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JANUARY 7-9, 2005
2nd Annual Red Paint Powwow
Western New Mexico University - Intramural Gym
Silver City, New Mexico.

Traditional Native powwow. Competition format, all categories. Fri 1/7 6-11PM, Sat 1/8 11-5PM & 6-11 PM, Sun 1-9 11-6PM.

Grand Entry Saturday at 1 PM and 7PM, Sunday 1PM. Admission $7. per person.

Contact: , 505-538-3785 or Joe Saenz 505-534-1379.
JANUARY 14, 2005
11th Annual Benefit Pow Wow
Greenville, Texas.

Gourd Dance 1:00 & 6:00 pm Grand Entry 7:30 pm Doors open at Noon Free Admission All Drums Welcome! Funds raised for scholarships.

Contact:   or 903-457-2589.
JANUARY 14-16, 2005
The 1st Annual Tennessee American Indian WinterFest & Powwow
Shelbyville, Tennessee at the Calsonic Indoor Arena

Sponsored by the Native American Indian Association (NAIA) of Tennessee.
Contest Powwow: Dancers and Drum with over $25,000 in Contest Money
Equine Presentation
Powwow Concert

For information visit our web-site:
or Contact Barbara at or call 931-461-2843

JANUARY 15, 2005
11th Annual
Greenville High School Native American Annual Benefit Powwow
Greenville High School Gym, 3515 Lion's Lair Road, Greenville, Texas

Featuring dancing, music, and Native American crafts, the event is a day-long tribute to our Native American heritage.
All drums welcome.

Open to Public 1:00 til 11:30 p.m.; Gourd dancing at 1:00 p.m. and at
6:00 p.m. Grand Entry is at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 10:00 for traders.

Ron Shackleford: or....903-457-2589


JANUARY 29, 2005
Winter Festival - A Celebration of Native American Culture
Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.

Please join us for a day filled with activities the entire family can enjoy! Activities include a live Native American Musical Performance, a Native American Dance Workshop, Native American Food at the Terrace Restaurant, Learn about Maple Syrup - A Natural Native Sweet, Learn about Native Life with Carla and Allan Messinger, and Take Home a Pot-A-Plant for Kids. Also, explore Longwood Gardens' 1,050 acres of gardens, woodlands, and meadows and four acres of greenhouses.

Gardens admission is required for all activities.

For more information, call 610-388-1000 or visit

For questions about this event, contact: Emily Moody at 610-388-1000 x452 or


FEBRUARY 17-19, 2005  
Alabama-Coushatta Sesquicentennial Celebration Pow-wow
Livingston, Texas.

MC's- Vince Beyl-Dean Whitebreast, Head Dancers-Spike Draper-Bonnie Tomahsah, AD's--Michael Roberts-Daniel Tramper, Head Judges-Kevin Haywahe, Larry McCurtain, Drum Judges-Gabe Deosiere-Nathan Largo Host Drums--Northern Wind--High Noon----Otter Trail--WhiteTail. Contest in all categories & Drum Contest (Northern & Southern).

Thursday Night is Traditional Night Fri.--Gourd 5pm, Grand Entry 7pm Saturday--Gourd 11am Grand Entry 1pm & Sat Night Gourd 5pm--Grand Entry 7pm.

Contact: Vendor--Pow-wow Information contacts Gabe Bullock (936)328-9913, Herb Johnson (936) 563-2087 or email us
FEBRUARY 18-20, 2005
Vero's Thunder on the Beach Powwow
Indian River County Fairgrounds on 58th Ave. in Vero Beach, Florida.

Hope to see all of you there this is going to be a great one.

Contact: All info. on the web at,
Email or
FEBRUARY 19, 2005
60th Anniversary Iwo Jima Landing
Sacaton, Arizona.

Ira H. Hayes American Legion Post 84 cordially invites everyone to attend events which include a banquet, parade, massing of colors, wreath laying, dedication of POW/MIA memorial, military fly-over, gourd dancing and a social powwow on Saturday, February 19, 2005, in Sacaton, Arizona.

All Veterans Organizations (veteran color guard/honor guard, etc.), families and friends are welcome to our community event.

Contact: Ira H. Hayes American Legion Post 84, P. O. Box 186, Sacaton, AZ 85247; 520-562-8484 (fax 520-562-3297)
FEBRUARY 19-20, 2005  
International Peace Pow Wow 2005
Lethbridge Enmax Centre,
2510 Scenic Drive South, Lethbridge, Alberta Canada.

International Peace Pow-wow, an annual contemporary Aboriginal Arts Festival in the city's largest venue to provide opportunities and incentive for artistic development and appreciation.

M.C.s are: Oliver Shouting; Jason Good Striker. Host Drums: Rocky Lane; White Feathers.

Grand Entries: Saturday 1:00 pm  and 7:00 pm; Sunday 12:00 noon.

Pageant ~ Dance Contests ~ Drum Contest

Admission: $7 per day.

Contact: Mary Ann Crow Healy, Ph:(403) 327-6807 Fax (403) 327-5095,
Email:   Website:

FEBRUARY 19-20, 2005
Limas Mid-Winter PowWow
Exit #125 from Interstate I-75 at the UAW hall, 1440 Bellefontaine Ave., Lima, Ohio.

Headman-Juan Reiter --head lady- Amanda fox--host northern- Northern Canyon, co-host Southern Singers, doors open 10am each day all drums welcomed, blanket money) MC & head veteran named at a later date.

Contact: , 513-256-3146.
FEBRUARY 26, 2005
Hunter Tsalagi-Choctaw Tribe Annual Indian Festival
Marianna Agricultural Center, Big Springs, Florida

Everyone is invited-Come share with us and enjoy the activities of our tribe.

Activities begin around Noon.

This event is a fund raising event in support of the tribal members.

Direction: I-10 West to Exit 136 go East; building on the right.

Seeking dancers, drummers, beaders, and pottery makers.

Contact: (210) 723-1765

FEBRUARY 26-27, 2005  
First Annual Circle of Hope PowWow
West Plains Civic Center, 110 St. Louis St., West Plains, Missouri.

Competition PowWow, with events in Men's Fancy, Southern Straight, Grass, Traditional; Women's Fancy Shawl, Jingle, Southern Cloth, Buckskin; age groups under 6, 6-12, 13-17, 18-49, and 50 and up.

Drum contest Northern and Southern Combined (must have at least 5 singers). Prizes will be awarded.

Admission is open to the public, with a $2 admission at the gate. All drummers, dancers and singers are welcome!

No drugs or alcohol will be permitted on the premises.

Invited Drums - Poor Boys, Rocking Horse, Maza Kute, Risinghail. Sponsored by the Amonsoquath Tribe of Cherokee in West Plains, MO.

Contact: Cathy Jones or Leonard Heth at (417) 255-2232 or e-mail

Full details including directions and prizes can be found on our website at


MARCH 4-6, 2005
The 6th Annual M.T.S.U. PowWow and Festival
Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

All Drums, all Dancers, all Nations welcomed! Event grows every year! Non-contest but have specials all weekend!! Hope to see you there!

Contact: Georgia Dennis 615-898-5645.

March 4 - 6, 2005
The Thundering Spirit Pow wow
Renninger's Twin Markets on Highway 441
East of Mount Dora, Florida; 40 miles North of Orlando

Grand Entry at: 7:00 PM Friday March 4th; 1:00 PM & 7:00 PM Saturday March 5th; 1:00 PM Sunday March 6th.

Gates open at 10:00 AM Daily. Friday March 4th is Children's day from 10 AM - 2 PM--Special Demonstrations, Games, etc.

MC: Kenneth "Redhawk"; Head Veteran: Walkingfox; Head Man: Enoch Haubenstricker; Head Lady: Shenna Lee "Sunflower" Belmore; Host Drum: Family Drum; Firekeeper: Joe "Quiet Elk"; Color Guard: VFW Post 8087

Native Performers: Fiddle and flute artist: Arvel Bird; 2002/2003 NAMA "Flutist of the year": Tommy Wildcat; Singer/Songwriter: Crystal Woman; Eagle Dancer: Na-Me Wind Dancer; Story Teller: Sunshine Badger Woman; The Echota Deer Clan Dancers from Alabama

Native Crafts, Food, Auctions and Raffles through out each day

Bring the whole family and spend the day. Don't forget to bring chairs and/or blankets to sit on.

Admission: Adults $3.00; Children under 12 Free; Active, retired or service persons admitted Free

Vendors by invitation only

Host Hotel: E.Com Lodge 352 383-2181 Ask for pow wow rate

For additional information or to become a sponsor:
Call: 352 636-4271 or 800 619-0045 Ext: 61
Write: P.O. Box 1141 Eustis, Florida 32727
Email: or

MARCH 12-13, 2005
35th Annual Pow Wow
California State University Long Beach
Long Beach, California.

Gourd Dancing, Intertribal Dancing, Contest Dancing (point system). Dancers registration closes on Sat., March 12th at 2pm.

Grand Entry: Sat., 1pm and 7pm. Grand Entry: Sun., 1pm. Pow Wow takes place on the upper campus (south), in the central quad.

Admission and parking are FREE. Not responsible for theft, loss, accident, injury or personal expenses.

Absolutely no alcohol or drugs allowed, nor overnight camping. With respect to our elders, no pets allowed. It is strongly recommend that spectators bring folding chairs.

Contact: , or (562) 985-4963, CSULB

Map & Directions,

CSULB American Indian Alumni Chapter,

MARCH 19-20, 2005
13th annual Learning to Walk Together Traditional Pow wow
Northern Michigan Universitys Native American Student Association
Vandament Arena NMU campus, Marquette, Michigan

Head Veteran Dancer: Glenn Bresette Sr - Anishinaabe; Head Female Dancer: Lisa Brunk Anishinaabe; Head Male Dancer: Jarod Pigeon Ho Chunk/Oneida; Host Drum: Bahweting Singers. Invited Drums (so far): Buffalo Horse Singers, Ditibatsin Singers, Four Thunder Singers, Medicine Lodge Singers, Mongozid Singers. Emcees: John Bailey & Helen Roy.

Grand Entries: 1:00 pm & 7:00 pm on Saturday; 1:00 pm on Sunday. Feast: 5:00 pm on Saturday.

4th annual Hand Drum Competition.

Vendors must pre-register.

Call 906-227-1397 for more information or a vendor application.
MARCH 25-27, 2005
Annual Intertribal Traditional Pow Wow
Sponsered by: American Indian Center of Rochester, Minnesota
National Guard Armory, Rochester, Minnesota

Friday: Warm Ups begin @ 7pm; Saturday: Grand Entry @ 1pm & 7pm; Sunday:Grand Entry @ 1pm

Artist, and Drummers Please contact: Melody Hanners @ 507-282-2957

APRIL 2, 2005
14th Annual Light the Lodge Powwow
Directions at and then follow signs to powwow.
University of Connecticut at Gampel Pavilion, Storrs, Connecticut.

11:00am-5:00pm, Grand Entry at Noon Adults: $4, Students: $3, Seniors/Children under 10: $2

Vendors welcome, please call first. Come take part in the Native American culture. There will be drumming, dancing, and singing. Taste authentic native food and purchase native crafts!

Contact: Erica Berg; ; (203) 530-0940.
APRIL 2, 2005
26th Annual Apple Blossom Contest Pow Wow
McGee Park Memorial Coliseum, San Juan County Fairgrounds Hwy 64
Farmington, New Mexico

Master of Ceremonies: Darwin St. Claire, Window Rock, AZ; Arena Director: Lee Williams, Tempe, AZ; Southern Host Drum: Youngbird, Pawnee, OK; Northern Host Drum: TBA; Head Gourd Dancer: Bill Manus, Shiprock, NM; Color Guards: Southern Ute Veterans Association, Ignacio, CO

Contest Divisions: Tiny Tots, Juniors, Teens, Adults, Golden Age, Drum (1st, 2nd, 3rd). Dance Divisions: Fancy Shawl, Jingle Dress, Northern Traditional, Southern Traditional, Fancy & Grass.

Doors open at 9 a.m. Gourd Sessions: 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Grand Entries at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Arts & Crafts Booths Available.

All Traditional Staffs, Dancers, Drums and General Public Welcome!!

Contact: Claudia Garcia 505-566-3321/3572

APRIL 2-3, 2005
35th Annual UC Davis Pow Wow
Davis, California.

UC Davis West Quad (Outdoors) April 2rd-Saturday: 10am to midnight April 3rd-Sunday: 10am to 6pm.

Contact: Judith Ladeaux (530)752-6656 or
APRIL 9-10, 2005
New Faces of an Ancient People: Traditional American Indian Powwow
Mount Nittany Middle School [at Hwys 322 and 45]
State College, PA 16801 (For directions)

Host Drum: Maza Napin, Yankton; Co-Host Drum: Many Voice, Cheyenne River; Co-Host Drum: White Hawk, Ponca; Arena Director: Kenny Irwin, Sr., Arikara; Head Man Dancer: Jasper Mithlo, Comanch; Head Woman Dancer: Amber Powless, Oneida, Lakota; Emcee: Bill Crouse, Seneca; Head Veteran Dancer: Roger Campbell, Dacotah

Doors open: Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 a.m

Grand Entry: Saturday: 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm; Sunday: 1:00 pm

Admission is FREE and Open to the public

Traders: Our vendors comply with the American Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990.

More information at:
Contact: John Sanchez: Email:
Call: 814.863.7994

APRIL 9-10, 2005
37th Annual Pow Wow
Eastern Washington University's Native American Student Association

More Information to Follow

Contact: Charles Turner @ 318-377-4806 or Ernest Spurlock @ 228-539-1481.
APRIL 16-17, 2005  
30th Annual Pah-Loots-Pu Celebration Pow Wow
Pullman, Washington.

This Pow Wow was started by the Native American Students of Washington State University 30 years ago.

Contact: The Native American Student Center, ,, (509) 335-8676.
APRIL 22-23, 2005
Frank McLemore Memorial American Indian Earth Day and Intertribal Powwow
Ogletree Gap Preserve
Hwy 190 West, Copperas Cove, TX

This is a contest Powwow. Master of Ceremonies: Rafael "Tall Bear" Montez, Chiricahua Apache, Killeen, TX; Head Man Dancer:
Jimmy Brown Feather, White Mountain Apache, White River, AZ; Head Lady Dancer: Bea - Kay Clark, Southern Cheyenne, Denton, TX; Head Gourd Dancer, Richard Luna, Alamo Gourd Dancers, San Antonio, TX; Arena Director: George Lee, Di'ne, Wide Ruins, AZ;
Northern Style Drum: Cathedral Lake Singers, Jay Begaye,Ganado, AZ; Tan Ambassador-Of-Goodwill: Ms. Noel "Pretty Eyes" Johnson, San Carlos Apache, Killeen, TX.

9:00 am -3:00 pm.

Free to the Public.

Sponsored by: Tribal American Network(TAN), Inc. and the Parks and Recreation Dept of Copperas Cove, TX.

Arts/Crafts/Food/Beverage Vendors both days.

For more information go to: or e-mail:
APRIL 22-24, 2005
5th Annual Mantle Rock Intertribal Powwow
Crittenden County Fairgrounds, Marion, Kentucky

Host Drum- Mother Earth Beat; Co-Host Drum - Black Eagle Spirit; Master Of Ceremony- Frank Brent; Arena Master- Barry Redbird Brown; Head Man Dancer - John Spirit Wolf; Head Lady Dancer- Princess Beth Houtari; Head Veteran Dancer- Barry Redbird Brown

School Day Friday -Gates Open 9:00 am; Gates Open 10:00am Saturday Grand Entry 1:00 pm; Gates Open Sunday 10:00 am Grand Entry 1:00 Pm

Craft Traders, Food Venders, Flintnapping, Finger Weaving, Beading ,Basket Making, Dance Demonstrations, Story Telling,
Native American History.

Open to Public Admission: Family rates available! Adults $5.00 Elders $3.00 Children $2.00 - under 5 free

Contact :
or 270/965-9432
or 270/965-5882
April 23, 2005
5th Annual Celebration of Life for All People Pow Wow
Traditional Pow Wow
Red Wing Park, 1398 General Booth Blvd.
Virginia Beach, VA.

Saturday 11am - 7pm

Head Staff-MC - Clark Stewart, Chickahominy; Head Man - Dan Garneaux, Oglala Sioux; Head Female - Blain Kelsey, Cherokee/Saponi; AD - Thomas "Two Feathers" Lewis, Meherrin; Host Drum - Falling Water (Northern); Guest Drum - Edisto River Singers (Southern)

American Indian dancers, arts and crafts, educational displays and exhibits.
Over 5,000 in attendance at last year's event!

Free Admission and Parking!!

For more information, contact
Debra Vick at (757) 427-2990 or
APRIL 23-24, 2005  
1st Annual Wacipi - Gathering of the People
Frankfort, Kentucky.

Grand Entry: Sat. 12:00pm & 7:00pm; Sunday 1:00 to 5:00pm / Day money for dancers.

PowWow information:
Sonya Begay (859) 226-5081 or email
Vendors: contact Amanda Fox-Winstead (502) 955-7082.
APRIL 28-30, 2005
22nd Annual Gathering of Nations Powwow, Indian Traders Market, Miss Indian World Traditional Talent Presentations
University of New Mexico Arena ("the Pit"), Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Over $140,000 in cash & prizes to be awarded!

Contact: 505-836-2810,


APRIL 30, 2005
"Honoring our Elders" Benefit Powwow
Cherokee Nation Cultural Grounds, located 4 miles south of Tahlequah,Ok
on Hwy 62 behind Sequoyah High School

All proceeds to benefit the Elders conference and events.

HMD Robert Soontay; HLD Gloria Matthews; HS Sidney Moore; MC Bryce Washington; AD Ira Kauley; HGD John Scruggins; Color Guard Seminole Nation Color Guard.

Gourd Dancing 2:00pm and 6:00 pm. Supper Break 5:pm.

Grand Entry 7:00pm. All singers and dancers are welcomed.

Arts & Crafts space available

 918-456-0671 ext. 2627
APRIL 30 - MAY 1, 2005
Keepers of the Circle Native American Cultural Center PowWow
Rotterdam Junction, New York

Native American Crafts, Dancers, Food.

Open: 10:00 am- Dusk; Opening Ceremonies begin at Noon each day.

Admission: $5 for Adults or $10.00 a car load; Seniors and Members: $3.

Wheel chair access available. Bring your own blanket/chair.

Absolutely no Drugs or Alchohol allowed.

For more Information:
Call: (518) 887-2590 Email:

MAY 6- 8, 2005  
Awakening Of Mother Earth
A Gathering Of Native Americans
Lazybrook Park, Rt 6 E 2 Miles From Tunkhannock, Pa.

Sponsored By The Northeastern Native Americans.

Drumming, Song, Dancing, Food, Crafters, Vendors, Stories And Music.
Head Dancers: (to be announced) Host Drums: (to be announced)

Opens At 10 A. M. Public Invited! Handicapped Accessible! Pets Are Welcomed, But Must Be On A Leash and Cleaned Up After!

Admission: $4.00 AGE 10 & UP

Awakening of Mother Earth Gathering and the N.E.N.A are pleased to announce that the grounds will be open to any group, work shop or school that works with the mentally and physically handicap. FREE OF CHARGE for these individuals on MAY 6.

No Drugs, Alcohol Or Firearms Allowed On The Grounds. The N.E.N.A Retains The Rights To Admit Or Remove Anyone From Our Event!

For Further Info:
CALL 1-570-836-3344 OR 1-570-836-7859
0R EMAIL   or  
MAY 6 - 8, 2005
Mason Dixon 2nd Intertribal Benefit Pow Wow
Mason Dixon Fairgrounds, Route 74
Right on the MD/PA line, Delta, PA. 17314

Hours: Friday: 10am-7pm (Children's Program from 10am-3pm )
Schools are encouraged to bring students for the school program Friday.

Saturday: 10am-8PM Sunday: 10am-6pm

Competition dancing in all categories for cash & noncash prizes. Also plenty of non-competition dances for those who just want to have fun.

Special performers include: 2005 NAMMY Award Winning Cheyenne Flutist, Joseph FireCrow, The Aztec Fire Dancers and Hoop dancers.

MC: Marvin Burnette, Sioux; Head Dancers: John & Kelly Pingree, Shoshone; Host Drums: White Buffalo Singers,Lakota; Co-Host Drums: Rising Hail with 12 Dancers, South Dakota

Admission: $6.00 Adults Children ages 6-12 $3.50 under 6 Free

Proceeds to benefit needy families on the reservations.

Call for details. All drums & dancers are invited to come participate!

Contact: Donna Dorn - Collectors Kingdom Native American Culture Center

Phone: 410-452-8500 or cell 717-817-6288

MAY 7-8, 2005
12th Annual Native American Arts Festival & Mothers Day Pow-Wow
Riverside Park, Grants Pass, Oregon.

Event benefits the encouragement of Native Visual & Performing/Cultural Arts.

10am-7pm each day.

Hand Drum Singing Contest *Featured Artist - James Gensaw, Yurok * Raven & Eagle Dancers, Expression through Dance & Storytelling * California Brush Dancers * Charlie Thom, Karuk Spiritual Elder * And more.......

Free-Everyone Welcome!

Contact: 541-472-0215 E-mail:

MAY 14-15, 2005
2nd Annual NAIVC Intertribal Powwow
Rittman High School Auditorium
100 Saucer St., Rittman, Ohio 44270

Admission: Adults-$4.00; 11-18 yrs & Seniors 55+ -$3.00; 6-10 years -$2.00
Under 6 & Over 90 yrs - Free

For more information contact:
Native American Indian and Veterans Center, Inc.
JW Lyons Sr. 330-825-7796
Email: or
MAY 14-15, 2005
Northeast Woodlands Native Americans
5th Annual Veterans Pow wow
Polish American Club Grounds, 139 Southwick Street, Route 57, Agawam, Massachusetts

In honor and memory of our Chief Gray Fox, an Abenaki Veteran.

Our very Special Guest artist 2005 Nammy Award winning Flutist Joseph Fire Crow

Host Drum: Nipmuck Turtle Drum; MC: Black Feather; Story Teller: Rainbow NSW, author of Billy Frog Adventures

Native American drumming, dancing, food and crafts

Grand Entry Each Day at noon

Hours Daily are from 10AM to 5PM

Admission: Adults: $3.00; Elders: $2.00; Children 6-12: $2.00; Under 6: Free

Please bring your own chairs and or blankets

Please ask before taking pictures and listen to our MC for when this is not permitted~

For more information please contact:
James Gamache 413 786-6465
Web Site:
MAY 15, 2005
2nd Annual Ceremony of 8,000 Sacred Drums
Hosted by the Indigenous Institute of the Americas
Cowtown Coliseum at the Fort Worth Stockyards, 121 E. Exchange Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76106

Will be held in conjunction with the Quanah Parker Comanche Pow Wow and Honor Dance, May 13 and 14 at the same location.

Ceremony of 8,000 Sacred Drums is for the healing of Mother Earth, Life and Peace and is held in conjunction with the Annual Mother Ceremony at the Otomy Ceremonial Center near Temoaya, Toluca, Mexico on the Equinox.

11:00 AM 6:00 PM

More Info:

Contact: Margaret A. Donnelly or Maria Cordoneda, 2638 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch, TX 75234,
Phone: 214-630-9511, Fax: 214-630-3537

MAY 18-19, 2005
Tunica-Biloxi Pow Wow School Project
The Pow Wow Committee presents programs on Native American culture for area students on the Tunica-Biloxi Reservation

Call Lena Ballard for reservations and more information at (318) 240-2034.
MAY 20-22, 2005
Tunica-Biloxi Pow Wow
Chief Joseph A. Pierite Pow Wow Grounds
on the Tunica-Biloxi Reservation, HWY 1 at Marksville, Louisianna, 71351.

Featured Performances: Joanne Shenandoah, Martha Redbone, Hawk (Flutist), Jackie Crow (Legend Keeper)

Native American Dance Competition: Golden Age (Age 50 & Up; Men & Womens categories), Adult (Ages 18-49; Men & Women categories), Junior (Ages 11-17; Boy & Girl categories), 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.

NEW! Switch Dance Contest: Men & Women - 1st Place $800 each; 2nd Place $400 each. Friday, May 20 at 8:30PM

Drum (Singing) Contest:
Three Places in both the Northern & Southern categories; 1st Place $2,500; 2nd Place $1,500; 3rd Place $1,000. Host drums are not eligible. (Drum Day Money given in past years has been replaced by this contest.)

*Competition Points start at 1PM Saturday

REGISTRATION (Dance & Drum) Opens 5 p.m. on Friday, May 20; Closes 12 noon on Saturday, May 21

GRAND ENTRIES: Friday, May 20, 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, May 21, 1:00 & 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, May 22, 12 noon-approx. 4:00p.m.

General Admission - $5; Seniors (65 & older) - $3; Children (5 yrs - 12 yrs) - $2; Children (4yrs & Younger) - Free. (Registered DRUMS & DANCERS w/ regalia and Casino employees w/ badges WILL BE ADMITTED FREE)

There will be 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.

The Casino Hotel & RV Resort offers a special Pow Wow rate. Pow Wow Grounds Campers must register at the registration table.

The Pow Wow features over 40 food and craft vendors. (Call Sharon @ ext. 1953)

For further information please call 800-946-1946 ext. 2034.

MAY 21-22, 2005
Honoring Our Children Inter-tribal Powwow
Wayne County Fair Grounds
Richmond, Indiana

Head Boy - Matt Wynk; Head Girl - Crystal Grim; Head Veteran - Martin Tall Horse; Arena Director - Albert Running Wolf ; Master of Ceremonies - LeRoy Malaterre.

Northern Drum - Black Swamp Singers; Southern Drum - White Hawk Singers; All other drums welcomed.

Saturday -10 AM- 9 PM; Sunday 10 AM-4 PM

Grand-Entry : at 11:30 A.M. on both days; Saturday Dinner Break at 5 P.M. - 6:30 P.M.; Saturday Evening Grand-Entry @ 7:00 P.M.

Admission- Adults : $5.00; Children 15/18 : $3.00; Seniors : $2.00; CHILDREN 14 and under FREE.



Vendors by invitation only

For More Information Contact
Albert Running Wolf and Fran Potter @ 765-647-4947
Pat and Dewy Ferguson @ 765-249-2001
Vicki and Rodney Tate @ 765-977-4212

MAY 21- 22, 2005
Black Swan Lake Powwow.
Black Swan Lake Campgrounds 18 miles East of Bedford Indiana off Hwy 50.

Gate opens at 10 am both days. Grand Entry Saturday at 12 Noon Dancing until 3 pm & 5-8 pm. Sunday 12-3 pm.

Host Drum: All My Relations. Invited Drum: Istayapi. Head Man Dancer: Walt Penn. Head Lady Dancer: Susan Joy. Head Vet: Mike Taylor & Rocky Blanchard.

All Drummers, Dancers and Singers welcome to participate.

Bring lawn chairs. Free primitive camping and meals for participants.

Fees: $3.00 per person. Children under 12 free. Participants free.
Anyone in Military uniform gets in free.

Contact Chris Dugger for more information at (812) 825-9622 or email at  
or Don Cleveland at (812) 279-2335.
MAY 27- 29, 2005
29th Annual Odawa Pow Wow
Ottawa Municipal Campground ( )
411 Corkstown Road, Nepean(Ottawa), Ontario, Canada
Rain-out location: TBA

Gates Open Friday 4:00 pm; Saturday & Sunday 9:00 am
Grand Entries: Friday at 6:00 pm; Saturday at 12 noon and 6 pm; Sunday at 12 noon only

All Points Taken Friday Night Dance Contests On All Categories; All Drums Must Compete
Dance and Drum Registration: Friday 3:00 - 6:00 pm; Saturday 9:30 am - 11:45 am; No Phone-In Registrations

Native Singing, Drumming, and Dancing ; Native Foods; Native Artisans and Traders from Canada and the USA

EVERYONE WELCOME! Tell Your Friends, Bring your Family!

Admission (includes parking): Friday:$5.00; $3.00 (13-17 yrs. old); Saturday/Sunday:$10.00; $6.00 (13-17 yrs. old)
FREE Pow Wow Fri. to Sun. for Seniors/Elders and children (0-12 yrs.)
No Special Weekend Rates

No Alcohol No Drugs No Pets

For more information contact:
Odawa Native Friendship Centre
12 Stirling Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada K1y 1p8
Tel:(613)722-3811 Fax:(613)722-4667 
MAY 28-30, 2005
23rd Annual Moon When The Ponies Shed Powwow
Franklin Co. Fairgrounds Hilliard,Ohio

MC- Jerry Dearly, AD- Ken Irwin Sr. Host Drum-Maza Napin.

Sponsored by the Native American Indian Center Of Central Ohio Po Box 07705 Columbus,Ohio 43207-0705

CALL (614) 443-6120  Email:


JUNE 4-5, 2005
8th Annual Veterans Powwow
Veterans Affairs Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Centers and Clinic
8495 Crater Lake Highway, White City, OR (held at the baseball field)


Non-Competition powwow with plenty of drums and singers; Open-Air Indian Market, Fry Bread Booth.

Saturday: Gourd Dancing at 11:00; Grand Entries at 1:00 & 6:00.
Sunday: Gourd Dancing at 11:00; Grand Entry at noon.


Motels nearby, Camping onsite.

Contact Chairman Jim Prevatt at 770-8073

JUNE 4- 5, 2005
13th Annual Warrior Society Pow Wow
at Kapiolani Park in Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii,

Hosted by the Intertribal Council of Hawaii.

Open: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Saturday and Sunday.

Everyone is invited to attend this free event.

Special guests at this years event include the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Bushmasters, American Legion Post 114 from Arizona.

Head staff at the pow wow includes: Master of Ceremonies, David Eagle Horse (Lakota); Arena Director, Tom Rowland (Oglala Lakota) and Head Man Dancer John Thorp (Muskogee), Head Woman Dancer Raven Feather Price. The host drum is Wild Rice, an intertribal drum made up of Native American singers who currently reside on Oahu. Guest drums include Wildhorse, who come from Southern California.

All dancers and drums are welcome. This is not a competition pow wow.

For more information, contact the Intertribal Council of Hawaii at (808) 545-2119 or (808) 371-7159.
JUNE 17-19, 2005
8th Annual Noongam Tradition Powwow
Queen Julianna Park, Preston and Prince of Wales Area, Ottawa, Ontario

Free admission (donations accepted). Free parking.

Food and Crafts vendors on grounds.
JUNE 17-19, 2005
Tribal Crossroads Powwow
Grayson County Agricultural and Recreational Park

Honored Elder- Samuel Tom Holiday, Silver Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, WW11 Navajo Code Talker; Drums: Northern- Thunderheart Singers, Southern-Water Spider; MC & Guest Performer-Dave Whitewolf Trezak; Head Man- Grady ShadowHawk Jones; Head Veteran- John Spiritwolf; Arena Director- Barry Redbird Brown; Head Lady- Amanda Beauchamp; Assitant Head Lady- Beth Houtari; Head Story Teller- Grandmother Coyote; Sound System- Jim Collins.

PowWow Attractions: POW, MIA, KIA Memorial, Kentucky Army National Guard, Story Telling, Performances, Demonstrations, Craft vendors, Food vendors, and much more

Friday Kid's Day: 10:00 am -7:30 pm; Saturday: 10:00 am-10:00 pm; Sunday: 11:00 am-7:00.

Daily: Adults: $5; Children 7-12: $3; Under 7: Free; FRIDAY ONLY :Kids: $1; Scouts in Uniform: Free; Weekend (3-day) Pass: Adults: $12; Children 7-12: $6.

For Map and Directions:

Benefits Mantle Rock Native Education & Cultural Center

More PowWow info at :
JUNE 17-19, 2005
8th Annual Noongam Tradition Powwow
Queen Julianna Park, Preston and Prince of Wales Area, Ottawa, Ontario

Free admission (donations accepted). Free parking.

Food and Crafts vendors on grounds.
JUNE 29-JULY 4, 2005
Arlee 4th of July Celebration, Arlee, Montana

Beginning its second century the Arlee 4th of July Celebration will begin on Wednesday, June 29, 2005 which is designated 'Camp Day". Many participants will begin erecting encampments for the coming weekend.

The evening of June 30 is set aside for Memorial Ceremonies which acknowledge the tribal members who passed away during the last year.

On Friday, July 1, in Arlee at 1:00pm the first grand entry of dancers will begin at the Celebration Grounds.

On Saturday, July 2, competition will begin for the singing and dancing contests. Grand entries will be held at 1:00pm and 7:00pm throughout the weekend.

The Annual 4th of July parade will begin at noon. The Grand Entry will be the Snake Dance at 1:00pm. Dedication ceremonies and honoring of all veterans will follow. Native American singing and dancing will continue until Midnight.

All are welcome to attend this cultural celebration, hosted by the Flathead Nation and attended by Native Americans from throughout the US and Canada.

Events include traditional drumming and singing, competition dancing, parade, arts and crafts, and food vendors.

Participants may camp on-site in teepees, tents, campers and RV's. Most facilities are handicapped accessible.

FREE ADMISSION. Drugs and alcohol are strictly prohibited (vehicles and persons subject to search).

Directions: Arlee 4th of July Celebration grounds are east of Highway 93 at the south end of Arlee. Turn east off Highway 93 on to Pow-Wow Road and go east 0.5 mile.

For more Information:
Email:   or
Go to:

JULY 1-3, 2005
Mount McKay Summer Traditional Powwow
Mount Mckay on Fort William First Nation, Ontario, Canada.

Grand Entries 1pm and 7pm - Friday & Saturday
Sunday will have one Grand Entry at 1pm and Ending at 6pm

Host Drum - Black Water Creek Singers; MC & AD Clarence & Tommy White

Give Away Ceremony and Feasts on Saturday and Sunday

Open for food booths up to 10, unlimited crafts stands; $50 to $100 for the full weekend for food booths.

Contact # for John Charlie 807-623-1702
JULY 7-10, 2005
42nd Annual Sac & Fox Powwow
Sac & Fox Nation Powwow Grounds
Stroud, Oklahoma

Drum Contest; Mary Ann Anque Memorial Switch Dance Contest; '49' Contest; Dance Contests in all Categories

Thursday Night Traditional Sac & Fox Dances; Dance Competitions Fri, Sat, and Sun nights; Gourd Dancing Sat and Sunday Afternoon.

Public Invited to all events

Free Admission & Parking

Free Camping with showers available; Rations to registered Camps

For More Information:
or Email:
JULY 15-17, 2005
10th Annual All Nations Powwow
Big Bear City CA
At Los Vaqueros Arena Off Highway 38, Turn on Zaca Rd. Lots of signs posted

Fri : 6pm 10pm; Sat: 11am-10pm; Sun: 11am-6pm

Contest Dancing Drum Contest Arts & Crafts Food

Buffalo Feast In Honor Of Our Elders

MC: Adrian Liberty Annishnabe, Minnesota; Arena Director: Wayne Arroyo Dakota, Ft. Peck-Montana; Spiritual Advisor: Fred Short - CA; Northern Drum: Sacred Path; Southern Drum: TBA; Head Man: Henry Allen Dine, CA; Head woman: Rita Lookingglass (?); Head Teen Boy: TBA; Head Teen Girl: TBA; Head Gourd Dancer: James Red Bear Lakota Sioux

Admission: Age 10+ $5.00; Senior $3.00; Under 10 Free

Sponsored By Bear Valley Native Association - No Alcohol Or Drugs

More information call Faye Roman 909-797-1593 or 909-584-7115
Or email Gloria at:
JULY 15-17, 2005
20th Annual Bear Creek Traditional Pow Wow
Olmsted County History Center
1195 West Circle Drive SW, Rochester, MN

Hosted by Native American Center of Southeast MN, Inc. Head Drum: Native Wind; Head Lady: Valerie Larsen; Head Man: Charlie Johnson; MC: Dave Larsen; Arena Director: Cy Delorme; Spiritual Leader: Cody Enoch; Color Guard: 173rd Airborne

Specials: Woody Swifteagle and Danza Mexica Cuauhtemoc

Friday Night: Concert featuring Woody Swifteagle and Arvil Bird followed by an open-mic session for music and poetry.

Saturday: Royalty Competition JR & SR Warrior Rochester and JR & SR Miss Indian Rochester

Vendors call Jim Wilson @ 507-732-5941
Drums and Dancers call Carol Timmers @ 507-367-2697

JULY 16 17, 2005
The 12th Annual Howard County, Maryland Pow-wow and Show
The Howard County Fairgrounds1022 Fairground Road, West Friendship, MD

Saturday 11 a.m. 7 p.m. ; Sunday 11 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: Parade of Nations (Grand Entry) at 12:00 noon.

Members of the Haliwa-Saponi, Piscataway, Chickahominy, Rappahannock, Cherokee, Sioux, Iroquois, Lumbee, and Navajo are a few of the Tribes that will participate in this years event.

MC: Keith Colston-Tuscarora/Lumbee (Baltimore, MD); Head male Dancer: Ray Silva-Pueblo; Head Female Dancer: Brenda Silva-Haliwa-Saponi; Host Drum: Stoney Creek (Hollister, NC)

Featuring: Native American Dancing/Singing; Aztec Dancers from Mexico City; Craft Demonstrations/Storytelling; Tecumseh the Buffalo; Pony Rides/Tipi Set-up/Face Painting; Native American Foods;

Admission: $7 for Adults & $4 for children. Each Day

This is a rain or shine event and in case of rain the event will be held in the main exhibition hall of the Fairgrounds.

Directions: Click Here for Detailed Driving Directions in a Printer Friendly Format.

For information contact the show promoter: (252) 257-5383 or
or call the Howard County Fairgrounds at (410) 442-1022.

JULY 16-17 2005
7th Annual White Buffalo Society PowWow
Gaston Lions Club Fairgrounds, Gaston, Indiana

Gates Open Saturday at 10:00 am; Gates Close Sunday 4:00 pm.

Dance times: Sat 1 4 and 7 - ? Sun 1 4
Frank Davison Scenoral Steele Memorial Crazy Mid- Night Auction Saturday starts 30 Min after final dance.

Drum: Black Swamp Singers of Celina, OH; Head Veteran Dancer: Steve Brings the Wind Beamer Alexanderia, IN; Head Man Dancer: Bill Eagle Eyes Meanor Plainfield, IN; Head Lady Dancer: Sandy Mouse Starr Meanor Plainfield, IN; Junior Head Boy Dancer: Brady Gandle Peru, IN; Junior Head Girl Dancer: Heather Sears Indianapolis, IN

Public Admission: $5 a day; Children under 12 FREE; Family Rate: $15 Maximum

Camping Fee: $5 per person for the weekend; Electric: $15 per outlet for 2 days and $20 per outlet for Fri Sat Sun

More Information: 
or call John Mohrman (419)629-2045 for PowWow information
JULY  22-24, 2005
Midnight Sun Intertribal Pow Wow
Fairbanks, Alaska
Kiwanis Field behind the Big Dipper Ice Arena
19th and Lathrop St., Fairbanks, Alaska

Gates Open: 11:00 am; Close: 6:00 pm.
Grand Entry: 12 noon

This year's Powwow is dedicated to the late Chief Peter John. This is a traditional (non-contest) Pow wow open to everyone.

Host Drums : Stieger Butte Drum and Singers, Chiloquin OR;
Invited Drums: Eagle River Drum, Eagle River AL; Mt Susitna Drum, Anchorage AL.

MC: Mr. George Bennett; Arena Director: Mr. Gene Wescott

General Admission: $5;
60 and older: FREE;
12 and younger (with parental supervision) FREE!

All Dancers in Regalia FREE!

Donations needed: Moose, Salmon, Berries

Phone: 907-456-2245 


AUGUST 5-7, 2005
The Fort Bidwell Honoring the Elders Ceremony
Fort Bidwell Paiute Reservation, Fort Bidwell, CA

Grand Entries: Friday 7:00 pm. Saturday 12:00 pm & 7:00 pm

Entrance Fees--FREE for ALL!

Host Drum: NorthWest Medicine Horse, White Swan, WA. MCee: Alex Shepard, Cedar City, Utah. Arena Director: Dilmer Maybee, Salt Lake, Utah. Head Man: Joey Silvas, Redding CA. Head Woman: BillieJean Guerrero, Pyramid Lake, NV. Head Teen Boy: Wesley Witcraft, Klamath Falls, OR. Head Teen Girl: Madeline Arrededondo, Ft. Bidwell, CA. Head Jr. Boy: Ty Townsend, Ft. Bidwell, CA. Head Jr. Girl: Chanel Jemenez, Ft. Bidwell, CA.

Contest in all categories-Traditional, Grass, Fancy and Jingle. Traditional Dance Special in memory of "Bobby Townsend". Give Aways: Townsend Fanily, Jon Davis Family. Coming Out-Ty Townsend, Chanel Jemenez. Memorial: Neasha Comanche

Memorial Feed Saturday Evening for "Bobby Townsend" ( deer, buffalo, salmon & gidu). Breakfast served Saturday & Sunday.

All Activities Held Outdoors. Bring Your Own Chairs.

FREE Camping Available (No RV Hook-ups)

Fort Bidwell in the North East Corner of California
Using enter Fort Bidwell, CA and get directions from your location.
Basic Directions:
Take I-5 N. to Redding, CA.
North of Redding Take the CA-299 E / LAKE BLVD exit- EXIT 680- toward BURNEY / ALTURAS
Merge onto CA-299 E toward BURNEY / ALTURAS. 146.2 miles
Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto CA-299. 16.7 miles
Continue to follow SURPRISE VALLEY RD. 26.0 miles
Turn RIGHT onto SANDERS ST. <0.1 miles

More Information: Glenda Frease (530) 279-6252
AUGUST 12-14, 2005
The National Powwow
hosted by the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.
MCI Center 601 F Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20004

During this special three-day event, spectators will experience Native cultures firsthand and have the opportunity to visit nearly 100 Native artisans and exhibitors showcasing fine art, jewelry, sculpture, and pottery.

A true highlight of the powwow is the expression of Native culture through song and dance. Visitors will be able to watch hundreds of Native singers and dancers from throughout the United States and Canada as they compete for over $100,000 in prize and cash awards.

Friday & Saturday 10am-10pm, Sunday 10am-8pm

Adult: $12; Senior (65 years and older): $10; Child (4 to 11 years): $10; NMAI Members: $10; Groups (25 or more): $10/person;
Three-day pass: $30

Vendor Contact: Justin Bruce Giles
Powwow Hotline - (877) 830-3224 or (301) 238-3023
Vendor Booth $600 (10'X10' space)


AUGUST 13 - 14, 2005
2nd Annual Natchez Trace Pow Wow
Historic Leipers Fork Village, Franklin, Tennessee

Saturday 10 am 9:30 pm; Sunday 10am 6:00 pm

Grand Entry: Saturday at 12:30 & 6:00 pm -- Sunday at 12:30 pm

Dancers in regalia may register for a chance to win big money in Luck of the Draw!
Registration begins at 10 am

MC: Hawk Laughing, Mohawk; Arena Director: Jimmy Reedy, (Muscogee) Creek of the Oklahoma Nation; Head Man: Keith Anderson, Cherokee; Head Lady: Bobbi Orr, Salish of the Flathead Reserve of Montana; Host Northern Drum: Bird Town Crossing, Cherokee from the Eastern Band of Cherokee; Host Southern Drum: Tanasi Thunder, Intertribal, Nashville, TN; Storyteller: Anne M. Dunn, Ojibwe; Musical Performances: Annie Humphrey, Ojibwe and Jamie Russell, Cherokee

Storytelling ~ Authentic Native American Arts & Crafts ~ Demonstrations ~ Southeastern Tribes Educational Programs ~ Plenty of Indian Foods

Admission: Adults $6; Children 6-12 $3; Age 5 & Under Free; Seniors 60+ $3

Hosted by the Tennessee Native American Eagle Organization



For more information call: 615-591-1682 or 931-670-5465
AUGUST 20-21, 2005
49th Annual O-Sa-Wan Pow Wow
Boone County Fairgrounds
Belvidere, Illinois

Native American Dancing, Native Craft Vendors, Traditional Food Vendors.

Intertribal Dancing Saturday: 1- 4:30; 7:00-???; Sunday: 11:00-3:00.

General Donation: $4 ; Weekend: $5 ; 6 and Under and 60+: Free.

Free Saturday Supper for particpants. Late Night Auction.

Free Camping (electricity charge $15)

Pow wow Co-Chairs: Mike Hayford 847-721-6891; Chris Stoltman 630-202-2046

Trader Info: Dan Pierson, 400 Thornton, Lockport, IL 60441 815-735-5666

AUGUST 20-21, 2005
York, PA Pow-Wow, York Fairgrounds

Open: 11am-6pm daily

Admission: $7 adults and $4 children

Directions: York Fairgrounds
      From the North, take 1-83 to exit 10 (N George Street). At second light, take Rte. West to Rte. 74 Exit (Carlisle Ave.) to Gate 9.
      From the South, Tale 1-83 North to Exit 5 (S George Street-Business 83). Turn left at 2nd light (Country Club Road). Right on Richland Ave. and left on Market Street to Gate 4.
      From the East, take Rte. 30 West to Rte. 74 exit (Carlisle Ave). Turn left on Rte 74 (Carlisle Ave.) to Gate 9.
      From the West, Take Route 462 (W. Market Street) from Route 30. Follow Market Street to Highland Ave. Left on Highland Ave. to Gate 6.

Call Barry Richardson at (252) 257-5383 or send e-mail to:
AUGUST 26- 28, 2005
7th Annual Festival and Contest Pow Wow
Native American Association of West Valley
Granger Park, 3600 West 3500 South. West Valley City, Utah.
(6 miles southwest of Salt Lake City)

Host Drum: Blu Thunder, Head Singer: Jaye Seckletstewa, Phoenix, Arizona. Master of Ceremony: Alex O. Shepherd, Paiute/Dine, Cedar City, Utah. Arena Director: Jerry Bear, Goshute, Skull Valley, Utah. Spiritual Leader: Bob Taylor Sr., Northern Ute, Kearns, Utah. Guest Performers Friday and Saturday: Zuni Young Maiden Pottery Dancers.

Friday: Food & Crafts open at 5pm.; Saturday: Food & Crafts open at 10:00am.; Sunday: Food & Crafts open at 10:00am.

Grand Entry and Dance Competition: Friday: 7:00pm 11:00pm.; Saturday: 11:00am to 3:00pm.; Dinner Break: 3:00pm to 6:00pm.
Sunday: 11:00am-4:00pm.

Speakers Presentations Saturday 4:00-5:40 pm: Loya Arrum, Priscilla Piestewa and Vide J. Khow.

$4.00 Daily fee. Children 6 years and under, Seniors 65 years and over, FREE.

Dancers and Drummers: $5.00 Registration fee. Registration closes on Saturday at 1:00pm. ** Drum day pay is $50.00 per session to first 7 registered drums who dont place or participate in the drum contest. Drums must be setup, registered and be present for drum row call to quality for payment ** DRUMMERS, BRING YOUR CHAIRS.

Everyone Welcome. BRING YOUR OWN CHAIRS.
Sorry no camping available.

Host Lodgings: (Ask for pow-wow rate)
Baymont Inn & Suites 1-801-886-1300; Country Inn & Suites 1-801-908-0311; Sleep Inn 1-801-975-1888; Amenties include Free Breakfast
Complimentary Hotel Shuttle Service to and from the airport
AND to and from the Pow-wow grounds.

Contact: General Information: Harry James Sr. (801) 955-1089 (No Collect Calls)
Vendor information (limited vendor space):
Chrishel James, (801) 955-1089 (No Collect Calls) after 7pm

AUGUST 27- 28, 2005
Silver Lake 11th Annual Traditional Pow Wow
"Shkidibishong" New Beginnings
Silver Lake Provincial Park Near Sharbot Lake Ontario

Gates Open: 10 am Sat. and Sun.; Grand Entry: 12 noon Sat. and Sun.

Native Drumming, Singing, Dancing, Food and Crafts

Children Over 16 And Adults $6.00; Children 12 To 16 $3.00; Over 60 $3.00; Children Under 12 Free

From Kingston/Toronto: Hwy #401 exit 611 - Hwy #38; 1 hr North of Kingston on Hwy #38; Turn right on Hwy #7 Entrance at
the Silver Lake Provincial Park

From Ottawa: Hwy 417 west Take Hwy #7 West Toronto/ Carlton Place Exit 145 ; 1hr follow Hwy #7 through Perth until Entrance at the Silver Lake Provincial Park

Camping Available- For Camping Information Call (613) 375-6356 - Trudi

For more Information:
(613) 548-1500 - Ann Marie Wilson

Silver Lake Provincial Park
Maberly, Ontario, K0H 2B0

SEPTEMBER 3-5, 2005
Barona Powwow
Lakeside, CA

There's lots of food booths, Intertribal dancing, contests, beautiful arts and crafts, showers, campsites, and a whole lot of fun.

For more information Contact the Barona Tribal Office at (619) 443-6612, ask for Albert (Boxie) Phoenix


SEPTEMBER 9-11, 2005
Second Annual Native American Exhibits and Powwow 2005
Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, 1501 Mac Davis Lane, Lubbock Texas
Exhibit and Powwow will be held outside north of the Civic Center

West Texas Native American Association conjunction with the National Cowboy Symposium

Powwow Staff: MC: Tim Harjo, Ada, OK.; Arena Director: Fabian Galvan, Lubbock, TX.; Head Man: Israel Sotelo Ramirez, Pascua Yaqui of AZ., Lubbock, TX.; Head Lady: Tavia Ramirez,Comanche Nation/Pascua Yaqui of AZ. Lubbock, TX.; Head Gourd Dancer: Doc Mann, Morton TX.; Staff Bearer: TBA; Northern Drum: Atsa' Butte Singers, Phoenix, AZ.; Southern Drum OtterTrail, Carnegie OK.

FRIDAY: Historical Native American Exhibits; Dance Exhibition by Israel Ramirez; Storytelling by Tavia Ramirez; Historical Exhibit by Bill Skillman
SATURDAY: Powwow begins 10:00 a.m. with Gourd Dancing; Grand Entry at 11:30 a.m.
SUNDAY: Powwow resumes at 11:00 a.m. with Gourd Dancing; Grand Entry at 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.

This program (exhibit) made possible in part through a grant from the City of Lubbock, as recommended by the Lubbock Arts Alliance, Inc

Contacts: Project Director: Johnny Findley(806) 832-4257,
Vendor Info: Brenda Haes(806) 799-4161,
Alma Rainwater, (806) 747-4932 or Larue Owens, (806) 832-4720

SEPTEMBER 9-11, 2005
Cherokee Tribe of Northeast Alabama
Bi-Annual Intertribal Pow-wow
Grant City Park, Grant, AL

Host Drum: Medicine Dog Singers; Guest Drum: Aracoma Lightning Singers; Head Man: Brad Shellhorse; Head Lady: Jacquie 'RavenHeart' Hosey; Jr. Head Man: Jake 'Yellow Fox' Samples Jr.; Head Lady: Heaven 'Little Butterfly' Humphries; MC: Lou WhiteEagle; AD: Charles Lahay; Flute: Larry Hornbuckle

All Native Drums and Dancers Welcome

Admission: Adults $5.00 Children: (6-12) $3.00
Friday Children's Day - ALL Children $1.00

Public Welcome

Bring your lawn chairs and spend the day, or you can rustic camp in the park for free all weekend.

All Native Drums and Dancers Welcome


For info contact:
Janie Jarrad at 205-625-4584 or Betty Baker at 205-960-4914
For vending info contact:
Rita Skelton at 205-274-9353

SEPTEMBER 9-11, 2005
85th Annual Southern Tribal Fair Contest PowWow
Sky Ute Events Center, Ignacio, Colorado

Grand Entry : Friday 6 pm, Saturday 12 pm & 7 pm, Sunday 1 pm
Gourd Dance:Saturday 5-7 pm, Sunday 10 am-1 pm


Master of Ceremonies Wallace Coffey & Hammond Motah; Arena Directors Marty Pinnecoose & Josh Williams; Head Drum Judges Northern, Robert Lincoln, Southern Edmund Tate Nevaquaya; Head Gourd Singer Alfred Wall; Host Gourd Society Four Corners Gourd Society; Host Color/Honor Guard Southern Ute Veterans

Contest Categories: Womens Golden Age (50-64), Womens Elder (65 & Over), Womens (18-49), Teen Girls (12-17), Junior Girls (7-11). Mens Golden Age (50-64), Mens Elder (65 & Over), Mens (18-49), Teen Boys (12-17), Junior Boys (7-11), and Tiny Tots

Drum Contest Northern and Southern Divisions, (bring your own chairs).

Over $100,000 in Prize Money:

Arts and Crafts Booths - $100.00 Set Up Fee, (bring your own setup).

Information: Lucinda Cloud (970) 563-9075 or Lark GoodTracks (970) 563-4156

SEPT 10 - 11, 2005
Spirit of the Bison Pow Wow
Buck Bison Farm
2500 Forman Rd, Austinburg Ohio 44010

Gates Open: 10 am. Saturday and Sunday. Grand Entry: Saturday -Noon & 6pm.; Sunday-Noon

Singing and Dancing; Native Flute Music; Quality Arts and Crafts; Wagon Rides into the Bison Herd; Birds of Prey Presentation; Great Foods; Authentic FRY BREAD; Auctions and Raffles

Host Drum: Maza Napin (Iron Necklace); Co- Host Drum: TBA; Guest Drum: Thunder Canyon; Head man: Neil Wolfgang, Seneca; Head lady: Michelle Hite; MC: Steve Richard, Ojibwa; Arena Director: Rick Cwalina, Lakota; Head Veteran: Roger Campbell, Sisseton-Wahpeton/Dakota

All Dancers and Drums welcome. Honorarium paid to registered dancers per Grand Entry. Dancers must be registered by 11:30am on Saturday. Pay out will be at closing on Sunday.

There will be a participant feed on Saturday. Primitive camping available for participants.

Directions: From Cleveland: I-90 east to Rt. 45(exit 223), south to Clay St., turn left to Forman Rd.  From Erie Pa.: I-90 west to Rt. 45(exit 223),south to Clay St., turn left to Forman Rd.

Contact us: Joe 216-408-9211 or Rick, 440-845-5276

Website for updates and details at 
SEPTEMBER 10-11, 2005
6th Annual Honoring the Winged Ones Pow-Wow Celebration
Bunner Ridge Park, Fairmont, West Virginia, Exit 139 off Interstate 79.

This is a West Virginia Raptor Rehabilitation Center event that benefits the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey to fly free again. This is a volunteer, non-profit benefit pow-wow celebration. All proceeds go directly to our birds of prey, for feeding, medical expenses and the building of a new Rehabilitation Center on Bunner Ridge, West Virginia.

Grand Entry 12 noon, features our educational birds, Thunder the American Bald Eagle, Annie the Red-tailed Hawk, Spyro the American Kestrel, and Orion the Broadwinged Hawk.

MC and arena director, Cedar Bear Kerr. Head man Dancer Aaron Walks-Like-a-Bear Daily. Head Lady Dancer Bree Little Bear Wood. Story telling with Prof. Ellie Spotted Dove High and Nancy Goodheart and invited storyteller Terri Talks with hands. Drums are: Struck-by-Lightning Drum and The Mekoce Family Drum.

All dancers welcome, all vendors welcome. camping available.

For Info: Call: 304-367-9406; Email: . Website: .
Two Eagles Legacy 1st Annual Native American Contest Powwow
203 North 5 West, Rexburg, ID 83440
at the Madison County Fairgrounds

Host Drum: Cathedral Lake Singers from Arizona; Head Male Dancer: Darrell Abrahamson from Ft. Hall, Idaho; Head Female Dancer: Joyce Hayes Ft. Hall, Idaho; M.C.: Dave Brown Eagle from Spokane, Washington; Arena Director: Alex Shepherd from Cedar City, Utah

Special Performances by: Flute Player: Wesly Two Eagles from Rexburg, Idaho & Aztec Fire Dancers from Mexico!!

Experience a Native American Powwow. Traditional Foods, Vending, Music, Drumming, and Dancing. All Drums and Dancers are Welcome!!!! Over $10,000.00 in Prizes!

Friday: 6:00PM-11:00PM Saturday: 12:00PM-10:00PM

General Admission: Ages 12+: $4.00; Children 3-12: $2.00; Seniors and Ages under 3 are FREE!!; College Students with I.D.: $2.00

Food and Craft Vendors Needed $75.00 for Both Days and $50.00 for Just Saturday. Contracts are Available!!!

Donations are needed to sponsor the Head Staff, Aztec Dancers, and the Contest Catagories! All proceeds will go to future cultural events. You can donate checks and money orders made out to Two Eagles Legacy, Paypal to
, and for credit card donations call Wesly Two Eagles at 208-359-8113. A receipt will be mailed to donors for tax exempt purposes... Anyone who donates more than $200.00 will have a special recognition in the Powwow Schedule Pamphlet!!!! If the powwow is cancelled then all donations will be refunded! Any credit card donations must allow up to 25-30 days for a refund (This is Standard Business Policy.)

Two Eagles Legacy
221 N. 3rd. E. #13
Rexburg, ID 83440

SEPTEMBER 17 - 18, 2005
Bluff City Powwow.
In Rockport, Indiana. Just minutes from Owensboro, KY and Evansville, IN.

Gate opens at 11 am both days. Grand Entry: Saturday 1 pm & 7 pm. Sunday noon.

Host Drum: Istaypi Invited Drum: Black Eagle Spirit Drum. Head Man Dancer: Jeff White Elk Mills. Head Lady Dancer: Susan Shawandase Joy. Head Vet: TBA. Story Teller: Merilynn Cleveland.

Free primitive camping and meals for participants. Electric available for Vendors. Teepees welcome.

No alcohol, no drugs, no pets.

For more information contact: Rocky Blanchard at (812) 359-5303
or Don Cleveland at (812) 279-2335.
SEPT 17- 18, 2005
Fall Gathering
A Native American Pow-Wow For The Benefit Of The Lazybrook Park
Lazybrook Park Rt 6, East Of Tunkhannock, Pa.

Gates Open at 10 A.M; Grand Entry 12:00 P.M

Admission $ 4.00 12 & Up

Dancing , Drumming, Storytellers; Food and Crafts; Open to All Drum Groups & Dancers. Head Dancers To Be Announced.

Vending Space Available; Camping for Vendors & Dancers.

Dry Camping Available To The Public For A Donation

All Who Come In Peace Are Welcomed!

No Alcohol, Drugs , Firearms Or Politics Allowed! Please Take Care Of Your Pets!

Come and Enjoy the Beautiful Fall Colors with Us

For More Info Contract:
  or Phone 570-836-3344

SEPTEMBER 23 - 25, 2005
Richmond Powwow
Lake Reba Recreational Complex, Richmond, Kentucky

All Dancers & Drums welcome, at the discretion of the Arena Director - Levi Walker. MC - Wamble -Weoka -Oksheela; Host Drum - The Museum Drum, Huntsville, Alabama; Headman dancer - Allen Roland; Headlady dancer - Vickie Martin; Color Guard - All Nations Warrior Society Color Guard; Story tellers - Jeff Hatmaker & Jerry McClure.

Friday is School Day 9:00 am- 3:00 pm. The gates open to the public at 5:00 pm; Grand Entry at 6:30 pm.
Saturday's hours: Gates open at 10:00 am. Grand Entry at 12:00 noon and 6:00 pm. We will pow wow until about 9:00pm
Sunday's hours: Gates open at 10:00am. Grand Entry at 12:00noon. Closing Ceremonies at 5:00pm.

Admission. $5.00 for adults $2.00 for children Maximum of $15.00 per family.

Traveling North on I-75, take exit 90. Turn right, onto, KY 876 South. Go to the fourth (5th) traffic light Gibsom Bay Drive and turn left. This is the entrance to Gibson Bay Golf Course and Lake Reba Park. Follow the signs.

Traveling South on I-75, take exit 90A, US25-421 south. Get over in the through lane and go to the fifth (6th) trafic light Gibson Bay Drive and turn left. This is the entrance to Gibson Bay Golf Course and Lake Reba Park. Follow the signs.

For more information:
Email: .
Phone: 859-623-6076.
SEPTEMBER 24-25, 2005
Lake Milton Gathering/Powwow
Lake Milton State Park, Lake Milton, OH

This gathering is to Honor our Nations Veterans and is sponsored by Lake Milton State Park and Soaring Hawk Village.

Our head Man is John Spiritwolf, Head Lady is Jessie Star Dancer, Head Vet is Wally White Elk, Arena director is Chandler Young Warrior, Host drum is Mother earth Beat and guest drum is Black Eagle Singers. MC is tba.

This gathering is free to the public.

Lake Milton State park is about 20miles from Akron, OH

Any questions can be directed to Cindy Singing Turtle at  or 330-788-3268
SEPTEMBER 24 - 25, 2005
12th Annual Intertribal Pow Wow
Waimea Ball Park in Waimea on the Big Island of Hawaii
Native American Foundation

Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, both days.

Everyone is invited to attend this free event. This is a non-competition pow wow.

For more information, call the Native American Foundation at (808) 885-5569 or (808) 938-5080 or send e-mail to .
Wakichipi American Indian Pow-Wow
Martinsburg, WVA, Martinsburg Fairgrounds

Friday: 9AM-2PM; Saturday and Sunday: 11AM-6PM

Friday: $7.00 for everyone; Sat-Sun: $7.00 for adults and $4.00 for children

Directions: Click Here for Detailed Driving Directions in a Printer Friendly Format.

Call Barry Richardson at (252) 257-5383 for info and directions
Send e-mail to:  

OCTOBER 1 - 2, 2005
31st Annual Pow Wow at Thomas Square in Honolulu, Hawai`i
The American Indian Pow Wow Association (AIPA)

Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Everyone is invited to attend this free event, which will feature competition dancing, drumming, singing, arts and crafts, and food. All drums and dancers are welcome.

Head staff at the Thomas Square Pow Wow include: Head Man Dancer, Shane Ridley Stevens (Te-Moake Band of Western Shoshoni); Head Woman Dancer, Rose Olney Sampson (Yakama); Master of Ceremonies, John Dawson (San Carlos Apache); and Arena Director Tom Rowland (Oglala Lakota). The Host Drum is Wild Rice, with guest drums Red Thunder, Wild Horse and Seven Buffalo Singers.

This will be the first time the Seven Buffalo Singers will participate in a Hawaii pow wow. This Drum comes from Anchorage, Alaska and sings a mixture of Northern Plains songs and Alaska Native songs. The drum keeper and lead singer is Frank Buck (Assiniboine/Grosventre) who is originally from Montana. Other members of the drum are Cup`ik, Athabascan, Yupik, Inupiat and Scottish. Some of the singers are also members of the Cup`ik and Yupik Dance groups.

They call themselves Seven Buffalo Singers because they are uniting Alaska Natives and American Indian Nations. The Buffalo is sacred to the People of the Northern Plains, just as the Whale and Salmon are sacred to Alaska Natives. They advocate maintaining a drug and alcohol free lifestyle by adhering to traditional cultural values. Seven Buffalo Singers have performed in Fairbanks, Anchorage and various venues throughout Alaska, inlcluding various drug rehabilitation centers. They are anxious to meet the indigenous people of Hawai`i and are looking for opportunities for cultural exchange.

Of the several Pow wows which take place statewide each year, only the Thomas Square Pow wow features competition dancing. Audiences will enjoy the lively footwork of fancy dancers, grass dancers, fancy shawl and jingle dancers as well as the stately eloquence of traditional dancers. Each dance has its own history; each dancer has a story to tell.

Thomas Square is located between Beretania & South King Streets and between Ward Avenue and Victoria Street, across from the Honolulu Academy of Arts.

For more information:
American Indian Pow Wow Association at (808) 734-5171
Native Winds at (808) 734-8018

OCTOBER 1-2, 2005
7th Annual Native American Festival
"Trails End" "Honoring Our Grandfathers"
Northwest Park, Cedartown, GA

Gates Open: 10 am each day. Grand Entry: Noon each day.

Head Lady: Wihuna 'Fire' Joyner; Head Man: Jerry 'Smitty' Smith; Host Drum: Aracoma; M. C.: Gary Smith

ALL Drums Welcome. ALL Dancers Welcome

Primitive Camping for Vendors and Dancers

Pets Must Be Leashed. Generators Off By 11 pm

Vendors By Invitation Only

Politics, Drugs, and Alcohol will NOT be allowed.

Host Motel: Country Hearth Inn North Main Street - 770-749-9951
For more information: Jerry Stroup at 770-748-8816 or .
OCTOBER 8-9, 2005
The Eighth Annual Clarksville, Tennesssee Area Intertribal Powwow
Presented by The Native Cultural Circle
Powwow Grounds outside Port Royal State Park, I-24 Exit 11

Saturday: 9am-6pm; Sunday   10am-5pm

Come share our Culture, foods, and crafts. Shop the vendors for arts and crafts. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the Dancing.

Host Drum:  Tanasi Thunder;   Guest: TBA; Head Lady:  Betsy Jolly;   Head Man: Bill Jolly; Storyteller: TBA ;   Arena Director: TBA;
 Head Veteran:  Rick Brown; M.C.: Hawk Laughing; Flute Players:  Assorted Artist.

Public Welcome. All Drums & Dancers are welcome, vendors by invitation only.

Admission:  Adults $5   Children & Seniors $2 Active Duty Military with ID FREE!

I-24, Exit 11; TN HWY 76E
Left onto Old Clarksville Springfield Rd
Left onto HWY 238/Port Royal Road

For Information Contact: Ingrid Baker 931-326-5837 email:   or
Doug Red Kirby 931-801-1415  email:
OCTOBER 14-16, 2005
NAIA of Tennessee's 24th Annual Fall Festival and Pow Wow
Long Hunter State Park, 2910 Hobson Pike, Nashville, Tennessee

Friday, Saturday, Sunday 9 am- ?

Admission: $5.00 for Adults, Children 6-12 $3.00. Children 5yrs. and under are FREE.

Proceeds fund NAIA Emergency Assistance and Scholarship Programs.

Indian Tacos, Chili, Hominy, and Fry Bread; Books & Music - CDs & Cassettes; Native American Arts & Crafts; Indian Jewelry; Paintings; Crafts; Pictures; Pottery; Clothing; Storytelling; Indian games; Demonstrations.

Competition Dancing: Fancy, Traditional, Straight Grass Cloth, Buckskin, Fancy Shawl, Jingle Dress, Senior, Junior, Chicken.
Over $20,000 in prize money. Dance in all categories.

Master of Ceremonies: Sammy 'Tonke' White, Anadarko, Ok.; Arena Director: Marty Pinnecoose, Salem, OR.; Host Northern Drum: Meskwaki Nation, Tama, Iowa; Host Southern Drum: Cozad Singers, Anadarko, Ok.

From Nashville, take 1-40 East to Mt. Juliet Road, Exit 226-A. Go South
(right) 6.2 miles to the main park entrance, or ,take I-24 east to Old
Hickory Blvd, Exit 62. Go north (left) on SR171 6.4 miles to the main park

Contact Bill Wells 615-459-3156
OCTOBER 21- 23, 2005
17th Annual Meherrin Indian Pow-Wow
Meherrin Indian Tribal Grounds
Hwy 11, North Between Ahoskie and Murfreesboro, NC

Grand Entry Friday, 6pm... Saturday, 12 noon & 6pm... Sunday, 12 noon

Competition pow-wow for dancers and drums.

Host drum: Medicine Tail (Poarch Creek); Emcee: Clark Stewart (Chickahomy); Head Man Dancer: Jason Evens (Hailiwa-Saponi); Head Lady Dancer: Kristey Evans (Meherrin); Head Judge: Andrew Hunter (Meherrin); Arena Director: Jay Hill (Seneca/Ojibwa)

Attendance fees: $5 for those 12 yrs and up ... $3 for those 6-11 yrs ... 5yrs and younger no charge

Dancer registration $5; Drum registration $40

Directions: Approximately 1 hour from Tidewater. Click here for Map and Directions.

For more information contact: Aaron Winston at  
or Tribal office (252) 398-3321
Meherrin Indian Tribe
P.O. Box 508
Winton, NC 27986

OCTOBER 22-23, 2005
Euharlee Second Annual Veterans Powwow
Osborne Park - Downtown Euharlee, GA 30120

Gates open 10am to 6pm. Grand Entry Sat.: Noon, Sun.: 1pm

Intertribal Dancing, Drums-Story Tellers, Flute Players, Arts and Crafts, Native Foods, and Demonstrations.

Free Admission - Public Invited. All Veterans Invited - Special Tribute to Veterans. All Dancers Welcome!

Host Drum: Buffalo Heart; Guest Drum: Aracoma Lightning; Head Man: Jerry "Smitty" Smith; Head Lady: Ellen Rasco; MC: Gary Smith

Absolutely No Drugs Or Alcohol

From Atlanta or Chattanooga:
Take I-75 to Exit 288 (Main Street Cartersville, Highway 113)
Follow Highway 113 through Cartersville to Euharlee Road (approx 6 miles at Ladds Farm Supply)
Turn right onto Euharlee Road. Go approx 8 miles to Covered Bridge Road. Turn Left and go mile

From Piedmont Alabama:
Follow Highway 278 to Rockmart GA. Turn right onto Highway 113. Follow 113 to Covered Bridge Road on the left. (GA Power Plant Bowden sign and small shopping center with T & M Grocery). Follow Covered Bridge Road mile.

From Center AL/Rome GA:
Follow Highway 411 going toward Cartersville, GA Approx 12 miles east of Rome turn right onto Macedonia Road. Follow Macedonia Road until it runs into Euharlee Road. Turn left and go approx. 5-6 miles to Covered Bridge Road. Turn right mile

Vendors by Invitation Only
Info: Joey Pierce 404-377-4950
Sam Hinson 770-546-7191

OCTOBER 28-30, 2005
1st Annual Native American Festival in Leesburg
Leesburg Landing and RV Park, Leesburg, AL

Head Man: Jo-Jo Morgan; Head Lady: Heather Miller; Jr. Head Man: Daniel Miller; Jr. Head Lady: TBA; Head Veteran: Little John War Hawk; MC: John Ferguson; AD: Little Hawk; Host Drum: Aracoma Lightning; Guest Drum: TBA

Come be part of this fun filled weekend. Experience Native American Arts & Crafts, Demonstrations and Intertribal Dancing.

ALL Native Drums and Dancers Welcome

A portion of the proceeds will go to the Cherokee County Indian Education Program.

Friday: Children's Day - 10 to 2; Saturday: 10 to 5; Sunday: 11 to 5

Admission Saturday and Sunday: Adults $5.00; Elders: $3.00; Children 6 - 12 : $3.00; Under 6: Free

Located in Leesburg AL at Leesburg Landing and RV Park. Approximately 1 mile off Highway 411, between the Red Light and the State Docks.

Camping is available. Guest Motel: Leesburg Lodge 256-526-7378

Fire Arms, Drugs, Politics or Alcohol NOT ALLOWED

For more info call: 256-779-5742

NOVEMBER 4-5, 2005
Honoring Our Students and Veterans Pow Wow 2005
Cole Field House, University of Maryland College Park Campus
College Park, Maryland

Sponsored by the University of Maryland College Park Campus and American Indian Heritage and Education Association

Friday: 12:00 noon 7:00 p.m.; Grand Entry at 2:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.; Grand Entry at 12:00 noon

Friday Host Drum: Eagles Dancing; Saturday Host Drums: White Oak and Eagles Dancing; MC: Clayton Old Elk; Arena Directors: Michael Travis Galindo and Jay Hill; Head Man: Doug Hall; Head Lady: Margo Williams; Head Boy: Josh Hill
Head Girl: Turquoise Zapata

Admission: $5.00 - Veterans and Students Free

Directions: Take the Capital Beltway, I-495 North/I-95 North towards Baltimore/College Park. Take exit 25, which is Baltimore Ave./US-1 south towards College Park. The main entrance to campus (on Campus Drive) is on your right approximately two miles south of the exit on Route 1. Once you enter the campus stay on Campus Drive to the top of the hill. Cole Field House will be on your right.


Craft Vendors and Dancers contact: Dana Padgett, Vendor Coordinator
(202) 316-8445 or  
NOVEMBER 4-6, 2005
Fredericksburg, VA Pow-Wow/Show, Fredericksburg, VA Fairgrounds

Friday: 9AM-2PM; Saturday and Sunday: 11AM-6PM

Friday: $7 for everyone; Saturday and Sunday $7 for adults and $4 for children . Each Day

Directions: Fredericksburg Fairgrounds
     From the Washington, DC area take I-95 South to Exit 130-A (HWY 3) East to the Route 17/2 South Exit and follow to Fairgrounds.
     From the Richmond, VA area take I-95 North to Exit 130-A East to HWY 17/2 South exit and follow to Fairgrounds.
    Still lost? Call the Fredericksburg Tourism Office at 1-800-678-4748 or
(540) 373-1776.

More Information: Call (540) 373-1776 or 1-800-678-4748
Call the show promoter at (252) 257-5383
Send e-mail to:
NOVEMBER 5- 6, 2005
6th Annual Stone Mountain PowWow and Indian Festival
Stone Mountain Park
Highway 78 East 16 miles east of Atlanta, GA


NOVEMBER 11-13, 2005
The Great American Indian Exposition
The Richmond Showplace in Richmond, VA, 3000 Mechanicville Tkpe.

Admission $7 for everyone on Friday; $7 adults and $4 children (3-12)-Sat. & Sun.

Directions: Richmond Showplace-
     From Washington, DC area take 1-95 South to 295 South to Mechanicsville Exit. Make right at stop sign and go to 3000 Mechanicsville Turnpike.
     From Norfolk area take I-64 West to 360 West to Showplace.
     From North Carolina take I-95 North to I-64 toward RIR Airport to Laburnum (make a right) to Mechanicsville Turnpike to Showplace.
     Still lost? Call the Showplace at (804) 225-8877 or the show promoter at
(252) 257-5383.

Call (804) 225-8877 or Call Barry Richardson at (252) 257-5383 for more information.
Send e-mail to:


NOVEMBER 24-27, 2005
Thanksgiving Turkey Dance
NW35th St. , Ocala, Florida

Open Inter Tribal Dance

Free admission-Free Camping

Everybody Welcome

MC- Fred Glennon; AD-Tony Young; Host Drum- RedBird Jr; Guest Drums - The Falcon singers, and The Thunder Women Drum

Informal dance session Thursday

Formal Grand Entry Fri-Sat evenings

Ongoing demonstrations, Art/Craft Competition, Story Telling, Saturday Midnight Auction, Evening Trade Blanket sessions, Sunday Morning Trade Session

Located just South of the I-75 Super Flea Mkt. Off I-75 , Accessible from the South at-SR27 ( exit354) , or from the North at SR 326 (exit#358)

Traders by Invitation Only (Trader Spaces FULL)
For more info Call: Bob Achorn @352-669-4605


NOVEMBER 26-27, 2005
12th Annual Canadian Aboriginal Festival Powwow
Roger's Centre (Skydome), Toronto, Ontario

The Grand Entries : Saturday at 1:00 p.m., Saturday at 7:00 p.m. ; Sunday at noon. Grand Entries will feature colour parties from at least twelve foreign countries.

The Pow Wow is the center piece of the Canadian Aboriginal Festival with visitors from all parts of Canada and around the world gathered in Toronto at the Roger's Centre (SkyDome) to witness this most beautiful traditional ceremony.

Please note: all peoples of all races and creeds are invited. In fact you do us honour by attending this great offering to the Creator.



December 3- 5, 2005
9th Annual Honoring Veterans Powwow
Leesburg, Florida

Gates Open: Friday and Saturday- 9am-9pm; Sunday-9am-5pm.

Grand Entry: Friday- 7pm; Saturday- 1pm and 7pm; Sunday-1pm

Host Drum; Family Drum; M.C. Dave Trezak; Head Man Derek Whidden; Head Lady TBA; Story Telling by Kaska

Gate Fee: Donation (No Set Fee)

Location; Hwy 27 south end of Leesburg, Fl. on west side of road after post office.

More Information:
Tom Lipps



DECEMBER 10, 2005
Christmas Powwow and Holiday Market
Park Hill United Methodist Church Auditorium,
5209 Montview Blvd., Denver, Colorado

Free Admission and parking.
Open 10am - 10pm. Grand Entry: noon and 6pm.

All dancers and drums welcome.

Shop at our 30 American Indian community vendors.

Sponsors: AlterNative Voices - Native Radio, Raven Dancers, Christian
Indian Center, United Methodist Native Ministries, and Regis University

For More Information:
Bear (303) 648-3414 or  events calendar and

DEC. 31, 2005 - JAN. 1, 2006
New Years Eve / Sobriety Inter-tribal Powwow
Townsend Center Gym
855 N. 12th Street Richmond, Indiana

Head Man Dancer - Matt Wynk; Head Woman Dancer - Crystal Grimm; Head Veteran - George Reiter; Arena Director - Albert RunningWolf ; Master of Ceremonies - Ernie Walters; Host Drum - Black Swamp Singers (Ohio); Co-Host Drum - TBA.
All Other Drums Welcomed

Gates Open : Saturday- 10 a.m.; Sunday-10 a.m.
Grand Entry : Saturday- 11:30 a.m.; Saturday Evening - 9 p.m.; Sunday-11:30 a.m.
Dinner Break : 6:30 p.m. thru 8:30 p.m.
New Years Eve Grand Entry : 11:30 p.m.
New Years Eve Prayer and Song : Midnight
Gates Close:1 a.m.; Sunday 4pm
Committee Giveaway : Sunday 3 p.m.

Admission: General Public : $6.00; Two Day Pass : $8.00; Children 12 and under : FREE

No Drugs and or Alcohol Allowed; No Firearms permitted; No Selling of Pipestone Pipes, Hawk, Owl, and or Eagle Feathers

For More Information:
General Information-Albert and Fran RunningWolf : 765-647-4947
Vendor Information-Pat and Dewey Ferguson : 765-249-2001
Donations Vicky and Rodney Tate : 765-977-4212
Advertisment/Donations : Jim and Diana Miller : 765-977-6769
These are Links to More Powwow Calendars

OCB Tracker Californias Native News:

Your basic California Pow Wow Listing.

Andersons Web Services:

A lot of stuff here to check out! Not only has Pow Wow listings and links to other powwow sites, but also RODEO listings for those of you who can ride more than a comfy chair, like me! Lol

Four Winds Trading Company:

Besides having an extensive Pow Wow listing that show 2003 events, this site has a lot of other neat and information sections to explore!
Native American Arts, Humanities, Cultures: 

A very nice site indeed! Has a good listing of Pow Wows in the Events Section, but be sure you check out as much of this site as you can. 

Aarons Pow Wow Calendar:

This site is now part of a website dedicated solely to Powwows maintained by Aaron.

The Wandering Bull Online-New England:

Powwow Schedule for 2003-updated weekly 

Powwow Power
Information,  History and Calendars of Powwows 



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