Arizona Pow Wows

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January 9 – 30 2016
14th Season of Native Trails presented by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation

Scottsdale – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
14th Season of Native Trails presented by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation – series of free festivals celebrating Native American culture, highlighting tribes from across Arizona including Fort McDowell Yavapai, Hopi, Dine’ and Apache nations, Native American music and dance, traditional flutes and drums, arts, crafts and jewelry also available, guest performers, free, most Thursdays & Saturdays, noon – 1:30 pm, 480-421-1004 or http://www.experiencescottsdale.com

January 13 – 17, 2016
Annual Pow Wow – Gem & Mineral Show

Quartzsite – Largest operating display of lapidary equipment in the country, 500+ tailgaters & dealers displaying, buying & selling, 7 am – 7 pm.
Phone : 928-927-6325 (Always call and confirm events.)
Admission Fee : Free

January 29 – 31 2016
78th Annual Tohono O’odham Nation Rodeo & Fair

O’odham Wapkial Ha:Tas – Eugene P. Tashquinth Sr. Livestock Complex, longest running Indian rodeo in Arizona, carnival, Waila dances, traditional games, food, arts & crafts booths, exhibits daily, traditional performances, entertainment daily, Pow Wow and parade, $5-8, 520-383-2588 or http://www.tonation-nsn.gov/ or http://www.tonation-nsn.gov/uploads/rodeo/2016%20Annual%20Rodeo%20Events%20Flyer.pdf

January 31 2016
American Indian Arts Exposition

Tucson – Flamingo Hotel
American Indian Arts Exposition – Flamingo Hotel Ballroom, demonstrations and artist change every 3-7 days, dances and food held at poolside, music concert/jam session on Sunday, authentic crafts and art from 80 tribal nations, free, 520-622-4900 or http://www.usaindianinfo.com

February 12 – 13, 2016
22nd Annual-Avi Kwa Ame Pow Wow 2016

Mojave Crossing Event Center: Across the River from Avi Resort & Casino, Fort Mojave, AZ
Phone: 760-629-4591
March 12 – 13, 2016
34th Annual Wa:K Pow Wow

Location: Behind the San Xavier Mission Church, Tucson, AZ
Annual gathering of Tucson’s Tohono O’odham Indian tribe and other tribes, with dancing, drumming, craftworks, and food. Mission San Xavier del Bac. Second weekend in March.
Phone : 520-294-5727 (Always call and confirm events.)
Web Address : www.facebook.com/wakpowwow
April 1 – 2, 2016
UNITY Powwow

Page – Everyone is invited to come celebrate a weekend filled with Native American Powwow Singing and Dancing. The UNITY Powwow will be held at the Navajo Village Heritage Center in beautiful Page, Arizona near Lake Powell National Recreational Area.

Enjoy Native American arts and crafts. Experience the beauty of Native American culture and heritage. Grand Entry takes place at 7 pm Friday and at 1 pm and 7 pm on Saturday (Mountain Standard Time). Specials include teen girl’s jingle, men’s grass, and a couple’s hand drum contest. This is a Contest Powwow in all categories. Bring your own chairs and shade for the event.

Address : Navajo Village Heritage Center, 1253 Coppermine Rd. Page Arizona
Phone : 928-640-3137 (Always call and confirm events.)
Web Address : www.myspace.com/pageazunitypowwow
Admission Fee : Admission is $6, free for children 3 & under

April 8 – 10, 2016
Annual ASU Spring Competition Pow Wow

Tempe – Dancing in 23 categories, Native American arts & crafts, Indian fry bread, intertribal dancing, Fr 5:30 pm, Sa 11:30 am, Su 11:30 am.
Address : ASU Band Practice Field, E. 6th St & S. Rural Rd. Tempe Arizona
Phone : 480-965-5224 (Always call and confirm events.)
Web Address : powwow.asu.edu/
Admission Fee : $3-5

April 26, 2016
Westwood Annual Social Powwow

Mesa – Hosted by the Westwood High School Native American Club. This event is a Native American powwow that includes traditional singing, dances, arts & crafts, and plenty of food, especially frybread. The Native American Club would like to invite you to join us in learning more about the Native American culture that is still alive and well. Everyone is welcome!
Address : Westwood High School, 945 West 8th St Mesa Arizona
Phone : (480) 472-4511 (Always call and confirm events.)
Email Address : [email protected]
Web Address : www.mpsaz.org/westwood/activities
Admission Fee : Free

May 5 – 8, 2016
The Times of the Purification Gathering

Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage in Tumacácori, Arizona will be the honored host of a sacred international event: “The Times of the Purification Gathering.” The intention of the Purification Gathering is to capture the heart of the Native American legacy through the arts, while exploring the indigenous wisdom of the ancestors, as revealed in the prophecies of the numerous tribes of Turtle Island/the United States, and in particular highlighting the esteemed Hopi prophecy of the coming “Fifth World.”
Location: Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage: 2074 Pendleton Dr, Tumacacori, AZ
http://purificationgathering.org

May 6 – 7, 2016
36th Annual Flagstaff High School Pow Wow

400 W Elm Ave, Flagstaff , AZ – 86001
(928) 773-8120
Sponsored by

Sponsor: Flagstaff High School Native American Indian Club

PROGRAM
Friday, May 6
Grand Entry 7 pm
Saturday, May 7
Grand Entry 1 pm & 7 pm
Admission: $7 per Day; Children 5 years and younger FREE

HEAD STAFF
MC Rick Yazzie
Arena Director, LyDall Yazzi
Head Lady Dancer, Candace McCabe
Head Man Dance, Lee Jack Jr.
Host Drum, Selected Per Session

Vendor Information – Limited Arts & Crafts (928) 773-8120

June 28 – 29, 2016
Pow-Wow in the Pines

Snowflake – A signature event at Hon-Dah, our Pow-Wow brings drums and dancers from throughout the United States and Canada. Grand Entry with the regional and Tribal costumes and dance styles is a sight never forgotten.
July 1 – 4, 2016
30th Annual Navajo Nation 4th of July Celebration & PRCA Pro-Rodeo

Window Rock
30th Annual Navajo Nation 4th of July Celebration & PRCA Pro-Rodeo – rodeo, carnival, dance, concerts, arts and crafts sales and a fireworks show, 928-871-6647 or https://www.facebook.com/NavajoNationFair/

July 2 – 3 2016
83rd Annual Hopi Festival of Arts & Culture

Flagstaff – Museum of Northern Arizona
83rd Annual Hopi Festival of Arts & Culture – Museum of Northern Arizona, meet Hopi master & emerging artists, Hopi social dances, taste traditional foods, walk the nature trail with a guide of native plants & their uses, learn about the Hopi values of humility, cooperation, respect, land and earth stewardship, $4-7, 9 am – 5 pm, 928-774-5213 or http://www.musnaz.org

August 11 – 12, 2016
22nd Annual Native American Heritage Days

Grand Canyon North Rim
22nd Annual Native American Heritage Days – North Rim, the cultural diversity of the Colorado Plateau and the Arizona Strip, highlighting Native American tribes with cultural ties to Grand Canyon, demonstrations of Native American arts and crafts such as silversmithing, pottery, basket weaving, painting, carving, flute making and preparation of traditional foods, members and non-tribal members will offer special programs, activities, and demonstrations on a variety of subjects, ranging from ethno-botany to Native American flute playing and dance, 928-638-7739

August 16 – 17, 2016
Annual Hon-Dah Pow Wow in the Pines

Whiteriver – Tribes will get together to compete in fancy dance, grass dance, arts & crafts, food, Apache Sunrise dance included.
Address : Hon-Dah Resort, Casino & Conference Center Whiteriver Arizona
Phone : 520-369-0299 (Always call and confirm events.)
Admission Fee : Admission

August 20-21, 2016 (Third Weekend of August)
Sounds of Thunder Mountain Pow Wow & Celebration
You’re invited to the Sounds of Thunder Mountain Pow Wow & Celebration on Aug 20-21, 2016 (third Aug. weekend) on the Kaibab Paiute Reservation, near Fredonia, AZ. The Kaibab Paiute Tribe invites you to enjoy the annual Thunder Mountain Pow Wow & Celebration beginning Saturday at 6:30 AM with a Fun-Run/Walk (registration at 6am) followed by a Free Fishing Derby, Southern Paiute Hand-Drum Contest, Water Activites, Horshoe tournament, Art Show, and a 3-on-3 Basektball touranament!
The Pow-wow contest will be on Saturday at 1 PM and 7 PM and on Sunday at 11AM. Don’t miss the FREE FEAST on Saturday! Bring your own chairs, canopies, sunblock and water. There will be vendors selling additional drinks and food. Bring CASH to buy food, art and more.
LOCATION
Kaibab Paiute Resrvation is 14 miles west of Fredonia, Arizona.
Turn at Junction of SR 389A and Pipe Springs Road.
Pow Wow Info: call Charley at (435) 689-1763
Vendor Info:, call Celia (928) 643-6740
Camping Info: (928) 643-7245
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/497382770459218

September 23, 24, & 25, 2016
10th Annual Prescott Pow Wow (Intertribal): Elders Embracing the Youth

Location: Watson Lake Park, Prescott, AZ
Contact: General Information
Phone: 928-499-5907
http://www.prescottpowwow.org/

September 30 – October 4, 2016
Navajo Tribal Fair

Window Rock – The annual Navajo Nation Fair boasts the biggest American Indian fair in the United States with twenty events planned to entertain locals and visitors alike for five days. Tradition continues with the Navajo Song and Dance, Contest Pow Wow, Baby Contest, Miss Navajo Pageant, and the Navajo Nation Fair Parade.

September 30 – October 4, 2016
Navajo Tribal Fair

Window Rock – The annual Navajo Nation Fair boasts the biggest American Indian fair in the United States with twenty events planned to entertain locals and visitors alike for five days. Tradition continues with the Navajo Song and Dance, Contest Pow Wow, Baby Contest, Miss Navajo Pageant, and the Navajo Nation Fair Parade.

October 1, 2016
Native American Recognition Days (NARD) Powwow

Phoenix – “Ancestral Treasures: Expressions through art, music and dance” . All singers and drum groups welcome. Hosted by: Central High School Multicultural Committee.

October 21 – 23, 2016
Mesa Pow Wow

Mesa – Free concert Friday night, Saturday & Sunday Inter-tribal Native American gathering featuring dance competitions, and Native American arts and food vendors.
Saturday: Gourd – 11am & 5pm; Grand Entry – Noon & 7pm
Sunday: Gourd – 11am; Grand Entry – 1pm
Address : Pioneer Park, 526 E. Main St. Mesa Arizona
Phone : 602-799-0260 (Always call and confirm events.)
Email Address : [email protected]
Web Address : www.aznard.org/
Admission Fee : Free

November 5, 2016
Annual CRIT Fall Gathering

Parker – Native American cultural event that celebrates the traditional, cultural arts and crafts, language through song and dance groups, focuses on the sharing and education with other Arizona tribes. 1:30 p.m.
Address : Blue Water Resort & Casino Parker Arizona
Phone : 928-669-6757 (Always call and confirm events.)
Web Address : www.critonline.com
Admission Fee : Free

November 18 – 20, 2016
Indian Heritage Month Social Powwow & Craft Market

Tucson – Artisans offering for exhibit and sale unique handmade decorative and collectible items, with performances of traditional and contemporary ceremonial dancing, drumming, and music.
Address : Rillito Racetrack Park Tucson Arizona
Phone : 520-622-4900 (Always call and confirm events.)
Web Address : www.usaindianinfo.org

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