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December 4th, 2004: Celebrating Sobriety Stickgame Tourney
Location: Two Eagle Gymnasium, Box 160, Pablo, MT 59855
Event Detail: $500 first place guarentee. $50 entry fee. 3-5 man team. Registration starts at Tourney begins at 11:00. Double elimination. All Proceeds made at this event during the tourney thru concession sales goes to the 2nd Annual Eagle Plume Cultural Club Celebration that will be held in June of 2005. All events sponsored by the E.P.C.C. are drugs and alcohol free.
Contact: Aggie Incashola, Phone: 406-675-0696, Email:

December 4, 2004: Three Rivers Lodge Peewee Powwow
Location: Boys and Girls Club, 545 W. Alameda St, Manteca, CA 95336
Event Detail: Children's Health Faire- Nutrition, Lead Poisoning, Denistry, BloodSource Sacramento - Bone Marrow Drive. Free Event! 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. For Kids by Kids! Everyone Welcome!
Contact: Ramona Valadez, phone: 209-858-2421, email:
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December 4, 2004: Oklahoma State University Native American Student Association Fall Pow Wow
Location: Wes Watkins Center for International Trade Development Building (Corner of Hall of Fame & Washington Streets), Stillwater, OK
Event Detail: MC: Archie Mason, Osage/Cherokee Tulsa, OK Head Singer: Hyde Toppah, Kiowa, Weatherford, OK HMD: Joseph Jones, Kaw, Pawnee, OK HLD: Jessica Moore, Osage/Otoe/Pawnee Fairfax, OK Head Gourd Dancer: Edward Yellowfish, Comanche/Otoe Oklahoma City, OK AD: Dude Blaylock, Peoria, Miami, OK Evening Program: Gourd Dancing 3:00 PM Supper: 5:00 PM Gourd Dancing:6:00 PM Grand Entry: 7:00 PM The 2004-2005 OSU NASA Princess will be crowned. $25 Arts & Crafts Vendor Booth Space - call to reserve space. Everyone Welcome!
Contact: Multicultural Student Center, phone: 405-744-5481, email:

December 4-5: 17th North American Native Art Festival
Location: Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Center, 1607 East Hastings Street (at Commercial Drive), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Event Detail: Annual festival celebrating Native art. 40 booths: carvings, gold, silver, turquoise jewelry, Cowichan Indian Sweaters, beadwork, Ecquadorian clothing and blankets, carving knives, moose tuft art, t-shirts, native designed clothing, prints, paintings and more!! Performances every half hour. Native foods: smoked salmon and baked salmon dinners; Indian tacos, clam chowder. Table fees: $100 for both days. No one dayers. A great event with a wonderful community feel. Admission $1.
Contact: Kat, phone: 604-253-1020, email: (
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December 10-12, 2004: Third Annual NHGI Melbourne PowWow
Location: Wickham Park Pavilion, Melbourne, FL 32953
Event Detail: Powwow location at Wickham Park Pavilion Melbourne Florida, adjacent to the Brevard Community College Melbourne Campus on Wickham and Post Roads. We are very thankful survivors of the hurricanes and look forward to sharing our thanks this year at the Melbourne Powwow- come out and dance!
Contact: Martha PessaroPhone: 321-452-1671, Email:

December 11: Red River Winter Powwow
Location: Caldwell High School, 3401 S. Indiana, Caldwell, ID, 83605
Event Detail: 2nd Annual Winter Pow Wow at the new Caldwell High School. All dancers and drummers welcome. Dance competition and story telling competition.
Andre Picard Jr Floor Manager - Lapwai, ID
Ray McConville MC - Boise, ID
Contact: Ron Sam, phone: 208-455-7584, email:
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December 11, 2004: Cherokee Gourd Society 13th Annual Christmas Dance
Location: Tahlequah Community Building, Tahlequah, OK
Event Detail: Gourd Dance - 2:00p.m. Supper Break - 5:00p.m. Gourd Dance - 6:00p.m. Grand Entry - 7:00p.m. Head Staff Host Drum: Bear Claw Singers, Dallas, Texas Head Man Dancer: Scott Ennis, Muskogee, Oklahoma Head Lady Dancer: Stella Walema, Tahlequah, Oklahoma Head Gourd Dancer: Gary Grammer, Fayetteville, Arkansas MC: Jake Chanate, Tahlequah, Oklahoma AD: Cherokee Gourd Society Members Color Guard: Cherokee Color Guard 2004-2005 Cherokee Gourd Society Princess Vanessa R. John **Raffles**50/50**Cake Walk**SANTA CLAUS** And much more!
Contact: Vendor Information: Tina Stroud (918) 458 -1110 Powwow Information: Don Stroud (918) 456-3637 Frank Squirrel (479) 846-3880 Smokie Gwoompi (918) 456-2599

December 31, 2004: New Year's Eve Sobriety Pow Wow
Location: Sault Ste. Marie, MI
Contact: Bud Biron, phone: 906-635-4755


Beadwork Techniques of the Native Americans

Beadwork Techniques of the Native AmericansUnlike other beadworking books, this basics AND many tricks of the trade that a beginner usually picks up only after much trial and error. Dozens of photos and illus.; discusses loom beading, applique, gourd stitch and moccasin making. Color photo gallery provides array of fine beadwork examples, both historic and contemporary. SC.
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Buckskin Garment Suede

Buckskin Garment Suede

Crazy Crow Buckskin

Much like our very popular white garment suede but with a beautiful light buckskin co-lor, this garment buckskin is perfect for a host of garments and craft projects. These hides are fully sueded on both sides with very few blemishes or holes.
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Hand Painted Feathers

Hand Painted Imitation Eagle Feathers for Native American Dance FansOur top-quality hand-painted feathers look so much like the real thing you’ll find them perfect for achieving that authentic look. The finest turkey feathers are selected by hand, then expertly trimmed to the perfect size and painted by hand to look just like the real thing.
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