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Alaska

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Alabama

  • 10/23/15  - 10/24/15: Ma-Chis Powwow. Troy. Troy University Campus. 600 University Ave. Skilled artists and demonstrators. Trade blanket Friday night..  .  334-897-3207.   chiefjames@centurytel.net
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California

  • 09/12/15  - 09/12/15: 8th American Indian Heritage Celebration. San Jose. Santa Clara County Fairgrounds - Pavilion Hall. 344 Tully Road, San Jose, CA 95111. 8th American Indian Heritage Celebration - Saturday September 12, 2015 at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds in San Jose, California from 12 pm to 10 pm Free admission and open to the public $5 Parking BIG TIME AZTEC DANCING HOOP DANCE EXHIBITION HAND DRUM CONTEST GOURD DANCING POWWOW SPECIALS HEALTH FAIR AMERICAN INDIAN MARKET CAKE WALK POTATO DANCE APPLE DANCE KID'S FUN ZONE CULTURAL ACTIVITIES POWWOW DANCE CONTEST $2000 in prize money MC - Randy Pico Arena Director - Earl Neconie Host Northern Drum - Swiftcloud Host Southern Drum - Aaron Bear and Co. Head Lady Dancer - Lucha Diaz Head Man Dancer - Marcos Madril Head Teen Girl Dancer - Breanna Castro Head Teen Boy Dancer - Nathan Bercier Head Girl Dancer - Raven Bercier Head Boy Dancer - Doug Kaiser Jr. All Drums and Dancers Welcome This is an alcohol and drug free event See you there.  Monica Arellano.  408-445-3400 x208 - Vernon.   americanindianheritage@gmail.com
  • 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
  • 10/02/15  - 10/04/15: Stillwater Pow Wow. Andeson. Shasta District Fair Grounds. 1890 Briggs Street, Andson Ca 96007. Friday: 7pm Grand Entry. Saturday 12pm and 7pm Sunday Grand Entry 12pm Head Staff: Host Drum: Midnite Express Guest Drum: Southern Express MC: Carlos Calica AD: Roy Reddner HM: Gary Villa HW: Candace Linklater HTB: Quindon Calica Spotlight Special $600 Drum Contest $1000 Admission$3.00 Excluding Dancers and Drummers For Vendor information Contact Rob Krikorian 530.227.1059.  Louise Davis.  530.242.4511. http://www.stillwaterpowwow.com   louised@redding-rancheira.com
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Colorado

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Connecticut

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District of Columbia

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Delaware

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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
  • 10/17/15  - 10/18/15: Silverhawk Native American Flute Gathering. Dade City. Withlacoochee River Park. 12449 Withlacoochee Blvd. Non stop entertainment all weekend. Vendors, Native American food, much more. Open to the public. $2.00 a vehicle to get in. Camping on the grounds. Tent, camper, and R V. See web site for complete information for directions and map..  Dock Green Silverhawk.  813-763-2118. www.silverhawkflutegathering.com   slvhawk@aol.com
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Georgia

  • 10/01/15  - 10/03/15: Cherokee of Georgia 35th Annual Fall PowWow. Saint George. Cherokee of Georgia Tribal Grounds. 110 Cherokee Way. Free Parking, Free Admission, Free Tent Camping, Limited RV Hookups. Lots of social dancing (no competition).  Chief Tall Oak Martin.  904-699-6416. www.cherokeeofgeorgia.org   cherokeeofga@att.net
  • 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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Hawaii

  • 10/03/15  - 10/04/15: 41st Annual Honolulu Intertribal Powwow: We Are Family. Honolulu. Thomas Square Park. 925 South Beretania Street, Honolulul, HI 96814. Non-Competition Powwow. Free admission. Head Man: Nico Black Eagle Phoenix; Head Woman: Dominique Lombardi; MC: Kamana Hunter; AD: Tom Rowland; Host Drum: The Wildhorse Singers; Guest Drum: 808NDNZ.  Loa Simoes.  (801) 896-4487. www.honoluluintertribalpowwow.com   honolulupowwow@gmail.com
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Iowa

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Idaho

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Illinois

  • 10/03/15  - 10/04/15: 15th Intertribal Pow Wow. Arrowsmith. Grand Village of the Kickapoo Park. 8144 N 3100 E Rd. 15th Intertribal Pow Wow at the Grand Village of the Kickapoo Park. Fun for the entire family. Dancing, Singing, Drumming. Rides to see our Bison herd up close and personal. Food, Native crafts, activities for Kids. October 3 2015 10 AM till 10 PM Grand Entry at 1 PM anf 7 PM October 4 2015 10 AM till 7 PM Grand entry at 1 PM Find us on Facebook for more information. Grand Village of the Kickapoo Park.  Angelo.  309-261-3043. grandvillage.net   Grandvillagekickapoopark@gmail.com
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Indiana

  • 09/26/15  - 09/27/15: Steve Witt Memorial 20th Annual Gathering of the People Powwow. Terre Haute. Vigo County Conservation Club. 10382 Grotto Road, Terre Haute, In 47805. Free Parking; Admission: $5.00; Children 15 and under Free; All Dancers in Regalia at no charge! Gates and Traders open both days at 10:00am Saturday: Grand Entry 1:00 p.m. Intertribal Dancing 1:30 ? 5:00 p.m. Flute Players 6:30 ? 7:00 p.m. Grand Entry and Intertribal Dancing 7 p.m. - ??? Sunday: Storytelling Grand Entry 1:00 p.m. Intertribal Dancing 1:30 ? 4:30pm Closing Ceremonies 4:30 p.m. .  Bob DisPennett.  812-236-1692. www.vigocountyconservationclub.org   thautesprit@aol.com
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Kansas

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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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New Jersey

  • 10/03/15  - 10/04/15: CHEROKEE NATION OF N.J. 19TH FESTIVAL. IRVINGTON. 40TH STREET PARK. 40TH STREET. VENDORS WELCOME.  CW.  862-235-7079.   dog
  • 10/03/15  - 10/04/15: CHEROKEE NATION OF N.J. 19TH INDIAN FESTIVAL . IRVINGTON,NJ. 40TH STREET PARK. 40TH STREET. VENDORS WELCOME.  CW.  862-235-7079.   dogfox1894@gmail.com
  • 10/03/15  - 10/04/15: CHEROKEE NATIONS OF N.J. 19TH INDIAN FESTIVAL. IRVINGTON. 40TH STREET PARK. 40TH STREET. VENDORS WELCOME.  CW.  862-235-7079 .   dogfox1894@gmail.com
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New Mexico

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Nevada

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New York

  • 09/25/15  - 09/26/15: Falling Leaves Festival. Painted Post. Watson Homestead and Conference Center. 9620 Dry Run Road, Painted Post, NY 14870. This exciting event will feature Bill Crouse, Faith Keeper of the Cold Springs Longhouse of the Seneca Nation as the event MC. In addition, The Allegheny River Dancers will lead exhibition and intertribal powwow dancing. Old Bridge Singers are the featured drum group and will provide the event with traditional Native American drumming and singing. The event will open with a traditional grand opening at 11am on Friday and noon on Saturday. .  Tom Zajicek.  607-346-3256. www.fallingleavesfestival.com   zajicektm@corning.com
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Ohio

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Oregon

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Pennsylvania

  • 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
  • 09/26/15  - 09/27/15: Noxen 11th Annual Fall Powwow. Noxen. Noxen Fire Company. 3493 Stull Road . Gates open @ 10 Grand Entry is @ 12 Free admission and parking.  Natalie Bowersox.  570-947-2097.   wisteria18704@yahoo.com
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Rhode Island

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South Carolina

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South Dakota

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Tennessee

  • 09/11/15  - 09/13/15: 15th Annual Buffalo River Pow Wow. Linden. . 1690 Airport Ridge Road, Linden. School day Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10am -5Pm Adult 5.00 children 5-12yr 3.00 seniors 3.00(62 and over) Native American Dancing and Drumming Food venders, Demonstrations Flint knapping, basket weaving, Tomahawk and Spear throwing. All dancers and drums welcome. Bring lawn chairs..  Sharron Benge.  931-589-9628 .   rbenge1@tds.net
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Texas

  • 10/03/15  - 10/04/15: Rocking the REZ Pow-Wow. El Paso. Ysleta del sur Pueblo. 11200 Santos sSanchez. 6TH annual Rocking the REZ Pow Wow, $50,000 in prize moneys.  rafael Gomez(shorty).  9158607777. https://www.facebook.com/rockingtherez   redpueblo@hotmail.com
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Utah

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Virginia

  • 11/11/15  - 11/11/15: 13th Annual Veterans' Powwow. Fairfax. George Mason University, Dewberry Hall. 4400 University Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030. 13th Annual Veterans' Powwow from 12pm-8pm. Free and open to everyone!.  .  .   naia.gmu@gmail.com
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Vermont

  • 07/30/16  - 07/31/16: wildfire phillips pow wow. fair haven. . 13 sharon drive. wildfire phillips pow wow open to all free camping on grounds pot luck sat night welcome all dancers drums flute players and vendors public welcome.  wildfire phillips .  1802 236 6835.   wildfiredebbie@gmail.com
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Washington

  • 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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