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  • Resource Database / Events, Powwows & Activism / Annual Powwows, Festivals, and Other Events

    Resources: 54 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Ann Arbor
      US - Northeast
    Come join us for our 34th Annual Ann Arbor Pow Wow on March 25-26! Get info on head staff, host hotels, contest results, requesting vendor apps and more! (Ann Arbor, Michigan)
    More sites on www.umich.edu
    Artrain USA
      US - Northeast
    Traveling art museum with contemporary Native American art exhibition to visit Bartlesville , Woodward, Muskogee and Ada, Oklahoma in August & September, 2004. PRESS RELEASE: Ann Arbor , MI - Artrain USA, the nationís only traveling art museum on train, will make four stops in the state of Oklahoma sponsored in part by the Oklahoma Arts Council. Artrain USA is traveling the country with its 15th exhibition, Native Views: Influences of Modern Culture , a contemporary Native American art exhibition. Artrain USA will be open to the public in Bartlesville, OK, August 28-29; Woodward, OK, September 4, 5 & 11; Muskogee,OK, September 18-19; and Ada , OK , September 26-27.
    Black River Pow Wow & Historical Gathering
      United States
    An annual Pow Wow in Wadhams, Michigan. Featuring Dancers, Traders and a 1750's Living Native Village. Details on dates, and location are on the site.
    Cal Nez Design Events Listing
    Navajo US - West
    More sites on www.calnezdesign.com
    Canadian Aboriginal Festival
      Canada - Eastern
    The Canadian Aboriginal Festival is organized and coordinated by Indian Art-I-Crafts of Ontario, a non-profit Aboriginal organization.
    CHICO's MHN: Great Lakes Powwow Tour
    Anishinaabe US - Northeast
    Visit a powwow - more information.
    Chrisjohn's Annual Iroquois Art and Culture Festival
    Iroquois US - Northeast
    The Chrisjohn family prides itself on showcasing some of the most talented and skilled artisans in the Native American community. Join us as we celebrate our rich cultural heritage at our annual festival in Rhinebeck, NY.
    Circle of All Nations
      Canada - Eastern
    A Circle of All Nations - A Culture of Peace The Circle of All Nations is neither an organization nor a network Ė rather it is a growing circle of individuals committed to respect for Mother Earth, promotion of racial harmony, advancement of social justice, recognition and honouring of indigenous wisdom and peace building. The core values sustaining the Circle are love, forgiveness, compassion respect and responsibility. "We must come together with one heart, one mind, one love and one determination." - William Commanda
    Coastal Carolina Indians & Association
      US - Southeast
    The very 1st GREAT SALT WATER AMERICAN INDIAN HERITAGE AND VETERANS HONOR POW-WOW will be honoring ROSS PEROT, ROGER WILLIE, CODETALKERS, RICK DOVE at the Onslow County Fairgrounds in Jacksonville, NC November 5-7th 2004. BLACK LODGE is coming all the way from Washington State and will join CEDARTREE from DC and NC's EASTERN BULL. The fairgrounds is located just off of Highway 17/Broadhurst near National Guard Armory. November 5th will be educational field day for the school children. Family members are being encouraged to start making plans now to come and bring picture of veteran relative that will be placed on the WALL OF HONOR. Vendors may download applications by visiting www.coastalcarolinaindians.com and/or contacting Coastal Carolina Indian Center.
    More sites on www.coastalcarolinaindians.com
    Colorado Indian Market & Western Art
       
    Crow Creek Pow Wow
    Sioux US - Central
    Crow Creek Pow Wow - "Honoring Our Youth and Elders" - - Fort Thompson, South Dakota - This is a Cultural Unity Event Welcoming All Peoples - There will be Drum and Dance competition and vendors selling Traditional Native American arts, crafts and food. This event is open to the public!
    Dreamspeakers Film Festival and Forum
      Canada - Western
    An annual celebration of Aboriginal Film and Video. The festival takes place in Edmonton, Canada
    First Nations Website
      US - Northwest
    Group comprised of many nations First Nations Annual Spring Powwow. First Nations is a Student Organization on the University of Washington campus. Students put on a powwow every spring.
    Four Winds Pow Wow
       
    Site about the Four Winds Pow Wows and other events organized by the Four Winds association in Lausanne, Switzerland. many photos and information about the visiting artists and nations.
    More sites on www.angelfire.com
    Gathering of Nations Powwow
      US - Southwest
    The Gathering of Nations is a federally recognized non-profit organization founded in 1983 to promote Native American (Indian) culture and tradition and dispel stereotypes.
    HatcH Audiovisual Arts Festival
      US - West
    The 2nd Annual HatcH Festival will take place October 4 9, in Bozeman, MT. and will include 10 Groundbreaking student films, representing the finest film schools across the globe, to be screened, along with 10 feature films, panels, musical performances, workshops, and itís first ever Native American Showcase! For more information on ticket sales, showcasing, special attendees, and for opportunities to sponsor this unique Native American program, please visit the website at www.hatchfest.com for full details.
    Indian Summer Festival
      US - Central
    Annual Indian Summer Festival North America's largest cultural festival, past and present, with opportunities for artists, dancers from all of the americas.
    Indian Summer Festivals
       
    An annual three-day celebration of Native American history and culture, featuring music, dance and crafts from North, Central and South Americas. Held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the weekend following Labor Day.
    More sites on indiansummer.org
    Indigenous Heritage Festival
      US - Southeast
    An event that will heighten cultural awareness, embrace world peace and unity, and leave souls forever touched. This inaugural annual event brings together indigenous peoples of the world to reach to the Central Florida community.
    KTCA Productions: PowWow
      US - West
    Each summer, thousands of Native American peoples across the country celebrate their connections to tradition and spirituality, to the Earth and to one another, in a social, personal and spiritual meeting: the PowWow. For many, these gatherings are an integral component of the Native American existence. More than an homage to a great ancestry, the Powwow is an event of contemporary significance for the individuals and communities making up the hundreds of Native American nations. In an attempt to capture the beauty, excitement and cultural importance of these events, KTCA has produced... / Photographs by Melissa Gerr/ PowWow: A Significant Gathering/ The Grand Entry/ The Drum / The Dances / The Songs / The Regalia/ Family, Community, Spirituality
    Land Insights/Terres en vues
      Canada
    LAND InSIGHTS is the driving force behind the First Peoples' Festival, making Montreal a meeting place for the indigenous creativity of the three Americas for ten days in June.
    Mihsihkinaahkwa Pow Wow
    Miami US - Central
    Information Schedule Directions Traditional Dances 5K Fun Run Drums & Dancers Photographs WCHS Contact Indiana Miamis
    Moowin & Windygrass singers
    MicMac US - Northwest
    a cool place with lots of cool things and lots of native american site links
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    MTSU American Indian Festival
      US - Southeast
    Festival and Powwow in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. American Indian Scholarship Support Program ~ Annual Fund-Raising Festival.
    More sites on www.mtsu.edu
    Natagam traditional & cultural Festival 2002
    Cree Canada - Eastern
    Traditional & cultural Festival held by the Cree nation of Wemindji, Quebec, Baie James
    More sites on cf.geocities.com
    Natchez Trace Pow Wow
      US - Southeast
    WE WOULD LIKE TO thank EVERYONE for making the premiere pow wow in Leiper's Fork such a success! Please join us again next year for the Annual natchez trace pow wow All Dancers & Drums Welcome! Dancer Registration for "Luck of the Draw" . All Registered dancers in regalia have a chance to win money! This is not a competition Pow Wow. Visit our website for more details. Public is Welcome.
    Native American Recognition Days
      US - Southwest
    This annual event continues its tradition of promoting Native American cultures through a celebration of traditional and contemporary events. The theme this year is "Strentghtening Family Unity".
    NDN PROMOTER
    Ho-Chunk US - Central
    An informative website to Pow Wows, Festivals, Concerts, News and Environmental links. Photos and Update News on Contemporary Native American talent. A unique and colorful home of NDN PROMOTER.
    NMU Center for Native American Studies
      United States
    13th Annual Learning to Walk Together Traditional Pow Wow March 19-20, 2005 Vandament Arena - Northern Michigan University Marquette, Michigan Ph: 906-227-1397 **please note that the mid-winter pow wow is not being held on NMU's campus in February of this year as previously announced**
    More sites on www.nmu.edu
    Noongam Traditional Powwow
    Ojibwe Canada
    Annual Noongam Traditional Powwow Ottawa, ON Grand entries: Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday 12 p.m. Giveaway 5 p.m. Feast 6 p.m. all drum group, dancers and native vendors are welcome. free admission, everyone is welcome, bring your lawn chairs, for more information, call (613)786-1552, email:noongampowwow@yahoo.com
    North American Native Arts & Craft Festival
      Canada
    14th Annual North American Native Arts Festival December 14-15, 2001 Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Center 1607 East Hastings. All nations are invited - Admission: $2.00 - For more info check out the website. Beautiful handicrafts and original artwork, 40 booths, well-known and up and coming performers, Lots of food!
    More sites on geocities.com
    OCB Trading Post lists LA powwows
       
    More sites on www.ocbtp.com
    Oglala Commemoration
    Lakota US - West
    30th anniverary of "THE INCIDENT OF OGLALA" It time to come together in full support of Leonard Peltier's Freedom. June 26th, 2005, Oglala, South Dakota, Ceremony and Youth Awareness concert and much more. A FREE EVENT The 6th annual Oglala Commemoration
    More sites on oglalacommemoration.com
    Oglala Commemoration
    Lakota US - Central
    Annual Event to Honor Our Warriors and to Bring Awareness to Leonard Peltier unjust incarceration
    Oka Kapassa Return to Coldwater
      United States
    Oka Kapassa, a special Native American gathering is held in Spring Park, Tuscumbia, Alabama to celebrate the culture and traditions of American Indians who once thrived here in north Alabama. The Gathering is a 2 day event, Friday, September 9th and Saturday, September 10th, 2005. Friday is a day set aside for school children and is also open to the general public.
    Pipestone 4th Annual Dakota Wacipi
    Dakota US - Central
    Located at the Spirit of Peace powwow grounds, Hiawatha Ave, Pipestone MN 56164 Hosted by the Original Pipestone Dakota Community
    Powwow Power
      United States
    History Resource for powwow history, description, dancers, etiquette, dates, and t-shirts.
    Powwow Traditions
    Cherokee United States
    Being in the powwow arena, singing, or watching gives most of us a wonderful feeling. It's a certain kind of happiness that cannot be described. People whose Nations were enemies shake hands and smile. Powwows are intertribal, people from all Nations are together, laughing and sharing.
    More sites on members.tripod.com
    powwows.com - Native American Pow Wow Dancing
       
    Pow Wow Calendar with dates listed by date and by state. Pow Wow news, Pow Wow Dancing, Drum Groups, discussion area. Very extensive site. A must for any Pow Wow circuit follower! Lists Pow Wow's in the United States and Canada.
    More sites on powwows.com
    Prairie Indian Rodeo Association
      Canada
    "The Gathering" All Nation Rodeo & Celebrations, a Multi-Sanctioned Rodeo, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
    Rolling Thunder Enterprises
      US - Southeast
    Producer of Native Events such as festivals, Pow wows, Stewardship Programs,Film Casting, Speakers, Lecturers, Entertainers, Educators and general Native Resource guide.
    Spirit of America Native American & Wildlife Art Festival
       
    This is a non-profit annual event, started by a Cherokee woman and brings native american art and culture to the community. This year the festival is being held in Clearwater, Florida.
    Spirit People of America
      United States
    Sept.3,4,5,6,2004 NATIVE AMERICAN FESTIVAL Withlacoochee River Park - Dade City, Fl Sponsored by Florida Native American Indian Society Co-Sponsored by Pasco County Parks & Recreation Dept. Drumming by The Family Drum Flute Music by Doc Silver Hawk Green and his flute family Wredes and Thunder the Bald Eagle Dancing Grand Entry Friday 7:00 pm Singing Story Tellers Saturday 1:00 pm & 7:00 pm Raffles Native Food Sunday 1:00 pm & 7:00 pm Kids Games Native Crafts Monday 1:00 pm 50-50 Drawings Kids Day Friday Sept. 3 Free Admission for children Come Join Us Labor Day Weekend for a Great Time Camping Available For Info Call Bill Soaring Eagle Martin 352-583-5024 mbmartin352@earthlink.net or Jim Little Running Bear Boyton 352-796-0903 lrbear@tampabay.rr.com Admission / Donations: Adult $2.00 Elders $1.00 Children 6-12 $1.00 6 and under Free NO DRUGS, ALCOHOL, OR FIREARMS
    More sites on geocities.com
    Spring Bear Pow-wow
      US - West
    Spring Bear Pow-wow is a non-contest, traditional gathering. Enjoy dancing, singing, frybread and food, and some of the areas finest artists and craftpeople selling their wares.
    SUSD Stockton Community Labor Day Weekend PowWow
    Creek (Muskogee) US - West
    Annual Stockton Community Labor Day Weekend PowWow (SCLDWP)and Winter PowWow(this year, our nineteenth!) is a sub-committee. Contains info on Title IX, PowWow info, links, Native American Indian Center (NAIC).
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    tatagwa traditional powwow
    Ojibwe  
    Tatagwa Traditional Powwow June 22,23,24,2001 Lebreton Flats, Ottawa,Ontario,Canada
    The Guakete And Pow Wow Information Resources Page
    Taino US - Northeast
    This is the Taino Guakete Festival and Pow Wow Events information page from the Taino Tribe of Jatibonicu'.
    More sites on members.dandy.net
    The Pow Wow Trail
       
    Exerpts - by Julia White - Answers to Common Questions/ In The Beginning/ Finding Pow Wows/ Be Comfortable/ Protocol/ Traders and Vendors/ Listings of Pow Wows.
    More sites on www.powersource.com
    The Pow-Wow Poll
    Nez Perce US - Northwest
    This web site is a place of for people who are fans of the pow-wow world to go and vote for their favorite dancers and drums. It has the results of completed polls, links, and some fictionalized humorous pow-wow posters
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    The Spike
      US - Northeast
    This website features The Spike, a newsletter on Native American Powwows and American Indian Powwows along the East Coast, in the area from Eastern Canada south to Florida and all states East of the Mississippi River. This site is for the active and novice powwow aficionados and all stages in between. It is also, for powwow participants seeking knowledge of the locations of powwows in the east, specifically dancers, vendors, drums and entertainers.
    Traditional & cultural Festival 2002
    Cree Canada - Eastern
    A traditional and cultural Festival by the Cree People of Wemindji, James Bay, Quebec. Everyone is welcome!!! natagam2002@yahoo.ca
    More sites on cf.geocities.com
    Treaty 7 Commemoration 125th Anniversary
    Siksika Canada - Western
    Treaty Number 7 (1877-2002) 125th Anniversary Commemoration Event.
    Wandering Bull New England Powwow Schedule
      US - Northeast
    We thank Princess Winona and June Little Winona for their wonderful effort in producing the annual pow wow schedule.
    World Peace & Prayer Day
       
    Join Chief Arvol Looking Horse, 19th Generation Keeper Of The Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe, in recognition of the Sixth Annual World Peace & Prayer Day. We invite representatives of all faiths throughout our global community to unite and participate in this effort to bring about a positive shift of consciousness by connecting with the earth's sacred sites on June 21st, the summer solstice.




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