wow
Covered Bridge Rd., Echarlee, GA.
Headman: Smitty Smith, MC: Gary Smith, Host Drums: Aracoma Lightening. Arena Director: Keith Smith.  Vendors by invitation only. For information contact  Joey Pierce @ 404-377-4950  amndn@mindspring.com

 

October 22, 2006

Manataka American Indian Council

Regular Membership Meeting - Elder Council Meeting

Bald Eagle Mountain Park and Campgrounds, Hot Springs, AR

Details: 501-627-0555 or manataka@sbcglobal.net

 

October 27- 29, 2006

Lumbee Fall Powwow
636 Prospect Rd., Pembroke, NC., 28372
More Information to follow.  Please contact Victoria Bryant @ 910-521-8602  lrda@lumbee.org     http://www.lumbee.org
October 27 - 29, 2006
18th Annual Meherrin Indian Pow-Wow
Meherrin Tribal Grounds, 852 NC Hwy 11 N. Ahoskie, NC.
MC: Clark Stewart, Host Drums: Medicine Tail.  A pow-wow drum competition as well as our very first hand drum competition will be held this year. Come and show us what you are made of.   Camping is available and free to all pow-wow participants however there are no shower facilities.  Vender applications can be e-mailed or sent throught the postal service upon request.  For information contact Meherrin Tribe @ 252-398-3321  Meherrin@inteliport.com       http://www.meherrintribe.com

October 27 - 29, 2006

Powwow of the Cherokee Wolf Clan
Hwy. 22, Parkers Crossroads, TN.
MC: Monty Williams, Host Drums: Great Hope Drum, Arena Director: David White Wolf Man Bear.  Dancers and All Drums Welcome.  Dancers in regalia, Register and admitted Free.  Anyone in Uniform (Law enforcement, EMS/Paramedics, Boy and Girl Scouts, etc) admitted Free.  Luck of the Draw Dance.  Bring your lawn chairs and blankets. For information write: Cherokee Wolf Clan, 16370 Hwy 424, Yuma, TN., 38390 or call Joseph Manycoats @ 731-986-9166, Letha "She Wolf" 731-279-4774, or Cindy Blue Feather 731-415-9657

 

October 28, 2006

8th Annual Traditional Powwow

Fieldhouse, Univ. of Wisconsin, Platteville WI

1pm & 7pm Grand Entries

Host Drum: Lake Delton Singers

Contact: Carl Allsup

608-342-1705

allsup@uwplatt.edu 

www.uwplatt.edu

 

October 28, 2006
Bacon College Fall Pow Wow
2299 Old Bacone Road, Muskogee, OK., 74403
Headman: George, MC: Sammy, Arena Director: Kevin Connywerdy. Honored Bacone Alumni-Steve Littleman, Invited Special Guests-Kiowa Gourd Clan, Head Gourd Dance Singer-Silas Satepauhoodle, Head War Dance Singer-Herb Adson.  Vendor fee is $50. for a 10X10 Space.  Call 918-687-3299 for more information. For other info. contact Kyle Taylor @ 918-360-1085  taylork@bacone.edu

 

October 28, 2006
Northwest Missouri State University PowWow
Lamkin Arena, 800 University Drive, Maryville, MO., 64468
MC: Manny King. Contests for Juniors, Men, Women, Tiny Tots, and Golden Age.  All are welcome.  For information contact Barbara Crossland @ 660-562-1776  barbara@nwmissouri.edu

 

October 28, 2006 - 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Nixon Centennial Celebration Intertribal Indian Powwow

Nixon-Smiley HS Gym, 800 N Rancho Road, Nixon, TX

Inter-Tribal Indian Pow Wow Exhibition: Southern Drum: Bull Creek, Nico Pena; MC: Ray Duncan, Cherokee; HLD: Jessica Roughface - Paul, PONA; AD: Steve Zavala, Veteran.  11:00 Gourd dancing (Richard Luna, Korean Veteran), $3 admission, students free w/school ID; Please bring folding chairs and wear soft sole shoes. NO alcohol, drugs or weapons permitted.

Ray Duncan  210-823-3947   VRDuncan@satx.rr.com
http://nixontxcofc.bizland.com/centennial.html
 

October 28 - 29, 2006
2nd Annual Native American Festival
Riverside Drive, Leesburg, AL., 35983
Headman: Keith LittleBadger, Headlady: Karen Cooper, MC: John Ferguson, Host Drums: Aracoma Lightening Singers, Guest Drums: Sacred Hoop Singers, Performer: Mike Serna, Arena Director: Charles LaHay.  On Saturday there will ba a Traditional Cherokee Wedding, Sunday we will Honor our Veterans.  The Alabama Moving Wall & Sister Kateri will be there.  There is limited full-hookup sites, cost: $20 per nite, There is unlimited dry camping at no charge to dancers, drums.  Dry camping is available to the public for the admission charge. All Vendor slots are full.  For more information contact Wyn Morgan @ 256-557-1746

October 28 - 29, 2006

Comanche Peak Pow Wow
Somervell Co. Expo. Center 202 Bo Gibbs Blvd., Glen Rose, TX., 76043
Headman: Joe Noah, Headlady: Charlotte McCurtain, MC: Albert Old Crow, Host Drums: Comanche Moon & Elton Yellowfish.  Drum Contest & Dance Contest Over $6000 in prize money. All welcome. The Pow Wow will feature an extensive marketplace where over 60 vendors will offer arts and crafts, jewelry, clothing, blankets, books, Native foods, (Indian tacos, frybread) and other native items for purchase.  Main Arena Heated & Air Conditioned in Glen Rose, TX. Vendor spaces are limited, so please call or write for the form.  Booth fee is $50. per booth, and $10. for electricity.  Write Comanche Peak Powwow, P.O. Box 2548, Glen Rose, Tx., 76043. You will only be notified if application is approved. You may call to verify approval. A $25 Tax-Deductible Donation is Required for Raffle. All Vendors Must Sale Native Items. For information, contact Kim McDonald @ 817-578-4705  KRBrowneyes@yahoo.com   http://www.comanchepeakpowwow.com

 

NOVEMBER

November 3 - 5, 2006

Hunting Moon Pow Wow 2006

Milwaukee Exposition Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Sponsored by Forest County Potawatomi

3-Day Drum & Dance Competition.  Over $70,000 in Prize Money

Drum Groups must register by calling Dan Smith - 715-889-0026

For more information please call 414-847-7320 

kayg@paysbig.com  
www.paysbig.com

 

November 4, 2006

3rd Annual Bell's Route Trail of Tears Memorial Walk

Pulaski, Tennessee
TNVS- Color Guard; Tanasi Thunder Drum; Cathy's Frybread; 
Skinsations/TNVS; Cherokee Bottled Water; Robert J. Metcalf-Flintknapper; Gray Spirit Craft vendor 

Vicky Garland  931-766-0827
55 C.C. Road, Lawrenceburg, TN 38464
vlg42@hotmail.com
www.home.earthlink.net/~bellsroute/id4.html

 

November 4, 2006  11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

5th Annual American Indian Day Family Picnic

Griffith Park Crystal Springs Picnic Area, 4730 Crystal Springs Drive, Los Angeles, Ca. 90027

(U.A.I.I. Inc.) System of Care program is proudly sponsoring the

A gathering of American Indian Families for a day of socialization and enjoyment featuring a free barbeque, live band, cultural music, volley ball, arts and crafts tables, children’s activities and mini powwow.

Looking for a drum group and dancers for the pow wow and 15-30 min cultural entertainers to perform throughout the day.

Rachel Lopez  213 241-0979 ext.7119

Cherokeerachel@aol.com

 

November 4. 2006

Traditional PowWow Along The Owashtinong

VanAndel Museum Center, Grand Rapids, MI

M/C: John Bailey; H/D: Ribbon Town; H/V: George Martin; H/M: Derek Bailey; H/F: Lori Shusta; A/D: Tim Loonsfoot.

Ben -- 272 Pearl ST NW, Grand Rapids, MI  49504  616.456.3977
ben@nocturnalinnovations.com

www.anishinabek.com
 

November 4 - 5, 2006

7th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow

Travis Air Force Base, CA

Travis Native American Heritage Council

Head Staff: MC - Dennis Carr; (Piegan/Blackfeet and Tamaka) Whip man - Val Shadowhawk (Cree/Blackfeet & Choctaw); Head Gourd - Earl Neconie (Kiowa); Head Man - Steve Middlerider; Head Woman Ilene Bouton; Head Young Woman - Cynthia Garza (Aztec/Kiowa/ Apache); Head JR Boy - Running Bear Carr (Piegan/Blackfeet); Head JR Girl - Amy Aroyo; Northern Host Drum -  All Nations; Southern Host Drum - Southern Express.  All Gourd dancers and drums welcome. Vendors needed.  You have to be put on a list to be able to access Travis, co please sign up now!!  The deadline is October 27. 
Dennis Sholler, NAHC Public Affairs  707-642-2822
Edwin Allert, NAHC Chair - 707-290-4908  707-447-6761
eallert@aol.com

Albert Garlick   707-580-7398
49 Chaucer Lane, Fairfield, CA  94533
garnak@comcast.net
http://home.comcast.net/~garnak/

 

November 11 - 12, 2006

Veteran's Day Gourd Dance

Tulsa Convention Center, Tulsa, OK

Invited Groups: Kiowa Gourd Clan, Osage Gourd Clan, Cherokee Gourd Society, Commanche Little Ponies, Lenapi Gourd Clan, Absentee Shawnee, Delaware War, Mother Society, Pawnee Veteran’s, And More Sponsored by the Native American Times

Adam Proctor
12833 E. 41st St. • Tulsa, OK 74146
Tulsa, Oklahoma   74146  (918) 438-6548   adam@okit.com

 

November 11 - 12, 2006

Indigenous Awareness Month & Gathering Powwow: Honoring Our Men & Women of the Armed Forces

California State University Northridge @ East Music Lawn

American Indian Student Association Powwow Committee.  Free Admission; Parking $4.00.  Alcohol or Drugs Not Allowed
Sale of Sacred Items Not Allowed
18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, CA  91330
(818) 677 - 7314  aisacsun@yahoo.com   www.myspace.com/aisaatcsun

 

November 11 - 12, 2006

Watonga Cheyenne Veterans Powwow
Watonga, Oklahoma

The Watonga Cheyenne Veterans, Inc. is a locally organized group of Cheyenne tribal members who recognize the present mmembers of the military and remember the ones that have payed the supreme sacrifice for the safety of our country. We respect this holiday and sponsor this culture event of socialization for the military. The Pow-wow consists of contest in each of the categories, special recognition for the military and rememberance by raising of the flags. Special invitation to members and families of the military. Also all princesses are welcomed. Vendors welcomed.

Fred Blackbear
Box 902, Watonga, OK  73772
580-623-2629  fblackbear@yahoo.com

November 17 - 19, 2006

8th annual Pahrump Social Powwow

Petrack Park, Pahrump, NV  (60 miles N/W of Las Vegas)

Indian Hand Games and Indian Rodeo friday and saturday evenings. 
Entertainment Includes: Millard Clark Singers and Dancers, Fernando Cellicion and Company, Xavier Yxayotl and Aztec Dancers, artist and flutest David Eveningthunder and Hoop Dancers. This is a non competitive Powwow however ALL Competition Dancers are welcome to come practice at our Social Powwow.

Paula Elefante, PO Box 854, Pahrump, NV  89041
775-209-3444
pahrumppowwow@yahoo.com
www.pahrumppowwow.com

 

November 17 - 19, 2006

10th Fall Honoring Veterans Powwow

N82 Navy Base Gym, Millington, TN

American Indian Association of Millington, TN

Head Man Dancer: William Dances with Turtles Willyard; Head Lady Dancer: Rebecca J. Burrow Overture; MC: Ken Dixon, Sr; Arena Director: P. David Myers, Jr.; Host Northern Drum: Grey Wolf; Host Southern Drum: Jarvis Poahway Commanche Southern Singers; Boy Scouts and Girl Scounts in uniform Free. Active Military ID Free.

aiawbmstr@yahoo.com

 

November 18 - 19, 2006

7th Annual Honor to the Veterans Pow-Wow

KCKS Community College 7250 State Ave., Kansas City, KS

Gourd Dancing, Grand Entry & Intertribal.  Color Guard Indian Veterans Warrios Soc. of KC.  Head Man Dancer Tony Flores; Head Lady Angel Talawyma; Head Singer Max No Ear; Head Gourd Dancer Norm Johnson;  AD Warren Hawk; MC Don Green feather

Carolyn King, 600 West 39th, Kansas City, MO  64111
816-421-7608
cking_haic@yahoo.com
www.haicindian.com

 

November 18 - 19, 2006

Cal Poly Pomona's 8th Annual Healing the Earth Powwow

University Park, Cal Poly Pomona

3801 W. Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768

Hosted by the Native American Student Center

Saturday 9 AM to 9 PM, Sunday 9 AM to 6 PM. All Nations Welcome. Open to the Public - Everyone Invited. Free Parking. Free Admission. Gourd Dancing. Native Arts and Crafts. Native American Food. Children's Cultural Activities and Storytelling. Special Performances by Elk Whistle - Native American Flutist (Tsalagi),

Terry Goedel - Hoop Dancer (?), Ohlone Humaya Dancers, Apache  Crown Dancers.  Drum Contest. Tiny Tots Dance Contest

Head Gourd Dancer - Saginaw Grant (Sac-n-Fox/Iowa/Otoe-Missouri)

Head Man Dancer - Dean Webster (Ojibwe/Oneida). Head Woman Dancer - Dawn Gallerito-Thompson (Mescalero Apache), Head Young Man Dancer - Corey Sage Thompson (Mescalero Apache), Head Young Woman Dancer - Cheyennena Bedonie, (Blackfeet/Powhatan/ Dineh); M. C. - Michael Reifel (San Carlos Apache); Arena Director - Gene Webster (Ojibwe/Oneida); Host Southern Drum - Hale and Company; Host Northern Drum - Bear Springs Singers; Spiritual Advisor - John Funmaker - Lakota; Dancers, Drums, Gourd Dancers Welcome; Gourd Dancing Begins 10:00 AM. Grand Entry 12 Noon

Bill Neal - Powwow Coordinator 909-985-4184 elkwhistle@adelphia.net

Native American Student Center - 909/869-3967 nascpomona@yahoo.com  www.dsa.csupomona.edu/nasc

 

 

November 19, 2006

Manataka American Indian Council

Regular Membership Meeting - Elder Council Meeting

Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds, Hot Springs, AR or

in case of inclimate weather; Phil's Restaurant, 800 East Grand, Hot Springs, AR

Details: 501-627-0555 or manataka@sbcglobal.net

 

November, 23 - 26, 2006

2nd Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Dance

I-75 in Ocala, FL

Come join us for a Holiday weekend. Full of Family Oriented fun and Celebration!  - Open intertribal Dancing, - Informal Dance Thurs. Evening; - Story telling by Kashka LaRue (Tlinget); - Ongoing demonstrations the entire weekend; - Children’s activities; - Flute Music by the Dreamweavers; - Art/Craft competition Sat morning; - Evening Trade Blanket Session; - Sunday morning Trade session. Free Admission, Free Parking and Camping.  Traders by written invitation only Spaces Full).  Full food concession Sarah Chase , 352-495-1748

November, 24 - 26, 2006

Firewalker's Legacy Hart Spring Powwow

Trenton, Florida

Native Drumming, Dancing, Crafts and Food Vendors. Paint the Pony.

Helen Three Does Blair 352-463-7321

BLAIRBULLS@AOL.COM

 

November 24 - 26, 2006
13th Anniversary of the Canadian Aboriginal Festival
Rogers Centre, (SkyDome) Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The Festival offers something for everyone from shopping, food, spectecular  dancing,  lacrosse, contemporary music, visual arts, and many other items.  Everyone is welcome, all races and creeds. By being a part of our Canadian showcases for Aboriginal people, you would in affect be honoring us with your presence.  info@canab.com 

 

November 24, 2006

Welcome Home Celebration and Honor Dance

Comanche Community Center, Apache, OK

Co-Hosts: Kiowa War Mothers, Carnegie Victory Club, Comanche Little Ponies and Tiah-Piah Society of Oklahoma.  Special Invited Organizations: Kiowa Black Leggings Society, Kiowa Gourd Clan, Kiowa Native American Church, Old Chief Lone Wolf Descendants, SW Vietnam Veterans, Thomas Service Club.  Special Invitation to:  Ms. Pansy Flower Paukei, Kiowa Tribal Princess and all area Princesses  Victory dance, Shuffle dance, Charging songs, Return of the Warrior Processional/Kiowa War Mother Songs/Social & War Dance/Contest tabulation begins.  Contest Categories: Sponsored by Sgt. Cozad, Family and Friends Men’s Southern Straight (18 yrs. & over) 1st $300, 2nd $200, 3rd $100; Men’s Fancy War Dance (18 yrs. & over) 1st $300, 2nd $200, 3rd $100; Ladies Southern Cloth (18 yrs. & over) 1st $300, 2nd $200, 3rd $100; Ladies Southern Buckskin (18 yrs. & over) 1st $300, 2nd $200, 3rd $100; Boy’s Southern Straight (7-17 yrs.) 1st $150, 2nd $100, 3rd $50; Girl’s Southern Buckskin/ Cloth (7-17 yrs.) 1st $150, 2nd $100, 3rd $50; Tiny Tots (6 and under) Contest Coordinator:  Deb Emhoolah.   Please bring your own chairs - byoc. Host committee to have concession and raffles. 10 arts/crafts vendor spaces available, $35 cash only, provide your own table/ chairs, first come first serve basis, call to reserve a space. 
Andy Cozad at 303-650-4966 or Cheryl Cozad 303-672-5161

saycoin311@aol.com

 

November 25 - 26, 2006

Festival of the Americas Powwow
El Dorado County Fairgrounds, Placerville, CA

All Drums and Dancers Welcome. Free Admission. Drum Contest.
Open Gourd Dancing, Competition Dancing, Quality Arts/Crafts,  Vendors, Exhibition Dance Groups, Native Archery Competition, 
Hand Game Tournament. Master of Ceremonies: Tom Phillips, Kiowa
Arena Director: Art Martinez, Chumash; Host Northern Drum: All Nations; Host Southern Drum: Southern Express; Head Man: Val Shadowhawk, Cree/Blackfoot; Head Woman: Carrie Zade, Pawnee/ Tsalagi; Head Teen Boy: Winter Fox Frank, Wintu/Maidu; Head Teen Girl: Lena Polk, Apache/Cherokee; Grand Entry: Saturday: 1pm & 7pm - Sunday: Noon.The Festival of the Americas Planning Committee, is not responsible for travel expenses, stipends, or lodging, except where previously agreed to in writing, and is not responsible for loss due to theft, accident or personal injury  
530-647-0423 or 530-644-5793

 

DECEMBER

December 1 - 3, 2006

Leesburg Powwow, Leesburg, FL

Hwy 27 south end of Leesburg Fl. just past the post office

gates open 9:am to 9:pm.  Grand Entry Friday 7:pm, Saturday 1:pm and 7:pm, Sunday 1:pm, Song,dance,flute and demo's

Tom Lipps
Hwy 27 South, Leesburg, Florida  34748
352-418-3179  tlipps@cfl.rr.com
 

December 8 - 10, 2006

NHGI 5th Annual Powwow

Wickham Park Pavilion, Melbourne, FL

Competition Pow Wow for dancers and drums, with over $8000.00 in prize money Friday is school day and over 1000 children are educated about Native culture. Grand Entry is at 1:00pm & 7:00pm. 

Will Davis, 2225 Columbia Blvd., Titusville, FL 32780  321-269-9768
davzaw@aol.com
www.nativeheritagegathering.org

 

December 16 - 18th, 2006

Muskogee Creeks of North Florida Veterans Gathering
642 Frank Pais Rd. Midway, Florida.

All Veterans are welcome
Paul Eagleheart McGee, enhinga@earthlink.net  850-575-0604.
 

December 17, 2006

Manataka American Indian Council

Christmas Party and Regular Membership Meeting

Gulpha Gorge Campgrounds, Hot Springs, AR or

in case of inclimate weather; Phil's Restaurant, 800 East Grand, Hot Springs, AR

Details: 501-627-0555 or manataka@sbcglobal.net

 

December 31, 2006

Fort Mojave Sobriety Pow Wow 2006

Mohave Valley, AZ

Talking Circles throughout day and night. Community Dinner. Children's activities. Vendors welcome (no fee, no utilities provided).

Lupe Ramos

500 Merriman Avenue, Needles, CA  92363
928.346.1121
apr2000@ftmojave.com   

 

December 31, 2006

Eagle Water Powwow
From Massey go to Sagamok

Come out and bring your family

Nevada John - 705-865-1636

Massey, Ontario  Candada Pop1po
boycrazy190@hotmail.com

 

 

 

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