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2007 Powwow & Events Calendar

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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

 

The two syllables pow and wow are not separated.  The word appears as powwow.

 

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JANUARY 2007

January 27, 2007, Saturday Only

Winter Traditional Pow-Wow

Pearl River Facility Building, Choctaw, MS

Choctaw Reservation

Sponsored by REZ BOYS. 11:30 am   Gourd Dancing: 1:30 pm, Grand Entry: 4:30 pm, Supper Break: 5:30 pm, Gourd Dancing: 7:00 pm, Grand Entry: 10:00 pm Close. All Drums and Dancers Welcome. Dance Specials will be held to win prizes. (MUST BE IN REGALIA). Categories will be combined if only one dancer in a category. Food Vendors - 2 spaces available for $50.00. Vendor provides all equipment & utilities. Arts and Crafts vendors - $25.00 for one table indoors. Contact: Casey Bigpond @ (601) 650-1987

 

FEBRUARY 2007

February 3, 2007  11am-10pm

4th Honoring the Children Traditional /Educational Powwow

Sports and Activity Center, Frank Petretti Field house, D160, UW – Parkside, 900 Wood Road, Kenosha WI.

The event is a social and gathering of Native American people centered on teaching young people the importance of tradition, family, honoring the veterans for their service, and to show the tiny tots how to have a good time.  Awards and recognition are given to the deserving.  Gifts are given.  Honor songs are sung.  It's time to show-off the new dance regalia.  Pow Wow times give us the chance to celebrate and reflect on Native American Heritage and to share this with the community. Public welcome. Drummers & Dancers Free with Door Registration.

Robert Anderson, Sacred Circle President - 262-652-1953

Rebecca Coan-Henderleiter, Vice President - 262-658-3880

joeyparkside@yahoo.com

 

February 10, 2007 - 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Stockton Benefit Powwow

University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA

David Newcomb

P.O. BOX 6439, Stockton,  CA  95206
209-808-8321 OR 209-933-7425 EX. 8069
web4eachother@sbcglobal.net
 

February 16 - 19, 2007

40th Annual O'Odham Tash Fair & Rodeo

Casa Grande, AZ

Starting Saturday at 12:00pm with Gourd Dancing; Grand Entry at 1:00pm. Dance & Drum contest. Head Staff: MC-Dennis Bowen, Arena Director-Taite Honadick, Head Judge-Nathan Largo, Head Man-Myron Klain, Head Lady-Maurissa Two Two, Host Northern Drum-Ghost Horse, Host Southern Drum-Panther Creek, Gourd Society-AZ Territorial Gourd Society. Special Guests: Miss Indian Arizona 06'-07 Cissimarie M. Juan, Native American Comedian Teresa M. Choyguha. Booth space available (Native American Arts & Crafts only).  Open to the public~Free Admission~Alcohol & Drug Free Event. Bring Chairs & Enjoy! Also, All-Indian Co-ed Slowpitch Softball tournament February 16-18, 2007. Camping.

Georgette Johnson (520) 450-1338

Kevin Juan (520) 450-1336 or (520) 361-4057.

P.O. Box 2092, Sacaton, AZ 85247
oodham.tash_powwow@yahoo.com
www.oodhamtash.freeservers.com/index.html
 

February 16 - 18, 2007

Vero's Thunder on the Beach Powwow 2007
Indian River County Fairgrounds, Vero Beach, FL

Head Man: Ed Winddancer; Head Woman, Johnna Blalock, Arena Director: Billy Kipp; MC: David Whitewolf Trezak; Southern Drum: Red Bird Jrs; Northern Drum: Medicine Tail; Wrede's Wildlife.  30 Artist booth, 3 food vendor, Teepee Village.  All dancers and drums invited.

Dona Chesser - 772-567-1579

1670 11TH Place, Vero Beach, FL  32960
deedee1579@aol.com


February 17- 18- 2007

11TH Annual Wildhorse Powwow

North Torrance High School, 3620 W. 182nd ,Torrance, CA

All Drums and Dancers Welcome.  Dancing and singing; Arts and Crafts; Free Admission. MC: Arlie Neskahi, Dene; Headman: Giles Bullshield, Blackfeet; Head Woman: Marilyn Shigetani, Lakota/Plains Cree; Arena Director: Wildhorse.  Men's straight dance contest. Women's Golden Age Dance Contest.  Sponsored by the WIldhorse Native American Association.

Contact:  (310) 987-1274

redbirds_vision@hotmail.com

 

February 24-25, 2007

South Dakota State University 17th Annual Spring Powwow

Frost Arena (SDSU Campus), Brookings, SD

Head Staff: MC-Butch Felix, AD-Avery Thompson, Head Judge-Sharon Fineday, Color Guard-Gordon Weston Post; Admission: $4 per day or $5 for the weekend, Children under 6 and Senior Citizens admitted free; Dance Contest Begins Saturday; Dance Specials: Men's and Women's Switch Dance, Velva Lu Spencer Memorial-Jingle Dress and Grass Dance Special; Grand Entry Times: Saturday-1 & 7pm, Sunday 1pm; Hotel Accommodations: Comfort Inn 605-692-9566, Super 8 605-692-6920; For vendor information, contact Steven Martin.

Steven Martin - 605-688-6653
Box 2815, Brookings, SD  57007
steven.martin@sdstate.edu

 

MARCH 2007

March 2 - 4, 2007

Thundering Spirit Family Powwow

Renningers Twin Markets, Hwy 441, Mount Dora, FL

Honoring the Creator

Gates Open 10:00 am Daily, Friday: Children’s DAY!!!! Special Demonstrations, Games; Friday – March 2nd:  Grand Entry 7:00 pm; Saturday – March 3rd :  Grand Entry  1:00 pm  &  7:00 pm; Sunday – March 4th:    1:00 pm;  Emcee:  Ric Bird; Head Veteran: Ed Roth; Head Man: Enoch Haubenstricker; Head Lady: Naomi ‘Walela Gentle Flight’; Host Drum: Family Drum; Co-Host Drum: Bird Chopper Bird Family Drum; Fire Keeper: Joe ‘Walking Elk’; Color Guard: Veterans Honor Society.  Daily Entertainment by:   2005 NAMA Winner - Native Fiddle & Flute Artist “Arvel Bird”; Singer/songwriter: Crystal Woman; 2002 NAMA “Flutist of the Year” Tommy “Wildcat”; Family Drum Singers; story teller Sarah “Sunshine Badger Woman”; Dineh Singer Allen Mose, Jr.;  dancing/singing by “Bird Chopper Bird Family”; dancing by “Tlatlacayolotl” (Earth, Man, Heart)- Aztec Family Dancers; Story teller Grandma Coyote; Tlingit Legend Keeper/Storyteller “Kashka”; Special appearances by: Paint the Pony & “Thunder” the American Bald eagle.  Native Crafts, Food, Dancers, Muisic. Special exhibits: Remembering Always Veterans Memorial; Kids Beating Cancer; Native American Cancer Awareness Programs/Mayo Clinic; Wrede’s Wildlife Rehab Center.  Bring the whole family & spend the day!!!!  Bring blankets or chairs.!
Tony Ledford
P.O. Box 1141, Eustis, FL  32727
(352) 636-4271 or (800)  619-0045  Ext.  61
P.O. Box 1141  Eustis, Florida 32727
ThunderSpiritFam@netscape.net  

 

March 3, 2007 - Saturday

3rd Annual Powwow

Heritage Hall, 200 W. Broadway, Ardmore, OK

Sponsored by Ardmore HS Native American Club.

MC: Hammond Motah, Carnegie, OK; Head Singer: Rylan Gwen, Blackbear Creek, Pawnee, OK; Head Man Dancer: Dale Roberts, Ada, OK; Head Lady Dancer: Renda Walters, Edmond, OK; Arena Director:  Bill Takeshorse, Colbert, OK; Color Guard: Riverside Indian School.  Program Schedule: 2:00-5:00  Gourd Dancing;  5:00-6:00  Supper Break: 6:00-7:00  Gourd Dancing: 7:00: Grand Entry  7:30: DreamCatcher’s Royalty Crowning  8:00-11:00: Social dancing/special ontests & Performance by Apache Fire Dancers  (Riverside Apache Club).  Tiny Tots- 0-7 Years old.  Jr. Boys (8-12) & Teens (13-17) winner-take-all: (Fancy Dance)   Jr. Girls (8-12) & Teens (13-17) Winner-take-all: (Southern Cloth & Fancy Shawl)  Women’s Southern Cloth Winner-take-all Men’s Traditional- in Honor of Hatak Yearby (sponsored by DreamCatchers Club).  For Powwow Info contact Deana Craighead: 580-226-7680 For Craft Booth Info contact Lisa Douglas: 580-221-3001 Ext. 140

 

March 3, 2007

Western Heights Indian Education Powwow
SW 44th and Council (Old Junior High Gym)

Oklahoma City, OK

Schedule: 2pm Gourd Dance, 5pm Dinner Break , 6pm Gourd Dance, Registration after supper, 7pm Grand Entry, Contest
Head Staff: M.C. - Martha Koomsa Perez, A.D. - John Shotton, Head Singer -Leonard Cozad Jr., Head Gourd Dancer - Hank Childs, Head Lady Dancer -Karen Ahhaitty Blodget, Head Man Dancer -Deswood Koshiway. Vendors - $35.00  Contact: Staff Assistant -Mary Barnes (405) 350-3410 x 4118. Director of Indian Education: Cathie Parker  Education Assistant: Cortney Yarholar
Honored Educator - Marlene Pechedo Cooper, M.Ed., Comanche Nation College. Honored Alumni - Mannix Barnes, Chief of Staff of Oklahoma Department of Labor

Cathie Parker  405-417-7990               Catherine.J.Parker@westernheights.k12.ok.us

March 10 - 11, 2007

3rd Annual Red Nations Intertribal Powwow
Clinton Farms Preserve, Ephesus Church Rd., Winston, GA

Free Parking and Free Admission. Gates open at 10 am and close at 6 pm.  Grand Entry at 12 noon (Indian Time).  All Drums and All Dancers welcome. Head Man:  Harry Driggers, Head Lady: Fire Joyner, Head Vets:  George McCarver and Smitty Smith, MC:  Gary Smith, Keeper of the Circle:  Gary Fuller and Charlie Hannah. Special Guests:  Larry Campbell and The Mexican Aztec Tlaltlacayolotl Dancers. Primitive camping available for drums and dancers.

Fire Joyner  - 678-772-6870
1170 Harlan Lane Road, Villa Rica, GA  30180
fire_prayers@yahoo.com

March 17 - 18, 2006

15th Annual Learning to Walk Together Powwow

Vandament ArenaNorthern Michigan Univ, Marquette, MI

Native American Students Association (NASA) on March 17th &

Grand Entries will be at 1pm and 7pm on Saturday, Sunday

Feast will be on Saturday at 5pm with a Hand Drum Contest!
(906) 227-1397 nasa@nmu.edu

 

March 24 - 25, 2007

Suquamish Renewal Powwow 2007
Suquamish Tribal Center Gymnasium, Poulsbo, WA
Host Drum: Red Bull; Head Man: George Jones; Head Woman: Wendy Boure; AD: Steve Old Coyote; MC: Ray Fryberg.  Saturday 24th Lunch @ Noon, Grand Entry 1pm/7pm
Sunday 25th Grand Entry @ Noon.  Jackpot Dance (all categories)

James Old Coyote   (360)394-8509
15838 Sandy Hook Rd., Poulsbo, WA  98370
jcoyote@suquamish.nsn.us
 

March 31, 2007 - Saturday Only

UW-Stevens Point “A.I.R.O.” Powwow

Berg Gym, Stevens Point, WI

Grand Entries at 1 and 7, Feast at 5.  Vendors welcome.  

Sharon Cloud - 715-346-3576

scloud@uwsp.edu

 

March 31 - April 1, 2007

35th Annual Ann Arbor "Dance for Mother Earth" Powwow

Crisler Arena, Univ. of Michigan campus, Ann Arbor, MI

Doors open at 10:30am, Grand Entries on Sat. at Noon and 7pm, on Sun at 7pm. More info on admission prices, hotels, directions, and head staff and drums (coming soon) is on our website. This is an alcohol and substance-free event!

Alyx Cadotte  -  734-763-9044
2202 Michigan Union 530 S. State St. Ann Arbor, MI  48109
powwow_committee@yahoo.com
http://www.umich.edu/~powwow
 

APRIL 2007

April 13-14, 2007

Page High School Unity Powwow

Everyone is Welcome. Benefit Contest Powwow. MC: Dennis Bowen Sr. Arena Director: Cecil American-Horse Host Drums: Cathedral Lakes Singers & Southern Outlawz Head Man: Greg LaPointe Head Lady: Shamaray Yazzie Limited Vending Space Please view the powwow flyer at www.nativeinsights.net Click on the events link. This year's powwow will be on the Sand Devil Football Field. We would like to invite all Drums, Dancers and the General Public to this alcohol and drug free event. Support the PHS Unity Club....

M Begay - 928 608 4138

500 South Navajo Page, AZ 86040
native.nationz@yahoo.com
www.nativeinsights.net

 

April 13 - 15, 2007

First Annual Powwow- Columbia Tennessee
2927 Dave Roberts Road, Columbia, TN 38401

MC- Tom Hedgers; Arena Director- Luther Nix; Host Drum- Iron Necklace; Headman- Tony Walkingstick; Headlady- Alfreada Hart; Primitive camping available/ no hookups. Adults- $5; Children- $2; Under 6- Free. Grand Entry: Friday after School day 4pm central time; Saturday and Sunday Noon.
Linda West - 
931-380-1982
Wild Horse Trading
spirit_warrior@verizon.net
http://www.powwows.com/calendar/calendardisplay.php?eventid=5619
 

April 14, 2007

7th Annual Celebration of Life for All People Powwow
Red Wing Pk, 1398 General Booth Blvd., Virginia Beach VA

11 a.m. - 7 p.m. MC-Clark  Stewart; HM-Troy Adkins; HF-Emma Kelsey; AD-Thomas Lewis; Host Drum - Falling Water.  Over 5,000 attended last year's event!  Traditional pow wow.  American Indian dancing, arts and crafts, educational displays, exhibits, story telling, and authentic foods.  Vendor spaces limited and fill early. Free admission and parking. 

Debra Vick  757 427-2990
Red Wing Park 1398 General Booth Blvd., Virginia Beach VA 23451
dvick@vbgov.com   fun@vbgov.com

 

April 21 - 22, 2007
Swatara Creek Powwow
Swatara Creek Ferryhouse,
Middletown, PA

Fire Keeper Ernie Strong Bear; Emcee Charlie Running Eagle; Drums Iroqoius ThunderHeart; Native American Music By SpiritWing.  Gates Open at 10am. Grand Entry at 12pm. All Drums Welcome

Paul Bear   (717 ) 215-3079
Rt 441 & Union Street, Middletown, PA  17110
wrghtmrk@verizon.net

April 28, 29 2007

N.A.I.C. 4th Annual Spring Intertribal Fellowship Powwow

Lick Creek Park, Dover, TN

Admission $3.00 Adults, $1.00 Children and Seniors. All scouts and Military in uniform admitted FREE. No firearms, Alcohol, Drugs.   Sacred or Burial items permitted. Primitive camping available on site. No RV hook-ups. Hotels are available in Dover, Tennessee. Four legged friends are welcome on a leash. Grand Entry Saturday and Sunday at 12:30pm

Wayne Pressler - (931) 624-8392
4156 Hampton Station Road, Clarksville, TN  37040
Naic@charter.net

 

MAY 2007

May 05 - 06, 2007

14th Annual Choctaw-Apache Traditional Powwow

Festival Grounds, Zwolle  LA

May 05- 3:30PM-11:00PM; May 06- 10:30 AM-4:30PM
Head Man- Jess Osahwe, Western Cherokee; Head Lady- Brittany Meshell, Choctaw-Apache; Arena Director- Thomas Muskrat, Western Cherokee; Emcee- Thomas Dardar, United Houma Nation; Drum- Bear Claw.

Tommy Bolton  318-645-2588
P.O. Box 1428, Zwolle  LA  71486
apache71486@yahoo.com
www.choctaw-apache.org
 

May 05 - 06, 2007

St. Jude American Indian Festival
Hohenwald, TN

Proceeds benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Luck of the draw dancing. MC Ron Columbe (Sicangu Lakota), Host Drum Tanasi Thunder Singers. Vendors limited to 15, 1 food vendor. All dancers, drummers welcome!

Shannon OLear    931 628 4800
142 Grassy Valley Road, Hohenwald, TN  38462
blueholly@hotmail.com
www.calicojunctionmuleranch.com

 

May 05 - 06, 2007
14th Annual Choctaw-Apache Traditional Powwow
Festival Grounds, Zwolle LA
May 05- 3:30PM-11:00PM; May 06- 10:30 AM-4:30PM
Head Man- Jess Osahwe, Western Cherokee; Head Lady- Brittany Meshell, Choctaw-Apache; Arena Director- Thomas Muskrat, Western Cherokee; Emcee- Thomas Dardar, United Houma Nation; Drum- Bear Claw.
Tommy Bolton 318-645-2588
P.O. Box 1428, Zwolle LA 71486
apache71486@yahoo.com

www.choctaw-apache.org


May 05 - 06, 2007
St. Jude American Indian Festival
Hohenwald, TN
Proceeds benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Luck of the draw dancing. MC Ron Columbe (Sicangu Lakota), Host Drum Tanasi Thunder Singers. Vendors limited to 15, 1 food vendor. All dancers, drummers welcome!
Shannon OLear 931 628 4800
142 Grassy Valley Road, Hohenwald, TN 38462
blueholly@hotmail.com

www.calicojunctionmuleranch.com

 

May 12, 2007  Saturday,  11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Penn Cove Water Festival
Whidbey Island, Coupeville, WA
A Free Family Event! Native American Canoe Races, Live N.W. Native American Performances, Storytelling, Vendors, Children's Activities, etc. This is a longtime Historical event!

Lynda Imburgia  360-321-7863
2416 E. Sanctuary Lane, Langley, WA  98260
imburgia@whidbey.com   http://www.penncovewaterfestival.com/
 

May 05 - 06, 2007
22nd Annual UCLA Pow Wow
ULA North Athletic Field, Los Angeles, CA

Gates open @ 9:00am.  Gourd Dance: Saturday & Sunday @ 10am. Grand Entry: Saturday & Sunday @ Noon. Saturday: CA Indian Night @ 5pm. All Dancers and Singers Welcome! Free admission. Parking Available in Lot 4 & 7  Parking: $8/Day

Theresa Stewart   310-206-7513
 220 Westwood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA  90095
powwow@ucla.edu

May 12 - 13, 2007

Huntsville Powwow

6001 Pulaski Pike, Huntsville, AL 35810

Headman, Wilson SpottedBird; Headlady, Melita Hicks.

Betty Abbou - 256 746 0796

Abbou8@aol.com

 

May 12 - 13, 2007

Memorial Benefit Powwow for Sterling BigBear Jr.
Valparaiso, Indianapolis, IN

Men's Straight Dance Contest (sponsored by Soaring Eagles Youth Group).  Mother's Day Breakfast for participants.  MC Leonard Malatare.  Head Vet George Martin.

Christa Coppess   317-455-1629
6499 Decatur Commons, Indianapolis, IN  46221
turlteblood37@yahoo.com

 

May 12, 2007 Saturday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Penn Cove Water Festival
Whidbey Island, Coupeville, WA

A Free Family Event! Native American Canoe Races, Live N.W. Native American Performances, Storytelling, Vendors, Children's Activities, etc. This is a longtime Historical event!
Lynda Imburgia 360-321-7863
2416 E. Sanctuary Lane, Langley, WA 98260
imburgia@whidbey.com  http://www.penncovewaterfestival.com/


May 12 - 13, 2007
Huntsville Powwow
6001 Pulaski Pike, Huntsville, AL 35810

Headman, Wilson SpottedBird; Headlady, Melita Hicks.
Betty Abbou - 256 746 0796
Abbou8@aol.com

May 12 - 13, 2007
Memorial Benefit Powwow for Sterling BigBear Jr.
Valparaiso, Indianapolis, IN

Men's Straight Dance Contest (sponsored by Soaring Eagles Youth Group). Mother's Day Breakfast for participants. MC Leonard Malatare. Head Vet George Martin.
Christa Coppess 317-455-1629
6499 Decatur Commons, Indianapolis, IN 46221
turlteblood37@yahoo.com

May 17, 2007
DND Aboriginal Awareness Week Kick-off
12 Wing, Shearwater, Nova Scotia

Powwow open to all Aboriginal communities, DND/CF Family members. Marketplace will include craft/food vendors as well as a variety of Federal government departments and educational institution booths
Roger Pothier Brenda Field 902 469-0363
Joint Task Force Atlantic HQ, Halifax, NS B3K 5X5
rwpothie@dal.ca

May 17, 2007
DND Aboriginal Awareness Week Kick-off
12 Wing, Shearwater, Nova Scotia
Powwow open to all Aboriginal communities, DND/CF Family members. Marketplace will include craft/food vendors as well as a variety of Federal government departments and educational institution booths

Roger Pothier  Brenda Field   902 469-0363
Joint  Task Force Atlantic HQ, Halifax, NS  B3K 5X5
rwpothie@dal.ca
 

May 18 - 20, 2007
Redbirds Inter Tribal Gathering
Mantle Rock Center Marion, KY

Kids day, friday. Saterday Pow Wow Events begin with: Grand Entry, dancing and drum "Medicine Eagle". A Honor Ceremony for our local Guard Unit B-Co 2/123 will open the evening events followed by a benefit concert performed by "Spirit Wing". Sunday Powwow; Grand Entry, dance and drum.
Cathy Jeffords 270-965-5882
Mantle Rock Center 318 Sturgis Rd, Marion, KY 42064
mantlerockctr@aol.com www.mantlerock.org
 

May 18 - 20, 2007

Redbirds Inter Tribal Gathering
Mantle  Rock Center  Marion, KY

Kids day, friday. Saterday Pow Wow Events begin with: Grand Entry, dancing and drum "Medicine Eagle". A Honor Ceremony for our local Guard Unit B-Co 2/123 will open the evening events followed by a benefit concert performed by "Spirit Wing". Sunday Powwow; Grand Entry, dance and drum.

Cathy Jeffords   270-965-5882
Mantle Rock Center 318 Sturgis Rd, Marion, KY 42064
mantlerockctr@aol.com    www.mantlerock.org
 

May 19 - 20, 2007

Old Rushton Mill Intertribal Powwow

Rushton Mill, Griffin, GA

Head Man:  Smitty Smith; Jr. Head Man:  Joe Joe Morgan; Head Lady:  Wihuna ‘Fire’ Joyner; Jr. Head Lady:  Ashley Ray; Head Veteran:  John Williams; AD:  Luther Nix.  All dancers and drums welcome. Drumming, Dancing, Arts & Crafts, Flutist, Auction, Demonstrations, Vendors, Food. Bring your lawn chairs and spend the day. Volunteers Needed  Primitive Camping Available for Dancers, Drums and Vendors

Larry at 770-823-7650 or Fire at 678-772-6870

Vendors contact Tachee at 678-447-9650

Fire  678-772-6870  fire_prayers@yahoo.com

 

May 19, 2007
Celebration of Indigenous Peoples

Kaufmann and Linder Theaters, first floor, NY, NY
Free with Museum Admission, 1:00 - 4:30 p.m.
In recognition of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Grammy Award-winning Native American singer/songwriter Joanne Shenandoah* will perform with special guest Ulali*, a Native American women's a cappella group, as part of an afternoon devoted to diverse cultures that also includes films and a panel discussion with representatives from the United Nations and indigenous peoples. This program is cosponsored by the Secretariat of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, the NGO Committee on the International Decade of the World's Indigenous Peoples, and the Tribal Link Foundation.
These artists appear as part of the American Museum of Natural History's World Music Live series supported by The New York.  State Music Fund, established by the New York State Attorney General at Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.

 

May 19 - 20, 2007
Keeper of the Plains Powwow
MAAIC, 650 North Seneca, Wichita, KS. 67203

Open 9am - 9pm, contest all ages, outdoor event, no charge, Special guest "The Apache Fire Dancers." Mountain men encampment. Food concessions and craft booths. This is a Riverfestival celebration. Sponsored by Friends of the Keeper and Mid America All Indian Center. www.wichitafestivals.com

Susan Seal   620-892-5781
P.O. Box 517, Haysville, KS  67060
chocbuff@hotmail.com
 

May 19 - 20, 2007
Old Rushton Mill Intertribal Powwow
Rushton Mill, Griffin, GA

Head Man: Smitty Smith; Jr. Head Man: Joe Joe Morgan; Head Lady: Wihuna ‘Fire’ Joyner; Jr. Head Lady: Ashley Ray; Head Veteran: John Williams; AD: Luther Nix. All dancers and drums welcome. Drumming, Dancing, Arts & Crafts, Flutist, Auction, Demonstrations, Vendors, Food. Bring your lawn chairs and spend the day. Volunteers Needed Primitive Camping Available for Dancers, Drums and Vendors
Larry at 770-823-7650 or Fire at 678-772-6870
Vendors contact Tachee at 678-447-9650
Fire 678-772-6870 fire_prayers@yahoo.com
 

May 24 - 28,2007

Sand Creek Massacre & Fort Marion POW Contest Powwow
Concho Rez, El Reno, Ok

5th Contest Powwow and Artists Gathering and ceremonies!  4 days of musician, artists, and arts and crafts exhibitions!  Honoring of ALL veterans in attendance! 4 days of seminars regarding the history of the massacre at Sand Creek and the survivors who were sent to prison in Florida at Fort Marion!  On site camping available.  Motel rooms available at the casino. Vendors musicians, and artists reserve your space and performance time now Veterans, contact us so that you can find out how to be presented the Honored Services Medal during Grand Entry.

Dancers and singers contact John Sipes at 405-639-1005

Nakima Geimausaddle  580-875-3145.  580-284-5208

Route 1 Box 87, Walters, OK  73572
celebratingtraditions87@yahoo.com
  

May 26 - 28,2007

Selma Walker Memorial Powwow
Franklin County Fairgrounds, Columbus, OH

MC-Jerry Dearly,AD-Ken Irwin,Sr. Head Veteran-Roger Campbell. Head Man and Head Woman Dancers TBA each day. Host Drum-Many Voice. $7-adults,$3-seniors and students,free-5 & under & participants,$15-weekend pass. Fairgrounds charges $20/weekend for camping,includes showers & electric.

Native American Indian Center Of Central Ohio
PO Box 07705, Columbus, Ohio  43207
614-443-6120   naicco@aol.com

 

May 26 - 28,2007

Yonkers Powwow On The Hudson

JFK Memorial Park and Marina, Yonkers, NY

We try to keep this Pow Wow Family oriented, so we hope to see everyone. If you wish to vend and don't receive an application by Feb 28, 2007. Please call us. 917-415-5139. We like to see everyone there, when one person is missing it feels like a part of the family is missing.

Tony Moon Hawk & Marcey Tree In The WInd Langhorn

917-415-5139  973-981-1954

moonhawktitw@msn.com

 

May 26 - 28, 2007
2nd Hilo Inter-Tribal Powwow
Wailoa River State Park, Hilo, Hawaii

The Federation of American Natives is hosting the Second Annual Hilo Inter-Tribal Pow Wow at the Wailoa River Park in Hilo, Hawaii on Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, May 26th through May 28th, 2007, from 10 am to 6 pm.  Everyone is invited to attend this free event, which will feature dancing, drumming, singing, storytelling, a silent auction, arts and crafts and food.  This is a non-competition powwow.  Head staff:  Head Man Dancer, David Bevett (Shawnee) of Oahu, HI; Head Woman Dancer, Ann Shouting (Blood Tribe, Blackfoot Confederacy of Canada) of Cardston, Alberta, Canada; Masters of Ceremonies, Michael Horse (Yaqui/Mescalero Apache/Zuni) of Berkeley, California and Oliver Shouting (Blood Tribe, Blackfoot Confederacy) of Cardston, Alberta, Canada; and Arena Director Dan McDaniel (Choctaw) of the Big Island of Hawaii.  Special guests at the powwow include the Wapato Indian Club from Washington State.  This youth group promotes cultural understanding and fosters harmonious living among all people through the art of dance.  This group is the 2005 recipient of the prestigious Washington State Governor’s Culture Award.  Also performing at the powwow is flute player Troy "Good Medicine" De Roche (Blackfeet) who currently lives on the Big Island.  Troy’s goal is to express traditional values and the spiritual nature of Native American people through his music.  He achieves this by playing original songs from the heart without synthesizer or sampling so the true voice of the flute is heard.

Liz De Roche   (808) 968-6688
P. O. Box 647, Mountain View, HI  96771
info@hilopowwow.com
www.hilopowwow.com

 

May 31 - June 3,
Zhang San Feng Festival & Dao of Health Expo
East Stroudsburg University, E. Stroudsburg, PA

America's oldest tai chi, qigong and Taoist arts convention.  This year also hosting Doug Gray, who will guide us in creating and using a medicine wheel.  Celebrate the shamanic knowledge of the East and the West.  ALL are welcome here!  See website for details: www.TaiChiFest.com

Jim Donnelly   973 670-6582
4 Holly Court, Sussex, NJ  07461
info@TaiChiFest.com   www.TaiChiFest.com
 

JUNE, 2007

June 1 - 3, 2007

2nd annual Black Horse Powwow
Christian County Fairgrounds, Taylorville, IL

Dedicated to the memory of Bill Little Horse Barbour.  Was a member of The Manataka American Indian Council and served as an honorary Elder.  Was in over 400 movies where he played with lagendary star, John Wayne.  Was in television shows such as, Death Valley Days, Bonanza, Rawhide and Wagon Train, holds a place in The Guiness Book Of World Records as the only man to take a silver dollor from his mouth with a bull whip.  Our Host Drum, Eagle Singers. Arena Director, Zach 'Yellow Shirt' Kehler
RV Hook Ups and Camping available.  All Drums Welcome.

Hawk Hoffman  - 217-528-9172
1012 North 12th Street, Springfield, IL  62702
sevenhawks@sbcglobal.net
http://blackhorsepowwow.bravehost.com
 

 

June 1 - 3, 2007

Nawihla Native American Festival and Powwow

Haverhill, NH

Nawihla! Abenaki meaning " I am returning home" is the first time in 300 years Native People have had a presence in the meadows of Haverhill New Hampshire. Pow Wow with Sat night concert featuring Howard Lyons and Band, Joseph Firecrow and a surprise Native Celebrity!

Chief Nancy Lyons -  802-234-4095

PO Box 42, Newbury, VT  05051
chieflyons@cowasuckabenaki.org   www.cowasuckabenaki.org

 

June 1 - 3, 2007

7th annual Intertribal Powwow

Birdsville Campgrounds, Livingston County,Smithland , KY

972 River Road  42081 US 60 to hwy 137 north 3 mile marker

Benefiting Project Graduation and Orphaned Native American Babies

Host Drum  –  Mother Earth Beat Drum; Co-Host Drum - Black  Eagle  Spirit; Invited Drum-   Iron Buffalo Spirit; Master of Ceremony - Frank Brent; Arena Director- Little Hawk; Head Lady  - Beth Moon feather Huotari; Head  Veteran  -Barry Redbird Brown; Trade Blanket – Saturday Night 9:00 pm.  Vocal Stories by -Grandmother Coyote

Stories told in  sign Language by - Kathleen Jett.  Demonstrations- Beading, Weaving, Drumming, Dancing.

Kamama  270-965-9432

irnbuffalospirit@aol.com For camping  bfriel@pepb.net

 

June 1 - 3, 2007

4th Children's Festival and Powwow

Rotunda, Univ. of PA  4014 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA 

Indoor social event.  Not a competition event.

Vaughnda Hilton, Artistic Director, Native Nations Dance Theater
241 South 55th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19139
(215) 472-9996   (215) 747-6330
vaughnda@nativeweb.net    delwin@nativeweb.net 
www.nndt.homestead.com/ROTUNDA.html

 

June 1 - 3, 2007 CANCELLED

Continuing Traditions for Our Children
Porter County Expo Center/ Fairground, Indianapolis, IN

Head Man: Jeff Whaley; Head Woman: Christin Boo Hause.  All dancers and drums welcome. Friday Round Dance Social 9:00PM- Midnight. Saturday.  Gates Open 9:30 AM.  Grand Entry 11:00 and 6:00. Round Dance Social and Trade Blanket 9:30 PM. Sunday
Gates Open 9:30 AM, Grand Entry 11:00.

Amber Reuter -  317-748-1594
6499 Decatur Commons, Indianapolis, IN  46221
mtn_gurl@msn.com

 

June 2 - 3, 2007

Sweetwater Creek Intertribal Powwow

Sweetwater Creek State Park, Lithia Springs, GA

Head Man:  John Wakinyan; Head Lady:  Barbara 'Morningstar' Paul
Head Veteran:  Smitty Smith; MC:  Gary Smith; Host Drum:  Buffalo Thunder,  All Drums and All Dancers Welcome.  Gates Open 10 am to 7 pm on Saturday and Grand Entry at 12 noon (Indian Time).  Gates open 10 am to 5 pm on Sunday with Grand Entry at 1 pm.

Special Guest:  Choctaw Recording Artist Charlie Wayne. Primitive camping available for dancers, drums, and vendors only. Contacts:  Larry at 770-823-7650 or Fire at 678-772-6870 or fire_prayers@yahoo.com

 

June 2 - 3 2007
9th Intertribal Powwow

Grand Village of the Kickapoo Park, LeRoy, IL
Angelo Padro   309-261-3043   Linda 309-275-6105
PO Box 85, LeRoy, IL  61752
aapadro@aol.com    grand_village@yahoo.com
www.grandvillage.org
Host Drum: Gii Taa'-se Singers, Arena Director: Two Hawks, Head Male Dancer: Red Knife, Head Female Dancer: Red Bear Woman
Head Vet: Rick Scott, Award winning Cherokee recording artist Michael Jacobs will perform Saturday at 12:00PM and 5:00PM
and Sunday at 12:00PM. Come and meet Buffalo Bill...a real live tame buffalo.  We'll have Lodge tours...Dancing...Food...an Auction... Handmade jewelry and crafts...A Family Affair!!  Adults: $5.00  Elders 60+: $3.00 Kids 6-12: $3.00 6-: Free Tents and Lodges welcome.

 

June 8-10, 2007
Paiute Restoration Gathering & Pow -Wow
Pow Wow Grounds, Cedar City UT

Entries: Saturday June 9th @ 1pm and 7pm *** Sunday, June 10th @ 11am.  Specials for Queen and Princess on Saturday @ 7:30 pm. In Memory of Christopher "Bushwick" Charles, Men's $1,000.00 Northern Traditional Dance Contest/Winner takes all-Saturday @ 5pm.  Pageant Friday, June 8th @ 6pm; Handgame Tournament, Saturday, June 9th @ 2pm; Co-Ed Softball Tournament, Friday and Saturday; Parade, Saturday June 9th @ 9am; Feast, Sat. at 5pm
Paiute Tribe of Utah  -- 435-586-1112
440 North Paiute Drive, Cedar City, UT  84720
garciaclg2@hotmail.com
 

June 9 - 10, 2007

Fort Ancient Celebration

Fort Ancient State Memorial, Oregonia, OH

Jack Blosser  - 513-932-4421
6123 State Route 350, Oregonia, OH  45054
jblosser@ohiohistory.org

 

June 9 - 10, 2007

Wollomonuppoag Powwow
LaSalette Shrine Fairgrounds, Route 118, Attleboro, MA

Host Drum-Black Hawk Singers; All Drums Welcome.  Performance By: Wolf Cry Singers. Food Vending-Mic Mac Chef.

Gloria Freeman   508-226-5184
13 Walnut St, Rehobeth, MA  02769
gjfmasters@yahoo.com
 

June 9 - 10, 2007
Native American Powwow
C.C.F.D on 10th and Mifflin St in Columbia PA

Grand Entry 12:00 noon both days.  Gourd Dance 11:30am both days. M.C. Frank LittleBear, HeadMan: Erik Johnson, HeadLady: Jackie Buchwald, Host Drum White Buffalo Singer, Guest Drums Little Horse Singer, & Yellow Thunder Singers.

Frank LittleBear   717-244-5670
1718 winters Rd, Windsor, PA  17366
franklittlebear@att.net

 

June 9 - 10, 2007
Echota Cherokee Powwow
Sportsman Lake Park, Cullman AL

Headman - Allen Roland; Headlady - Ellen Rasco; MC - Faron Weeks; AD - Larry Woods; Host Southern Drum - White Horse Singers; Guest Northern Drum - Red Eagle Singers.  $5 Admission fee, children under 6 free, dancers in regalia free. Gates open at 9:00 with Grand Entry at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday and at 12:00 p.m. on Sunday. Celebrity Guest will be Larry Sellers, who played Cloud Dancing on Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman.  There will be Crafts, Demonstrations, Storytelling, Indian Tacos, Frybread.  All Dancers, Drums, Nations, Veterens and Eagle Staffs are welcome.  Primitive Camping is available on site. Host Motel: Days Inn Located at I-65 exit 308, Phone 256-739-3800 and ask for powwow rate.
Darrell   256-773-8764
1536 Sportsman Lake Road NW, Cullman, Alabama  35055
kproglass@aol.com
www.echotacherokeetribe.homestead.com

June 15 - 17, 2007

3rd American Indian Gathering and Powwow

Eagle Creek Park, Indianapolis, IN

Sponsored by ZibiodeyRiver Heart Metis Association.  A tribute to those who walked before us. Just off Interstate 65 and 71st street.  Head Male Dancer, Neil Wolfgang; Head Female Dancer, Donna Gabbard; Head Male Veteran Dancer, Uncle George Martin. Featuring ZibiodeyRiver Heart Band Metis
Arthur MedicineEagle-Sonier - 317-248-8458

arthurmedicineeagle@hotmail.com

http://www.arthurmedicineeagle.com/EAGLECREEK2007.html

 

June, 15 - 17, 2007
ANAWIM Center's 25th Anniversary Powwow
DuPage County Fairgrounds- Wheaton, IL.

Dance Competition - 4 Winners for each category - Host Drum: Black Eagle Drum from Jemez,NM Over $19,000.00 in Prizes. Camping Available, Group rates available, Sponsors: United Methodist Church & ANAWIM Center

Sister Patricia Mulkey  773 - 561 - 6155
4750 N. Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL 60640
anawincenter4750@yahoo.com
 

June 16, 2007
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Festival Contest Powwow
OSU-Okmulgee Covelle Hall, Okmulgee, OK
HM:  Kyle Reans, HLD: Tiffany Ahgoom, MC:  Sammy White, HGD: D.K. Toppah, HS:  Rowe Kishketon, HND: Buffalo Horse Singers, CG:  Mvskoke Nation Honor Guard, AD:  Brad Kills Crow, HJ:  Tony Kills Crow, 1:00 PM:  Gourd Dance/Registration Opens. 5:00 PM:  Supper. 6:30 PM:  Registration Closes. 7:00 PM:  Grand Entry. Contests:  Tiny Tots Combined; Junior Boys Combined & Girls Combined; Women's Cloth, Buckskin, Jingle, Fancy Shawl ($400.00, $300.00, $200.00, $100.00); Men's Fancy, Grass, Traditional, Straight($400.00, $300.00, $200.00, $100.00); Golden Age Men Combined ($300.00, $200.00, $100.00), Golden Age Women Combined ($300.00, $200.00, $100.00); Drum Contest ($500.00, $300.00, $200.00) Free Parking, Free Admission, Free Supper, Free Contests

Pete Coser  (918) 758-1480
Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Okmulgee, OK  74447
pcoser@muscogeenation-nsn.gov

June 16 - 18, 2007
Iowa Tribal Powwowion

Perkins, OK South Hwy 177 South 4 miles of Iowa Complex     

Contest Powwow.  Winner Take All. 

Skilar Palmer   405 269 2090

Perkins, OK  74059
N8IVEFRESH@YAHOO.COM

June 23 - 24, 2007

KCTC 9th Annual Alumni Pow Wow
5160 Summers Lane, Klamath Falls, OR

Lunch @ 11am Grand Enrty @ 1pm-? 24th Grand Entry@ noon close at 4pm.  All vendors and drums welcome. Vendor space free with donation.

Tony Ford - 541-883-2795
5160 Summers Lane, Klamath Falls, OR  97603
tony.ford@klamathtreatment.com
www.klamathtreatment.com

 

June 23 - 24, 2007

Powwow on the Plateau

Ball Field Cumberland County Fairgrounds, Crossville, TN

1st powwow hosted by Native American Turtle Clan Assoc. Vendors can begin to set up on Friday, June 22. Head Man--Allen Roland;
Head Lady--Linda Veal; Jr. Head Lady--Mandy Moore; MC--James Yellow Eagle; Host Southern Drum--Tanasi Thunder; Storyteller--Brenda Roland.  Vendor spots strictly limited to a total of 25. including food vendors. (Food vendors limited to 3). All vendors must be approved in advance, and entire set-up fee must be paid no later than April 20. 10X10--$100 for both days  10X20--$125 for both days
Vendors must supply their own electric generators. All Dancers, Drums, and Eagle Staffs Welcome. Free primitive camping on a first come basis.  Bring folding chairs or a blanket to sit on.

Bert Cox or Lisa Brady   -  (931) 261-6106 or (423) 240-0698
bertcox@hotmail.com or lisabrady@bellsouth.net
 

June 30 - July 1  2007
6th Hobby Horse Ranch Native American Festival
Fleetwood, PA

Jim   610-944-5797
428 Hartz Rd., Fleetwood, PA  19522
willowearth@att.net
http://willowearth.tripod.com/nativeamericanfestival/

 

June 30 - July 1  2007
Thunderbird Casino 20th Anniversary Celebration & Powwow
Norman, OK

Free Admission. Grand Entry Saturday 7:30pm & Sunday 7:30pm.
Contest Pow Wow: in All Adult Categories, Golden Age (Men & Women), $1000, $500, $250, Adult (Men & Women) $1000, $500, $250, Teens (Northern & Southern) Boys & Girls 13-17 yrs. $250, $200, $150, Juniors (Northern & Southern) Boys & Girls 7-12 yrs.
$100, $75, $50, Tiny Tots  $750 Winner-Take-All: Women's Northern Fancy Shawl & Men's Southern Fancy. $1,500 Winner-Take-All Drum Contest. Gourd Dancing @ 2pm, Supper Break @ 5pm, Gourd Dancing resumes @ 6pm.

Lisa Frazier   405.360.9270  ext. 331
5700 E. St. Hwy. 9, Norman, Ok  73026
lfrazier@shawneecasinos.com

 

JULY, 2007

June 30 - July 1, 2007
Waikiki Beach Powwow
Kapiolani Park, Wakiki, Hawaii

Waikiki Beach Powwow and Multi-Culural Dance & Music festival.
M.C: Edward Benton-Banaise.  Host Drum: Spirit Bird, Waipahu, HI
Guest Drum: Ice Wolf, Minnesota.

Eddie J Benton   808.677.1729
P.O Box 60356
Ewa Beach, HI    96706
waikikipowwow@three-fires.com

 

JUNE 30 - JULY 1, 2007  
Kanatsiohareke Festival

Kanatsiohareke Community, Fonda, New York 
This festival is usually known as the Strawberry Festival.
Come and learn about Iroquois Culture, History and Beliefs from the best Iroquois performers and speakers in the Region! Experience Traditional Craft Demonstrations. Buy Arts and Crafts from the
finest Native Artists. Listen to Native performing Artists and Storytellers. Learn About and Try Native Foods. Participate in Iroquois Social Dancing. Silent Auction and Numerous Raffles
Both Days. 
No vendor or entertainment calls please!
405-206-1949

July 4 - 8, 2007
Northern Cheyenne Chief's Powwow Celebration
Lame Deer, Montana

Dancing Contest, Drum Contest/Hand Drum Contest, Parade
Basketball/Soft Ball Tournaments, Fire Works Display, Vendor Space Limited

Northern Cheyenne Tribe 406-477-6980 Ext. 122 / 406-477-3041
600 Cheyenne Ave, Lame Deer, MT  59043
eshpive@hotmail.com

July 6 - 8, 2007
July Cherokee Powwow
Cherokee, NC

On the first full weekend in July our special brand of fireworks happen as a two-day explosion of authentic Indian dancing, drumming and tribal regalia. Dance competitions kick the excitement up even higher.
July 6 – Gates open 5:00 pm – Grand Entry 7:00 pm
July 7 – Gates open 10:00 am – Grand Entry 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm
July 8 – Gates open 10:00 am – Grand Entry 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm
General Admission $10.00, Children (6 & under) Free

Loretta Kirby  1-800-438-1601
498 Tsali Blvd, Cherokee, NC  28719
lorekirb@nc-cherokee.com
www.cherokee-nc.com
 

July 13 - 15, 2007
Midnight Sun Intertribal Powwow
Fairbanks,  AK

The Midnight Sun Intertribal Powwow is a traditional powwow meant to enrich the lives of all Native people, educate the general public, honor elders, and share our similarities and diversities. The planning began in 2000 by a small group of dedicated folks who felt a need for an intertribal get-together. In addition to the native Athabascan, Eskimo and other indigenous tribes of our region, Alaska is home to a wide variety of transplants from other tribes originating from throughout the United Sates and Canada. An intertribal powwow was needed to keep all traditions alive and to recharge our spirits.

Valerie Jensen   907-456-2245
Post Office Box 80034, Fairbanks, Alaska  99708
midnightsunpowow@yahoo.com
http://www.midnightsunpowwow.net/
 

July 20 - 22- 2007

7th Annual Eastern Woodlands Gathering

7681 US 42 [Johnsville] Lexington, OH

Friday 5pm till 9, Saturday10am till midnight Sunday 10am -5pm
Freindly Voices Host Drum, Saturday night dancing  & drumming around bon-fire. Admission $2.00.  Dancers and vendors welcome.

JoAnn Smith,  419-362-2936  419-947-2274
7681 US 42, Lexington, OH  44904
SWCjozie@aol.com

 

July 20 - 22, 2007

Paq'tnkek First Nation Powwow
Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada

Female Head and Male Dancers and Junior Head and Female. Tots encouraged., MC: TBA. Vendor Info: Must provide own table and chairs. Small fee for weekend and day setup and small donation for Give away.  Camping available.  No Emergency monies available, and no alcohol or drugs allowed. 

Rose Julian   902-386-2781
77 Beedow Loop, Antigonish, NS  B0H1A0
r.julian@paqtnkek.ca

 

July 21 - 22- 2007
Honoring Our Veterans Intertribal Powwow
Waterford Fairgrounds 19183 St Rt 339  Waterford OH 45786 

Sponsored by the Peoples Nation - Muskingum River Red Tail Hawk
Village & The Marietta, OHIO VFW , Turquoise Spirt Native American Store in Downtown Marietta & The Washington County Boy Scouts. Proceeds will be used to host future Powwows.  Host Drum: Thunder Nation; Co-Host: Red Shield ; Guest Drum: Mother Earth Beat; Headman: Jamie Oxendine; Headwoman: Bernadette Eriksen; Head Veteran: Corky Black Elk, Fenton Michigan; Honorary Veteran: Bernard Wright, Watertown OhioMC: Brian Darst; AD:  Logan Steel.  All Veteran’s Will Be Admitted free!  Native American Food & Craft Vendors. Bring lawn chairs.  All dancers welcome.  (Drums welcome by invitation or request only) Primitive camping with showers at no charge. No fires. Vendors wanted - only handmade crafts.

Noah Armstrong:  740-236-2007 (7pm—10pm Monday—Friday)

Christina Thrasher   740-525-7588
115 Laurel Ridge Road, Lowell, OH  45744
tcnativeamericancrafts@yahoo.com
http://www.myspace.com/thepeoplesnation
 

July 27 - 29, 2007

29th Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Traditional Powwow
Ojibwa Campground, Baraga, Michigan

Grand Entries Friday 7PM, Satureday noon and 7PM, Sunday Noon
Host Drum-Medicine Tail, Atmore, AL; Co-host-Pipestone, Lac Courte Oreilles, WI; Head Woman Dancer-Michelle Reed, Ojibwa
Head Youth Woman-Megan Tucker, Ojibwa; Head Man Dancer-Gabe Bullock, Sac n Fox/Alabama Coushata, Head Youth Man-Raistlin Awonohopay, Menominee, Ojibwa; Head Veteran-Albany Potts, Ojibwa; Midnight Two-Step Championship.  Drum Challenge. Fry Bread Championship

Marty Curtis   906-524-4411
107 Beartown Road, Baraga, Michigan  49908
ndtcmcc@up.net
 

July 28 - 29- 2007

12th Annual Powwow Summer 2007

Vallejo Waterfront Mare Island Way, Vallejo, CA

Host: Vallejo Inter-Tribal Council. Booth Applications Now Available!

Vallejo Inter-Tribal Council  707/ 552-2562

PO Box 5552

Vallejo, CA. 94591

 

July 28 - 29- 2007

Ditto Landing Powwow
293 Ditto Landing Rd. SE Huntsville, Al 35802

Vendors needed.  $100 vendor fee.  Set up on Friday. All dancers and drums welcome.

Betty Abbou  256 880 8987 or 256 337 7358
3800 8C Squaw Valley Dr, Huntsville, AL  35805
abbou8@aol.com
 

 

AUGUST, 2007

August 3 - 5, 2007
18th Annual Oklahoma Indian Nation Powwow
Concho, Oklahoma

Located 7 miles North of El Reno, OK. Contest Powwow. 29 Categories. Over $20,000 Prize Money. Drum Contest Sponsored by Lucky Star Casino.  Sponsored by OIN Committee, Culture & Heritage Program, and made possible with a Grant from the Oklahoma Arts Council.

Chris Morton   405.422.7545
512 Lynn Drive, El Reno, OK  73036
cm_arapaho@hotmail.com

August 4 - 5, 2007

Patuxent Encounters: Patuxent Indians and Capt. John Smith
Jefferson Patterson Park, 10515 Mackall Rd, St. Leonard, MD 
In observance of Captain John Smith’s voyages of exploration of the Chesapeake Bay with a two-day event. The event will focus on life in the Chesapeake for Native Americans before and after Captain John Smith’s landing. Learn about traditional and contemporary American Indian ways of life through educational exhibits, interpretive programs, traditional dance, music, storytelling, hands-on crafts, children’s activities, art show, and much more!  The event will emphasize lasting contributions that American Indian communities have made and continue to make to the social, artistic, political, technological and economic fabric of America. On August 5th the Sultana Project’s recreated Captain John Smith ship that will land during the event. We are looking for educators, demonstrators , and entertainers who would like to be a part of this event!  We are also looking for vendors for a juried vending area.

410-586-8501
jppm@mdp.state.md.us   www.jefpat.org
 

August 4 - 6, 2006

Saginaw Chippewa Annual Powwow  

Saginaw Chippewa Tribe of Michigan, Mt. Pleasant, MI  

7529 E. Tomah Rd. ~ Mt. Pleasant, Michigan 

sagchippowwow@sagchip.org

 

August 10 - 12, 2007
National Powwow
Verizon Center, Washington, D.C.

$125,000 Prize Money!  "Honoring Warriors Past and Present"
Emcees: Vince Beyl (Anishinabe) – Bemidji, Minnesota; Dennis Bowen Sr. (Seneca) – Tuba City, Arizona.  Host Drums: High Noon (Cree) – Hobbema, Alberta, Canada; Battle River (Anishinabe) – Red Lake, Minnesota; Southern Thunder (Pawnee) – Pawnee, Oklahoma Head Dancers: Corey Reeder (Wichita, Navajo and Kiowa) – Logan, Utah; Carol Melting Tallow (Blood) – Standoff, Alberta, Canada.  Arena Directors: Timothy Eashappie (Nakota and Lakota) – Sintaluta, Alberta, Canada; Joe Bointy (Comanche and Kiowa) – Lawrence, Kansas.  Head Dance Judges: Rusty Gillette (Arikara and Hidatsa) – Bismarck, North Dakota; Darrell Wildcat (Pawnee and Euchee) – Anadarko, Oklahoma.  Head Singing Judges: Wayne Silas (Menominee) – Green Bay, Wisconsin; Don Patterson (Tonkawa/Apache) – Tonkawa, Oklahoma.  Host Color Guard Ira H. Hayes American Legion Post 84 (Pima-Maricopa) - Arizona.  Dance Regitration Fee: $15.  Drum Roll Call: Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 15-minutes prior to Grand Entry points begin Friday Grand Entry.

Powwow Hotline  (877) 830-3224
The Verizon Center, 601 F Street NW,  Washington  DC  20004
nmainationalpowwow@si.edu
www.nmai.si.edu/powwow
 

August 10 - 12, 2007
Big Grassy River Traditional Powwow
Big Grassy River First Nation, ONTARIO

Host Drum: Big Grassy River Traditional Singers. Co-Host: Footprint, MC: Gary Smith, Ontario, Co-MC: Corey Whitford, MB
Arena Director: Ralph Taylor, Ontario, Weekend Dance Specials
Women's Jingle Dress, Fancy Dance, Men's Traditional and Grass dance Kid's Specials Each category: 1st-$300, 2nd-$200, 3rd-$100
Chicken Dance Special  Honorariums for Drummers, Hand Drummers and Dancers.  Directions: 40 km (30 miles) north of U.S. Canada border near Baudette, MN and Rainy River, Ontario. Junction at Sleeman, Ontario Hwy 11 & Hwy. 621

Powwow Committee (807)488-5614-5615 or 1(800)361-7228

Box 404, Morson, Ontario  Canada  P0W 1J0
darchie@tbaytel.net
 

August 11, 2007

Golden Eagle Family & Crew 1298 Powwow
Bethel Baptist Church
8382 County Road 128, Celina, Texas 75009

2pm to 10pm, Dance Contest, Gourd Dance 2pm/ Grand Entry 7pm, Dinner 5-6pm. Head Man: Jared Barrettes (Lipan Apache / Navajo); Head Lady: Garrett Maupin (Cherokee); Head Gourd:      Scott Lollar; (US Marine); Head Singer: Robert Ethanol (Comanche) Emcee: Rene Goldeneagle Rodriguez (Chiricahua Apache); AD: Chad Lovett (Cherokee / Choctaw). Color Guard:       Buffalo Solider. Crowning 2007 - 2008 Princess. Vendors by Invitation only.  All Drums Welcome.
Rene Goldeneagle Rodriguez 214-566-8496 or renegoldeneagle@yahoo.com
 

August 11 - 12, 2007

Rock Falls Native  American Gathering Honoring all Veterans
Rock Falls Park Slippery Rock, PA.

Honoring all who guard our land and it's people. Veterans, Law enforcement and fire fighters. Honoring gold star families. Special guest appearance by The Blue Knights. Saturday Evening Bonfire auction and storytelling. Ten year rememberance give away on sunday. Buffalo,Indian Tacos, corn & Fry Bread is on the menu.
Red Bird host Drum.  Muddy Creek guest Drum, other Drums invited.  Master of Ceremonies: Hank Houghtaling.

Todd or Gloria Heinsberg   724-738-0142
P.O. Box 632, Slippery Rock, Pa  16057

 

August 11 - 12, 2007
4th Roanoke Is. American Indian Cultural Festival & Powwow
Airport Pavilion, Airport Rd, Manteo, NC, 27954

Presented by: ("The People of the Coast") The Council of The Algonquian Indians of NC, Inc. with the Roanoke-Hatteras Indians of Dare County, NC as co-sponsor.  Featuring a gathering of American Indian tribes from across the nation dressed in tribal regalia, traditional and contemporary American Indian music, dance, visual arts, storytelling, back wood survival demos, crafts and health screenings while learning about various dances and the regalia worn. Social dances. Educational displays. American Indian foods.  Veterans and service men and women will be honored.  All native drummers, dancers, traders and food vendors are welcome.

Marilyn Berry Morrison  757- 477-3589
410 Airport Road, Manteo, NC  27954
pacoeagle1@ncalgonquians.com
http://www.ncalgonquians.com

 

August 17 - 19, 2007
Native American Association Festival & Contest Powwow
Granger Park, 3600 West 3500 South, West Valley City, Utah

Theme: "Traditional Wisdom in Today's Education".  All Welcome.
Head Staff: Host Drum: BlackBull Jrs. Head Singer: Nokoa HeavyRunner. MC: Alex O. Shepherd, Cedar City, Utah
Arena Director: Bart B. Powaukee, Ft.  Duchesne, Utah. Head Judge: Jerry Bear, Skull Valley, Utah. Spiritual Leader: Robert Taylor Sr., Kearns, Utah.  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. Bring chairs.

Harry James Sr  801-955-1089
P. O. Box 701778
CWest Valley City, Utah  84170-1778
harryjamessr@hotmail.com
 

August 17 - 19, 2007

Southwest Intertribal - Red River Intertribal Club Powwow

Comanche Tribal Complex, Hwy 49 exit,

North of Lawton /Fort Sill, OK

 

August 17 - 19, 2007

Chief Seattle Days Powwow

Port Madison Indian Reservation,

Suquamish Celebration Grounds, Suquamish, WA

MC – Ray Fryberg, Host Drum – Southern Cree, Grand Entry Saturday 6 p.m. Sunday 12:30 p.m. Dance Contest – Prize Money. Salmon Bake – Pow Wow – Canoe Races.

Ed Midkiff   360-434-4780

Leonard Forsman, Chairman, Suquamish Tribe

P.O. Box 498, 18490 Suquamish Way, Suquamish, WA 98392

360-394-8461,  360-340-0986 cell,  360-394-3686 fax

 

August 18, 2007
Boys & Girls Clubs of Green Country Benefit Powwow
Pryor, Oklahoma

HDM  Larry Tsoosie, HDL  Gloria Matthews, HDB  Simon Washee
HDG  Lakota Rain Elliot, HDGD Don Stroud, MC   Rogan Noble
HDS  Pat Oyebi, Wydotte Honor Guard.  Contest in all adult and junior divisions. Trophies will be awarded in lieu of cash prizes. a youth powwow will be held during the afternoon session, adult will dance during the evening session. Vendors welcome $25+ raffle

Bernie Washee   918-825-2594
301 NE 1st Street, Pryor, OK  74361
washee@nsuok.edu
 

August 18 - 19, 2007

12Th Annual PowWow

Willow Ranch, South Hubbard Rd., Lowellville, Ohio 44436

Red Hawk American Indian Cultural Society.

Public Welcome - Bring Your Lawn Chairs/ Blankets/Umbrellas
Rain or Shine. Native American Dancing, 8th Year Competition   Dancer Registration $5.00. Food, "Fry Bread, Buffalo", Crafts, Jewelry, Raffles, Pony Rides, Chinese Auction. Lecture/Display- Hopewell Culture & Mound Builders. Demo's - Primitive Fire Making, Cordage Making, Trapping & Hunting Implements. Grand Entry 12:00 Noon Both Days. Head Man Dancer-- Glen Ten Bucks McGahan; Head Lady Dancer-- Karen McGahan; Head Veteran Dancer-- Earl Yona Taylor; Emcee--Rick Bird; Second Drum-- All Nations - Cherokee NC; Host Drum--Bird Chopper  - Cherokee NC;  Flute Player--Jeff Spencer & Nelson Wyer; Story Teller--Dolores Santha; Special Guests: Tim Moyers - Hopewell Culture & Mound Builders; James Keller  Primitive Hunting / Trapping / Fire Making /  Cordage.  ADA Compliant & Accessible  Hearing Impaired Use Ohio Relay Service.  Funded in part by the following: International Foundation of Youngstown and Ohio Arts Council. Vendors & Drums by invitation only.
Nancy Bottiglieri at 330-889-3756 or 330-847-8853
Edward R. Kruest

WhBuffaloEagle@Aol.Com


August 18 - 19, 2007
9th Thunder Mountain Lenape' Nation Native American Festival
236 Skyline Drive Saltsburg, PA  15681

10-6 Sat and Sunday.  Grand entry at noon. Dancers welcome.  Dancing, drumming, food and handmade crafts. Childrens activities, culture and history programs

PatSelinger  724-639-3488
236 Skyline Drive, Saltsburg, PA  15681
thundermtlenapenation@hotmail.com
www.thundermtlenape.org

August 18 - 20, 2007

Canup Powwow

Canupawakpa Dakota Nation, Manitoba, Canada

Bannock eating and Chepas contest

Twyla -  204 854 2592
Box 117, Pipestone, Manitoba  R0M 1T0
pugkinnz_daddiesangel_75@hotmail.com

August 24 - 26, 2007

Fort Yargo 2nd Annual Intertribal Powwow

Fort Yargo State Park Winder, GA

Head Man: John Wakinyan; Host Drum: Grandfather Strongheart; Head Lady: Barbara Morning Star Paul. Guest Drums welcome. Head Veteran: Smitty Smith.  All Dancers Welcome. MC: Gary Smith; Indian Foods.  AD: Charlie Hannah; Native American Crafts & Arts. Education Programs. Special Guest – Choctaw Recording Artist Charlie Wayne and The Mexican Aztec Tlaltlacayolotl Dancers.  Drumming, Dancing, Arts & Craft, Flutist, Demonstrators. Vendors, Food, Auction. Bring your lawn chairs and spend the day.  Volunteers now needed. Primitive Camping Available for Dancers and Vendors. Volunteers needed  Fort Yargo State Park has a $ 3 per day vehicle parking fee.

Larry -- 770-968-4252 or Robin at 706-969-3245

Vendors contact --- Tachee 678-840-5383 or 678-772-6870

 

August 24 - 26, 2007
Baltimore's 33rd Annual Pow-Wow
400 South Linwood Ave
Eastern Ave & Linwood Ave,
Patterson Park,
Baltimore, MD
“All Nations Fashion Show” at 2:30pm Saturday, 10:00am-9:00pm  Sunday, 10:00am-6:00pm.  Cultural Presentations, Native American Dance and Drum Competition, Jewelry, Art, Clothing, and Food. Bring blankets and chairs.

Baltimore American Indian Center  410-675-3535
113 South Broadway, Baltimore, MD   21231
info@baic.org   www.baic.org
 

August 24 - 26, 2007

28th Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation Powwow

Marius, Manitoba Canada 

Dance Specials: Men’s Grass, Men’s Traditional, Ladies Jingle,

Ladies Traditional, Junior Boy’s Grass, Junior Girls Fancy, Team Dance.  Ball tournament. Youth Activities: Family Fun Days, Magician, Fireworks, Walk in Bingo Friday 8:00 p.m.Saturday at 12:00 noon. Texas Hold 'em Poker Friday at 8:00 and Saturday at 3:00.  Weekend Drum Split of  $5,000 for Regular Drums.
Eddie @ 843-3293, Charmaine @ 843-2603 OR 843-4552, Cheryl 843-4540

Marius, MB R0H 0T0
sandybaypowwow@mts.net

 

August 25 - 26, 2007
Long Point First Nation Traditional Powwow
Winneway, Quebec  Canada

Traditional Powwow, all are welcome.  Drums - Bull Rock, Red Spirit, Algonquin Nation, Akwesasne Drum. First 4 registered drums will recieve Honorarium. Head Dancers - Bernard and Tammy Nelson, Tyler Paul and Candace Polson. Head Veteran - Ed Allison. Elders - Hector and Roberta O.

Martin Greg Miller   819-722-2026
Kakiwawigak, Winneway, Quebec  J0Z 1L0
ont_miller@hotmail.com

 

August 25 - 26, 2007
Rapid River Tenth Annual Powwow
Rapid River, MI. 

Held in Hiawatha Forest take US 2 to US 41 go 8 mile north to 34 road follow signs. Head Veteran: Jerry Buch. Headman:  Hank Bailey, Headman:  Amy Bailey. MC:   Stanley Spruce. Head Drum:  TBA.  Grand Entries: Saturday 1:00 & 7:00 PM. Sunday   1:00 PM. Spiritual Conference Friday at 10 AM. Traders Handmade Items only.

Bud  906-474-9084   nowaten@yahoo.com
Darci  231-534-5175  kitasmo@yahoo.com

PO Box 524, Rapid River, MI   49878
 

SEPTEMBER 2007

September 1 - 2, 2007
47th Annual Tecumseh Lodge Powwow
Tipton Co, 4H Fairgrounds, Tipton, IN

This is a traditional powwow open to anyone with an interest in Native American dance and culture. This year's Head Man is Mark Galvan, Bedford, TX and the Head Lady is Kathy Loehman, Woodridge, IL. Host Gourd Dance Society is White Star. The MC is Scott Evans of Bay City, TX. Shawn Foye will be Head Singer for the Southern Drum and the Northern Drum will be co-hosted by Kingfisher Singers and MacKenzie River. Broken Arrow Color Guard will present the colors. Camping and food is available on the grounds and there will be many traders from throughout the Midwest in attendance.

Ray Kappmeyer   (317)745-2858
107 James Ct., Danville, IN  46122
RLKmeyer@sbcglobal.net    www.TecumsehLodge.org

September 1 - 2, 2007

Eastern Plains Annual Intertribal Powwow
Lincoln Co. Fairgrounds, Hugo, Colorado  

Vendors, dancers, drums are welcome. Honored Guest: Dennis Banks  Our Master of Ceremonies is Chico Dulak, Athabascan/ Lakota from Springfield, Ohio.  Asst. MC is Larry Pharr Cherokee from Evansville, Indiana  Arena Director is Kenny Frost Southern Ute and Host Drum:  Denver All Nations. One Nation Concert; Native Poet Jana Albany Camping on site, western weddings, prize money for competition dancers, drums. We will have a 30-40 page program if you would like to advertise.
Helena White   719-347-3038
19540 Fairplay Road, Calhan, Colorado  80808
epaipowwow@yahoo.com

 

September 1 - 2, 2007

3rd Annual Intertribal Powwow

City Park, Bandera, TX.

www.celebratebandera.com

 

September 1 - 3, 2007

11th Kipona Powwow

City Island, Harrisburg, PA

Free addmission, parking $2, 10am-10pm daily. MC-Paco, Host Drum-Old Bridge Singers, Head Man-Charlie Mohr, Head Woman-Yatz JohnnyJohn, Iroquois Social Dancing-Old Bridge Dancers, Live Birds of Prey, Aztec Dancers, Primitive camps, Tomahawk Throwing for everyone & contest, Tipis, Native foods, crafts, & more!!!! Fireworks. Drums,dancers, & crafters welcome.

Michelle   717-589-7744 

sunrisesigns@nmax.net

http://www.harrisburgevents.com 

 

September 06, 2007
Eagle Earth Grand Opening
45 km West of Hearst Ontario, Canada

Grand Opening! Eagle Earth Cree & Ojibway Historical Center
Guy Lamarche  (705)222 7004 Office
(705)262 2020 Cell Number  705 463 1043 Fax Number

P.O Box  199, Calstock, Ontario  P0L 1B0

guy.lamarche@eaglesearth.com
www.eaglesearth.com

 

September 1 - 3, 2007
25th Annual Labor Day Weekend Powwow
Franklin Co. Fairgrounds 4100 Columbia St  I 270 Exit 13.
Columbus,Ohio

Gates open at 10am. Grand Entry at1pm.$7-adults,$3-seniors & students,free 5 & under & participants,$15-weekend pass, Fairgrounds charges $20/weekend for campng includes showers and electric.36 Vendors, Vendors must comply with 101-644. Vendors leave snail mail name & address. Food Spots are full

Native American Indian center Of Central Ohio
PO Box 07705, Columbus, Ohio 43207-0705
(614)443-6120  naicco@aol.com

 

September 7 - 9, 2007
Spruce Pine Powwow
Spruce Pine, NC

$2,000 Luck of the Draw Dance money. $5 registration fee for dancers. Dancing, drumming, singing, legend keeping, demonstrations, etc.... Hours: Friday and Saturday: 9-9 and Sunday: 9-5 Admission donation: $5 for adults and $2 for children. Directions: From Asheville: I-26 Exit 9, East 30 miles to Spruce Pine. Turn right on Hwy 226. Go 2 miles to pow wow. Behind Music, Jewelry and Loan. From Marion: I-40 Exit 86 take Hwy 226 North to Spruce Pine. Cross under the Blue Ridge Parkway and go 2 miles to powwow.
Mabel Benjamin  813-765-3073

Blue Ridge Intertribal Pow Wow Assn
114 Oak Avenue
Spruce Pine, NC  28777-2720
rocksandthingstoo@yahoo.com
 

September 7 - 9, 2007

45th National Championship Indian Powwow

Traders Village, Grand Prairie, TX

Parking fee. Free admission.

Allen Hughes, 972-647-2331, 972-274-2056

www.tradersvillage.com

 

September 8, 2007

Trader's Village Powwow

Arlington, TX

 

September 8, 2007

18th Friendship Powwow at the Denver Art Museum

Denver, CO

Sponsored by Target. This free celebration of American Indian cultures has become a Denver tradition, featuring drum groups and American Indian dancers from the Denver area and the region. Dancers will compete in a number of traditional Powwow dances including Fancy, Jingle, Grass and Traditional, with the colorful grand entry at noon. Outside of the dance arena, visitors can enjoy family art-making activities inspired by the Museum’s internationally-renowned American Indian art collection, storytelling and additional dance performances. American Indian arts and crafts and authentic foods, including Indian tacos and fry bread, will be for sale. Exhibitions are currently on view.  720-913-0162.

 

September 8 - 9, 2007

Andersontown Powwow
Athletic Park Downtown Anderson, IN
Saturday 11am - 9pm   Sunday 11am - 4pm. Adults $5.00  8 & under Free. Free Parking & Camping. Inter-Tribal Open Dancing, Competitive Dancing, Indian Market Shopping, Authentic Arts & Crafts, Native American Food, Children's Activities.

Ralph Day  800-533-6569
PO Box 88, Anderson, Indiana  46015-0088
andersontownpowwow@insightbb.com
 

September 8 - 9, 2007

6th Fall Spirit Festival

Skye's Spirit Wildlife Rehab Center, Barkeyville, PA

Join us for a weekend of Spirit & Love for our Earth Mother.  Visit our Birds of Prey, Turtle Habitat and Bobcat Displays.  There will be drumming, dancing, singing, craft vendors/demonstrations, brain tanning demo/sales, great food, frybread & wojapi, storytelling, Native American weaponry display/demonstration and more.  Gates open at 11am with drumming starting around noon.  Ends at dusk.  There will be a release of a rehabilitated Bird of Prey if one is ready to go at the time of the festival.  There are a couple of vending spaces available, e-mail or call for information.  There is no admission however we do ask that people make a donation to help care for the wildlife.

Maryjane Angelo   814-786-9677
889 Farron Surrena Road, Harrisville, PA  16038
maryjane@skyes-spirit.com
http://www.skyes-spirit.com
 

September 8 - 9th, 2007
Redding Rancheria Stillwater Pow Wow
Shasta Fair Ground, 1890 Briggs Street, Anderson, CA

Host Drum: Stoney Creek, Hollister, NC. Master of Ceremonies: Tome Phillips. Arena Director: Phil Hale. Men & Women's Golden Age Category. 3 Man Hand Drum

Irma Amaro-Davis   530-275-1513
2000 Redding Rancheria Rd., Redding. CA  96001
life@charterinternet.com
http://www.stillwaterpowwow.org/html/home.htm

September 14 - 16, 2007

12th Autumn Gathering and Traditional Pow-wow

Veterans Memorial Park, H and Freeman Rd., Genoa City,  WI 

Just north of the Richmond, Illinois border and south of Lake Geneva, WS. Traditional Intertribal Powwow.  Education Day: September 14, 2007 at 9:30 am & 12:30 pm. This event is for school aged children in grades K-8. Features storytelling, a Lacrosse demonstration, Drums and teachings from Elders, and dancing. Pre-registration is required.

Host Drum: Night Eagle; Emcee: Mark Denning; Fire Keeper: Skip Twardosz; Head Male Dancer: Ben Yahola; Head Female Dancer: Jules Mago. This is an alcohol and drug free event. Pets are not allowed in park. This is an outdoor event. Please be prepared for the weather. Bring your lawn chairs.

Theresa  262-514-4962  seideltm@yahoo.com

Sharon  815-675-2380  harms05@netzero.com

 

September 14 - 16, 2007
Wewene Mawjeshnok They Gather In a Good Way
Groveland Oaks Co. Park 14555 Dixie Hwy, Holly, MI

Competition PowWow.  Dance and Drum Prizes!!  Hosted by South Eastern Michigan Indians, Inc. and Oakland County Parks. Traders spots available. Traders, Dance Competitions& Native Foods. Camping is available. Contact Piper or Sue for more information
Piper Locklear 586-756-1350
26641 Lawrence,  Center Line Michigan  48015
pl_semii1975@yahoo.com
www.oakgov.com/parksrec
 

September 14 - 16, 2007
Fort Hamby Powwow
Fort Hamby Park, Wilkesboro, NC

Luck of the Draw Dance Money. $5 registration for dancers.  Dancing, drumming, singing, story telling, demonstrations, vendors, food, etc... Hours: Friday and Saturday 9-9 and Sunday 9-5. Directions: At milepost   #293 on US-421 six miles north of Wilkesboro. Turn south on South Recreation Road to Ft Hamby Park. Pow Wow is at the Forest Edge Amphitheatre in the park. Admission donation is $5 for adults and $2 for kids.
Mabel Benjamin    813-765-3073

Blue Ridge Intertribal Pow Wow Assn
114 Oak Avenue, Spruce Pine, NC   28777-2720
rocksandthingstoo@yahoo.com

 

September 15, 2007

TIHA Fall Powwow

Galloway Hammond Recreation Center, Burnet, TX

eckerman@eastex.net or tihasmokesignal@yahoo.com; Trade don@donaldadrefkecpa.com

 

September 15 - 16, 2007
Festival of the Americas Powwow
El Dorado County Fairgrounds, Placerville, CA

All dancers and drums welcome. Free admission. Drum contest. Open gourd dancing. Competition dancing. Quality arts/craft. Exibition dance groups. Outside.

James Marquez   1-530-621-3096
P.O.Box 1416, El Dorado, California  95623
Foothill@inercite.com     www.festivaloftheamericas.com

 

September 15 - 16, 2007

15th Annual Four Winds Powwow - Contests

3601 So. W.S. Young Drive, Killeen, TX 76547

Killeen Civic-Convention Center, Killeen/Fort Hood, TX

Vendors contact Paula Crutsinger, #493-8172, jynxt_1610@yahoo.com

 

September 21 - 22, 2007

Eagle Mountain Inter-Tribal Annual Powwow
Four Winds Park, 5380 E. Hwy 199, Springtown, TX
Contact: Clyde Vaughn 817-221-2608  taomqt@aol.com

 

September 21 - 23, 2007
8th Annual Buffalo River Pow Wow
Linden, TN

Traditional Pow Wow.  Special Guest Larry Sellers, "Cloud Dancing" on "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" TV series. Also Walden Puddle Wildlife Rehab Center will bring "Maverick", live red tail hawk & other wildlife.  Vendors limited to 17, Fee $100 for 10x20 booth

Ray Benge  931-589-9628
P O Box 277, Linden, TN  37096
rbenge@tds.net

 

September 22 - 23, 2007
Circle Of Wisdom Metis Annual Powwow
RT. 123 Breakneck Road, Lincoln, RI
Drums Welcome, Noon - 5PM
Vendors contact:
Lori Summersage  (401) 463-0110
Joyce Eagle Cries (401) 728-7058

 

September 21 - 23, 2007
26th Annual Mt. Juliet Pow Wow
Charlie Daniels Park, Mt. Juliet, TN
Concert featuring the Flying Feather Band, Aragon Starr, Quatisi, and possibly someone from the country music industry. Tickets for the concert are $20 and with your ticket stub you will be admitted to the pow wow for Saturday OR Sunday.  For Tickets to the concert call Greg Tripp at 615-586-5546.  Competition Pow Wow - Oer $11,000 in prize money. MC: Rob Daugherty, Arena Dir  Jimmy Reedy; Head Judge  Candy Toehay

Cindy Yahola  615-443-1537
424 Nixon Drive, Lebanon, TN 37087
cindy.yahola@ihs.gov

September 21 - 23, 2007
8th Annual Buffalo River Powwow
Linden, Tennessee

Special guest Larry Sellers, Cloud Dancing on the Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman TV show. 

Ray Benge   931-589-9628
P O Box 277  Linden, TN   37096
rbenge@tds.net
 

September 29 - 30, 2007

Comanche Fair

Comanche Tribal Complex north of Lawton and Fort Sill. OK

 

September 29 - 30, 2007

29th Annual Powwow

120 Charles Street Dorseyville, PA

Powwow is from noon - 7pm. Gates open at noon. $6.00 for adults, $4.00 for elders & children under 12(cash only). Grand entry is at 1pm. Powwow goes on rain or shine. Absolutely no Drugs or Alcohol Permitted!

Lisa Morales  412-782-4458
120 Charles Street, Dorseyville, PA 15238
POWWOWIES@HOTMAIL.COM

 

September 29 -30 ,2007
5th Gathering, They Walked Here Before Us

Buttonwood Park  Perrysburg, OH
27174 Hull Prairie Road at The Buttonwood Park/Betty C. Black Recreation Area off River Road/ State Route 65, 1 mile West of Fort Meigs State Memorial Park.  Sponsored by Black Swamp Inter Tribal Foundation.  Concerts both days. Arvel Bird (Shivwit Paiute) of Nashville, TN - Multiple Award Winning Native American Violinist/ Fiddler. Douglas Blue Feather (Cherokee) of Springboro, OH - Multiple Award Winning Native American Flutist.  Children’s Tent with Native American Arts & Crafts. Wildlife Tent with American Birds of Prey (schedule depends on the Birds). Indian Village with Lacrosse-Double Ball Field, Flintknapping & more. Drums: Red Shield Singers of Ohio & Southern Singers of Ohio.
Black Swamp InterTribal Foundation 
419-381-7042 & 419-698-9575
perrysburgpowwow@hotmail.com

 

September 29 - 30, 2007
MacIntosh Reserve 17th Powowow
MacIntosh Reserve Park, Whitesburg, GA

Frank Hall   770-304-3344 770-296-3097
900 Payton Road, Newnan, GA  30263
amndn@mindspring.com

September 29 - 30, 2007  CANCELED

Friends of Bottom View Farm Native American Powwow/Festival

Portland, TN
Friends of Bottom View Farms is a 5013c Powwow event dedicated to raising funds for women & children's charities.  Native dancing, drumming, Luck of the Draw, entertainment, storytelling, food, crafts, free primitive camping, free parking. Across the road is Bottom View Farms with Buffalo, western town, stagecoach holdups, train rides. 

Carole Many Kettles Woman Eveland  615-268-6038

2163 Freeman Lane Madison, TN 37115
caroleeve@comcase.net

http://www.FOBVF.com/

 

OCTOBER 2007

October 6, 2007
Powhatan Native People Pauwau
Powhatan County Fairgrounds - Powhatan, Virginia

Gates Open: 10 am.  Grand Entry:  Noon.  MC - John Blackfeather, Head Male Dancer - Doug Logan, Head Lady Dancer - Deborah Moore, Arena Director - Greg "Two Hawks" Stephenson, Story Teller - Julia Brown, Host Drum - Falling Water, Guest Drum - Eastern Bull
Admission:  $5 per person, children 6-12 & Seniors $3, Under 6 free
First 25 registered dancers - $50 honorarium. Sponsored by:  www.powhatanva.com – Powhatan’s Community Website
Curtis and Katrina Blankenship  804-598-9301
1921 Mill Quarter Road, Powhatan, VA   23139
katrina@katrina.com
www.pauwau.com

 

October 6 - 7, 2007

10th Annual Native American Day Gathering
Cedar Creek Park, Belle Vernon, PA
Camping available. Open to public. Free Admission. Gates open at 10:30AM until 5:00PM both Days Grand Entry at Noon. Vendors and Drums Contact Clara Clara Gockel - 724-523-8724
115 12th Street
Jeannette,  PA  15644
sprtwlfstr2egls@yahoo.com

 

October 6 - 7, 2007
33rd Annual Inter-Tribal Powwow
Honolulu, HI

The American Indian Pow Wow Association (“AIPA”) is hosting its 33rd Annual Intertribal Pow Wow at Thomas Square, located at South Beretania Street and Wilder Avenue, in Honolulu, Hawai`i on Saturday and Sunday, October 6th and 7th, 2007, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, both days.  Everyone is invited to attend this free event, which will feature dancing, drumming, singing, arts and crafts, and food.  This is a drug and alcohol free event.  The theme of this year's event is "Honoring Our Native Veterans."  This is not a competition powwow.  The head staff of the pow wow includes:  Head Man Dancer, Darrin Cadman (Navajo/Kickapoo); Head Woman Dancer, Jolene Lozier (Yakama/Muckleshoot); Master of Ceremonies, Jason Goodstriker (Blackfoot/Blood);  and Arena Director, Tom Rowland (Oglala Lakota).  The Host Drum is Yamncut (Salish, Kootenai & Flathead), with guest drums Hunter's Moon (Big Island of Hawaii); Wild Horse (Southern California); Wild Rice (Oahu); and special guest drum, Young Grey Horse.

Antoinette Fernandez or Native Winds

45-019 Wena Place, Kaneohe, Hawaii  96744
(808) 235-4670 or (808) 734-8018             
Nativewinds1152@aol.com

October 6 - 7, 2007
9th Annual "Big Springs" Intertribal Gathering
Northwest Park, Cedartown, GA

Head Drum: Aracoma. All drums & dancers welcome. Head Lady: "Fire" Joyner--Head Man: Smitty Smith--Jr Head Lady: Cheyenne Davis Jr, Head Man: Eddie Harper-- M.C. Gary Smith--Circle Keeper: Charlie Hannah--Gate: $5 per car load-- gates open 10 am--Grand entry: noon-- Primitive Camping for dancers and vendors only--all pets must be leashed. The "Big Springs" memorial walk will begin in front of the cabin at the park at 9am Sunday. This commemorative walk is to honor the American Indians held at Camp Cedar Town for removal to the west in 1838-39. It is also to honor the springs for its life giving water for hundreds of years. A marker is to be placed at the "Big Springs" sometime this year ,noting it as "The Gateway To The Trail of Tears" Everyone is invited to take part in this walk, it is a one mile walk.  Anyone using drugs, alcohol, promoting politics or just plain bad behavior will be removed from the grounds.  Special rates at Holiday Inn Cedartown 770-749-0006.
Jerry Stroup   770-748-8816
102 Wilkes Court, Cedartown  GA  30125
jlrstr@hotmail.com
 

October 6 - 7, 2007

Kiowa Black Leggins Powwow

Indian City, Anadarko, OK

 

October 6 - 7, 2007
11th Annual 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. Sponsored by Ndakinna Inc, Native non profit/Abenaki Nation of NH. Donations accepted at the gate.

Rhonda Besaw   603-837-3381
262 Lancaster Road, Whitefield, NH  0358

NdakinnaInc@aol.com
 

 

October 6 - 8, 2007
Pennacook-Abenaki Fall Gathering & Powwow
CT Trolley Museum, E. Windsor, CT

Public invited and welcome to our educational and cultural event. There will be singing, dancing, drumming, arts for sale, and much more.  Open daily 9-5
Denise   508-477-1772
PO Box 54, Forestdale, MA  02644-0054
cowasuck@Comcast.net
http://www.cowasuck.org/

October 12 - 13, 2007

Tannehill Indian Festival
Tannehill Trails Stable, 22975 Eastern Valley Rd, McCalla, AL

Host: Native Alliance Teaching Indian Values and Education (N.A.T.I.V.E.) MC: Dave Whitewolf Trezak, Headman: Jerry "Smitty" Smith, Head Lady, Valerie Cooper; Host Drum: Cherokee Road Singers; Guest Drum: Buffalo Thunder; Arena Director, FireHawk. All drummers and dancers welcome. Vendors by invitation only.

Ronald Firehawk Headley    205-477-0522
12792 Edgewood Drive, McCalla, AL  35111
n.a.t.i.v.e@hotmail.com
www.native-web.net

 

October 12 - 14, 2007

Native American Powwow

Kapaa Beach Park, Kauai, Hawaii 

"Honoring Our Veterans."  Free event featuring Native American dancing, drumming, singing, flute performances, arts and crafts, and food. For the second year, Dr. Jane Ely (Cherokee/Mi`kmaq) and Steve Wolf (Cherokee) will be leading a Stomp Dance, starting about 6 pm and going until 9 pm.  Saturday, October 13, 2007, Grand Entry will start at 10 am, with a full day of pow wow going until 6 pm.  Sunday, October 14, 2007, Grand Entry will again be at 10 am, with an earlier Retreat at 4 pm. Head staff:  Head Woman Dancer, Rose Olney Sampson (Yakama); Host Drum Wildhorse from Southern California; and Arena Directors, Steve Wolf (Cherokee) and Danny McDaniels (Choctaw). Host hotel is Aloha Beach Resort (808) 823-6000.  Discounts on car rentals for pow wow goers are available by calling David Sabian at Hertz Rental Cars, (808) 245-7530. There are ample volunteer opportunities for those who want to help with the powwow — no experience required. 

Kauai Pow Wow Council, Dale Jacobs  (808) 828-1294

kauaipowwow@yahoo.com

 

October 12 - 14, 2007
Appalachian Cherokee Nation Pow Wow

Frog Level Park, Bigstone Gap, VA
Day Money Powwow to the first ten dancers daily. All dancers are welcome. Dancing, Story telling, Native American Games. Host Drum is Eagle Circle Drum www.eaglecircledrum.com MC: Jerry Eaglefeather. Food vendors $300.00 one space available. tents 10x10 $100.00, 10x20 $125.00 Spaces available. Directions:
Chief Clyde Silcox (276) 679-4187

Glemia Walker 276-796-4389

Chrysti Branham (after 9pm) 276-219-7756

walkerstwo@yahoo.com

 

October 13 - 14, 2007
I.A.I.A.'s Presidential Inauguration Powwow
I.A.I.A. Campus Santa Fe, NM

MC: Ken Tohee.  Areana Director: Mylan Tootoosis; Head Man: Charles Harris; Head Lady: Chealsea Wilson; Host Southern: Southern Tribe; Host Northern: Keres Nation
Vendors-$20.00

Nonabah B Sam  505-424-2312
83 Avan Nu Po Road, Santa Fe, NM   87508
nsam@iaia.edu

October 13 - 14, 2007
Silverhawk Native American Flute Gathering
Withlacoochee River Pk, 12449 Withlacoochee, Dade City, FL 
 

9:00 am Saturday till 6:00 pm Sunday. Free admission, parking, and primitive camping. Motels just 15 min away in Dade City. Sponsored by: Florida Native American Indian Society and Pasco County Parks and Recreation Department. Non-stop entertainment all week-end: flute players, singers, story tellers, dancers, drummers, didgeridoo players. Vendors, flute makers, American Indian leather clothing, blankets, Painted Ponies, Native American food, and much more. Saturday evening "Friendship Fire": flute playing, singing, story telling, drumming, etc into the wee hours. Authentic Creek Indian village in the woods as well as the river, trails, tower. A grassroots gathering in the country just 5 miles from town. Come for a day or the week-end for a spiritual experience. "American Indian Christian Circle" at closing Sunday. Someone will be on location all day Friday to direct vendor and camper set-up. Public Welcome. This is a family affair: no drugs, alcohol, or bad attitudes allowed.

Dock Green Silverhawk   813-754-8990
4850 Knights Loop, Plant City, FL  33565
slvhawk@aol.com
 

October 13 - 14, 2007
ORNAIC 8th Annual Native American Indian Festival
Waterford Park, HWY 44, Taylorsville, KY
Music, dancing, storytelling, food, and arts and crafts.
Grand Entry:  1pm and 6pm on Saturday and 1pm on Sunday.  Gates open at 10am both days.  Host Drum:  Skyhawk

Jerry Thornton   502-643-5264
205 Odell Ct, Taylorsville, KY  40071
usdiwaya@insightbb.com
 

October 13 - 14, 2007

Santa Fe Days

Old Downtown Carrollton, TX. I-35E @ Beltline Road.

9am-6pm. Free admission. Vendors from Santa Domingo Pueblo and other Native American artists and craftsmen. Dancing and other entertainment. (New dates this year, to avoid the June heat.) http://www.santafedays.com

 

October 13 - 14, 2007
Native American Cultural Days and Bison Blessing
Elgin Public Museum, Lords Park, Elgin, Illinois

Two days of flue music, dancing, storytelling, re-enactors, teepees, wigwam, crafts, vendors and food, celebrating the Native American Culture.  On Sunday visitors may take part in the Bison blessing of the herd in Lords Park, performed by Joseph Standing Bear, White Earth Ojibwe and president of Midwest SOARRING Foundation.  This event is co-sponsored by the Elgin Public Museum and Midwest SOARRING Foundation

Peggie Stromberg  847-741-6655
225 Grand Blvd., Elgin, IL   60120
peggie_epm@cityofelgin.org
www.elginpublicmuseum.org
 

October 13 - 14, 2007

Whispering Wolf Band Native American Festival

Steam-O-Rama, 1673 Manor Road, Windsor, PA 17366

Gates open 10 AM.  Grand Entry 12 Noon - Sat and 1 PM Sun

Take I-83 to Mt Rose Avenue, Exit 18, travel east approx. 8 miles,

turn right onto Manor Road, entrance is 1 mile on right. All Drums invited World's Greatest Fry Bread and Taco Salad from Sky's Lakota Kitchen Native American Crafts and Vendors. Camping available

Cyndy Giving Heart  717-741-1059

riverdancer18@gmail.com

 

October 13 - 14, 2007
20th Annual American Indian Gathering
1 Campus Dr.  Monaca, PA

Festival & Powwow w/Contest. Prizes: TBA. Admission: Spectators-$4.00 Children (5-12)-$2.00 Host Drum:MacKenzie River, OH. Entertainment: Earl Shriver w/Birds of Prey, Scout & Youth Program,Live Demos,Exhibits,Seminars,Craft Contest, Dance Competion for all ages w/Prize money & "People's Choice" Award, Pony rides,Traders by Invitation,so much more... Sat, Oct 13:10-10PM & Sun,Oct 14:10-5PM. Directions: Rt 60, Monaca Exit, (Beaver Valley Mall), to 2nd light and T/R onto Rt 18 South, to the next light, T/L go to stop sign and parking lot straight ahead on right, Event at the Dome.
John Goberish  724-775-8561 Ext 156
1 Campus Drive, Monaca, PA  15061
john.goberish@ccbc.edu
 

October 13 -14  2007
Native American Heritage Festival
Columbia Consolidated Fire Department

10th & Mifflin Street Columbia, PA 17512
Native American arts, crafts, stories, dancing, flute playing, food, and more! Special Kids Programs.  Visit our living History Village.  Festival opens @ 10:30a till 6:00pm both days. Grand Entry @ 12:00 noon.  Head dancers - Dale Baughman(Seneca) & Jay Reploeg (Sac & Fox).  Drums (by invitation) White Buffalo Drum Group & Little Horse Singers.  M.c. Frank LittleBear.
Frank LittleBear    717-244-5670
1718 Winters Road, Windsor PA 17366
franklittlebear@att.net

October 20, 2007

Pow Wow on The Chisholm Trail

Johnson County Heritage Park, Cleburne, TX.

817-233-5730  big_ndn@hotmail.com

 

October 20, 2007
Highland High School Powwow
Highland High School, Albuquerque, NM

Gourd Dancing: 2-5pm; Dinner Break: 5pm; Grand Entry: 6:30pm; MC: Shkeme Garcia
Arena Director: TBA; Head Gourd: Leonard Atcitty; Host Northern: Black Eagle; Host Southern: Southern Tribe

John Williams   265-3711
4700 Coal S.E 87108, Albuquerque, NM  87108
williams_jo@aps.edu    www.highlandhornets.com                        

 

October 20 - 21,  2007
Four Winds Inter-tribal Council's 13th Gathering of Nations
Leroy Jackson Park,  Ridgecrest, CA

This is a traditional Pow Wow.  Public is invited, free admission, free parking.  Many vendors selling Native American food and arts & crafts.  Demonstrations of flint knapping and drum making.  Saturday 10 A.M to 10 P.M., Sunday 10 A.M. to 3 P.M.  Arena Blessing 9 A.M. Saturday.  Grand Entry 12 noon.

Little Deer Durvin   760-446-3414
713 W. Reeves Ave., Ridgecrest, CA  93555
durvin@iwvisp.com

October 20 - 21 2007
Native Dance and Friendship Festival
Blue Marsh Lake Recreation Area, Leesport, PA 19533

Join us for a Festival of Native Dancing, Native Artists and Food. 10AM-6PM both days. MC Bill Crouse. Host, Morningstar Drum. Buffalo Creek Dancers. Storyteller Dovie Thomason. Al Cleveland, flute. Vendors by Invitation Only. Admission: Adults $6.00, Children(6-12) $3.00, 5 and under free. Free Parking. Open to the Public. Driving Directions: http://www.nap.usace.army.mil/sb/directions.htm

J George   315-677-0188
P.O. 382 Onondaga Nation, Nedrow, NY  13120
gfiresong5@twcny.rr.com
 

October 20 - 21 2007
Euharlee Veterans Powwow
Frankie Harris Park, Euharlee, GA

Headman: Smitty Smith, Headlady: Barbara "Morningstar" Paul,     MC: Gary Smith. Arena Director: Keith Smith  $3/car parking no admission   10-6 each day to honor all veterans, police and fire.

Joey Pierce   404 377 4950
824 Sycamore Drive, Decatur, GA  30030
amndn@mindspring.com
 

October 20 - 21, 2007
14th Annual Land of Falling Waters Traditional Powwow
Middle School at Parkside,  2400 Fourth Street, Jackson, Michigan

Native American Arts and Crafts, drumming, dancing and singing along with
intertribal dancing. Storytelling,  showing of "inconvenience Truth" and the "Pink Shawl
Project",  Traders selling Native American goods and displaying work, with much more.

Honoring All Nations Elders.  Doors open at 10:00 a.m. both days. Grand Entry at 1:00 and 7:00 Saturday Oct. 20  Grand Entry Sunday Oct 21 at 1:00 pm. I-94  take Exit 138 onto West Avenue, stay on West Avenue until the road  curves to the left and you will see Parkside. 127 South turns into West Avenue by the Shell Gas Station under the I94 bridge.
Linda L. Cypret-Kilbourne  269-781-6409
Heather Miller  517-768-8018
Phil  Peterson  517-784-3357
James Callow   517-990-4969

October 27 - 28, (Tentitive), 2007

Comanche Peak Powwow

Glen Rose, TX

 Sat. 9 am- midnight, Sun. 10 am- 2 pm

http://www.comanchepeakpowwow.com


October 20 - 21, 2007
Euharlee Veterans Powwow
Frankie Harris Park, Decatur, GA

$3.00 parking, Free admission. 10-6 each day  tribute to veterans, police and fire. Vendors by invitation only. Flute artist, Birds of prey, Demonstrators, Auction, Dance and Celebration.
Joey Pierce  404-377-4950
824 Sycamore Dr., Decatur, GA 30030
amndn@mindspring.com
 

October 27, 2007

Bacone College Fall Powwow

Palmer Center, Bacone College Campus, Muskogee, OK

MC: Steve Littleman;  Head War Dance Singer: Herb Adson; Head Gourd Dance Singer: Joe Fish Dupoint; Head Man Dancer:  Kevin Connywerdy; Head Lady Dancer:  Leslie Deer; Arena Director: Larry Tsosie; Special Invited Guests: Kiowa Gourd Clan; 2007 Bacone Memorial Honoree: Fred Tsoodle. 

Kyle Taylor  918-360-1085

taylork@bacone.edu  

 

NOVEMBER 2007

November 1 - 4, 2007

8th Annual Stone Mountain Park Powwow & Indian Festival
Antebellum Plantation Stone Mountain Park, GA

10am- 9pm Sat. 10am-5pm sun. $20,000 in Dance, Drum, & tipi Competitions.  Grand entry 1pm Sat. & Sun. Located 16 miles east of Atlanta.

Linda Whittington  770-413-5066
Highway 78 East, Stone Mountain, GA  30086
lwhittington@stonemountainpark.com
http://www.stonemountainpark.com

 

November 3, 2007

16th Austin Powwwow and American Indian Heritage Festival

Tony Burger Center, 3200 Jones Road, Austin, TX

512-371-0628, 512-338-9860

www.austinpowwow.org
 

November 3 - 4, 2007
Manito Ahbee International Competition Powwow
MTS Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Free registration for dancers. Registration closes after first grand entry Participants are invited from all over the world for this celebration of traditional dance, drumming and song.  $150,000 in prize money.  Dance Categories: Tiny Tots, Junior Girls, Junior Boys, Teen Girls, Teen Boys, Adult Ladies Split, Traditional/ Contemporary Excluding Women’s Traditional,  Manito Ahbee All Around Women’s Special, Adult Men’s Split, Traditional/ Contemporary Excluding Chicken Dance, Manito Ahbee All Around Men’s Special, Senior Ladies, Senior Men’s.   Singing Categories: Traditional, Contemporary, Hand Drum.

Joanne Soldier Pow Wow Coordinator  204-989-2013
Lower Level - 376 Donald Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2J2
joanne@manitoahbee.com
www.manitoahbee.com

 

November 10, 2007
Honoring The Veteran Powwow
Post Gym Bldg 320, Fort Sam Houston,  San Antonio, TX

Arts and Crafts !!! Food !!! Education Booths
To request reasonable accommodation for a disability please contact
Maria Preda  at 221-9356 or 221-9174.
Steve Zavala  210-221-6464   steve.zavala@us.army.mil
 

November 17, 2007

Honoring Our Youth  - Houston Methodist Powwow – contests

3663 Westcenter Dr., Houston, TX 77042

Contact Tonya Steele-Wade 713-557-8756

tonyawade89@gmail.com

www.houstonmethodist.org

 

November 17, 2007  Saturday Only

Suquamish Veterans Powwow

Suquamish Tribal Center, 15838 Sandy Hook Road,

To Celebrate and Honor our Countries Veterans.  Meal at 1:00 pm. 

Grand Entry at 2:00 pm.  Host Drum Eagle Beak Singers from

Grande Ronde, OR; MC Antone George, Lummi; Arena Director

Chucky Fryberg, Tulalip; Head Man dancer Gyasi Ross, Blackfeet;

Head Woman dancer Jessi Old Coyote, Cree/Stolo

Marjorie Lawrence  (360) 394-5200

Azure Boure’   (360) 394-8555

jcoyote@Suquamish.nsn.us

 

November 24 - 25, 2007
Renewing Our Strength & Spirit for Future Generations Powwow
East Music Lawn, CA State University Northridge, Northridge, CA

Official "American Indian Heritage Month" Pow Wow endorsed by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.  American Indian Student Association.  American Indian Studies Program
First Nations Alumni Association.  See CSUN Pow Wow website for Event Details.

CSUN Pow Wow Committee    (818) 677-7314
18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, CA  91330
csunpowwow@gmail.com
www.myspace.com/csunpowwow

 

DECEMBER 2007

December 1, 2007
All Nations Powwow of Ada
Ada, Oklahoma

Couita Wilson   580-3321983
PO BOX 159, Arlington Center, Ada, OK74820
davidw@adacomp.net
http://www.allnationsok.com

 

December 1 - 2, 2007
Second Annual Terlingua Intertribal Powwow
Terlingua Store, Terlingua, TX

Admission, an unwrapped gift for child age kindergarted to high school or a donation.  Toys or donations sent if you cannot attend will be greatly appreciate. All will go to all children in the Big Bend and Mexico frontier

Antonia Quitela   432-352-0505
p.o. box 496, Terlingua, TX   79852
giniv@aol.com

December 8, 2007
Red Bear Circle Native Gathering
California State University, Bakersfield, California

Hosted by the CSUB Indigenous Native American Club at California State University Bakersfield.  10am – 6pm (on campus at Runner Park)  Free Admission. Free Parking - Lots A, L and K. Bring your own canopy and chairs. No vendor fees. All dancers & drums welcome. Maps, video, vendor and sponsor information on website.

Horse Robinson - Art Department  (661) 654-3098
CSU Bakersfield, 9001 Stockdale Highway, Bakersfield, CA  93311
horse.robinson@gmail.com
http://horse.robinson.googlepages.com/home
Email: INA Club President Natalie Phillips nphillips@runner.csub.edu

 

December 8, 2007

5th Red River Winter Social Powwow

Johnson Sports Center, 311 East Dewey, Northwest Nazarene University

Nampa, ID

Contests, Women's Traditional Contest, Jr. Hand Drum Contest.  Bring canned food to donate to the Native American Coalition of Boise Food Bank.

Ron Sam 208-697-3300

smokecreeksam@aol.com

 

December 27 - 19, 2007
Nixyawii New Years Celebration
Umatilla Indian Reservation, Mission, OR Longhouse

MC- Jason Goodstriker/Blood Tribe, AB.  Guest Invited Drum- Young Spirit,Frog Lake,AB Pendleton Blankets Awarded w/Cash Prize  Mens 18+ War Bonnet Special Prizes TBD

Fred Hill Sr   541-240-1326 / 541-966-2687(wk)
Po Box 1860,  Pendleton, OR  97801
shinehillsr@msn.com
http://www.umatilla.nsn.us

 

December 28, 2007 - January 6, 2008

3rd Peoples' World Fair and Powwow, "Thunder in the Desert

Rillito Raceway Park, Tucson, Arizona
Over 150 tribal nations from North America and additional first people from around the world will come together for this event to share with the public their cultural experiences through song, dance, crafts, food and cultural displays. It is estimated that there will be 2,500 first people participants.  It is our intention to showcase the beauty, endurance and spirit of the Native American and other worldwide first people's culture. The First Peoples' World Fair and Pow Wow, "Thunder in the Desert", will be the forum to show the world that Native Americans have survived and maintained their unique cultural values. The traditional ways of life have survived, are honored, and will continue to flourish in the 21st century for our children. The 10 day World Fair & Pow Wow will also feature parades, fashion shows, seminars, birds of prey, equestrian events, information booths and much more. This unprecedented event is to be experienced and enjoyed by family and friends of all races of people. Proceeds benefit the Reservation Creation Women's Circle Charitable Trust a 501(c)3 organization for the purpose of preserving and perpetuating Native American education through its scholarship program.

Ted Snyder  520.622.4900

Oodhamgirl@aol.com

www.usaindianinfo.org

Click on Traditional Feast & Fundraiser

 

 

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