2019 Noccalula Falls Pow Wow
Join us for the 6th Annual Noccalula Falls Pow Wow on October 19-20, 2019 at Noccalula Falls Park in Gadsden, Alabama. Turtle Island Native American Association presents a Native American Powwow / Indian Festival. Special appearance by Aztec Dancers in their beautiful regalia, Charile Mato-Toyela (premier flute player and maker), and John T. Wayne, Grandson of the ‘Duke’, author and Civil War Buff, Arts and Craft Vendors, Drumming, and Dancing. Seating provided but bringing your own shade is recommended. The Noccalula Falls Pow Wow is a family friendly event, so bring everyone and come enjoy the songs of our ancestors.
Adults $5.00, 6-14 and over 65 $3.00, Family $10.00, Military in uniform are admitted free.
Daily Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The admission fee will benefit the Turtle Island Native American Association, a non-profit organization that funds multiple Pow Wows across Alabama and Tennessee.
* Miss Indian Alabama: Emily FayardAztec Dancers
* Charile Mato-Toyela – Flute Player & Mmaker
* John T. Wayne – Grandson of the ‘Duke’, author and Civil War Buff
* Cabot Barden: Author, Songwriter & Musician
* John Loneeagle & Band: Contemporary Native Amerian Music
Powwow Head Staff
Master of Ceremonies: Richard ‘Sky Bear’ Smith
Arena Director: Bob Upton
Host Drum: Thunderheart Singers
Headman: Johnny Rains
Headlady: Cricket Waddell
All Drums Welcome – Seating Provided
Noccalula Falls Pow Wow Mini Gallery
Noccalula Falls Park
1500 Noccalula Road
Gadsden, AL 35904
For more information, call 256-293-6464.
Vendors come to sell their handmade jewelry, dream catchers, pottery, wall hangings and other Native American souvenirs. Specialty crafts and supplies will be sold and demonstrated.
Flint knapping demonstrations and products will also be available. Joe Collins, a local flint knapper, has been practicing the art of making stone art and tools for 13 years. He is a member of the Cherokee tribe.
Fry Bread and other traditional cuisine will be available by Carol Cash-Ford Dockery-Moon’s BBQ (Fry-Bread, Indian Tacos, soft drinks, shaved ice, BBQ, HB, Hotdogs and other items). Native American craft vendors with their handmade items.
No drugs, alcohol politics or open carry allowed on pow wow grounds.
Mark your calendar today so you don’t miss the next Noccalula Falls Pow Wow at Noccalula Falls Park in Gadsden, Alabama.
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