Mixed Peoples of Our First Nations

Pauwau Schedule 2022

Native American Gatherings in

The Hunting Ground Area


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  POWWOWS / GATHERINGS / FESTIVALS

  SCHEDULE FOR 2022



    LISTINGS FOR KENTUCKY, INDIANA, OHIO,
TENNESSEE, NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA
   PLEASE CHECK FOR MORE DETAILS AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE


POWWOW, NATIVE AMERICAN 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, DRUGS AND FIREARMS ARE NOT ALLOWED AT POWWOWS, FESTIVALS OR GATHERINGS. VIOLATORS WILL BE REMOVED.







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For listings of meetings,
educational seminars, dinners and other events that are not

Native American gatherings that had been listed on this page, please check our
Meetings & Other Events page for the current on going events.

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the brown button that says

Meeting & Other Events located under the green

Pauwau Schedule button.

Wado

JULY


OHIO

JULY 2, 3, 2022
"MONROE POWWOW 2022”
"HONORING THOSE WHO WALKED THE WOODLANDS BEFORE US.”

HANNIBAL LOCKS & DAM
STATE ROUTE 7
HANNIBAL, MONROE COUNTY, OHIO
SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, JULY 2nd:
GATES OPEN: 10:00 AM
GRAND ENTRY: 12:00 PM
GATES CLOSE: 8:00 PM
SUNDAY, JULY 3rd:
GATES OPEN: 10:00 AM
GRAND ENTRY: 12:00 PM
GATES CLOSE: 8:00 PM

ADMISSION
ADULTS: $5.00
CHILDREN, SENIORS: $3.00
DANCERS ARE FREE
LIMITED PRIMITIVE CAMPING IS FREE

STAFF
MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Aaron Stevens
ARENA DIRECTOR: Logan Steele
HEAD VETERAN: David Weaver
HEAD MAN: Terry Cultrice
JUNIOR MAN: Sam Wanner
HEAD LADY: Rene Cultrice
JUNIOR LADY: Shelby Cwalina
HOST DRUM: Thunder Nation
CO-HOST DRUM: Red Bird
STORY TELLER: Bonnie Tomasetti
OTHER DRUMS ARE BY INVITATION ONLY.
VENDORS ARE BY INVITATION ONLY.

Bring a blanket or chair and enjoy a weekend of fun!!
NO DRUGS, ALCOHOL, WEAPONS OR POLITICS
FOR POWWOW INFORMATION OR QUESTIONS, CONTACT:
Jennifer Babb
740-934-9353
Look on our Facebook page for directions,
nearby hotels, and links to our sponsors.


TENNESSEE


JULY 23, 24, 2022
“YELLOWHORSE POWWOW CELEBRATION”
NATIVE AMERICAN SERVICES OF TN
FOUNDERS HALL AT THE COMMONS
4950 SWINYAR DRIVE
COLLEGEDALE, HAMILTON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
SCHEDULE
PUBLIC:

SATURDAY, JULY 23rd:
GATES OPEN: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
GRAND ENTRY: 12:00 PM AND 6:00 PM
SUNDAY, JULY 24th:
GATES OPEN: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
GRAND ENTRY: 12:00 PM

ADMISSIONS
$10.00 per car load
HEAD STAFF
MASTER OF CEREMONIES / SOUND: Faron Weeks
ARENA DIRECTOR: Jimmy Reedy
DRUM: Goose Creek Singers
HEAD LADY: Lorie Reedy
HEAD MAN: Jackie Ross
HEAD VETERAN: Joey Pierce
CONTEST: Tim Deane / with assistants
DESIGNATED PARKING FOR STAFF / VENDORS
INERTRIBAL POWWOW ***CONTEST***
DANCE CONTEST
$5.00 REGISTRATION FEE
AGE 3 - 7: FREE / TINY TOTS
TWO SPECIALS
CHICKEN DANCE: WINNER TAKE ALL
ALL AGE JINGLE DANCE: WINNER TAKE ALL
DRUM CONTEST
$20.00 REGISTRATION FEE
…MORE TO BE POSTED
Dancing !!!! UNDER COVER !!!! and public partially under cover
and the entire area outdoors usable for the event.
We have the entire place!!!!
The glass doors slide up all the way around the main building
making an open pavilion for everyone.
ALL DANCERS ARE WELCOME
ALL VENDORS ARE WELCOME**
**Located outdoors next to main building near large restroom buildings.
String lighting inside building and outdoor string lighting too.
Large ceiling fans in case we need them for cooling.
BRING YOUR OWN CHAIRS AND FUN ATTITUDES
NO ALCOHOL, FIREARMS, OR ILLEGAL WEAPONS
**VENDOR APPLICATIONS ARE LOCATED ON WEBSITE:
WWW.NASERVICES.ORG
ALL FEES MUST BE PAID TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT, NO EXCEPTIONS.
VENDORS SET UP DAY
You MUST set up FRIDAY, JULY 22nd between 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM.
THERE WILL BE NO EXCEPTIONS IN THIS NEW VENUE.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
WWW.NASERVICES.ORG
NAServices.org@gmail.com
423-240-7270

AUGUST


OHIO


AUGUST 6, 7, 2022
"HONORING TRADITIONS EASTERN WOODLAND NATIVE AMERICAN CELEBRATION"
FAIRFIELD COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
157 EAST FAIR AVENUE
LANCASTER, FAIRFIELD COUNTY, OHIO
SATURDAY, AUGUST 6th:
10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
GRAND ENTRY: 12 PM
SUNDAY, AUGUST 7th:
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
GRAND ENTRY: 12 PM

PUBLIC WELCOME!
Learn about Native American culture through traditional
Native American singing, dancing, and crafts.
ADMISSION:
ADULTS: $5.00
CHILDREN 10 & UNDER: $3.00
SENIORS 65+: $3.00
PARKING: FREE
FOR MORE INFORMATION, GO TO:
WEBSITE:
Honoring Traditions Annual Eastern Woodland Native American Celebration


INDIANA


AUGUST 20, 21, 2022
“40th ANNUAL TRADITIONAL FALL POWWOW"
AMERICAN INDIAN COUNCIL
WITHAM PAVILION, BOONE COUNTY 4-H FAIRGROUNDS
1300 EAST 100 SOUTH
I-65 EXIT 138
LEBANON, BOONE COUNTY, INDIANA
SATURDAY, AUGUST 20th:
HOURS: 10:00 AM to 9:30 PM
GRAND ENTRY: 1:00 PM & 6:30 PM
Feast for participants at 5:00 PM
SUNDAY, AUGUST 21st:
HOURS: 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
GRAND ENTRY: 1:00 PM

ADMISSIONS
GENERAL (13 - 59): $5.00
CHILDREN (6 - 12): $3.00
ELDERS (60+): $3.00
VETERANS: $3.00
DANCERS (IN REGALIA): FREE
AGES 5 and UNDER: FREE
HEAD STAFF
HOST DRUM: Wind Eagle
CO-HOST DRUM: Black Hand Singers
ARENA DIRECTOR: Aaron Stevens
HEAD VETERAN: Roger Campbell
HEAD MAN DANCER: Will Sharp
HEAD WOMAN DANCER: Laura Zak
MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Tony Castoreno
FLINT KNAPPING: Ron Kennedy
FLUTE PLAYING: Tom Hickey
FLUTE PLAYING: Ken Noland
WEAVING: Sharon & Tony Wells
KID’S CRAFTS: TO BE DETERMINED
TEPEE VILLAGE: Brian Schnurpel
BIRDS OF PREY: DNR
Native American Singing, Dancing, Red Road Specials, and Food. and
Additional drums will be honored with Blanket Dances.
CAMPING
PRIMITIVE: $5.00
TENTS with ELECTRICITY: $15.00
ANYTHING ON WHEELS: $25.00 per day/per unit
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
HOST HOTEL:
Econo Lodge
765-482-9611
Ask for powwow rate
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT THE COORDINATORS:
Sandy Maddox: maddox.s@comcast.net, 765-453-9025, Chair
Sally Tuttle: 765-453-1298, Co-Chair / Powwow Publicity
Vivian Anderson: 765-453-0259, Co-Chair / Council Treasurer
WEBSITE
American Indian Council
FACEBOOK PAGE
American Indian Council Inc
We are a not for profit organization dedicated to the preservation
and promotion of our Native American Heritage.
Not responsible in the event of accident or injury.
No drugs, alcohol, or firearms are allowed on site.
No outside raffles.
Trading by invitation only.
No politics - Just Fun!
No pets by order of the fairgrounds.
Bringing your own lawn chairs is highly recommended.
We reserve the right to ask anyone to leave the powwow.


SEPTEMBER


KENTUCKY


SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 2022
"13th ANNUAL HONORING OUR VETERANS POWWOW"
K & S FARM (OLD MONHOLLEN FARM)
4116 CUMBERLAND FALLS HIGHWAY
CORBIN, WHITLEY COUNTY, KENTUCKY
LABOR DAY WEEKEND
SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd:
GATES OPEN: 10:00 AM
GRAND ENTRY: 11:00 AM & 6:00 PM
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th:                             
GATES OPEN: 11:00 AM
GRAND ENTRY: 12:00 PM
ADMISSION

ADULTS: $7.00
CHILDREN UNDER 12 ARE FREE
FREE ADMISSION FOR VETERANS WITH PROPER ID

Native American Vendors, Drums, Dancers, Flute, Demonstrators,

Story Tellers, Kids Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, Bounce House,

Climbing Wall, Obstacle Course,  
Free Parking & Primitive Camping
Limited Seating - Bring Folding Chairs
 NO DRUGS - NO ALCOHOL-NO FIREARMS - NO POLITICS
COMPETITION POWWOW
PRIZE MONEY

SENIOR MEN: $2,250.00
SENIOR WOMEN: $2,250.00
ADULT MEN (18 & up): $4,500.00
ADULT WOMEN (18 & up): $4,500.00
YOUTH MEN (12 to 17): $2,100.00
YOUTH WOMEN (12 to 17): $2,100.00
YOUTH BOYS (8 to 11): $700.00
YOUTH GIRLS (8 to 11): $700.00
TINY TOTS: $10.00 EACH
Judging will be done by Points System
DRUM COMPETITION
1st PLACE: $2,000.00
2nd PLACE: $1,000.00
3rd PLACE: $500.00
STAFF
MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Lowery Bagay
ARENA DIRECTOR: Emerson Bagay
HOST DRUM: Wild Band
HEAD MAN DANCER: Dean Swimmer
HEAD LADY DANCER: Lorie Reedy
HEAD JUDGE: Josetta Scehol
FEATURING THE AZTEC DANCERS
For more information, contact:
Ken Phillips
Phone: 606-280-1380
Email: sioux80@msn.com
Website:
Kentucky Native American Heritage Museum
Kentucky Arts Council
The States Arts Agency provides operating support to
 the museum with state tax dollars & federal funding from
the National Endowment for the Arts.
Whitley County Tourism provides partial funding for this event.


INDIANA


SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 2022
“60th TECUMSEH LODGE POWWOW”
TECUMSEH LODGE
TIPTON COUNTY 4-H FAIRGROUNDS
4 FAIRGROUNDS ROAD
TIPTON, TIPTON COUNTY, INDIANA

STAFF

HEAD MAN DANCER: Matthew Hodges
HEAD WOMAN DANCER: Lori Balsbaugh
HEAD GOURD DANCER: Grant Nell
MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Chris Bryant
ARENA DIRECTOR: Robert Bishop
HEAD SOUTHERN SINGER: Nico Pena
NORTHERN DRUMS: Kingfisher Singers and MacKenzie River
SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd:
TRADERS OPEN: 9:00 AM
CRAFT SEMINARS: 9:00 AM
GOURD DANCING: 1:00 PM
INTERTRIBAL DANCING: 3:00 PM
GRAND ENTRY: 7:30 PM
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th:
TRADERS OPEN: 9:00 AM
CRAFT CONTEST AND FINE ARTS DISPLAY: 9:00 AM
GOURD DANCING: 1:00 PM
INTERTRIBAL DANCING: 3:00 PM
GRAND ENTRY: 7:30 PM
SEMINARS SATURDAY MORNING IN THE COMMUNITY BUILDING
Topics and presenters to be announced.
CRAFT CONTEST AND FINE ARTS DISPLAY:
SUNDAY 9:00 AM, IN THE COMMUNITY BUILDING
FINE ARTS DISPLAY WILL FEATURE:
"Roaches, Spreaders, Pins, and Drops"
Please Bring Your Items For Display And Crafts For The Contest
Midnight Auction: Saturday Night

ONLY AMERICAN INDIAN OR POWWOW RELATED ITEMS TO BE INCLUDED
NO DRUGS OR ALCOHOL ALLOWED
NO GROUND FIRES
NO OUTSIDE RAFFLES
NO ADMITTANCE TO THE GROUNDS
UNTIL 8:00 AM, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd
**ANIMALS PERMITTED ON LEASH WITH CURRENT VACCINATION CERTIFICATE**

PARTICIPANT FEES:
ADULTS: $5.00
CHILDREN UNDER 13: $1.00
CHILDREN AGE 4 & UNDER: FREE
CAMPING ELECTRICAL HOOK UPS: $15.00 Per Night RV
**$10.00 / Weekend for Tent Campers
SPECTATOR FEES PER DAY:
ADULTS: $5.00
CHILDREN 12 & UNDER: $2.00
CHILDREN AGE 4 & UNDER: FREE
SENIORS (65+): $3.00
$15.00 Maximum Per Family
HOST HOTEL:
Day's Inn
Kokomo, Indiana
AUGUST 15th CUTOFF FOR GROUP RATE
CALL: 765-453-7100 AND ASK FOR THE TECUMSEH POWWOW RATE
INFORMATION:
WEBSITE:
Tecumseh Lodge
FACEBOOK:
Search Tecumseh Lodge for updates

OHIO


SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 5, 2022
"SPIRIT OF THE PEOPLE GATHERING, INTERTRIBAL 2022”
6th ANNUAL GATHERING

SOARING EAGLE RETREAT


375 HORNER CHAPEL ROAD


PEEBlES, ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO
ALL NATIONS WELCOME
Please share this information with others in your circle of

friends and family.
This is Created By The People For The People
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th: 10:00 AM to 8 PM
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th: 10:00 AM to 6 PM

ALL NATIONS WELCOME
DRUMS: TO BE ANNOUNCED
MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Little Cloud
ARENA DIRECTOR: TO BE ANNOUNCED
HEAD VETERAN: TO BE ANNOUNCED
HEAD MALE DANCER: TO BE ANNOUNCED
HEAD FEMALE DANCER: TO BE ANNOUNCED
DRUMMING, DANCING, VENDORS, DEMONSTRATIONS, EDUCATION.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
PARKING:
$5.00 PER CAR LOAD
VENDING SPOTS AVAILABLE
PRIMITIVE CAMPING - VENDORS ONLY
FOR INFORMATION:
Jeanette:
PHONE: 937-302-9624
EMAIL: ja.dragonflyja@gmail.com
Visit us on Facebook at Spirit Of The People Gathering
*NO FIREARMS, POLITICS, DRUGS or ALCOHOL PERMITTED*


KENTUCKY


SEPTEMBER 10, 11, 2022
"ANNUAL TRAIL OF TEARS POWWOW"
CHEROKEE TRAIL OF TEARS COMMEMORATIVE PARK POWWOW GROUNDS
100 TRAIL OF TEARS DRIVE
HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY
GRAND ENTRIES
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th:
11:30 AM & 6:00 PM
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th:

1:00 PM
ADMISSION
ADULTS: TO BE ANNOUNCED
CHILDREN 7 - 12:
TO BE ANNOUNCED
CHILDREN UNDER 6: FREE
FREE PARKING  
HEAD STAFF
MASTER OF CEREMONIES:
TO BE ANNOUNCED

HOST DRUM: TO BE ANNOUNCED

ARENA DIRECTOR: TO BE ANNOUNCED

DANCE JUDGE: TO BE ANNOUNCED

SINGING JUDGE: TO BE ANNOUNCED

HEAD VETERAN: TO BE ANNOUNCED

HEAD MAN: Selected Every Session
HEAD WOMAN: Selected Every Session
SOUND:
TO BE ANNOUNCED

DANCE COMPETITION: TO BE ANNOUNCED
Each year, the weekend after Labor Day, come enjoy
Native American Dance Competitions, singing, storytelling,
Indian flute demonstrations, Native American arts & crafts,
Native American Jewelry, clothing, books, art, collectibles,
Refreshments including Indian Fry Bread, and other delicious treats!.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL:
TOURIST CENTER: 270-887-2300
HERITAGE CENTER: 270-886-8033

INDIANA


SEPTEMBER 10, 11, 2022
"17th ANNUAL ANDERSONTOWN POWWOW"
ANDERSONTOWN POWWOW AND INDIAN MARKET
ATHLETIC PARK
410 EAST 8th STREET
ANDERSON, MADISON COUNTY, INDIANA
ADMISSION
ADULTS: TO BE ANNOUNCED
AGES 8 & UNDER: FREE
FREE PARKING
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th:
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Grand Entries: 1:00 PM and 7:00 PM
Intertribal Dancing: 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM & 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th:
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
GRAND ENTRIES: 1:00 PM
INTERTRIBAL DANCING: 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM

HEAD STAFF
MASTER OF CEREMONIES: TO BE ANNOUNCED
ARENA DIRECTOR: TO BE ANNOUNCED
HEAD MAN DANCER: TO BE ANNOUNCED
HEAD WOMAN DANCER: TO BE ANNOUNCED
HOST SOUTHERN DRUM: TO BE ANNOUNCED
NORTHERN DRUM: TO BE ANNOUNCED
INTERTRIBAL CELEBRATION
OPEN DANCING
TIPI LODGE
BIRDS OF PREY
DOUGLAS BLUE FEATHER
DEMONSTRATIONS
STORYTELLING
INDIAN MARKET
NATIVE AMERICAN FOOD
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT:
Website:
Andersontown Powwow


INDIANA


SEPTEMBER 17, 18, 2022
"16th ANNUAL BLUFF CITY POWWOW"
ROCKPORT CITY PARK
928 FAIRGROUND DRIVE
ROCKPORT, SPENCER COUNTY, INDIANA
CELEBRATING OUR SIXTEENTH ANNIVERSARY YEAR
SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th:
GATES OPEN: 11:00 AM
GRAND ENTRY: 1:00 PM
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th:
GATES OPEN: 11:00 AM
GRAND ENTRY: 12:00 NOON

ADMISSION
ADULTS: $7.00 or $6.00 with donation of a non-perishable food item
for the Christian Resource Center's Food Pantry
KIDS (12 & under): FREE!
NEW FOOD VENDOR: with Buffalo Burgers and Fry Bread
STAFF
HOST DRUM: Thunder With The Hands
GUEST DRUM: MIAMI Nation Singers
HEAD MAN DANCER: TO BE ANNOUNCED
HEAD LADY DANCER: TO BE ANNOUNCED
HEAD VETERAN DANCER: TO BE ANNOUNCED  
COLOR GUARD:
Ohio Valley Native American Veteran Warrior Society (OVNAVWS)
MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Frank Brent
ARENA DIRECTOR: Rock Blanchard  
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Rock Blanchard
PHONE: 812-459-8643
EMAIL: rock104@sbsglobal.net
Dorothy Blanchard
PHONE: 812-459-8645


TENNESSEE


SEPTEMBER 17, 18, 2022
"TRADE MILL NATIVE HERITAGE DAYS"
TRADE COMMUNITY CENTER & GRIST MILL
228 MODOCK ROAD
TRADE, JOHNSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th:
GATES OPEN: 9:00 AM
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th:
GATES OPEN: 9:00 AM

ADMISSION
ADULTS: $5.00
CHILDREN (4 years & younger): FREE
Flute Playing
Native American Gathering
Bands
Clogging
Food Vendors
Many Wonderful Vendors
Kids Zone
Train
Petting Zoo
Blacksmith
Wood Carving
Beauty Pageant
CONTACT INFORMATION
423-895-2213
910-548-8945
423-895-5715
Like us on Facebook
Trade Community Center Mill


KENTUCKY


SEPTEMBER 23, 24, 25, 2022
"28th ANNUAL RICHMOND POWWOW"
RICHMOND POWWOW ASSOCIATION
BATTLEFIELD MEMORIAL PARK
1546 BATTLEFIELD MEMORIAL PARK HIGHWAY
(US 421, old State Road)
RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY
All Dancers & Drums welcome, at the discretion of the Arena Director
STAFF
ARENA DIRECTOR: TO BE ANNOUNCED
MASTER OF CEREMONIES: TO BE ANNOUNCED
HONOR GUARD:
Ohio Valley Native American Veteran Warrior Society (OVNAVWS)
HEAD MAN DANCER: TO BE ANNOUNCED
HEAD LADY DANCER: Kamama A (Li) s gi s di (Debra Short)
HEAD VETERAN: Mike Dunn
NATIVE FLUTE: Robert Mullinax
STORY TELLERS: Jerry McClure

DRUM: Istayapi

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd:
FRIDAY IS SCHOOL DAY.
The hours are 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
The gates open to the public at 4:00 PM - Dark
Grand Entry at 6:00 PM
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th:
Gates open at 10:00 AM
Grand Entry at 12:00 noon and 5:00 PM
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th:
Gates open at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Grand Entry at 12:00 PM
Closing Ceremonies at 4:00 PM

ADMISSION
STUDENT ADMISSION: TO BE ANNOUNCED 
ADULTS: TO BE ANNOUNCED
CHILDREN: TO BE ANNOUNCED
STUDENTS: TO BE ANNOUNCED
FAMILY RATES TO BE ANNOUNCED
PRIMITIVE CAMPING IS AVAILABLE!
HOST HOTEL: WAITING FOR CONFIRMATION
Creekside Lodge
330 Walnut Creek Drive
Berea, Madison County, Kentucky
859-226-0340
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
Jan Quigg: 859-200-9651
WEBSITE: Richmond Powwow Association




INDIANA


SEPTEMBER 24, 25, 2022
"STEVE WITT MEMORIAL 26th ANNUAL GATHERING OF THE PEOPLE POWWOW”
11515 EAST US HIGHWAY 36
ROCKVILLE, PARKE COUNTY, INDIANA
FREE PARKING!
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
EVERYONE WELCOME!

MORE INFORMATION FORTHCOMING!
BRING YOUR LAWN CHAIRS AND ENJOY THE DAY!
NO ALCOHOL, DRUGS OR FIREARMS ALLOWED ON THE PREMISES!
FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Bob DisPennett  
812-236-1692


OHIO


SEPTEMBER 24, 25, 2022
“20th ANNIVERSARY THEY WALKED HERE BEFORE US”
“A WOODLAND INDIAN CELEBRATION”

SEVEN EAGLES HISTORICAL EDUCATION CENTER
6486 WAPAKONETA ROAD
GRAND RAPIDS, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO
SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th:
GATES OPEN: 10:00 AM
GRAND ENTRY: 1:00 PM (Schedule may change)
Closes at Dusk
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th:
GATES OPEN: 10:00 AM
GRAND ENTRY: 1:00 PM
Closes at 5:00 PM

OTHER:
Douglas Blue Feather (Cherokee) of Springboro, Ohio
Multiple Award Winning Native American Flutist
DRUMS:
Southeastern Water Spider of Ohio
Drums please contact BSIF if interested in being a Drum
VENDORS: INVITATION ONLY
ADMISSION
ADULTS: $5.00
SENIORS 60 AND OVER: $3.00
CHILDREN 5-11: $2.00
CHILDREN 4 AND UNDER: FREE
CONTACT AND SPONSORS:
perrysburgpowwow@hotmail.com
BLACK SWAMP INTERTRIBAL FOUNDATION
SEVEN EAGLES HISTORICAL EDUCATION CENTER
SOUTHEASTERN WATER SPIDER DRUM
HOST HOTEL
County Inn & Suites
9790 Clark Drive
Rossford, Wood County, Ohio
419-872-9900
Inquire for Powwow Rate
NO PETS
NO ALCOHOL
NO DRUGS
NO FIREARMS


TENNESSEE


SEPTEMBER 24, 25, 2022
"WILCO POWWOW"
JAMES E. WARD AG CENTER
945 EAST BADDOUR PARKWAY
LEBANON, WILSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Competition Powwow
Native American Food, Arts & Crafts, Music
Intertribal Dancing
All Dancers Welcome
Bring A Lawn Chair

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL:
Cindy Yahola
615-443-1537
Middle Tennessee Pow Wow Inc. is a 501(c) (3)
chartered in the State of Tennessee


OCTOBER


OHIO


OCTOBER 1, 2, 2022
"THREE SISTERS INTERTRIBAL POWWOW"
ATWOOD LAKE PARK WELCOME CENTER
9500 LAKEVIEW ROAD
MINERAL CITY, TUCARAWAS COUNTY, OHIO
SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1st:
GRAND ENTRY: 12:00 PM
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2nd:
GRAND ENTRY: 12:00 PM

FREE PRIMITIVE CAMPING FOR DANCERS, DRUMS, AND VENDORS.
PASSES WILL BE EMAILED IN ADVANCE, TO DANCERS, DRUMS,
AND VENDORS TO AVOID PARK ENTRANCE FEES.
WITHOUT A PASS, YOU WILL BE CHARGED AN ENTRANCE FEE
BY THE PARK.
ATWOOD AREA FALL FESTIVAL IS A THREE DAY EVENT.
VENDORS ARE INVITED TO SET UP FOR ALL THREE DAYS
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Ronda Lehnortt
PHONE:
330-771-2531
Rachel Sadowski
PHONE:
269-597-0494
EMAIL:
threesistersitertribal@gmail.com
FACEBOOK:
Three Sisters Intertribal Organization


KENTUCKY


OCTOBER 6, 7, 8, 9, 2022
”INTERTRIBAL WATER GATHERING”
VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK
10707 TAYLORSVILLE ROAD
JEFFERSONTOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY
Gather with Native Peoples ~ Honor the Blessing of Water ~ Restore the Sacred Flow
Gather in kinship
This event asserts that water is a sacred fundamental right for all
A four day intertribal cultural event
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6th:
Indigenous art displayed with vendors in the AM
Evening viewing of the film, “Windtalkers”
with commentary by Navajo actor, artist and educator, Roger Willie
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7th:
Children and Youth Day
Indigenous Storytelling, drumming, and singing
Observe and learn Indigenous dance
Engage in indigenous games
Question and answer sessions
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8th:
Intertribal Water Gathering
Opening and closing ceremony
Indigenous dancing, singing and drumming
Various dance exhibitions
Chicken dance, Sneak up Dance, Men’s Traditional, Women’s Traditional,
Candy Dance (children), Intertribal, and more.
Opportunities for public to join in dancing when announced  
Indigenous venders and foods
Educational Path along Chenoweth Run Creek


Explore Native Ways and Wisdom
Various educational stations

(Water With Blessing display, and different educational vendors)

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9th:
Intertribal Water Gathering
Opening and closing ceremony
Indigenous dancing, singing and drumming
Various dance exhibitions
Chicken dance, Sneak up Dance, Men’s Traditional, Women’s Traditional,
Candy Dance (children), Intertribal, and more.
Opportunities for public to join in dancing when announced  
Indigenous venders and foods
Educational Path along Chenoweth Run Creek


Explore Native Ways and Wisdom
Various educational stations

(Water With Blessing display, and different educational vendors)

HOST DRUM: Istayapi
An Indigenous cultural and educational engaging event to raise awareness of Native water needs and provide clean drinking water for the Navajo Nation and other Indigenous communities.
Respect Expected for a Sacred Event No politics, alcohol, drugs, firearms, or profanity
FOR UPDATES, CONTACT:
Jennifer Dunn
PHONE
: 502-645-9024
EMAIL
: atsilv@yahoo.com

HOSTED BY:
OHIO VALLEY NATIVE AMERICAN VETERAN WARRIOR SOCIETY
JEFFERSONTOWN, KENTUCKY ~ EST 1797
WATER WITH BLESSINGS
Clean water for God’s thirsty children


TENNESSEE


OCTOBER 28, 29, 30, 2022
“THE SPIRIT OF THE MOUNTAIN POWWOW”
MORGAN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
5943 MORGAN COUNTY HIGHWAY
LANCING, MORGAN COUNTY, TENNESSEE
EVENT INFORMATION
SAVE THE DATE
Vendor Contracts will be available soon fo this 2nd Annual event.
Call, Message, or Email us with your authentic Native American product
and Booth description for consideration.
EVENT COORDINATORS:
Wayne Winding Eagle (865) 275-1582
Luz Soaring Condor (865) 275-4575
EMAIL:
spiritofthemountainpowwow@gmail.com
EVENT SPONSOR & DIRECTOR:
MORGAN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Bridget DeFee, Executive, (423) 346-5740
EMAIL: chamber@morgancountytn.org
Office and Visitor Center
3804 Morgan County Highway
Wartburg, Tennessee 37887


NOVEMBER


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