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2018 Wichita Kansas Intertribal Warrior Society Veterans Powwow

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Join us for the Wichita Kansas Intertribal Warrior Society Veterans Powwow on September 8-9, 2018 at the at the Mid America All Indian Center in Wichita, Kansas. The Wichita Kansas Intertribal Warrior Society Veterans Powwow is an annual event that features plenty of gourd dancing and intertribal powwow dancing during the two-days event. Native American vendors will be on site.

Wichita Kansas Intertribal Warrior Society Veterans Powwow

Admission: Free

Powwow Head Staff
Head Singer Southern Drum: Jason Buffalohead, Ponca (Night Hawks)
Head Singer Northern Drum: Kineu Rutledge, White Earth Ojibwe/Meskwaki/Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota (Thunderhead Singers)
Head Man Dancer: Beau Waterman, Yankton Sioux/Potawatomi/Seneca
Head Lady Dancer: Sherry Lasiter, Whichita/Caddo
Head Gourd Dancer: Henry Harjo, Muscogee Creek/Choctaw
Master of Ceremonies: Buck Locust, Cherokee/Creek
Arena Director: Chris Nolan, Cherokee & Willian Lasiter, Wichita/Caddo
Color Guard: Wichita Kansas Inter-Tribal Warrior Society
2017-2019 Princess: Simone Toppah, Kiowa

Powwow Schedule (Tentative)
Saturday
9:30 a.m. Flag Raising
1:00 p.m. Gourd Dancing
4:30 p.m. Dinner Break
6:00 p.m. Grand Entry followed by Intertribal Dancing
10:00 p.m. Closing

Specials & Give-aways: In consideration for those who dress for Grand Entry and the Inter-Tribal dancing portion of our dance, the Host organization requests that all Specials and Give-a-ways be done on Saturday before Dinner Break or on Sunday before 5:00 p.m. Schedule with the Master of Ceremonies.

Sunday
1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m Gourd Dancing

Wichita Kansas Intertribal Warrior Society Veterans Powwow

For More Information:
Mid-America All-Indian Center: Call 316-350-3340; Email ascott@wichita.gov
Vendor Info: Michael Bulger: Call 316-295-3089; Email: m_bulger@att.net

Location
The Mid America All Indian Center
650 N Seneca
Wichita, KS 67203

About The Mid-America All-Indian Center
The Mid-America All-Indian Center (MAAIC), venue of the annual Wichita Kansas Intertribal Warrior Society Veterans Powwow, is a unique cultural facility located on the shores of the Arkansas River in downtown Wichita, Kansas. Visitors from around the globe pass through our doors to learn about the American Indians. Established in 1969, the goal of the MAAIC is to educate the community about the tradition and heritage of American Indian people while recognizing the important role they play in today’s society.​ The MAAIC is home to a museum that features pieces from a collection with more than 3,000 artifacts. This allows for exhibits to be changed throughout the year so that a variety of stories can be told about American Indian culture and heritage. The Center also has an exceptional educational program that caters to young students through field trips to the Center, and to everyone in the community via our outreach program.

Wichita Kansas Intertribal Warrior Society Veterans Powwow

Mark your calendar today so you don’t miss the next Wichita Kansas Intertribal Warrior Society Veterans Powwow at the Mid America All Indian Center in Wichita, Kansas.

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