Mixed Peoples of Our First Nations

Pauwau Schedule 2016

Native American Gatherings in The Hunting Ground Area


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  GATHERINGS / FESTIVALS

  SCHEDULE FOR 2016



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



OCTOBER


Ohio


October 1, 2, 2016

"Moccasin Trail Powwow"

"at The 34th Annual Atwood Lake Fall Festival"

Atwood Lake Park

4956 Shop Road North East

Mineral City, Tuscarawas County, Ohio

NO DRUGS, NO ALCOHOL

SALE OF SACRED ITEMS PROHIBITED

For information call:

Beverly Angel after 6:00 PM

at 330-364-1298

210 East 10th Street

Dover, Ohio 44622


Kentucky


October 7, 8, 2016

"Prestonsburg Powwow at Jenny Wiley Festival"

Presented by the Richmond Powwow Association

Old Grade School Lot (Next to City Hall)

200 North Lake Drive

Prestonburg, Floyd County, Kentucky

Native American Dancing, Music, and Storytelling.

Head Man Dancer: To Be Announced

Head Woman Dancer: To Be Announced

Head Veteran: To Be Announced

Drum: To Be Announced

There will be vendors of crafts and food.

For information, contact:

City Hall

606-886-2336

Richmond Powwow Association, Inc.


Indiana


October 8, 9, 2016

"12th Annual Wolf Creek Habitat Fall Native Powwow"

Celebrating Our Native American Culture

Wolf Creek Habitat

14099 Wolf Creek Road

Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana

HOURS:

Saturday and Sunday 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

All Tribes, Drums, Dancers, and Flutes welcome.

Master of Ceremonies: To Be Announced

Head Dancers: To Be Announced

Drums: To Be Announced

Flutes: To Be Announced

Bring your chairs or blankets to sit on but please leave these at home:

Drugs, Alcohol, Fireworks, Firearms, Politics.

This is a Wolf Habitat so please, NO PETS ALLOWED

For more information, call Kathy at 1-513-312-9143

or email at wolfcreekhabitat@msn.com

You can also visit our website for more details:

Wolf Creek Habitat



Tennessee


October 14, 15, 16, 2016

"35th Annual Fall Festival & Tennessee State Powwow"

Long Hunter State Park

2910 Hobson Pike

Hermitage (section of Metropolitan Nashville), Davidson County Tennessee

Directions:

From I-24:

Take Exit 62 North, Old Hickory Boulevard.

Follow signs north to the Powwow.

From I-40:

Take Exit 226-A, Mount Juliet Road.

Follow signs south to the Powwow.

Parking is available for free adjacent to Powwow grounds.

Enter at the Main park entrance

Primitive camping available at the powwow.

There are no hook-ups and no shower.

SCHEDULE:

Friday, October 14th:

9:00 AM until

School day - Free for students and seniors.

Saturday, October 15th:

10:00 AM until

Opening Ceremony - 11:00 AM

Dancers, register by NOON

Sunday, October 16th:

10:00 AM until 5:00 PM

Opening Ceremony - 11:00 AM

Tickets available at the Gate.

Admission:

Adults: $6.00 per adult

Senior citizens and Children: $3.00

Children under the age of 5: FREE

Native American Dancers: $6.00

Master of CeremoniesTim Tallchief Jones (Oklahoma)

Winona Yellowhammer (Tennessee) Friday & Saturday mornings

Arena DirectorBill TakesHorse (Oklahoma)

Host Drums:

Otter Tail Singers (Southern)

Eagle Point Signers (Northern)

Dancers, register by NOON Saturday, October 17th

Native Americans ONLY

Entry fee for dancers: $6.00

Hotel Information:

These hotels are approximately 5-8 miles from the Powwow grounds:

Best Western

Exit 62 of I-24 East

615-641-7721

Comfort Inn

Exit 64 I-24 East

615-793-3600

Holiday Inn Express

Exit 64 I-24 East

615-793-9100

Country Inn & Suites

Exit 59 I-24 East

615-731-8540

Quarters Motor Inn

Exit 59 I-24 East

615-731-5990

Super 8

Exit 59 I-24 East

615-731-8440

For Powwow information, got their website:

Native American Indian Association of Tennessee



Tennessee


October 21, 22, 23, 2016

"Red Clay Powwow"

Friends of Red Clay

Friends of Red Clay

Native American Services of Tennessee

Native American Services of Tennessee

Red Clay State Park

Red Clay State Park

1140 Red Clay State Park Road SW

Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee

Hours:

October 21, 2016, Friday: School's Day, ( Schools only) 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Reservations Required

Special Programs all day, $3.00 per child

October 22, 2016, Saturday: 10:00 AM - Dusk, Grand Entry: 12:00 PM

October 23, 2016, Sunday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Grand Entry: 12:00 PM

Admission for Saturday & Sunday: $5:00 Donation Per Car Load

Handicap Accessible

Dancers: $$$$$ Luck Of The Draw $$$$$

DANCERS MUST BE REGISTERED BEFORE GRAND ENTRY - NO FEE

Primitive Camping Allowed - No Showers, No Electricity

Self Contained RV's/Campers Welcomed

Come see Native American Dancers, visit craft booths and demonstrators,

share stories, enjoy primitive encampments and living history sites and listen to wonderful entertainers.

SEE...Basketry, Bow and Arrow crafts, pottery, paintings, handmade items being done right before your eyes.

SPECIAL: GARETH LAFFELY

NUMBER 2 on the Charts nationwide

His New CD will be available.

STOMP DANCE (Public allowed to participate)

All Vendors Welcome - limited spaces

Hotels:

Quality Inn

153 Asbury Lane

Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee

423-478-5265

Applegate Inn

1857 APD 40

Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee

423-479-9915

For more information, contact:

Tammera Hicks

423-240-7270

Or Email at:

NAServices.org@gmail.com


Tennessee


October 29, 30, 2016

"Cumberland Plateau 15th Annual American Indian Powwow"

Hyder Burks Ag Pavilion

2390 Gainesboro Grade

Cookeville, Putnam County, Tennessee

Directions:

I-40 to exit 286, go north TN-135 (Willow Avenue) for 3.2 miles,

turn left onto TN-290 (West 12th Street, will turn into Gainesboro Grade).

Go 2.1 miles, Hyder Burks Pavilion on left.

Signs will be posted.

Saturday:

9:00 AM to 7 PM

Sunday:

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Admission:

Adults: $6.00

Kids ages 5 to 16: $3.00

Kids under the age of 4: FREE

Seniors: $3.00

All Active Military, Law Enforcement, Firefighters, EMT, and Also All Veterans (with VA Card or DD214): FREE

Thank You All!!!!!!!

We would like to invite everyone to come out and enjoy two fun filled days, teaching and showing American Indian cultures and histories thru Dancing, Drumming, Storytelling, and Flute Players.

We will offer Exhibition, Intertribal and Fun Dances for all ages, also Demonstrators along with many Arts & Crafts Vendors and Native Sisters American Indian Foods along with Moons BBQ. So bring your lawn chairs or sit in the bleachers while talking and watching all the fun while learning our culture, from around the country.

Host Drum:

Southern Echo

Emcee:

Bert (Iron Turtle) Cox

Daily: 50/50's and Raffles

All Drums and Dancers Welcome

Hosted By:

Indigenous Intertribal Corporation (I.I.C)

A local Non-Profit Organization,

dedicated to the preservation of EXISTING American Indian

Host Lodging:

Day's Inn

931-528-1511 

For more information, contact:

Linda: 931-544-4908

Carol: 931-544-0066

cookevillepowwow@gmail.com


NOVEMBER


Kentucky


November 19, 20, 2016

"11th Annual Honor Our Veterans Powwow"

Bethany United Methodist Church

6100 Moorman Road    

Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky

One light south of the Gene Snyder, off the Dixie Highway

MORE INFORMATION WILL BE FORTH COMING!

Kentucky American Indian Resource & Community Center, Inc.

NATIVE PEOPLE BUILDING A STRONG NATIVE COMMUNITY



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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