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  • 04/26/14  - 04/28/14: 16th Annual United Cherokee Indian Powwow . Guntersville. . 3550 Creek Path Road. The American Indian Powwow is an educational and cultural event for the adults and children. There will be demonstrators for archery, tomahawk throwing and knapping and craft vendors with many handmade items. The Powwow features Native-American dancing, drumming, flute playing and storytelling. A huge bon-fire will be on the night of April 26th..  .  256-582-2333 .  
  • 05/23/14  - 05/25/14: 6th Annual Spirit of the Wolf Pow Wow and Annual Kiowa Gourd Dance. Ashland. Enitachopco Ceremonial Grounds. 5949 Clay County 5 Ashland,AL 36251. Spirit of the Wolf Pow Wow and Annual Kiowa Gourd Dance . Admission charged, except to children 6 & under and dancers in ceremonial regalia. .  .  256-396-0466 .  






  • 04/26/14  - 04/26/14: 3rd Annual Sophia Garcia Robles/UC Santa Cruz POw Wow. Sasnta Cruz. Oakes Lawn, UC Santa Cruz (West Campus). 1156 High Street. Host Drum: The Mankillers Invited Drums: All Nations, Turtle Island MC: Earl Neconie Arena Director: Val Shadowhawk.  American Indian Resource Center.  831-459-5999.
  • 04/26/14  - 04/26/14: DQU BigTime PowWow. Davis. DQ University. 33250 Co. Rd 31, Davis CA 95617. DQU Open Arms BigTyme Friendship PowWow. Non- competitive. Gourd 11. Grand Entry 12. Raffles. All Dancers, Drums, Families welcome. California Dancers. Traditional Pow-wow dancers. Azteca dancers. Vendors please inquire. Come pray with us. .  Victoria Ramos.  916-747-0019.
  • 05/23/14  - 05/25/14: 18th Annual Standing Bear Powwow. Bakersfield. Kern County Fairgrounds. 1142 South P Street, Bakersfield, CA 93307. Intertribal dancing Native Arts & Crafts Cultural Awareness Native Foods Family Fun All Drums & Dancers Welcome Open Gourd.  Gene Albitre.  661-589-3181.
  • 07/18/14  - 07/20/14: Children of Many Colors Powwow. Moorpark. Moorpark College. 7075 Campus Road, Moorpark, CA 93021. Native American singing, dancing, drumming, flute, Gourd Dancing, Bird Singing, Princess contest, Veterans Honoring, arts, crafts, food and non profit booths, traditional dwellings, a family style intertribal gathering..  Corina Roberts.  805 217 0364.
  • 08/02/14  - 08/03/14: 21st Annual Suscol Intertribal Council Powwow. Yountville. Yountville Veterans Home, Picnic Grounds. 100 California Dr, Yountville, CA . .  .  (707) 256-3561.


  • 06/14/14  - 06/15/14: Annual Colorado Springs Indian Center Powwow. Colorado Springs. . 5225 E. Platte Ave. Vendors Welcome Call For Rates .  Ray Montoya.  719-964-2915 .


  • 05/31/14  - 06/01/14: The Connecticut Native American Inter Tribal Urban Council Pow Wow. New Haven. Place East Rock Summit. New Haven Connecticut 06510.. Call for details.   Jim Rawlings.   (203) 215-1521.  

District of Columbia





  • 09/26/14  - 09/28/14: 3rd Annual Inter-Tribal Native American Holiday Powwow. Bushnell. Dade Battlefield Historic State Park. 7200 CR 603. THIS POSTING CORRECTS THE FIRST POSTING Bring the whole family & spend the day at our 3rd annual event featuring a Native American Dancing contest with dancers competing for prizes. There will be lots of native American food, crafts & wares vendors, live demonstrations, singing, dancing, storytelling, and much more. This is a family friendly event...NO ALCOHOL, DRUGS, WEAPONS OR PROFANITY. Grand Entry times are as follows: Friday 6pm -- Saturday 1 & 6pm -- Sunday 1pm. All Grand Entry's will include a veterans honor service. Admission is $3.00 per person-- Children under 12 are admitted FREE. Powwow Hours are as follows: Friday 10am-9pm -- Saturday 10am-9pm -- Sunday 10am-5pm. Hope to see you there. If further information is needed, Pleas email sumternativeamerican or call one of the contact numbers listed below. Flyer is available, please request by email.. .  Chief Red Eagle .  (352)408-4239 or 793-5154. .
  • 10/18/14  - 10/19/14: Silverhawk Native American Flute Gathering. Dade City. Withlacoochee River Park. . A family friendly event. Flute makers, vendors, homemade ice cream, kettle korn, painted ponies, art work, blankets, jewelry, etc, much more. .  .  (813) 763-2118 .


  • 05/10/14  - 05/11/14: 25th Annual Cherokee County Indian Festival & Mother?s Day Powwow . Canton. Boling Park. 1200 Marietta Hwy, Canton, GA. MC: Woody Richards / Cleto Montelongo. Native Dancing, Singing, Drumming. Arts and Crafts, Native Cuisine and Americana Favorites, Living Tipi Village, Live Buffalo, Warrior on Horseback, Birds of Prey Show,Aztec Dance Company, Primitive Skills Demonstrations such as Fire-by-Friction, Hide Tanning, Earthen Cooking,Native Storytellers and Flute Players, Wildlife Displays, Pony Rides, Kids? Activities, Native American Film Stars..  Rolling Thunder Enterprises.   770-735-6275.


  • 09/26/14  - 09/28/14: 16th Annual Kauai Powwow. Kapaa. Kapaa Beach Park. 4500 Kukui St. 2014 Kauai Powwow begins with the Outreach School program on September 26 at Lydgate Pavilion from 9-11 am. Later on Friday evening, the powwow moves to Kapaa Beach Park with the Indigenous Drum Gathering program from 6-9 pm. On Saturday, September 27 and Sunday, September 28, powwow festivities continue at Kapaa Beach Park with the Grand Entry of our Color Guard at 11 am presenting the flags and honoring those who have served in the military and our elders who have walked the paths before us. .  .  808-681-7733. or


  • 08/08/14  - 08/10/14: 1st Annual Turkey River Powwow. Postville. Postville Ia Fairgrounds. Maple Street. Powwow and rendevous. We are in need of dancers and venders; please contact the below number if you or anyone you know is interested..  John Miller.  563-422-8975.


  • 07/26/14  - 07/28/14: Julyamsh Powwow 2014. Post Falls. Greyhound Park . 5100 W. Riverbend Ave.. The Coeur d'Alene Tribe hosts their annual Julyamsh Powwow - the largest outdoor powwow in the Inland Northwest - for three days at the Greyhound Park in Post Falls. The event honors Indian culture with dances, songs, games and spirituality. Join the celebration! .  .  800-523-2464, ext. 7261.


  • 05/30/14  - 06/01/14: 9th Annual Taylorville Blackhorse Pow Wow. Taylorville. Christian County Fairground. West Spresser and Fairground Road. Host Staff: To be announced. .  Barry Simpson.  314-302-4095.


  • 07/03/14  - 07/06/14: National Powwow. Danville. Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds and Conference Complex. 1900 East Main Street . National Powwow has been held every three years since 1969, with dances taking place in different parts of the country including Colorado, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Kansas. We are fortunate to have been able to establish relationships with exceptional singers, dancers, craftsmen and historians from all over the US and internationally, and we rely on the shared knowledge of our community to promote awareness and education of American Indian culture. We are proud to enter our forty second year of National Powwow and invite you to join our celebration of living and evolving traditions. Featuring: 4 nights of Intertribal dancing, Princess Contest, Society ParadeChildrens? Powwow, Educational Seminars, Arts & Crafts, Exhibition/Competition, Tipi Encampment and Contest,Exceptional variety of crafters and traders.  Chris Bryant .  .




  • 08/30/14  - 08/31/14: 6th Annual Ky. Native American Heritage Museum Pow Wow. Corbin. Monhollen/Phillips Farm. 4116 Cumberland Falls Highway. Traditional Pow Wow.  Ken Phillips.  606-528-6342.
  • 09/06/14  - 09/07/14: Trail of Tears Intertribal Pow Wow. Hopkinsville. Trail of Tears Commemorative Park. . 10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. This historically important event features tribal dancing, Native American storytelling, arts and crafts, and more. Enjoy wood carving, bow making, flint knapping, open fire cooking in pottery, bead work, Indian flute playing demonstration and more Native American activities. Great food choices and Native American made treasures like beadwork, jewelry, clothing and moccasins, soaps, herbs, tee shirts, dream catchers, art, music and more! Native American Dance Competitions and drum competitions Saturday and Sunday. .  Cheryl Cook.  (270) 885-9096 .


  • 05/16/14  - 05/18/14: Tunica-Biloxi Powwow. Marksville. Chief Joseph Alcide Pierite Pow Wow Grounds . Tunica-Biloxi Reservation. PARKING: There will be parking at Paragon Casino Resort and limited parking on the Reservation. A shuttle will be running from the main entrance of the casino to the pow wow grounds. ADMISSION: Gen. Admission - $5; Children (5 yrs & Younger) - $2; (Registered DRUMS & DANCERS in regalia and Paragon Associates w/ badges WILL BE ADMITTED FREE) .  Lena Ballard.  800-946-1946, ext. 2034 .


  • 09/20/14  - 09/21/14: 32nd Annual Bedford VA Hospital Powwow. Bedford . Bedford VA Hospital Grounds . 200 Springs Road . This is our biggest Powwow of the year. Here you will have the chance to dance, hear native drumming and singing. This event is open to the public and camping is encouraged. .  .  978-677-7153 .  


  • 05/17/14  - 05/18/14: 21st Annual Drums on the Pocomoke. Pocomoke. Cypress Park. 1 Bridge St, Pocomoke, MD 21851. This year's powwow is in honor of our past Chief Larry Medicine Cat Smack. There will be a special guest appearance by the 2004 Indian Summer Music Awards nominee, winner of the 2005 and 2006 Silver Arrow Award and five time Washington Area Music Awards nominated; singer/songwriter Georgie Jessup. Admission: Adults $5, Children 6-12 $3, Children 5 and under no charge, Military I.D. no charge. Host drum: NaMaWoChi. Lead male dancer: Duncan Munson. Lead female dancer: Ninna Bogush. If you are interested in vending at our powwow or have any questions, please feel free to contact us. .  Michael Quiet Bear Morabito.  302 539 8890.
  • 01/10/15  - 01/10/15: 15th Annual Benefit for St. Labre Indian School. Bel Air. John Carroll School. . Proceeds benefit St. Labr? Indian School in Ashland, Montana..  Gary Scholl.  410.838.8333 ex.2002.


  • 07/11/14  - 07/13/14: Moxie Spirit of the Wolf Intertribal Powwow. Lisbon Falls. in back of high School . Rte.196. During Moxie Festival. Artists & Crafters representing: North , South & Central America.Guest Drums Very Welcome! Friday fireworks at dusk. Gates Open @ 9: 30 A.M. Grand Entry @ 12:00 P.M. Each day.$ 5.00 Per Person,Children under 6 no charge, Seniors $4.00.Bring your friends, family, and lawn chairs and join us for this Celebration .  .  207-478-6846 .


  • 06/21/14  - 06/22/14: 3rd Annual Healing of the Nations Traditional Powwow. Monroe. Monroe County Community College. 1555 S. Raisinville Rd. Monroe,MI 48161. Non-competitive,Gates open at 10 a.m. Grand Entry at noon Adults $5, Seniors 60+$4,children 7-14 $3, under 6 free..  Art Robertson.  (734)755-4446. turtleislanddreamkeepersofmonroe (facebook)
  • 10/18/14  - 10/19/14: The Original Jackson Pow wow -22nd Annual Land of Falling Waters Traditional Pow Wow. Jackson. Middle School at Parkside. 2400 Fourth Street. .  Linda L. Cypret-Kilbourne.  269-781-6409.


  • 06/20/14  - 06/22/14: Waa Wiye Gaa Maag Annual Traditional Pow Wow. Round Lake. 28 mi. N of Deer River . on Hwy 46 S. Lake, MN . Vendor contact:Roberta Roybal, (218) 553-0648,  Gary Charwood .  (218) 760-7955.  
  • 09/19/14  - 09/21/14: Battle Point Annual Traditional Pow Wow. Battle ?Sugar Point. . Battle Point Dr.. (N) 35.9 mi E. on US-2 E of Bemidji MN Right Co Rd 8 (Bena) NE/County 8 NE 10.0 mi 8. Turn right Co Rd 73 NE 6.2 mi (S) 20 mi. E of Walker Hwy 200 left MN 84 11.8 m. R. Co. Rd. 73 6.2m. To Battle Point Dr. Vendors: Diane Smith (218) 654-5667 .  Leah Gale Monroe .  (218) 760-3127.






  • 07/10/14  - 07/13/14: 63rd Annual North American Indian Days Powwow. Browning. Blackfeet Reservation. 124 2nd. Ave. NW. North American Indian Days, an annual celebration and the largest and most impressive of Blackfeet tribal events, hosts Native Americans from every region of the United States and Canada. Featured events include traditional drumming and dancing contests, the crowning of Miss Blackfeet, a parade, fun run, PRCA Rodeo events and more. .  .  406-338-7103,406-338-7521.  

North Carolina

  • 05/09/14  - 05/11/14: Veterans Pow Wow. Mt. Airy,NC. Veterans Park. Veterans Park, Mt. Airy, NC. 27030. Honoring all veterans Pow wow. 1st Annual. Vendor and Gold Star Mothers. Spaces are limited.  Henery Lee.  336-749-0593.  
  • 07/11/14  - 07/13/14: Strong Sun Pow Wow. Kernersville, nc. Ivey Redmond Sports Complex. 808 Redmond Rd. Kernersville, nc. 27284. Native American Weekend In North Carolina 11th Annual intertribal Pow Wow. Vendor spaces are limited.  Jim.  336-618-0561.
  • 09/12/14  - 09/14/14: Lemuel Community Center. Morven, NC.. Lemuel Community Center. 206, Hwy 145 south. First Annual Intertribal Pow Wow. vendor spaces are limited.  Jim.  336-618-0561. htttp://

North Dakota

  • 08/03/14  - 08/23/14: Minneapolis American Indian Center Circle of Generations Monthly Powwow . Minneapolis. Minneapolis American Indian Center. 1530 East Franklin Ave.. 6-8 PM. Circle of Generations goal is to restore some of the traditional systems of social support and cultural connections for children, youth and families, in order to promote healthy families. .  .  612-879-1785 .



New Hampshire

  • 05/17/14  - 05/18/14: Honoring Of The Elders. Tamworth. Tamworth Camping Area. 194 Depot Rd. Inter-tribal Pow Wow .  Heather Bansil.  603-617-5852.
  • 08/23/14  - 08/24/14: Gathering of Friends Pow-wow. Allenstown. Meetinghouse Park. 65 Placewood Road (Rte 28). Call for more info..  .  603-674-8984.  

New Jersey

  • 06/14/14  - 06/15/14: Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape. Woodstone. Salem County Fair Grounds. State Highway, Rt. 40. Our Powwow celebrates the culture and socializing of American Indians. It is a ?living event? and not a ?reenactment.? Public Powwows invite non-American Indian people to learn and enjoy the celebration, while also respecting the culture. .  .  856-455-6910.  

New Mexico

  • 04/24/14  - 04/26/14: Gathering of Nations Powwow. Albuquerque. University of New Mexico . . The Gathering of Nations is a Native American Indian 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1983 to promote Native American, American Indian (indigenous) culture & tradition, and dispel stereotypes created about Native American Indian and indigenous people. Among many contributions to the Native community, the Gathering of Nations founded and funds the GON Native American Academic Scholarship Foundation for UNM Students and hosts the Annual Gathering of Nations PowWow, Miss Indian World Traditional Talent Presentations, Stage 49 and Indian Trader's Market the last full weekend of every April at the University of New Mexico Arena .  .  .  



New York

  • 06/06/14  - 06/08/14: Gateway to Nations Pow Wow. Brooklyn. Floyd Bennett Field. 50 Aviation Road. Tickets may be purchased at the gate or online at .  .  718-686-9297.
  • 08/02/14  - 08/03/14: Bear Mountain Pow Wow. Stony Point. Anthony Wayne Recreation Area at Harriman State Park. Palisades Interstate Parkway, Stony Point, NY 10980. Saturday August 3rd, 11am ? 8pm, Sunday August 4th, 11am ? 7pm Grand Entry of Dancers at 1pm and 4pm Price: $14 Adults & Teens (Plus fees if purchasing online), $8 Children 6-12 years old & Seniors 65+ (Plus fees if purchasing online), No fee for Children 5 years old and under; $8 Parking .  .  718.686.9297 .
  • 09/20/14  - 09/21/14: FDR PowWow. Yorktown Heights. FDR State Park. 2957 Crompond Rd, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 (Westchester). Saturday & Sunday 11am ? 7pm Grand entry of dancers at 1pm and 4pm Price: $14 Adults & Teens(plus fees if purchasing online), $8 Children 6-12 years old & Seniors 65+(Plus fees if purchasing online), No fee for Children 5 years old and under; $8 Parking .  .  718.686.9297 .


  • 05/03/14  - 05/03/14: Thunderbase 2014. Chillicothe. Ross County Fairgrounds. 344 Fairgrounds Rd. One day southern Protcol Lead Drum - Red Circle Drum Red Bird Hrad Man-James Weese Head Lady - Julie MC - Ross Davidson Morning 9:00-12:00 Education and crafts of the Native American .  .  740 756 7008.  
  • 05/10/14  - 05/11/14: 13th Annual Spring Woodland Powwow. Bellefontaine. Zane Shawnee Caverns & Southwind Park. 7092 St. 540. Shawnee Nation United Remnant Band is hosting the 13th Annual Spring Woodland Powwow this event is open to the public with gates opening at 10a.m. on Sat. & Grand Entry at noon. Admission is $8 (13 & up) $4 (4-12)3 and under free. Dancers with regalia who wish to dance will not be charged admission. This is a no competition powwow We are always looking for even more quality vendors and Drums to add. Give us a call..  Zane Shawnee Caverns (office).  937-592-9592.
  • 05/24/14  - 05/25/14: 5th Annual Native Woodland Gathering . Zanesfield. Hall-Fawcett Park. 4595 CR 153, , Oh 43360. Head Man: Shawn Riley, Head Lady: TBA, MC: David Russel, Host Drums: Thunder With the Hands, Other Drums: Southern Singers, Part of the 34th Annual Logan Hills Festival.  Dave Holland.   937-441-1565.
  • 06/20/14  - 06/22/14: Honoring Our Ancestors 10th Annual Inter-tribal Powwow. Williamsfield. Ashtabula Antique Engine Club. 4026 US 322. This is our 10th anniversary powwow and we are planning Special events.Call for more info..  Red Wolf.  440-319-4483 or 440-344-9845.  
  • 07/05/14  - 07/06/14: Monroe Powwow. Sardis. River's Edge Campground. 34396 State Route 7. Inter-tribal event Host drum - Fire River Arena Director - Logan Steele Head Veteran - Shawn Reilly Other staff to be determined .  Jennifer Babb.  740-934-9353.
  • 08/23/14  - 08/24/14: 3d annual Honoring Our Veterans Gathering. Sidney. Shelby County Fairgrounds. 655 S. Highland Ave. Head man- Tim Samaniego, Head Lady- Angela Allen, M/C-Aaron Stevens, AD-Mike Park. Vendor fee- 10x10 $50;;10x20 $60; electric is $10 extra contact- Melissa Lusk 419-223-1605, Mary Chambers 937-622-8308 George Reiter 513-256-3146 Open camping for particpants, $10 for weekend electric. they have showers and toilets on site. DRUMS: Southern Singers, & Skyhawk, invited drum Wild Band from Arizona & Hoop Dancers, Open drum for blanket money Grand entry Sat. 12pm & 6Pm, SUN 12pm have outside lights for evening dancing. Days Inn 937-492-1131 ask for powwow rate 513-256-3146 .  .  .  


  • 07/04/14  - 07/06/14: 68th Pawnee Veterans Powwow. Pawnee. Black Bear Stadium. . Call or email for more info..  .  (918) 873-0499 .


  • 05/03/14  - 05/04/14: Portland State University Naimuma Traditional Pow Wow . Portland. Peter Stott Center at Portland State University. 930 SW Hall St, Portland, OR . Host Drum: Eagle Thunder.The Naimuma Traditional Pow Wow is the heart and soul of the Native community at Portland State University. In addition to traditional drumming and dancing, we will have food and vendors as well as several special dances. .  Layla Woelfle.  503-725-5671.
  • 06/13/14  - 06/15/14: 44th Annual City of Roses DELTA Park Powwow and Encampment . Portland. East Delta Park. 10737 N. Union Court. All Day each day. Honoring Our Veterans Round Bustle Special. .  Sande Bea Allman.  503-984-7303.


  • 05/10/14  - 05/11/14: Noxens 9th Annual Mothers Day Pow Wow. Noxen. Noxen Fire Co Grounds. 3493 Stull Road. Open to Public Free Admission Free Parking Handicapped Accessible Gates open at 10 am Grand Entry at noon Head Male: Bob .  Wisteria.  570-947-2097.
  • 05/24/14  - 05/26/14: Benton Memorial Powwow. Benton. Camp Lavigne. 35 Camp Lavigne Rd. Benton, PA 17814. Honoring all our relations, Past & Present, all Veterans from every branch, Current Servicemen/Servicewo men & POW/MIA?s (You are not forgotten) Only $5 a person, seniors 65 and older and children 12 and under free! parking is free! Gates open at 10:00am with Grand Entry at Noon all three days. Stay for the informal evening Grand Entry at 7:00pm Saturday & Sunday and dance with us! Camping for Dances, Drummers, Singers, Vendors & Volunteers Only Special Features: A Special Memorial Day Ceremony Children?s hands on Educational area Flute performances by local Artists Iroquois Social Dances Storytelling & So much more! .  .  .
  • 06/14/14  - 06/15/14: Forksville Powwow. Forksville. Sullivan County Fairgrounds. Rt. 154, Forksville, PA 18616 . Traders & Craftsmen - Jewelry, Art, Knives, Furs, Blankets, Food, and more. Open both days @ 10 a.m. 200+ Participating Dancers, Storytellers, Aztec Dancers .  .  570-439-0026.  
  • 08/02/14  - 08/03/14: Canfield Island Powwow . Montoursville. Canfield Island Park. Greevey Road. Head Man: Willie 4 Crows. Others TBA. Pot luck dinner on Saturday. Camping for vendors and dancers.  Millie or Nichole.   570-267-8706 or 570-777-2852.
  • 09/13/14  - 09/14/14: The 1st Annual All Nations Benefit Pow Wow. Susquehanna. The Portal Institute, Inc.. 163 Melrose Avenue. At the foot of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, there will be an incredible two- day event with good music, good food and good company. The 1st Annual All Nations Benefit Pow Wow will bring together American Indian artists, vendors, drummers and dancers from all over to celebrate their culture with the entire community. It also allows visitors from the surrounding area to participate in this exciting cultural experience. September 13 & 14, 2014 Hours: Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Grand Entry: 12 Noon both days Emcee: Quentin ?Bear? Fuller Arena Director: Bobby Hurt Lead Male: Patrick ?Littlewolf? Brooks Lead Female: Sparrow Plainbull Jr. Lead Male: Samiakin ?Redbear? Allen Jr. Lead Female: Rachel Tupponce Host Drum: Red Blanket Singers Guest Drums: Thundervoice, WarPaint & Wild Band Special Performances by: Spirit Winds Eagle Pines Falconry & The Sinquah Family Dancers Admission: $ 8.00 Age 12 to Adult $ 4.00 Under 12 & Seniors (65+) Free admission Ages 3 & Under Free admission for Active Military & Veterans Free Parking **Admission includes entry to the museum and art gallery This is a Rain or Shine Event! Dance Arena is covered! Everyone is Welcome! Native-made Arts, Crafts, & Food, Music, Storytelling, Intertribal & Exhibition Dancing, ?.and much more! Day Money for the first 25 dancers who register! HOST HOTEL INFORMATION: Holiday Inn Express - Gibson 1561 Oliver Road Exit 219 @ I-81 New Milford, PA Tel: (570) 465-5544 Website: m Mention the 'All Nations Pow Wow' for a special rate. Proceeds from the pow wow will go to support The Belize Fund, an organization that was originally created to help provide education and health services to the children of Belize. The Belize Fund is now working to extend its support to the American Indian community. For more information contact Emelie Jeffries at allnationspowwow2014 or call The Belize Fund at 570- 727-3614 We hope you'll join us!!! Look for us on Facebook! https://www.facebook. com/events/20659771 9550638/.  Emelie Jeffries.  570-727-3614.

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  • 05/10/14  - 05/11/14: Larry Wood?s Memorial Mothers Day 5th Annual Pow Wow . Ardmore. John Barnes Park. 30515 ArdmoreRidge Road. 10am to 5pm. Head Man: Rob IronMan Burks, Head Lady: Kate Cricket Burks, MC: Farren Weeks, Host Drums: WhiteHorse Singers, Other Drums: All Drums Welcome, Head Vet:Clyde Maize.   Carol Woods.  256-508-6355.
  • 05/17/14  - 05/18/14: Powwow on the Plateau. Crossville. Cumberland County Fairgrounds. . Just off of exit 317, off of I-40. .  Mary or Linda.  931-787-0744 or 931-544-4908.  
  • 05/30/14  - 06/01/14: 1st Annual TMAT Intertribal Powwow. Dunlap. S.V.E.C Grounds. corner of Hwy 111 and Hwy 127. American Indian Arts & Crafts Jewelry, Beadwork, Drums, Flutes, Singers, and Dancers Traditional American Indian Food. Friday - Kid's Day (Kid's competition bow shooting, story telling) All drummers and dancers welcome! .  .  423-949-9011 .
  • 10/04/14  - 10/05/14: Cumberland Plateau 13th Annual. Cookeville. Putnam County Fairgrounds. . Hosted by: Indigenous Intertribal a non-profit organization, dedicated to the preservation of the American Indian and Native American Turtle Clan Association.Host lodgin, Day's Inn 931-528-1511. .  Linda or Carol.  931-544-4908 931-372-0495.  


  • 06/20/14  - 06/21/14: 58th Annual Texas Indian Hobbyist Association Summer Powwow. Belton. Bell County Expo Center. . Call or email for more info..  .  (972) 255-6849 .


  • 06/13/14  - 06/15/14: Heber Valley Pow-Wow at Soldier Hollow. Midway. Soldier Hollow. . For the past 9 years the Heber Valley Powwow at Soldier Hollow has grown to be one of the highlights of Heber Valley. With over 3500 people attending this 3-day event annually the Powwow has been a destination of social, family and cultural gatherings. This year?s Pow-Wow will be held on June 13th, 14th & 15th, 2014 at Soldier Hollow, in Midway, Utah. We hope you save the date to come experience the art, food and beautiful scenic views of the Heber Valley. Native American dancers from many nations will come to compete for prize money and to showcase their skills, stamina and handcrafted regalia. Each dance style is distinctive, artistic, and adds to an amazing cultural experience. The Powwow will include authentic Native American vendors with exquisite handmade Native American arts & crafts and delicious Native American foods. These crafts include everything from museum quality pottery and paintings, to one of a kind handmade jewelry. We invite everyone to enjoy savory frybread, roast mutton, and famous Navajo tacos. .  .  .


  • 04/26/14  - 04/26/14: American Indian Powwow. Virginia Beach. Mount Trashmore Park. . Spirited music, intriguing dance, and appetizing food will have you captivated with Native American culture. Now in its 14th year, this enlightening and colorful event also features authentic and Indian-inspired crafts for sale and display..  .  (757) 385-2990.


  • 07/26/14  - 07/27/14: Pow WowsAdd Pow WowUpcoming Pow WowsRecently Added Pow WowsYour Pow Wows 0WildFire Phillips InterTribal Pow Wow . Fair Haven. . 13 Sharon Drive, Fair Haven, VT . WildFire Phillips PowWow is getting an early start for the 2014 event held on July 26th and 27th to bring forth the beauty of the Native culture. We are seeking shawl dancers, jingle dancers, feather dancers, storytellers, drummers, flute players, native singers, fire keepers, vendors with native items only, also a MC (Master of Ceremonies) as well as historians who can help teach others about their native ancestry. We encourage attending nations to bring their tribal flags. Complimentary camping for vendors. Our ending times will be adjusted according to the events and ceremonies held during the day and evening. Being FAMILY oriented is our strong-point. .  Wildfire Phillips.   802-683-6133.





West Virginia

  • 05/03/14  - 05/03/14: Shawnee Gathering . Point Pleasant. Krodel Park. 1186 Charleston Road, Point Pleasant, WV . MC: Danny Two Eagles. Host Drums: All Nations.Michael Jacobs in concert from 6:00PM - 8:00PM. .  Fawn.  .
  • 10/18/14  - 10/19/14: 1st Annual Mekoce Shawnee of West Virginia Raptor Sanctuary Pow Wow . Fairmount. Sagebrush Roundup- Bunners Ridge. Bunners Ridge Road, Fairmont , WV . This is a benefit pow wow for the MSWV raptor sanctuary birds of prey. The birds will be on shown at the pow wow both days.Head Man: Aaron Two Hawks Bosnick. Head Lady: Bree Little Bear Brumage. MC: John White Hawk Dailey. Invited Drums- White Oak Singers, and Red Circle. .  Susan Snow Owl Woman Lewis.  304-376-5137.


  • 06/21/14  - 06/22/14: Plains Indian Museum Powwow. Cody. Robbie Powwow Garden. 720 Sheridan Avenue. Join the Buffalo Bill Center of the West for our 33rd annual Plains Indian Museum Powwow, a cultural celebration and competitive dance competition. Noon to 9 p.m. Saturday, June 21 and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 22. .  Nancy McClure.  307-578-4102.



British Columbia

  • 06/06/14  - 06/08/14: Spirit of the Peace 9th Annual Powwow. Taylor. District of Taylor Ice Center. 9880 Cherry Ave W. Our 9th Annual, 2nd competition powwow. Everyone is welcome! Admission by donation. Free camping on site.  Connie.  250-793-9886.
  • 08/01/14  - 08/03/14: 35th Annual Kamloopa Pow Wow. Kamloops. Special Events Facility. #5 Yellowhead Hwy. Would you like to Volunteer for this years exciting weekend, please contact the Kamloopa PowWow Society There are many positions to be filled, such as: Security, Monday Clean-up, Janitorial, Maintenance, Gates & Parking, and Concession (Chinese Food, Main, Pizza, Fruit). Princess Pageant Contestants will be selling 50-50's through-out the weekend, largest prize in 2012 was $2750 as the split..  Delyla Daniels.  250-828-9828.


  • 05/03/14  - 05/03/14: University of Manitoba Traditional Graduation Pow wwow 25th Anniversary. Winnipeg. University of Manitoba Investors Group Athletic Centre. . The purpose of the Annual Traditional Graduation Pow Wow is to honour INDIGENOUS GRADUATES of the University of Manitoba for completing their program. .  .  204-474-8850.  

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  • 08/23/14  - 08/24/14: Chippewas of Rama First Nation Annual Pow Wow. Rama. Pow Wow Grounds. 5884 Rama Road. Chippewas of Rama First Nation Annual Pow Wow Join us for a weekend of traditional dance and singing. Features competition dance and singing (with prizes), vendors, and traditional food and crafts. Reasonable entry fee. No pets or alcohol please. Please check our website for details as they become available..  Sherry Lawson.  7053253611.
  • 08/23/14  - 08/24/14: Chippewas of Rama First Nation Annual Powwow. Rama. Seniors Gazebo Area. 5884 Rama Rd. Grand Entry: Sat - 1pm & 7pm; Sun - 12:30pm. Everyone is Welcome Bring a blanket or lawn chair. NO PETS ALLOWED. .  John: x1294 or Vicki: x1288.  705-325-3611.  
  • 09/20/14  - 09/21/14: Curve Lake First Nation Pow Wow. Curve Lake. Curve Lake Cultural Centre. 1024 Mississauga St. Curve Lake. A celebration of First Nations Heritage with drums, songs and crafts. Every year, the end of the summer here brings with it the annual Curve Lake Pow Wow. Pow Wow begins at Noon Daily. This celebration consists of two days of dancing, contests and presentations, to re-establish old friendships and meet new people, with many vendors and performers in attendance. As every year, all of our neighbors from the surrounding towns are welcome to join us in most of the festivities. .  .  705-243-1646.  

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