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California

  • 09/13/14  - 09/13/14: 7th American Indian Heritage Celebration. San Jose. Santa Clara County Fairgrounds- Pavillion Hall. 344 Tully Road, San jose CA 95111. Starts at 12pm with traditional Big Time/California dance groups/Pomo,Amah Mutsun, Maidu 12pm- 4pm Aztec dancing from 4pm-5pm/Calpulli Tonalequeh Aztec Dance Group POWWOW from 5pm-10pm POWWOW MC:Randy Pico Arena Director:Earl Neconie Head Northern Drum:swiftcloud SouthernDrum:Souther n Express *All drums and dancers welcome American Indian Market from 12pm- 10pm Tribal Sponsors: Muwekma Ohlone Tribe of the San Francisco Bay area, Amah Mutsun Tribal Band of Mission San Juan Bautista & Mission Santa Cruz, Ohlone Costanoan Esselen Nation of the Greater Monterey Bay Area. Open to the public *Free Admission *This is an alcohol and drug free event* .  Monica V. Arellano.  . www.com/pages/american-indian-heritage-celebration   americanindianheritage@gmail.com
  • 07/05/14  - 10/06/14: Big Time Gathering Pow-wow 6th Annual 2014. lucerne Valley. Pioneer Park. 33187 Old Woman Springs Road. Big Time Gathering Pow-wow 6th annual October 4-5, 2014 @Pioneer Park 33187 Old Woman Springs Road Lucerne Valley,CA 92356 *All drummers welcome *Indian Craft Vendors(needed) *dancers welcome for more info please contact Ophelia Porter: 1(760)885- 5924 .  Ophelia Porter.  1(760)885-5924.   sophiahorse@ymail.com
  • 10/17/14  - 10/18/14: Auburn Big Time ? Pow Wow. Auburn. Gold Country Fairgrounds. 1273 High Street, Auburn CA. Native Artists/Food/Contest Dancing Indian Market Friday and Saturday Friday, October 17th - Friday Night California Native Dancing, 6:00pm-9:00pm Saturday, October 18th Intertribal contest Dancing and Hawaiian Dancers, 10:00am - 9:00pm Information - Sierra Native Alliance (530)888-8767 Vendors - (530)363- 8526 Dancers and Drums (530)888-8767 80 frwy to Reno. Exit Maple Street and bear to the left. Maple changes to Auburn Folsom Road to Fairgate Drive and make a left into the parking lot. Parking is free as well..  Loren.  (530)888-8767. www.sierranativealliance.org/events   loren@sierranativealliance.org
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Delaware

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Florida

  • 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 s@aol.com 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. .   sumternativeamericans@aol.com
  • 10/10/14  - 10/12/14: Chattahoochee River Landing Intertribal Pow Wow. Chattahoochee. Chattahoochee River Landing Park. 269 River Landing Rd.. The City Of Chattahoochee Florida and Our Pow Wow Committee invite you to join us for a day or the weekend The Chattahoochee River Park Intertribal Native American Pow Wow October 10, 11, 12, 2014 To be held at: 269 River Landing Rd Chattahoochee, Florida 32324 Host Drum: Red Horse Singers Head Man: Harley McGhee Head Lady: Shannon Truax Arena Director: Lester Scroggins M.C.: Bill Truax Head Veteran: Brian Beasley Friday and Saturday 10:00am till 10:00pm Sunday 10:00am till 4:00pm RV Camping Available At The Campground - At Reduced Fee Primitive Tent Camping - Free For Information Contact: Bill Truax - 850- 209-7083 Debra Hicks-Smith - Vendor Contact: 850- 277-1026 E-Mail: Chattahoocheepowwow@ yahoo.com.  Bill Truax or Debra Hicks-Smith.  850-209-7083 or 850-277-1026.   chattahoocheepowwow@yahoo.com
  • 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 . http://www.silverhawkflutegathering.com   slvhawk@aol.com
  • 11/28/14  - 11/30/14: 36th Annual Chambers Farm Fall Family Powwow. Ft. McCoy. Chambers Farm. 22400 NE Hwy 315, Ft. McCoy, FL 32134. 36th Annual Chambers Farm Fall Family Powwow Family oriented event open to all. No drugs, alcohol, or firearms. Bring your chairs or blankets and spend the day enjoying Native American Culture at its best. Admission $5.00 per carload - 1 raffle ticket included with each paid car Primitive camping $5.00 per night. Food venders offer Fry bread, Indian Tacos or just good 'ole hot dogs and hamburgers! Many Native crafters and artists offer their wares for sale to the public. Children's activities every day. Intertribal dancing open to all. Exhibition dances offer explanation of various styles of dance and regalia. Northern Host Drum: Birdchopper (Cherokee) Guest Drum: Medicine Horse MC: Rick Bird (Cherokee) Arena Director: Thomas Zermeno (Apache) Flute: TBA Head Man Dancer: David Smith Head Lady Dancer: Kathy Shackelford Head Veteran: Jack Clark ? Entertainment ? Storytelling ? Children's Activities ? INTERTRIBAL DANCING ? DANCERS - NO CHARGE ? LUCK OF THE DRAW $5 ? NATIVE FOOD & VENDORS ? HONORING FT. McCOY VFW HOME - Saturday, NOV 29 Host Motel Days Inn East 352-236-2575 Ask for Powwow Rates address: 22400 NE Hwy 315, Ft. McCoy, FL 32134 We are located off I-75, between Gainesville and Ocala off exit 368, 20 minutes east on Hwy 318, turn right on NE Hwy 315 Ft McCoy, Florida and follow the signs to Chambers Farm. IF USING GPS, use Ft. McCoy 32134 then follow Powwow signs For more Information http://www.chambersfarm.o rg look for Chambers Farm on facebook.com chambersfarmpowwow@yah oo.com MiMi 813-323-1340 Becky 407-327-1212.  MiMi or Becky.  813-323-1340 or 407-327-1212. http://www.chambersfarm.org   chambersfarmpowwow@yahoo.com
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Hawaii

  • 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. kauaipowwow.com   drb.onkauai@gmail.com or kauaipowwow@gmail.com
  • 10/04/14  - 10/05/14: 40th Annual Honolulu Intertribal Powwow: Honoring the Elders. Honolulu. Thomas Square. 925 South Beretania Street. Free Admission; No contest. Head Man: Shiigo Yellowhorse; Head Woman: Shandiin Yellowhorse; MC: Cliff Matias; AD: Tom Rowland; Host Drum: Wildhorse Singers: Guest Drum: 808NDNZ.  Rosanna Prieto.  808-772-9918. http://www.honoluluintertribalpowwow.com/   honolulupowwow@gmail.com
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Illinois

  • 09/13/14  - 09/14/14: American Indian Center of Chicago. Elk Grove Village. Busse Woods Forest Preserve. Rt. 72 Higgins Road, Groves 23-27. 61st annual Chicago powwow! Competition dancing and drumming, cultural dance exhibitions, Native- owned goods and food vendors! First annual 5K run/walk Sept 13 7am registration, 8am kick off..  Cyndee Fox Starr.  773.275.5871. www.aic-chicago.org   cyndeestarr@sbcglobal.net
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Indiana

  • 09/20/14  - 09/21/14: Shakamak State Park Pow Wow. Jasonville. Shakamak State Park. 6265 W State Road 48 . Traditional Pow Wow, White Hawk Host Drum, Thunder with the Hands- CoHost. George Martin Head Vet, Dave Shananaquet,AD. Michael Jacobs, Cherokee Entertainer DisPennetts< Flutes, Native Craft Booths, Bruces Fry Bread, 10am- 9pm Sat. Grand Entry 1230pm. PARK ENTRY $ 5.00 PER VEHICLE, Handicapped parking Located in Group Camp area with shuttle from pool area.  Susan.   812-696-2731. www.scaicouncil.org   scaicouncil@yahoo.com
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Kansas

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Kentucky

  • 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 . www.trailoftears.org   tourism@visithopkinsville.com
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Massachusetts

  • 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 .  
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Maryland

  • 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.   glsjcs@yahoo.com
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Maine

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Michigan

  • 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. landofthefallingwaters.tripod.com   landoffallingwaters@hotmail.com
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Minnesota

  • 09/12/14  - 09/14/14: Mendota's Tradititional 15th Pow wow. MENDOTA. St Peters Church. 1405 Sibley Memorial Hwy 55150. We are a small traditional pow wow not a competition we dance to dance, we do have a small pay out to help with gas..  Sharon Lennartson.  651-452-4141. www.mendotadakota.com   mmdc01@comcast.net
  • 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.   leahgale@hotmail.com
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North Carolina

  • 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://nearriverdwellers.com   info@nearriverdwellers.com
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New Hampshire

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New Jersey

  • 10/04/14  - 10/05/14: Pow-wow Cherokee Nation of New Jersey 18th ANNUAL 5 NATIONS INTER-TRIBAL FESTIVAL. Mount Olive Township. VASA PARK. WOLFE ROAD. SPECIAL GUEST CHIEF OF THE NORTH EASTERN BAND CHIEF OKENA LITTLEHAWK LEAD DANCERS ROBERT TURKEY DANCER & KENDRA WIND DANCER HOST DRUMS RED THUNDER BEAR DRUMS .  CHIEF C.W. LONGBOW .  862 -235-7079.   dogfox1894@gmail.com
  • 11/15/14  - 11/15/14: Veterans PowWow. Somerville. St John's Episcopal Church. 158 West High Street. Second Annual Native Veterans PowWow.  Harold Willard.  718 753 1077.   twofires1@aol.com
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New Mexico

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Nevada

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New York

  • 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 . http://redhawkcouncil.org/powwows/   native@redhawkcouncil.org
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Pennsylvania

  • 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: www.hiexgibsonpa.co 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 @gmail.com 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. http://www.portal-found.com/pow-wow-benefit.html   allnationspowwow2014@gmail.com
  • 09/13/14  - 09/14/14: MUDDY RUN POWWOW. Holwood. Muddy Run Park. 172 Bethesda Church Road. September 13th and 14th Gates open 10am till 9 pm Saturday. 0am till 5 pm Sunday.Come on out and see us . $5 per person 7and under 65 and over free. Proceeds benefits JDRF (Junior Diabetes Research Foundation). Please bring lawn chairs.  Arvil.  717-817-6421. www.lawilowan.com   walksas1one@yahoo.com
  • 09/27/14  - 09/28/14: Noxen's 10th Annual Fall Pow Wow. Noxen. Noxen Fire Co. Grounds. 3493 Stull Road Noxen PA 18636. Open to the public. This event is to educate on the Native American culture. There will be Native American Drums, Flutes, Story Tellers, Dancers and Vendors.This is an all nations gathering. .  Natalie Bowersox.  570-947-2097.   Noxenpowwow@yahoo.com
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South Carolina

  • 10/18/14  - 10/19/14: Native American Cherokee Trail River Festival. Cayce, SC. Granby Gardens Park. 1800 12th Street Ext. Cayce, SC 29033. Fun Festival for the entire family. Native American Dancers in Regalia History of the Cherokee Trail and Demonstrators Story Telling, Children Activities Craft Vendors, Food Vendors .  Laura Bailey.  803-366-1705.   circleofnativeamericans@gmail.com
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Tennessee

  • 09/26/14  - 09/28/14: 14th Annual Buffalo River Pow Wow. Linden. Pow Wow Grounds. Airport Ridge Rd. Traditional Pow Wow. Special guests: East Tennessee Overhill Cherokee Descendants. Dancing, Drumming, Arts & Crafts..  Ray or Sharron Benge.  931-589-9628.   rbenge1@tds.net
  • 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.  
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Texas

  • 10/11/14  - 10/12/14: Rocking The REZ Pow-Wow. El Paso. Socorro Entertainment Center. El Paso Texas. $50,000 in Prize Money indoors/outdoors (venders) all adults categories all teen categories all jr categories tiny tots drum contest.  Speaking Rock.  9158607777. https://www.facebook.com/rockingtherez  
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Virginia

  • 11/11/14  - 11/11/14: 12th Annual Veterans' Powwow at George Mason University. Fairfax. Johnson Center in Dewberry Hall. 4400 University Dr, Fairfax, VA 22030. 12 Noon - 8PM Veterans Honor Ceremony at 4:30PM. FREE of charge and open to all! Vendors please email naia.gmu.edu and we will contact you with additional info. NO VENDOR FEE! .  Sarah Thompson.  703-888-7295.   sthomp26@masonlive.gmu.edu
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West Virginia

  • 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.   sbsnowowl@aol.com
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Ontario

  • 09/06/14  - 09/07/14: 14th Annual Traditional Powwow . Midland. Ste Marie Park. Hwy 12 and Wye Valley Road, Midland ON. Grand Entry Sat & Sun at noon - closing ceremony Sun 4:30 Sunrise ceremony both days. Rough camping for participants. Everyone welcome. Public admission $5 children under age 10 free..  Kathy or Starla.  705-526-5589. www.gbnfc.com   gbnfc@gbnfc.com
  • 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. http://www.curvelakeculturalcentre.ca/  
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