Noxen’s 14th Annual Mothers Day Powwow

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/12/2018 - 05/13/2018
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Location
Noxen Fire Company Fairgrounds.

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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
FREE PARKING – FREE ADMISSSION – HANDICAPPED ACCESSABLE
Gates Open 10 am        Grand Entry at Noon
Circle open: Saturday 12-6 and Sunday 12-5pm
This is a demonstration of  Native American Drums and Dancers in full regalia from multiple nations performing to educate on the traditions, dance styles and cultures of various Native American tribes. There will be Native Food, story and legend telling, flute music as well as multiple hand-craft vendors including bead work, shirts, leather,silversmith, furs, CD’s, blankets, healing herbal products…and much more!
Dogs are welcome but must be on leashes – ALL DOGS MUST DISPLAY CURRENT RABIES AND REGISTRATION…NO EXCEPTIONS!!! Please pick up messes!
No alcohol – No drugs – No guns – No Politics of Any Kind. Committee has the right to remove anyone.
MC:  Mark “One Hawk”
HEAD DANCERS: Chrissy “Prancing Deer” and Ben “Kahnansgi” Reichart Dianne “Running Wolf” and Joe “Spirit Wolf”
Drums: By invitation only, contact Natalie
For more Information or interested vendors or drums Contact: Natalie(570)947-2097 or (570)520-4483 or noxenpowwow@yahoo.com
Camping is allowed but electric is limited and at the price of $7.00 per day payable up front.
No camping spaces will be reserved. First Come First Serve Basis
Sloppy Joe “Wimpie”contest Friday evening, free to enter, CASH prize to the winner. Cost is $1.00 per bowl.  Meals provided for dancers, vendors and volunteers: Saturday and Sunday Breakfast, Saturday Evening Meal (Potluck –please bring a dish to share) and Sunday dinner provided. All others interested in joining us for a meal are welcome at a cost of $5.00 per person per meal.
Volunteers are needed and appreciated.
Trade blanket and open circle (49) Saturday evening
IN AN EFFORT TO KEEP MOTHER EARTH CLEAN PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN DINNER SET IE: PLATE, BOWL, SPOON, FORK, ETC. Wash stations will be available.
From North or South, Interstate 81 to 309 North (Wilkes Barre) to 29 South to Center of Noxen and follow signs
From North Route 6 East or West to Route 29 South (Tunkhannock)  and follow signs to center of Noxen and follow signs
From East or West on  Interstate 80 to 81 North to 309 North to 29 South and follow signs.
From West on 118 to 29 North and follow signs

 





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