2009 NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN POWWOW CALENDAR
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October 2009 - AMERICAN INDIAN POWWOWS
October 2-4, 2009: Big Time Gathering and Traditional Powwow
Location: Midway Park, Midway Ave & Rabbit Springs Rd, Lucerne Valley, CA 92356
Event Detail: Lucerne Valley's 1st Big Time Gathering and Traditional Powwow. Authentic Native American crafts, food, dancers, & drum groups.
Contact: Ophelia Porter, 760 885-5924, Email: email@example.com
October 3-4, 2009: 2nd Intertribal Powwow
Location: Martin Farms, 8700 Battle Creek Rd, South Pittsburg, TN 37380
Event Detail: MC: Foy Southard, Head Man: Richard Skybear Smith, Head Lady: Camela Roark, AD: Dan Drake, Host Drum: Red Road Singers. Gates open Saturday 8am & Sunday 10am. Grand entry 11am. Vendors, drummers & dancers camp for free. Public primitive camping $10/night for 1 tent. No alcohol, drugs or weapons allowed.
Contact: Otter Farmer, 423-949-4495, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
October 3-4, 2009: 18th Annual Chukchansi Powwow
Location: Coarsegold's Historic Village, 35300 Hwy 41, Coarsegold, CA 93614
Event Detail: MC: Val Shadowhawk, AD: Monty Williams, Head Man: Gabe Hardin, Head Lady: Alorha Baga, Head Teen Boy: Justin Long, Head Teen Girl: Samantha Rivera, Head Junior Boy: Ivan Barrios, Head Junior Girl: Gabriella Lira, Head Tiny Tot Boy: Donny Matoud, Head Tiny Tot Girl: Tehya Perez, Head Southern Drum: Humming Bird Singers, Head Northern Drum: Secret Cooley.
Contact: Juanita, 559-683-6633, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
October 3-4, 2009: 35th Annual Intertribal Powwow
Location: Thomas Square Park, 925 South Beretania St, Honolulu, HI 96814
Event Detail: Open 10am-5pm. This is a traditional (no contest) powwow. Everyone invited. No drugs or alcohol are permitted. Head Man: Troy Delaney, Head Lady: Cindy Dawson, MC: John Dawson, AD: Tom Rowland, Host Drum: Blackfoot Crossing, Guest Drum: 808NDNZ.
Contact: Teuila Collins, 808-497-7270, Email: email@example.com
October 6-10, 2009: 97th Annual Cherokee Indian Fair
Location: Cherokee Indian Fair Grounds, 475 Tsali Blvd, Cherokee, NC 28719
Event Detail: Opening parade, midway, fireworks, traditional Cherokee food & competitions that bring out the best of the Eastern Bandís basket makers, carvers, quilters, gardeners and more. High-quality entertainment to perform each evening in the amphitheater. Opens 10am daily w/nightly shows.
Contact: Cherokee Welcome Center, 800-438-1601, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: Cherokee Indian Fair
October 9-10, 2009: Blackfeet Manpower
Location: Starr School Gym, Browning, MT 59417
Contact: Maynard Kicking Woman, 406-338-2111, Email: email@example.com
October 9-10, 2009: Powhatan Native People Powwow
Location: Powhatan Rescue Squad Grounds, 3920 Marion Harland, Powhatan, VA 23139
Event Detail: 5pm Friday-6pm Saturday. Host Drum: Red Wolf, Guest Drum: Red Earth, MC: Clark Stewart, Head Man: Keith Anderson, Head Lady: Lindsey Fortune. Special contest for best dancer. Junior Male & Female will be crowned.
Contact: Curtis & Katrina Blankenship, 804-598-9301, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
October 9-11, 2009: 2nd Annual Falling Leaves Intertribal Gatheirng and Powwow
Location: The Eagle's Nest of Alabama, 552 Crocket Rd, Samson, AL 36477
Event Detail: Vendor Information: with electric - $100, without electric - $75, $25 nonrefundable deposit. Spaces 25' wide & 30' deep with additional 45' behind for trailer or RV. Admission: Free, donations accepted (new unwrapped toy, or non-perishable food item). Grand Entry: 1pm daily. Primitve (no electric) camping. No pets between the vendor area & circle.
Contact: Bill or Teresa, 334-360-1106, Email: email@example.com
October 10, 2009: 6th Annual Pryor Wellbriety Powwow
Location: Mid American Expo Center, 4 miles south of Pryor, Pryor, OK 74361
Contact: Mary Hayes, 918-698-0583, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
October 10-11, 2009: 22nd Annual American Indian Gathering
Location: Community College of Beaver County, 1 Campus Dr, Monaca, PA 15061
Event Detail: Head Man: Michael Nephew, Head Woman: Carolyn Bartlett, Host Drum: Muddy Creek, MC: Hank Houghtaling
Contact: John Goberish, 724-775-8561 ext 156, Email: email@example.com
October 10-11, 2009: Black Bear Cove Native American Festival
Location: Black Bear Cove Resort & RV Park, 5842 Highway 30, Benton, TN 37307
Event Detail: Sat. 9am-10pm, Grand Entry noon & 7pm. Sunday 9am-6pm, Grand Entry 1pm. Admission-$5/person, 10 & under free, 65+ $3. Head Man: Bullet Standingdeer, Head Lady: Barbie Harrison, MC: Osceola Red Shirt, AD: Jimmy Reedy, Host Drum: Sacred Grounds, Honor Guard: UCAN Veterans Society. $1500 Drum Competition: Winner takes all, $1000+ Luck of the draw.
Contact: Judy Serna, 423-322-5632, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: Black Bear Cove Festival
October 10-11, 2009: 11th Annual "Big springs" Intertribal Gatheing
Location: Burt Wood Youth & Athletic Complex, Lyton Dr, Cedartown, GA 30125
Event Detail: All drums & dancers welcome. MC: Gary Smith, Head Man: Harry Drigger, Head Lady: Mary Drigger, Drum: Wiregrass. Gates open at 10am. Grand entry at 12pm. Admission: $5 per car. Primative camping available. No politics, drugs or alcohol. Prayer service October 11.
Contact: Jerry Stroup, 770-748-8816, Email: email@example.com
October 10-11, 2009: Annual Etowah Valley Indian Festival & Powwow
Location: Sam Smith Park, Cartersville, GA
Event Detail: Dance Competiton. All drums welcome. Hoop & Aztec Dancers. Admission: Adults $8, Children $5, Seniors(65+) $5.
Contact: 770-735-6275, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: Annual Etowah Valley Indian Festival & Powwow
October 17-18, 2009: 16th Annual Accohannock Fall Festival & Powwow
Location: Bending Water Park, 28325 Farm Market Rd, Marion Station, MD 21838
Event Detail: Traditional, non-competitive powwow. Public welcome. Bring a chair or blanket. Admission: Boy & Girl Scouts in uniform, plus children 5 & under are free, adults $4 & seniors $3, donation. Camping for vendors & dancers. Please no alcohol, pets, or drugs. This is a family event.
Contact: Tribal Office, 410-623-2660, Email: email@example.com
October 17-18, 2009: Echota Cherokee Powwow
Location: Oakville Indian Mounds Park, 1219 County Rd 187, Danville, AL 35619
Event Detail: Head Man: Larry Richardson, Head Lady: Shelia Richardson, AD: Tommy Smith, MC: Faron Weeks, Host Drum: White Horse Singers. Gates open @ 9am, Grand Entry @ 10am. Admission: $5. All dancers welcome. Primitive camping, RV hook ups, restrooms, showers, plenty of close parking & several pavillions are also available on site at the event location.
Contact: Wayne Rasco, 205-338-2080, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org