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  • 04/10/15  - 04/10/15: 1ST INDIGENOUS ARTS MARKET. Davis. East and West Quad, University of California-Davis. One Shields Avenue, Davis CA 95616. FOR 2015 we are happy to announce an additional day of Indigenous craft and food vendors on the UC Davis campus on Friday April 10th- the day before Powwow in the same location. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. FEATURING NATIVE AMERICAN MUSICIANS. FOR MUSICIAN LINEUP PLEASE CONTACT POWWOW WORKING COMMITTEE..  Powwow Working Committee.  530-752-7032. http://ccc.ucdavis.edu/powwow.html   powwows@ucdavis.edu
  • 04/11/15  - 04/11/15: 43RD ANNUAL UC DAVIS POWWOW. Davis. East and West Quad, University of California-Davis. One Shields Avenue, Davis CA 95616. Hosted by the Powwow Committee at UC Davis. Head Staff as follows. Arena Director: Art Martinez (Chumash) MC: Tom Phillips (Kiowa/Muscogee Creek) Head Woman: Leah McGurk (Navajo) Head Man: Marcos Madril (Pascua Yaqui) Head Girl: Grace Baga (Tachi-Yokut/Sicangu Lakota) Head Boy: Tahlee Carlisle Rattan Singh Lead Gourd Dancer: Erik Kimple (Blackfeet). Host Northern Drum: All Nations. Host Southern Drum: Red Buffalo. ALL DRUMS AND DANCERS WELCOME. CONTEST DANCING. NATIVE AMERICAN CRAFT AND FOOD VENDORS. FREE EVENT // WELCOME TO THE PUBLIC. FREE PARKING AVAILABLE IN UC DAVIS LOT 5,5A. SHUTTLE FOR ELDERS TO AND FROM PARKING LOTS AVAILABLE. PLEASE CONTACT POWWOW COMMITTEE FOR MORE INFORMATION. .  Powwow Working Committee.  951-443-8114. http://ccc.ucdavis.edu/powwow.html   powwows@ucdavis.edu
  • 05/02/15  - 05/03/15: 30th Annual UCLA Powwow. Los Angeles. UCLA North Athletic Field. Los Angeles CA 90095. Hosted by the American Indian Student Association at UCLA. May 2nd and 3rd, 2015 Head Staff: (TBA Shortly) Northern Drum Southern Drum Head Man Head Woman Arena Director Master of Ceremonies Head Judge California Golden State Gourd Society Spoon Keeper Bird Singers Ms. UCLA Pow Wow Princess 2014-2015 Susan Jackson Events for American Indian Staff and American Indian Alumni! Ms. UCLA Pow Wow Pageant Dancing and Singing Contest- All dancers and drums welcome. Parking Available in Lot 4 & 8- $12 per day Admission Free, Open to the Public American Indian Arts and Craft Vendors Native Food Vendors.  AISA.  310-206-8043. www.uclapowwow.com   powwow@ucla.edu
  • 09/18/15  - 09/20/15: Tule River Powwow. Porterville. McCarthy Ranch. 32657 S Reservation Road. 13th annual intertribal powwow. Open to all dancers and drummers. Out door event on Tribal land..  Harold Santos.  559-782-1619.   hipsantos62@gmail.com
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Florida

  • 09/18/15  - 09/20/15: Spirit People Intertribal Family Pow Wow. Odessa. Gunn Hwy Flea Market. 2317 Gunn Hwy Odessa, FL 33556. We are Back to Odessa Storytelling, Drumming Dancing + Educational Events Friday a Blanket Trade 2pm to 5pm .  Robert Langlais.  727-277-4770.   chiefbullhawk0443@gmail.com
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Georgia

  • 10/17/15  - 10/18/15: 3rd Annual American Indian Festival. Blue Ridge. Flea Market and Gateway Store. intersection of Hwy 515 and Joseph Drive. Dancers, Vendors Crafts, Traditional Native American Foods, Flute Players, Story Tellers, Drums .  .  .   mydarlinglittlecircle@gmail.com
  • 10/17/15  - 10/18/15: 3rd Annual American Indian Festival. Blue Ridge. Flea Market and Gateway Store. intersection of Hwy 515 and Joseph Drive. Dancers, Vendors Crafts, Traditional Native American Foods, Flute Players, Story Tellers, Drums .  .  .   mydarlinglittlecircle@gmail.com
  • 10/17/15  - 10/18/15: Blue Ridge American Indian Festival. Blue Ridge. . across from 1512 Appalachian Hwy. Blue Ridge, GA 30513. This Festival is an outreach to the community to celebrate the teachings of LOVE, HONOR, RESPECT and GRATITUDE. Scheduled for Saturday and Sunday October 17 and 18, 2015 adjacent to the Blue Ridge Flea Market located 2 miles south of Blue Ridge, GA on main Hwy 515 between Blue Ridge and Ellijay GA. Admission is free. Only a parking fee of $5.00. The purpose of the Blue Ridge Native Festival is to feature the history and culture of the Blue Ridge Mountain?s area and honor the Native people whose nation included this whole scenic area. Sharing the culture as it survives today with an Intertribal gathering, open to the public, with opportunity to experience the dance, art, music, singing, performance, crafts and the so important ceremony. This multi-faceted festival is for the families and all people of all races to share in the culture of the southern Appalachians residents who were here prior to colonization. This Festival will include Native American Intertribal Dancers, the Tlaltlacayolotl Azteca Dancers, Thunder Bird drum with singers, music performances by Women of Heart, music by Indian flute performers Falcon Flutes Dana Ross and Jerry Spirit Hawk. There will also be demonstrations, raffles of handmade items and trade blanket. .  Edna Countryman.  . https://www.facebook.com/events/1619067498325103/   bramericanindianfest@gmail.com
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Kentucky

  • 09/05/15  - 09/06/15: 7th Annual KY Native American Heritage Museum Honoring Our Veterans Pow Wow. Corbin. K & S Farm. 4116 Cumberland Falls Hwy. Traditional Pow Wow.  Ken Phillips.  606-528-6342. www.knahm.org   sioux80@msn.com
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  • 04/10/15  - 04/11/15: 47th Annual MSUB powwow. Billings. MSU-Billings. 1500 University Dr. 47th annual MSU- Billings powwow.  Dave Kobold.  406-657-2182. msubillings.edu/americanindian/powwow.htm   MSUBPowWow@msubillings.edu
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North Carolina

  • 05/08/15  - 05/09/15: 37th annual AICA POWWOW. Tryon. Foothills Equestrian and Nature Center(FENCE). 3381 Hunting Country Road, Tryon, NC 28782. AICA(American Indian Cultural Association of North Carolina) 2 day event, Camping on site (Fee involved)Craft and food Vendors welcome. Free admission. Fri Grand Entry 730pm. Sat 10am Craft Competition 1pm Gourd Dance 3pm Inter tribals 730pm Grand Entry. Great location, Covered arena..  Bryan Barnes.  8036672613. aicaofnc.org   3dbbdb@bellsouth.net
  • 05/15/15  - 05/17/15: Armed Forces Day Pow Wow. Wadesboro. Jay R. Shelton Ball Park. 306 Camden St.. Armed Forces Day Intertribal Pow Wow, Honoring All Veterans. Friday is Children's Dat. Saturday and Sunday normal Pow Wow. This is a traditional non competition Pow Wow. for more info please contact listed. Vendor spaces are limited..  Pow Wow Committe.  336-618-0561. http://nearriverdwellers.com   chief@nearriverdwellers.com
  • 07/10/15  - 07/19/15: 12th Annual Strong Sun Pow Wow. Kernesville. Ivey Redmond Memorial Park. 803 Beason Rd. 12th Annual Strong Sun Pow Wow is a Intertribal non competition Pow Wow. Friday will be children's day with teach sat and Sunday normal pow wow vendor spaces are limited please contat 336-618-0561.  pow wow committee.  336-618-0561. http://nearriverdwellers.com   chief@nearriverdwellers.com
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New Hampshire

  • 05/16/15  - 05/17/15: Honoring of the Elders Pow Wow. Tamworth. The Tamworth Camping Area. 194 Depot Road. Traditional Native American Inter-Tribal Pow Wow. Featuring Native American dancing, drumming, singing, crafts and vendors. Bring a folding chair and/or a blanket and enjoy the day!Suggested Gate fee: $3 for adults 18 and over; $2 for those 12-17 years old and under 12yrs and 55 plus are free.No drugs, alcohol, fire arms or politics within pow wow.Pets are welcome. They are required to be on a leash at all times, you must clean up after them and they can not be left unattended at any time..  Aric Junkins or Heather Bansil.  603-617-5852. http://honoringoftheelders.wix.com/powwow   honoringoftheelders@gmail.com
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New York

  • 06/14/15  - 06/14/15: Thirteenth Annual Drums Along the Hudson: A Native American and Multicultural Celebration. New York. Inwood Hill Park . 218th Street and Indian Road . The 13th Annual DRUMS ALONG THE HUDSON?: A Native American Festival and Multicultural Celebration will take place on Sunday, June 14th, 2015 in Upper Manhattan?s Inwood Hill Park from 11:00 am until 6:00 pm, rain or shine. This event is free to the public and is presented by Lotus Music & Dance in collaboration with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation, sponsored in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York City Council. The host for the event will be Sandra Bookman, weekend anchor for WABC-TV and host of .  Angelina Hines.  2126271076. www.drumsalongthehudson.org   studiomanager@lotusmusicanddance.org
  • 07/03/15  - 07/05/15: Powwow/Festival. Lake George. Fort William Henry, Museum & Restoration grounds. 48 Canada Street, Lake George, NY 12845. Gates open at 10:00am daily, Grand entry 12:00 noon daily. Aztec dancers at about 2:00pm daily. The Festival will have Native food, crafts we honor all veterans, candy dance for all kids daily, all Children under 5 yrs. free, nursing home residents and totally disabled persons are free, public may join in some of the dances. .  Bob Ross.  607-776-6776.   metisnnaandca@gmail.com
  • 07/11/15  - 07/12/15: Corn festival Powow. Setauket 11733. Elementry School. Main St. & View Road. Aztec & Taino Dancer Traditional Dancing Drums,Story Telling Native Crafts, food Grand Entry 1PM. Retiring Flags 6PM Admission a Donation Free Parking.  Helen Sells.  631-698-5517.   sellshelen9@aol.com
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Ohio

  • 06/13/15  - 06/14/15: 25th Annual Fort Ancient Celebration: A Gathering of Four Directions. Oregonia. Fort Ancient Archaeological Park. 6123 St. Rt. 350. Experience one of the premier Native American-themed educational events in the region! Enjoy Native flute museum and drumming, and view up to 100 dancers in full regalia. View demonstrations by silversmiths and flints knappers, or participate in dream catcher workshops and walk through an 18th century camp. Hear expert storytellers ply their trade, or sit in on presentations by herb and Native heritage experts. Get in on the fun with crafts, games, tomahawk-throwing, archery, and prehistoric garden tours with the Master Gardeners. Sponsored by: P&G, Local 12, the Dayton Society of Natural History, Brickman, and the Ohio Historical Society. *No firearms, politics, drugs or alcohol permitted. Sorry, no walk-in drums..  Jack Blosser.  1?800?283?8904. http://www.fortancient.org/   jblosser@fortancient.org
  • 07/04/15  - 07/05/15: Monroe Powwow. Sardis. River's Edge Campground. Twp. 542 Sardis, Ohio 43946. The 5th annual Monroe Independence Day Powwow. Host Drum - Chaske Hotain, Co-host Drum - Fire River Singers, Invited Drum - Sunset River. AD - Logan Steele, MC - Dana Laquay, HM - Shawn Reilly, HL - Kirsten Koenig. Gates open at 10 am with Grand entry at noon on Saturday and 1:00 pm on Sunday. Admission is $5.00, kids and seniors $3.00, Dancers Free. Camping is available For campground info contact Pam Horn at River's Edge Campgrounds (740- 472-4800) For powwow info contact Jennifer Babb (740- 934-9353)..  Jennifer Babb.  740-934-9353. Facebook/monroe powwow  
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Pennsylvania

  • 05/02/15  - 05/03/15: Wild Bill's Powwow. Tunkhannock. Lazybrook Park. Rt-6 Tunkhannock. Cowboys re-enactment, Pony rides , Competition dance, firedance at dusk, Hoop dancer-Lamar, Native foods, crafts vendors, flute player. $6.00 adults, Seniors $5.00, children 10 and under no charge. For more info contact Dale Longfeather at (570)737-3012 .  Bill Lazore .  (315-)412-1360 .   Keyrocker@aol.com
  • 05/09/15  - 05/10/15: Noxens 10th Annual Mothers Day Pow Wow. Noxen. Noxen Fire Co Grounds. 3493 Stull Road Noxen, PA 18636. 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 MC:Richard ?Grey Owl? Greene Dennis Wagners Honor Guard, honoring ALL vets Drums: Otter Creek Singers, Eagle Thunder, Mother Earth Drum, Pretty Elk Singers Native American Fry Bread and food by Noxen Volunteer Fire Company. Native Vendors Arts and Crafts , Shirts, Leather, Beadwork, Bulk Beads, Books, CD?s, Blankets and much more Sloppy Joe ?Wimpie?contest Friday evening, free to enter, CASH prize to the winner. Meals provided for dancers and vendors Saturday Evening Meal ? Potluck ? Bring Dish. 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 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! No alcohol ? No drugs ? No guns - No Politics of Any Kind. Committee has the right to remove anyone. .  Natalie.  570-947-2097.   noxenpowwow@yahoo.com
  • 09/12/15  - 09/13/15: All Nations Benefit Pow Wow. Susquehanna. The Belize Fund/The Portal Institutel. 163 Melrose Road. 10am - 6 pm - Grand Entry 12 noon Both Days Sponsored By The Belize Fund & The Portal Institute, Inc. This Pow Wow will serve to benefit the Oneida Nation. Admission: $7 12+ $5 Seniors & Veterans Free Active Military, Children under 12 & Dancers in Regalia Please bring non-perishable food for Oneida Food Bank Vendor Inquires or more information: Contact Marlene Iris Rain or Shine Event No Pets, No Alcohol & No Drugs Allowed Bring Lawn Chairs .  Marlene Iris.  570.727.3614. www.portal-found.com   portal@portal-found.com
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Virginia

  • 07/24/15  - 07/26/15: Wolf Creek Inidan Village and Museum Pow Wow. Bland. old Bland County Fair Grounds. 601 Main St.. Wolf Creek Intertribal Pow Wow is traditional Non competition pow wow, Vendor Spaces are limited,for full details check contact info.  pow wow committee.  336-618-0561. http://nearriverdwellers,com   chief@nearriverdwellers.com
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  • 04/18/15  - 04/19/15: Western Washington University Native American Student Union Spring Powwow. Bellingham. Western Washington University. 516 High Street, Bellingham, WA 98225. The Native American Student Union at Western Washington University is proud to host a spring powwow. Come enjoy great music, dancing, food, and art with us! If interested in being a vendor, please contact us at the email provided..  .  .   nasuwwu2015@gmail.com
  • 10/09/15  - 10/11/15: Skagit Valley College Fall Powwow. Mount Vernon. Skagit Valley College ~ Dave Duvall Pavillion . 2405 E. College Way. Showcasing a weekend filled with drummers and dancers in full regalia, the Skagit Valley College Fall Powwow is a multicultural event sure to draw performers from all across the U.S. and Canada. ? The powwow will be hosted by the one and only Anthony Bluehorse as Master of Ceremonies. ? Host Drum will be the incredible Black Lodge Singers, a family drum from White Swan, WA started by Kenny Scabby Robe (Blackfeet), his wife Louise (Yakama), and their twelve sons. ? Head Man Dancer Sheldon (Navajo) Shebala and Head Woman Dancer Paula Shebala (Blackfeet) are well-respected championship dancers from Coeur d? Alene, Idaho. ? Arena Director Raymond Rehaume is a Chicken?dancer from Everett, Washington. ? Whip Man Lou LaBombard is a Seneca-Mohawk (Haudenosaunne) of the Iroquois confederacy, Wolf and Heron clans, and lives with his wife on Whidbey Island. Professor Labombard holds several degrees in Anthropology and Sociology at Skagit Valley College, and is an international teller of Native American oral traditions, head singer, traditional dancer, MC, and judge at Pow Wows around the country. There will be cash prizes for the dance contests, and wonderful door prizes given away throughout the celebration.? Activities feature dance performances, a Kid's Corner for arts and crafts, and vendors selling traditional crafts and original Native American artwork. The event will be held indoors, with nearby?access to area hotels, campgrounds, and restaurants.?Food vendors will be on campus, and a complimentary dinner is being planned for honored guests of the pow wow.? Skagit Valley College has a long history of collaboration with it's local Native American neighbors, including hosting pow wows on campus in previous years.?In 2012, famed Swinomish Master Carver Kevin Paul created the beautiful story pole for the campus, as a celebration of the?culture of the?area tribes and their relationship with Skagit Valley College. We hope to have Mr. Paul as an honored guest at this year's powwow. Admission and parking are free, so be sure to put the Skagit Valley College Fall Powwow, October 9 - 11, 2015 on your calendar today! .  Alana Quigley.  (360) 540-3450. www.SVCPowwow.com   Alanaquigley75@icloud.com
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British Columbia

  • 06/12/15  - 06/14/15: Spirit of the Peace competition powwow. Taylor. District ice centre. 9880 cherry ave west. We are pleased to share our dates for the 10th Annual Spirit of the Peace Competition Pow wow ?Uniting Our Fires? June 12, 13 & 14 2015 at the District Ice Centre in Taylor, British Columbia Competition Categories are: Junior Girls & Boys Teens Girls & Boys Adults Men & Women Golden Age Men & Women Prizes Drum Contest Prizes Specials Vendors Please Contact Marlene Greyeyes @ 250-785-0612 Ect 245 .  Connie .  2507931468.   Asmanitowabi@hotmail.com
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