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FEBRUARY 8-9, 2014
24th Annual World Championship Hoop Dance Contest
The Heard Museum. Central Ave. & Encanto Blvd. Phoenix, Arizona

All are welcome! Rain or Shine!

Gates Hours: 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Grand Entry 9:30 am. The Adult Division final round will begin at 2:00 pm Sunday.

Watch as more than 70 of the top Native hoop dancers from the United States and Canada compete for cash prizes and the World Champion title. Each day starts with a grand entry of all the dancers, with competition heating up with every round. Enjoy fry bread and the museum's cafe.

REGISTRATION: This contest is open to Native dancers only. Tribal enrollment card or CIB required.

Admission: Per Day (includes event and museum admission): $18 general admission, $13.50 seniors (65+), $12 American Indians and Heard Museum members, $7.50 for children age 4-12, FREE for children under 4.

More Information: Darian Begay Email:
Phone: 602.252.8848
Address: 2301 N Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004

FEBRUARY 14-16th, 2014
Vero's Thunder On The Beach Powwow
Indian River County Fairgrounds, 7955 58 th Ave, Vero Beach Florida 32960

All Public Are Invited. Looking forward to seeing all our old friends and making new ones. All dancers and drums are welcome!

Hours: Friday: 3:00 pm - 10:00pm. Grand Entry Is 7:00 pm.
Saturday: Gate Opens 10:00am-10:00 pm. Grand Entry 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Sunday: Gates Open 10:00am-6:00 pm. Grand Entry Is 1:00 pm

Everyone is welcome! Especially Dancers and guest Drums!

Traditional Powwow. No contest. Offer mystery money dances.

Join us for a jam packed schedule of events aand spectacular live performances! Bring the whole family to 'experience' the American Indian Culture like never before!

Over 30 Artisans and Crafters, Flute Makers, Great Food, Story circle and Lots More!

Host Drum: George Falcon. Second Drum: Red Bird, Jr. Head Man: Thomas Zermeno. Head Lady: Juanita Zermeno. Head Vet: TBA.  Master of Ceremonies: Bill Turax. Arena Director: Billy Kipp.

Thunder on the Beach Senior and Jr Princess will be crowned on Sat night. Senior Princess Age group 14 to 17. Jr Princess age group 8 to 13. Sign up on Friday and Saturday before 10:30 am.

Admission: Adults Are $8.00. Children Are $4.00. Seniors Are $4.00.
Children under 6 FREE.

Camping Info: Free Primitive Camping, RV hook ups (water and elect and sewer) $22.50 per night

Directions: Coming off I-95 turn East go to 58th Ave turn North the fairgrounds are about 6 miles on your left hand side , follow the signs.

More Information: Email
1670 11th Place
Vero Beach Florida 32960  

FEBRUARY 22, 2014
19th Annual  Benefit Pow Wow
Bluebonnet Ballroom in the University Center at The University of Texas at Arlington

Times: Gates - 11:00 am - 10:00 pm. Gourd Dancing  noon.   Dinner 4:00-5:00 pm. Grand Entry 5:00 pm.

Scholarship Benefit Powwow. All are welcome!

Intertribal dance, Gourd Dance, food and craft vendors. Contests: Contests: Prettiest Shawl Two-Step Switch Dance, and more!

Headstaff: Head Singer- Lance Tachawickah. Head Man Dancer Kasey Reynolds. Head Lady Dancer - Melissa Guerrero. Head Gourd Dancer- Timothy Yellowfish. MC - Michael Burgess. AD- Harold Rogers. Head Boy- Samual Ybarra. Head Girl- Tay-Wisty Edmonds.

Admission and Parking: FREE!

Directions: From either I-30 or I-20 take the Cooper Street Exit; from I-20 go North; from I-30 go South to UTA Blvd. / W. Border Street. Go east on UTA Blvd. / Border to Oak St. Turn left (south). The University Center is near the corner of Oak and W. First St.

More Information: Facebook: UTA Native American Students
Website :
General Info:
Vendor Info:

FEBRUARY 28- March 2, 2014
2014 Honoring Family
Renninger's Twin Markets, 20651 New Highway 441 Mount Dora, Florida 32757

Gates Open Daily: 10:00 am.
Grand Entry: Friday 7:00 pm. Saturday 1:00pm & 7:00 pm. Sunday 1:00 pm.

Friday is Children's Day from 9:00am - 2:00pm with special Demonstrations, Games, etc.

Intertribal Powwow. Everyone is Welcome!

Join us for Traditional Native American Culture Including: Drumming, Dancing, Crafts, and Food.

MC: Bert Iron Turtle Cox. Head Veteran: Clyde Standing Grizzly Maize. Head Man Dancer: Dean Swimmer. Head Woman Dancer: Mayola Maize. Host Drum: Meme'z Boyz & Southern Pine Singers. Firekeeper: Ken Cloudwalker. Color Guard: Local Veterans.

We are proud to announce that the following Native American Performers will be at our Pow Wow: Award-winning Violinist, Flutist, Story Teller, and Recording Artist: Arvel Bird. Grammy Award-winning Recording Artist: Joanne Shenadoah. Flutist: Mark Barfoot. Aztec Dancers: Tlaltlacayolotl ~ Earth, Heart, Man. Guest Elder: Kashka - Tlingit Legend Keeper - Storyteller. Singer/Songwriter: Carol "Crystal Woman". Story Tellers: James Black Wolf & Anita Quicksilver Hansen, Sarah 'Sunshine Badger Woman' and Grandma Coyote. Flutist: Utah Farris. Special Animal Appearances: 'Thunder' the American Bald Eagle.

An outstanding collection of Native American Artisans and Traders will be bringing their Creativity, Culture, and Crafts to our Pow Wow.

Admission:  Required Donation: Adults $5.00 Children Under 12 FREE
Active, Retired or Service Persons Admitted FREE.
Don't forget to bring Chairs and/or Blankets to sit on

Camping Info: Primitive Camping available, Limited camper hook-ups

Directions: Renninger's Twin Markets, 20651 New Highway 441 Mount Dora, Florida 32757. Just East of Mount Dora ~ Just 30 miles North of Orlando, Florida ~ West of Deltona, DeBary, Sanford ~ South of Gainsville, Ocala, Umatilla

More Information: Website:
Call Tony Ledford at: 352 636-4271 or 352 589-0045 EXT. 61
Write: Tony Leford PO BOX 1141 ~ Eustis, FL 32727

MARCH 21-23, 2014
40th Annual Denver March Powwow
Denver Coliseum, 4600 Humboldt, Denver, Colorado

Times: Gates: Friday-10:00 am- 10:30 pm. Saturday-10:00 am-11:30 pm. Sunday-10:00 am-9:30pm.
Grand Entries: Friday & Saturday- 11:00 am & 7:00 pm. Sunday: 11:00 am.
Detailed Schedule @ 

Contest Powwow

Admission: Under 6- FREE. $7 per day $20 for 3/day pass. Elders (60+) $3 per day, $9 for 3/day pass. Tickets sold at the door.

Parking is available behind the Coliseum for $10 with no in/out privileges.
The Committee has a limited amount of parking passes for sale for $25 good for the entire weekend. Handicapped parking is directly across from the Main Coliseum entrance.

Directions: From Interstate 25: On I-25 take the I-70 East Exit
From Interstate 70: Take Brighton Blvd. Exit off I-70 (right lane exits) either direction.
If you are eastbound on I-70, the exit will curve around so you can see the front of the Coliseum. Stay in the right lane.
If you are westbound on I-70, the exit will take you under the Interstate but you will be able to see the Coliseum a few blocks away.

More Information: Denver March Powwow, Inc.
PO Box 19178
Denver, CO 80219
Phone: 303-934-8045

MARCH 22-23, 2014
Central Michigan University's 25th Annual Celebrating Life Pow wow
McGuirk Arena (University Events Center), Mount Pleasant, MI
360 E Broomfield, Mt Pleasant, Michigan, 48859

Times: Doors open at 11am. Grand Entries:1pm and 7:00 on Saturday; 12 noon on Sunday.

Contest Powwow. Open to the Public.

Head Veteran George Martin. Master of Ceremonies Jason Whitehouse.
Host Drum The Boiys. Arena Director Dave Shananaquet. Head Male Judge Charles Belisle. Head Female Judge Cassie Thomad.

Over 20 Arts and Crafts Vendors.

Admission: $7 General Public.  $5 Youth.

More Information: Native American Programs
Address: 110B Bovee 125, Mount Pleasant, MI 48859

MARCH 30, 2013
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities - Spring Traditional Powwow
Great Hall of Coffman Union, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Times: Grand Entries at 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm. Feast at 5:00

Traditional Powwow . Open to Public

Drums: Host Drum - Meskwaki Nation. Invited Drums - Hoka-Hey and Thunderclaw. Head Man: Russell Harjo. Head Lady: Jessica Harjo. ADirector: Larry Yazzie. MC: Justin Huenemann.

Admission: FREE!

Vendors must call ahead to reserve a space. First three drums will receive honorariums - 5 man minimum. Specials will be determined

More Information:
Email Address:
Phone: 612-624-0243

APRIL 3-5, 2014
Cherokee of Georgia Spring Powwow
COG Tribal Grounds, County Road 121 and State Hwy 94, Saint George, Georgia

Traditional Family Dance Powwow-No competition. All who wish to come and have a good time are welcome!

Times (approximate): Thursday & Friday: 9:00 am-Flag raising, school field trips.1:00 pm-Social Dancing. Friday: 7:00pm Grand Entry. Saturday: 10 a.m- Trader's open.. NOON- Lunch at Camp. 1 - 5 p.m. -Social Dancing, story telling and anything else we come up with that may be culturally informative or even fun. 5:30 p.m.- Supper For The Camp. Sunset - Flag lowering. 7 p.m. - Grand Entry Invocation, Veteran's Songs, Memorial Song Commence Evening Program and Dancing.

Fry Bread, Indian Chili, Ice Tea, Lemonade, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Soft Drinks, Hot Dogs and French Fries are available at the cook shack. Breakfast is sold on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings.

The Cherokee of Georgia Tribal Library and Cultural Center will be open for your enjoyment between the afternoon dances and the evening grand entry and dancing on Friday and Saturday.

Our Nature Walk (starts at the west end of our parking lot) is open to the public.

Storytellers, Children's games, Primitive Camp/Tools, Ancient Museum relics, Flute Players and many Traders with Arts and Crafts

Drums: Red Bird Jrs Singers. Head Man: Kirby Locklear. Head Lady: Lorraine Sark Therrien. Arena Director: Billy Kipp. MC: Tye Bell.

Admission: FREE! Parking: FREE!

Bring chairs or blankets for sitting!

Free Tent Camping-come early because space is limited. Limited RV electrical available.

More Information:
Vendors Call: (904) 446-7223 110 Cherokee Way
st. George, Georgia 31562
Facebook: Cherokee of Georgia

APRIL 18-20, 2014
28th Annual ASU Powwow
ASU Band Practice Field, Sixth Street & Rural Road, Tempe, Arizona

Hours: Friday: 5:30 p.m. - Gourd Dance. 7 p.m. - Grand Entry. Saturday 11:30 a.m. & 5:30 p.m. Gourd Dance. Tiny Tots Pow Wow 7-7:30 p.m. 1 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. Grand Entry. Sunday 11:30 a.m. - Gourd Dance. 1 p.m. - Grand Entry

Contest Powwow. Everyone Welcome!

Host Northern Drum Stoney park, Morley, Alberta. Host Southern Drum
Sizzortail, Shawnee, Oklahoma. Master of Ceremonies Dennis Bowen, Sr., Allegeny Seneca Territory, New York. Head Gourd Dancer
Kenneth Cozad, Anadarko, Oklahoma. Head Judge Darnell Baker, New Town, North Dakota. Arena Director Darrell Goodwill, Fort qu'Apelle, Saskatchewan.

Contest dancing, Native American vendors, Native food

Admission Fees: Admission: Adults - $12.00. Students w/ID - $7.00. Three-day Pass: $20.00. No charge for spectators under 6 and over 60.
$1.00 off Admission with Donation of a Food or Hygiene Item for our Native American Troops.

Singer & Dancer Registration: $10.00.

Camping Info: No camping is allowed on the grounds due to Arizona state regulations.

Directions: 6th St South Rual Road Tempe AZ

More Information: Email Address:
Phone: 480-965-5224
Address: Post Office Box 248, Tempe, Arizona 85280

APRIL 19, 2014
UC Davis, East & West Quad. One Shields Avenue, Davis CA 95616

Times: 10:00am-10:00pm. Dance Registration begins at 10:00am. Gourd Dance begins at 11:00am. Grand Entry is at Noon.

All dancers, drums, and spectators welcome! This Powwow is an Alcohol and Drug Free Event!

Admission Fees: FREE! Parking is also free and available outside the main campus gates. If you have mobility concerns and need access beyond the gates please contact us!

For more info or if you would like to be a vendor please check out:  and

APRIL 24-26, 2014
The 31st Annual Gathering of Nations World Celebration Powwow
University of New Mexico Football Field, Albuquerque, New Mexico
(I-25 exit Avenida Cesar Chavez, across the street from The Pit)


APRIL 26, 2014
14th Annual American Indian Pow Wow Celebration of Life for All People
Mount Trashmore Park, 300 Edwin Drive, Virginia Beach Virginia

Times: 11am to 6pm. Grand Entry:12 noon.
Meal Hours: 1 p.m. or 2:00 p.m. (tbd)
Special Event Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Traditional Powwow. Family oriented event by the city of Virginia Beach. All are welcome. (space limited for drums)

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.

Head Staff- TBA

Admission Fees: FREE and open to the public. Free onsite parking.

Camping or Facility Information: Call event coordinator for info: 757-385-2992

Directions: I-64 to I-264, Virginia Beach exit. Take Independence Blv South exit (exit 17A). Go to next light and turn left. You will see Mount Trashmore Park on your right.

More Information: Email Address:
Phone: 757-385-2990. Virginia Beach Parks and Recreation Special Events.
Address: 300 Edwin Drive, Virginia Beach VA 23452

MAY 9-11, 2014
43rd Annual Stanford UniversityPowwow
Eucalyptus Grove, Stanford, California

Friday: 5:00pm Dancers and Drums registration opens; Indian Art Market opens.
7:00pm. Grand Entry #1. Invocation. Welcome Address. Introduction of Head Staff.
8:00pm Intertribals; First Round, Dance Competition - All Categories. 10:00pm
Closing Song and Dance Out.
Saturday: 7:40am Fun Run Registration Closes. 8:00am 18th Annual Fun Run.
11:30am Dancer and Drum registration opens. 1:00pm Dancer and Drum registration closes. Grand Entry #2. Invocation and Introduction of Head Staff. Intertribals. Exhibition - Tiny Tots. Exhibition - Golden Age. Exhibition - Men and Women adult categories. Chicken Dance special (?). Tiny Tot special (?). Intertribals. Social Dances (public participation encouraged). Second Round, Dance Competition, Junior and Teen. Closing Song. 4:30pm Stanford Native American Alumni Gathering. 5:00pm
Dinner Break. Special Performances 7:00pm. Grand Entry #3. Invocation and Introduction of Head Staff. Exhibition - Junior, Teen, and Adult Women categories
Intertribals. Social Dances (public participation encouraged). Second Round, Dance Competition - Adult Men categories. 11:00pm Closing Song and Dance Out.
Sunday: 11:30am Gourd Dancing. 1:00pm Grand Entry #4. Invocation and Introduction of Head Staff. Intertribals. Social Dances (public participation encouraged). Honor Song - 2014 Native Stanford Graduates. Special Contest - Switch Dance, Men and Women. Second Round, Dance Competition - Adult Women categories. Honor Song - Mother's Day. Exhibition - Junior, Teen, and Adult Men categories. Hand Drum Contest
6:00pm Closing Song. Contest Winners Announced.

Contest Powwow. Anyone and Everyone is welcome!

Open Dancer registration

Offered: Indian Art Market, Information Booths,

Admission: Free admission, Donation for Parking Fee

Camping Info: Camping Available

Directions: From 101 (North and South)
Take the Embarcadero Road exit west toward Stanford. Embarcadero turns into Galvez Street at El Camino Real as you enter campus near Stanford Stadium. The Powwow will be to your right--follow the signs to parking.

From 280 (North and South)
Exit Page Mill Rd East toward Stanford. Turn left at El Camino Real. Turn Left at Galvez/Embarcadero near Stanford Stadium. Follow the signs to parking.

This is an Alcohol and Drug Free Event

More Information:

MAY 10-11, 2014
Noxens 9th Annual Mothers Day Pow Wow
Location: 3493 Stull Road, Noxen, PA 1636

Times: Gates Open 10 am Grand Entry at Noon. Circle open: Saturday 12-6 and Sunday 12-5pm

Traditional Gathering Style Pow Wow. Anyone with an open mind welcome!

Sloppy Joe Wimpiecontest Friday evening, free to enter, CASH prize to the winner. Meals provided for dancers and vendors Saturday Breakfast, Saturday Evening Meal Potluck Bring Dish to pass. Sunday Breakfast and Sunday Dinner provided, food for sale during event.

Drums: Otter Creek, Eagle Thunder, One Heart Drum, Mother Earth Drum and Singers. Head Man: Bob "Turkey Dancer" Brown. Head Lady: Kandra "Wind Dancer" Brown. Dancers: Traditional, Jingle, Chicken, Fancy Shawl. MC: Richard Grey Owl Greene.


Camping Info: Camping is allowed but electric is limited and at the price of $7.00 per day. No camping spaces will be reserved, first come first serve basis so come early.

Dogs must be on leashes Please pick up messes!

Directions: From North or South, Interstate 81 to 309 North (Wilkes Barre) to 29 South to Center of Noxen and follow signs OR Route 6 to Route 29 S (Tunkhannock) to Noxen and follow signs
From East: Interstate 80 to directions above
From West: Interstate 80 to directions above or 118 East to 29 North to Center of Noxen

More Information: Email Address:
Phone: 570-947-2097

MAY 16-17 2014
27th Annual Multicultural Indian Event
Oakville Indian Mounds, Oakville Alabama

Times: Friday: 8am-3pm (Grades 5-8 and General Public). Saturday: 10 am -5pm (All, General Public).

Traditional Native American Dancing. Everyone welcome!

Admission: Free, $2 per car parking

More Information: Email Address:
Phone: 256-905-2499

MAY 16-18, 2014
Tunica-Biloxi Pow Wow
Chief Joseph Alcide Pierite Pow Wow Grounds
Tunica-Biloxi Reservation, Marksville, Louisianna

Times: Grand Entries: Friday 7:30 p.m. Saturday 1:00 & 7:30 p.m. Sunday, 12 noon. Pow Wow ends @ 4:00p.m.
Registration (Dance & Drum): Opens 5-8 p.m. on Friday. Closes 12 noon on Saturday.

Traditional Contest Powwow. Open to the Public.

Performers: Pura Fe; Hawk Henries (Nipmuc Flutist. Robby Romero (Native Rock) ; Tunica-Biloxi Legendkeepers.

Native American Dance Competition (Up to $35,000 in prizes): Golden Age (Age 50 & Up; NEW 4 categories ~ Men & Womens Northern and Southern), Adult (Ages 18-49; Men & Women categories), Junior (Ages 11-17; Boy & Girl categories), Chicken Dance category - Adult (Age 18+). Children (10yrs. & under receive day money on Sat & Sun.). Any one category with less than five (5) dancers will be combined. Entry fee is $5 for dance competition participants.

Committee Special Dance Contest: Friday, May 17, 8:30PM. Three categories will be selected randomly after Friday Grand Entry ~ $1,000 take-all prize for each category. Participants must register and dance in Grand Entry on Friday at 7:30PM.

Drum (Singing) Contest (up to $12,000 in prizes):
Three Places in both the Northern & Southern categories; 1st Place $3,000; 2nd Place $2,000; 3rd Place $1,000. Host drums are not eligible.

*Competition Points start at 1PM Saturday.

Admission Fees: General Admission - $5; Children (5 yrs & Younger) - $2; Elders (65 & older) - $3 (Registered DRUMS & DANCERS and Paragon associates w/ badges WILL BE ADMITTED FREE)

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.

Camping Info: Limited Free Camping next to grounds while space last. RV Campground at Paragon Casino RV Resort next door.

Directions: Chief Joseph "Alcide" Pierite Pow Wow Grounds, Tunica-Biloxi Reservation, Hwy 1 @ Marksville, LA 71351

More Information: Email Address:
Phone: (800)946-1946, ext 2034
Address: 711 Paragon Place
Marksville, LA 71351

MAY 16-18, 2014
Seventh Annual Ontelaunee Park Intertribal Powwow
Ontelaunee Park 7344 Kings Hwy. (Rt. 143), New Tripoli, Pennsylvania 1806

Gates open 10 am with Grand entry at noon both days.

Native American dancing, drumming, food, arts, music, culture and community. Open to the public (bring your own seating).

MC: Chuck Gentlemoon Demund. Host Drum: Eagle Thunder,also; One Heart, Itchy Dog, Homeboyz, All drums welcome! Please call Mark. Head Man: Elk Spirit Bass. Head Lady: Diane Hummingbird Woman Larkin . Musical Performances by: Spirit Wing and others.

Admission: $7, seniors $5, children 12 and under free.
 Call for group rates. Proceeds to benefit; The Pink Shawl Project, New Tripoli Volunteer Fire Co. and Ontelaunee Park.

Camping for dancers, drummers, vendors, and volunteers only.

There will be a potluck togetherness feast for dancers, drums, vendors and volunteers on Sat. night. Please bring a favorite food to share.

Camping Info: Camping for dancers, drummers, vendors, and volunteers only. Sorry No public camping on site. Call for alternatives nearby.

Directions: 15 miles east of Allentown, PA from east: route 78 to route 100 north
exit to route 309 north to route 143 south to park on left. from West: route 78 to
Lenhartsville exit, route 148 north 12 miles to park on right LOOK FOR SIGNS

More Information: Mark One Hawk 484-941-1317,  
Facebook: Ontelaunee Powwow

JUNE 6-8, 2014
9th Annual Spirit of the Peace Powwow, 2nd Annual Competition Powwow
District of Taylor Ice Center, 9880 Cherry Ave W, Taylor British Columbia, Canada

Times: Grand Entries: Friday 7pm, Saturday 1PM and 7PM, Sunday 1PM and 7PM.

Everyone is welcome!

Admission: FREE. While there is no registration fee, donations are always welcome.

Camping Info: Camping available on site for RVs and tents. Teepees welcome to set up.

Directions: Located 11kms southeast of Fort St. John BC at Mile 36 of the Alaska Highway (Highway 97)

Interested Vendors, Arts and Crafts people; please contact via telephone or email for more information.

More Information: Email Address:

JUNE 7-8, 2014
Native Solutions Jacksonville Intertribal Pow wow
Germania Springs Park, 540 Roy Webb Rd, Jacksonville, AL

Times: Saturday 10-8 Grand Entry 11:00. Sunday 10-7 Grand Entry 11:00

Traditional Powwow. All dancers and drums welcome!

Host Drum-Grandfather Strongheart. Head Man-David Doty. Head Lady-Dawn Carden. MC-Gary Smith. Arena Director: Cody Niera.

Traditional food, craft vendors, educational demonstrations

Admission - Adults $5 ; Elders 65 & up and children 10 & under-Free.

Camping: Primitive camping available.

Directions: 540 Roy Webb Rd, Jacksonville, AL. Highway 21 just past Jacksonville State University.

More Information: Email Address:
Phone: 256-820-3644
Vendors by invitation only-Contact Ruth at   or call 256-820-3644

JUNE 13 - 15, 2014
Fourteenth Annual Inter-Tribal Osage River Pow Wow
NEW LOCATION!! Tuscumbia Riverside Park, Tuscumbia, MO. 65082

Traditional Powow. All Drums And Dancers Welcome. Public Welcome. Bring Lawn Chairs

Hours: Friday: 4pm-10pm. Saturday: 10am to 10 pm; Sunday: 10am to 4pm. Meal Hours: For dancers, drums and vendors. Sat 5pm

Head Staff: Host Southern Drum: Young Bucks. Host Northern Drums: Eaglewind. M.C ---Lance Cully. Head Gourd: Grant Phelan. Head Man: Bill Tidwell. Head Lady: Saundi Kloeckener. Arena Director: Jerry Braiuca. Special Guest: Larry Sellers. "Cloud Dancing" of the hit TV show Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.

Beauty, fun, vendors!

Admission: Adults: 3.00; Children 4 to 12: 1.00; 3 years & under: FREE!

Camping: Primitive camping available, some electricity

Directions: From Eldon, MO take hwy 52 East to Tuscumbia. In Tuscumbia turn right on HH and follow the pow wow signs to the river park

For more information please call Janet Dudley at (573) 369-2710
Or email Janet Dudley at
Address: 70 Jackson Cemetery Road, Ulman, MO 65083







AUGUST 2-3, 2014
21st Annual Pow-wow Suscol Intertribal Council
Honoring Native American Elders
Yountville Veterans Home Picnic Grounds, 100 California Dr, Yountville, California (North of Napa on Hwy 29)

Times: 11 am 6 pm. Grand Entry noon on Saturday.

FREE- OPEN to PUBLICFamilies welcome!

Bring a blanket or chair. Food and Craft vendors available.

Info: # (707) 256-3561 voice
PO BOX5386
Napa, CA 94581

AUGUST 16-17, 2014
34th Annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival
Museum of Indian Culture, 2825 Fish Hatchery Road, Allentown, PA 18103

Times: Gates open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily rain or shine. Grand Entry: 12:00 noon.

Social Powwow. Everyone Welcome!

Drums: Host: Silver Cloud Singers (Southern); Guest: White Buffalo Singers (Northern). Head Man: Robert SilentThunder (Gros Ventre, MT). Head Lady: Kristian Smith (Cheyenne River Sioux, SD). Dancers: Matthew White Eagle Clair (Mikmaq, Canada), Hoop Dancer. ADirector: Wesley Hasley (Oneida, NY)
MC: George Stonefish (Delaware, First Nations, Canada). Special Guests: Arvel Bird, Paiute violinist and flutist. Aztec Fire Dancers--Salinas Family from Mexico City.

The festival includes: a childrens hand-on activity area where they can learn to make dreamcatchers, cornhusk dolls, and Navajo sand painting, have their face painted, hear American Indian stories, and help paint our festival mural; life skills demonstrations including Atlatl and Tomahawk throwing, Flint knapping, Arrow making, Flute making, and Native Cooking demonstrations by Heart to Hearth; and artifact displays and appraisals by Lee Hallman, the Museum of Indian Cultures curator.

Vendors will offer hand-crafted items such as handmade silver and beaded jewelry, Kachina dolls, pottery, leather clothing, soap stone carvings, Indian trade silver and other crafts. American Indian cuisine of Fry bread prepared by Danielle Shenandoah (Oneida, NY), buffalo burgers, buffalo stew, Indian Tacos, corn soup and more will be available. The festival will also feature nationally-known Onondaga artist Eli Thomas.

Admissions: $7 adults, $5 seniors over 62 and children 8-17, children under 8 FREE. Parking FREE.
Camping Info: Primitive camping facilities available.
Directions: From Interstate-78, US-22, PA-309, and Rte. 222 (Hamilton Blvd.): Exit onto Cedar Crest Blvd. South. Pass Lehigh Valley Hospital on your right. After light, turn left onto Fish Hatchery Rd. Go down the hill, pass the fish hatchery on your left, and the Museum is the next building on your right.

From the turnpike: Take the Northeast Extension of turnpike (476). Get off at the Lehigh Valley Interchange and bear right toward Allentown. Take exit 309 South, then exit onto Cedar Crest Blvd. South. Pass Lehigh Valley Hospital on your right. After light, turn left onto Fish Hatchery Rd., go down the hill, pass the fish hatchery on your left, and the Museum is the next building on your left.

From Rte. 100 / 29 North: Bear right at the ice cream stand at the "y" in the road. Go north toward Emmaus. Make left at the light onto Cedar Crest Blvd. (Rte. 29). Turn right at the light onto Fish Hatchery Rd. Go down the hill, pass the fish hatchery on your left, and the Museum is the next building on your left.

More Information: Email Address:
Phone: 610-797-2121
Address: Museum of Indian Culture, 2825 Fish Hatchery Road, Allentown, PA 18103

AUGUST 23-24, 2014
Chippewas of Rama First Nation Annual Pow Wow
5884 Rama Road, Rama, ON, Canada

Times: Grand Entries: Saturday: 1PM, 7PM; Sunday: 12:30PM

Contest Powwow- traditional dancing and singing. Everyone is welcome!

Traditional food and craft vendors, traditional song and dance with
competition and prizes, guest speakers.

Admission Fees: Reasonable entry fee (to be determined).

Camping Info: No pets or alcohol allowed. Two hotels in Rama including Casino Rama and hotel. Multiple campsites in excellent camping region.

Directions: Located at 5884 Rama Road, Rama ON L3V 6H6. Pow Wow grounds are directly across from Casino Rama.

From South/Barrie/Toronto/etc:
Take Highway 400N to Highway 11N. Follow Highway 11N to exit Highway 12. Follow Highway 12 to Rama (see signs for Casino Rama). Turn left on Rama Road. Site is on left across from Casino Rama.

From North/Muskoka/North Bay/Sudbury/etc:
Take Highway 11 South to Washago/County Rd 169 Exit (see signs for Casino Rama). Follow County Rd 169 to Rama Road on right. Follow Rama Road for about 12KM to Pow Wow Grounds on the right.

From Highway 12/Brechin/Kawarthas/Peterborough/etc:
Follow Highway 12 to Rama Road exit on right. Turn right on Rama Road, follow Rama Road until 5884 Rama Road on the left (across from Casino Rama).

More Information: Email Address:
Phone: 7053253611
Address: 5884 Rama Road
Rama, ON, Canada

AUGUST 30-31, 2014
6th Annual Kentucky Native American Heritage Museum Pow Wow
4116 Cumberland Falls Highway Corbin, Kentucky

Times: Gates Open at 10 AM Saturday & 12:00 Noon Sunday.
Grand Entry 12:00 Noon Saturday & 1:00 PM Sunday.

Traditional Powwow. Everyone is welcome!

Drums: Choctaw Drum. Head Man: Dean Swimmer. Head Lady: Raven Stanley. Dancers: Intertribal. ADirector: John Davis. MC: Larry Sellers. Special Guests: Kicking Eagle, Larry Sellers "Cloud Dancing" of Television's Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman.

Luck of the Draw Prizes for Dancers. Native American Drums, Flute, Demonstrators, Vendors, Storytellers, Native American Art.

Admission: $5.00 Children Under 12 Free

Camping Info: Free Primitive Camping. Free RV Camping - No Water Hook Ups

Directions: Interstate 75 - Kentucky Exit 25 toward Cumberland Falls State Park. Pow Wow Grounds are 1 and 1/2 miles from the Interstate.

More Information: Email Address:
Phone: (606) 528-6342
Address: 4116 Cumberland Falls Highway Corbin, Kentucky 40701

SEPTEMBER 26-28, 2014
3rd Annual Inter-Tribal Native American Holiday Powwow
Dade Battlefield Historic State Park 7200 CR 603 Bushnell, Fl. 33513

Times: Friday 10am-9pm -- Saturday 10am-9pm -- Sunday 10am-5pm. Grand Entry: Friday 6pm -- Saturday 1 & 6pm -- Sunday 1pm. All Grand Entry's will include a veterans honor service.

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.

Admission: Admission is $3.00 per person-- Children under 12 FREE.

More Information: Email Address:
Phone: 3524084239

SEPTEMBER 13-14, 2014
1st Annual All Nations Benefit Pow Wow

 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

An American Indian Gathering. Everyone is welcome! This is a rain or shine event!

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.

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.

Native-made Arts, Crafts, & Food, Music, Storytelling, Intertribal & Exhibition Dancing, .and much more!

Day Money for the first 25 dancers who register!

Admission: $ 8.00 Age 12 to Adult. $ 4.00 Under 12 & Seniors (65+). Free Ages 3 & Under. Free admission for Active Military & Veterans. Free Parking
**Admission includes entry to the museum and art gallery.

This is a drug and alcohol-free event. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets. Pow Wow etiquette will be observed. Camping is available for dancers and vendors. Please call or email for more details.

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.

More information: Contact Emelie Jeffries at or call The Belize Fund at 570-727-3614.
Emelie Jeffries, Event Coordinator
RavensWing Productions | P.O. Box 34 | High Bridge, NJ 08829
Cell: 908-200-5783













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