Mixed Peoples of Our First Nations

Pauwau Schedule 2014

Native American Gatherings in The Hunting Ground Area


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The People of The Hunting Ground
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FESTIVAL AND GATHERING ETIQUETTE

PLEASE DO

1. Please stand and remove your hat whenever the Honor Guard Flags is brought into or taken from the Arena, and at all times when instructed by

the Master of Ceremonies.

2. Please feel free to join in the Intertribal Dancing. Listen carefully to the Master of Ceremonies. He will tell you when visitors are permitted to enter

the Arena and join the dancing. At all other times, please respect the sacredness of the Arena by not entering it.

PLEASE DON'T

1. Please do not randomly walk, run, or play in the Dancer's Arena.

2. Please do not point with a finger, particularly the index finger, to an individual, as  it is impolite. It is best to indicate a person by pointing with

the eyes or a head nod.

3. Please do not touch any feather that has fallen to the ground. Guard it and notify a festival official. This is because a ceremony must be performed to recover the fallen feather. THIS CEREMONY MUST NOT BE PHOTOGRAPHED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

4. Please do not touch any of the regalia of the dancers. Regalia are any clothing, jewelry, or other ornamental articles worn by the dancers. Many

of these are fragile and some are very old and have been handed down

from ancestors.

5. Please do not tape songs, unless the head singer of a Drum gives

permission. Even if permission has been granted, the Master of Ceremonies may request that specific songs not be recorded.

6. Please do not take a photograph of or videotape any individual inside or outside of the Arena without first getting permission from that person. Obtaining a person's permission is a respectful recognition of that

person's dignity.

7. ALCOHOL AND DRUGS ARE NOT ALLOWED AT FESTIVALS OR GATHERINGS. VIOLATORS WILL BE REMOVED.


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  GATHERINGS / FESTIVALS

  SCHEDULE FOR 2014



    LISTINGS FOR KENTUCKY, INDIANA, OHIO, AND TENNESSEE
   PLEASE CHECK FOR MORE DETAILS AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE



OCTOBER

Tennessee

October 24, 25, 26, 2014
"Red Clay Powwow"
Friends of Red Clay
www.FriendsofRedClay.org
Native American Services of Tennessee
www.naservices.org
Red Clay State Park
http//tnstateparks.com/redclay
1140 Red Clay State Park Road SW
Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee
Hours:
October 24, 2014, Friday: School's Day, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Reservations Required
Special Programs all day, $3.00 per child
October 25, 2014, Saturday: 10:00 AM - Dusk, Grand Entry: 1:00 PM
October 26, 2014, Sunday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Grand Entry: 1:00 PM
Admission for Saturday & Sunday: $5:00 Donation Per Car Load
Handicap Accessible
$$$$$ Luck Of The Draw $$$$$ Day Money $$$ Visiting Drums
Primitive Camping - No Showers, No Electricity
Self Contained RV's Welcomed
Spend the weekend with us at Red Clay State Park.
See Native American Dancers, visit craft booths, share stories,
enjoy the Primitive Encampments and Living History Sites,
and the Entertainment.

Host Hotel:
Applegate Inn
1857 APD 40
Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee
1-423-9915
Ask for the powwow rate
For more information, contact:
1-423-240-7270 or 1-423-478-0339


NOVEMBER

Indiana

November 1, 2, 2014
"4th Annual Indiana University Traditional Powwow"
Indiana University
Alumni Hall
900 East 7th Street
Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana
For Information:
Nicky Belle or Mary Connors
Phone: 812-855-4814
Email: fnecc@indiana.edu
Website: Indiana.edu/~fnecc/

Indiana

November 14, 15, 16, 2014
"Honoring The 7th Generation Powwow"
Army National Guard Armory
1200 West Main Street
Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana
Hours:
Starts Friday, November 14th at 10:00 AM
Ends Sunday, November 16th at 4:00 PM
Come and celebrate Native American Month with good friends,
good people, and good music.
Come to learn, laugh, make new friends.

Kentucky

November 15, 16, 2014
"9th Annual Veterans Powwow"
Americana Community Center
4801 Southside Drive    
Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky
No drugs, alcohol, or politics allowed.
Not responsible for injuries, lost or stolen items.
Vendors welcome, space is limited, please contact:
Amanda Fox Winstead at 1-502-955-7082
Need more information? Call:
Cindy Isbell at 1-502-935-7920
or Dianne Travllian at 1-502-435-7853
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