2019 Red Eagle Village Pow Wow
Join us for the 28th Annual Red Eagle Village Pow Wow on September 14-15, 2019 at Heritage Park in McDonald, Pennslyvania. The Red Eagle Village Pow Wow featuring Native American drummers and dancers, will be held from noon to 6 p.m. both days at Heritage Park located on Lincoln Avenue. This is a free, family-friendly event, with free parking also. Seating is limited, so bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on.
The annual Red Eagle Village Pow Wow is hosted by the local Red Eagle Village Native American group, a nonprofit multi-tribal group, dedicated to the preservation of Native American songs, stories and traditions. The annual event is held to bring Native Americans from all parts of the country together to join in dancing, singing and renewing of old friendships in an effort to preserve their heritage. It is a non-ceremonial gathering.
Red Eagle Village Pow Wow Features & Activities
Native American Crafts
Free Parking & Free Admission
Grand Entry & Intertribal Dancing Noon Daily
Live Auctions at 2:00 p.m. Daily
Candy Dance for the kids Daily
Native American Dancing and Drums
Hand Made Native American Craft Vendors
Buffalo Burgers Food Vendors
151 School Street
McDonald, PA 15057
For More Information:
Call (412) 728-6626 or (724) 323-2044 or visit our Facebook Page.
The Red Eagle Village Pow Wow includes a grand entry by the dancers at noon daily, and a live auction of items donated by Native American artisans and crafters at 2 p.m. There will be a candy dance for children.
It also includes Native American vendors, handmade native items, crafts and food. The powwow hosts vendors offering a variety of artwork and powwow-related merchandise, such as jewelry and regalia.
During the event, a storyteller will share traditional American Indian stories and myths and talk about various aspects of American Indian history and spirituality, including some of the symbolism used in the dance circle and the dancing and drumming.
One of the group’s missions is to educate people about the Native American culture. Those attending the powwow should feel comfortable approaching dancers and other American Indians and asking about their culture, dance regalia and artwork, because the purpose of the powwow is to share information about American Indian culture. However, those attending the powwow are asked not to photograph the dancers or anyone in regalia unless they ask permission first.
Mark your calendar today so you don’t miss the next Red Eagle Village Pow Wow in September at Heritage Park in McDonald, Pennsylvania.
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