Celebrate the 2nd Annual Powwow in the Park at Edgar Evins State Park on May 20-21, 2017 in Silver Point, Tennessee. Everyone is welcome – public, dancers and drummers! Enjoy two days of drumming and singing exhibition, intertribal dances, demonstrations, storytelling, Native Sisters Foods, artisans and vendors. Presented by Hurricane Marina, Citizens Bank and the Indigenous Intertribal Corporation with Boy Scout Troop 875.
The Powwow in the Park at Edgar Evins State Park is set against the backdrop of beautiful Center Hill Lake, with the powwow grounds on a grassy jetty. Enjoy plenty of intertribal, non-competition dancing. This is a family-friendly event, so bring everyone!
Admission $3 at the gate, kids age 5 and under free.
TTU with I.D. $2, all active military and first responders are free.
Saturday hours will be 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. with Grand Entry at 11 a.m. The Sunday hours will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with Grand Entry at 12 noon.
Vendors and Native American demonstrators are also welcome. For more information contact Niki Beal at (931) 644-0221 or email at [email protected] Vendors may tent camp with their booths in the powwow location. Dancers and drummers will be provided campsites for tent camping with power and water. There will be a cabin provided for changing in and out of regalia. For RVs or additional camping, contact Edgar Evins State Park at 931-858-2114.
Edgar Evins State Park
1630 Edgar Evins Park Rd.
Silver Point, TN 38582
Email: [email protected]
For more information: Contact Niki at 931-644-0221 or Linda at 931-544-4908.
Powwow in the Park at Edgar Evins State Park is hosted by Friends of Edgar Evins State Park. Mark your calendar today so you don’t miss the next Powwow in the Park at Edgar Evins State Park in Silver Point, TN.