Native Crafts, Weaving, Flint Knapping Dancing ,Food and auction.
Drum by: Black Fox Singers
Traders Contact: Blanche Reynolds 319-316-3628 or email@example.com
Directions: Southeast corner of Iowa on Highway 27 just about 10 mile south of Donnellson , Iowa.
The Youngman family traditionally held a birthday dance for Grampa Rod Youngman on either December 31st (his birthday) or on January 1st. This year the honor goes to his granddaughter, Nina Alice Burgess, Comanche Nation Princess 2010. Straight Dance Contest. Womens Cloth Contest. Special Contest: Womens Fancy Shawl vs Mens Fancy Feather, sponsored by Vernon Tsosie, the Head Man Dancer. Come celebrate the new year, and honor Nina Burgess, thank you.
Directions: Exit 49 6 mi N of Lawton, OK, then 1/2 mi W, Right N for 3/4 mi, view Comanche Nation Complex on right. Large bldg, official name is Woogie Watchetaker Hall.
Fee for vendor space use contact info for phone number, limited vendor space, first come, first serve.
Camping: Nice building, newly renovated, enlarged, carpeted, looks good to me, inside restroom facilities, refreshments sold, vendors crafts etc.
Event Begin-End Date: Feb25-Feb25 2010
Camping: This will be a one event to benefit our students in the Madison School District.
Special Honored Guest: CHE CHE WHITECLOUD - One of the greatest impalement artists of all time!
Friday 18th: 3:00pm - 10:pm, Grand Entry 7:00pm
Saturday 19th: 10:00am - 10:00pm, Two Grand Entries, 1:00pm and 7:00pm
Sunday 20th: 10:00am - 6:00pm, Grand Entry 1:00pm
Host Drum: Na-Ma-Wo-Chi
Head Man: Thomas Zermero
Head Lady: Juanita Zermero
Head Vet: Billy Lacy
Master of Ceremonies: Ron Colombe
Arena Director: Billy Kipp
This is a benefit pow wow for the Heritage of Healing Cancer Relief Project. For more information on this organization, please see the website, email us or call. Vending is limited; please email for more info.
Directions: From I-94, take exit 172 (Jackson Rd)to Weber's Inn
Camping: Discounted rooms are available at Weber's Inn. To make a reservation, call the Inn at 800-443-3050 and request the Heritage of Healing Pow Wow room rate.
Directions: Located 17 miles east of Livingston & 16 west of Woodville on US Hwy. 190. 90 miles north of Houston. Take Hwy. 59 north to US Hwy. 190, go east. Turn off at the caution light at the reservation on State Park Road 56.
Camping: Local motels in Livingston & Woodville
For vendor information contact Sylvia Johnson 936-563-2303 or Deloris Johnson 936-327-2080
Camping: Tent camping sites and showers available.
Details: Gourd Dancing at 6:30PM.
Grand Entry at 7:30PM.
Traders contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
All dancers and drums welcome.
Host Northern Drum: Night Eagle
Guest Northern Drum: Mato Luta
Head Man: TBA
Head Lady: Julie Spotted Eagle Horse Martineau
Eyepaha: Bill Brown Jr.
Trader info: Brandy Brinkenshroeder, 319-561-0276
Head Man: Donald Sabori
Head Lady: Sheila McCabe
Host Drums: Leader Singer- James Fanman, Seiling, OK
ALL GOURD DANCERS, DANCERS, & SINGERS WELCOME! COME & ENJOY A NIGHT OF SINGING & DANCING!
Head Gourd: Rick Dumas
Head Boy: Joseph Cooper III
Head Girl: Adrianna Sabori
Color Guard: First Nation Warrior Society
Gourd Dance: 4pm-6:30pm
Grand Entry: 7pm
This 4-day annual event features native educational and cultural displays, a juried artist market, a Saturday evening concert, food, storytelling, music and more.
$18000 in prize money in various dance categories
Join us in a celebration of Native American culture under the beautiful Florida sky!
Head Man: David Smith
Head Lady: Raven
MC: Steve Mansfield
Host Drums: Red Boyz
Other Drums: Family Drum Singers
Arena Director: G.T. Martinez
CONTEST POWWOW! Payout will be determine at the powwow.
Payouts in Men's Traditional, Straight, Fancy, Traditional. Payouts in Woman's Cloth, Leather, Jungle, Fancy Shawl. Catagories maybe combines in there isn't the minimum number of entrants.
Completeing all Jr catagories. Specail contest for tiny tots.
Head Man: Terrell Aunquoe
Head Lady: Michele Reed
MC: Ty Bell
Host Drums: Red Bird Jr. Singers
Other Drums: Medicine Tail
Arena Director: Harley McGahee
Head Man: Julian Phoenix
Head Lady: Ashley Harris
Head Drum: Southern Drum
Head Singer---------- K.C. Bills
Gourd Dancing Starts at 2:00
5:00 Supper Break
6:00 Dancing resumes
MC: Ray Silva
Host Drums: Stoney Creek
Native American Dancing & Singing
Craft Demonstrations, Storytelling, Face Painting, Tipi, Native American Food
$150,000 total prize money awarded
Jr Categories( 6-12 years)
Teen Categories (13- 17 years)
Adult SPLIT Categories (18-34/35-54)
Golden Age Catergories (55+)
Tiny Tots- Paid Daily
Drum contest - Traditional & Contemporary
Miss Manito Ahbee Special
More Specials TBA
Head Male Dance Judge - Kenny Pratt Jr.
Head Female Dance Judge - Irene Oakes
Contemporary Head Singing Judge - Donny Speidel
Straight Head Singing Judge - Sidrick Baker
November 6, 2010 - Noon & 7pm
November 7, 2010 - Noon
FREE REGISTRATION - MTS Centre
November 5, 2010 - Noon - 7pm
November 6, 2010 - 9am - Noon
MC: Vince Beyl and Ruben Littlehead
Host Drums: Mandaree and Cree Confederation
Arena Director: Ron McNab and Rusty Gillette
Grand Entries at 1:00 and 7:00
CONTEST POWWOW with over $25,000 in Cash Prizes!
Tiny Tots (0-5)
Little Girls (6-11)
Little Boys (6-11)
Junior Girls (12-16):
Buckskin/Cloth, Fancy Shawl, Jingle
Junior Boys (12-16):
Traditional, Straight, Fancy, Grass
Adult Ladies (17 & older):
Buckskin, Cloth, Fancy Shawl, Jingle
Adult Men (17 & older):
Traditional, Straight, Fancy, Grass
Senior Age (50-59); Men and Women
Golden Age (60 & up): Men and Women
Head Man: Marty Thurman
Head Lady: Leanndra Threlkeld
MC: Tim Tall Chief
Host Drums: Zotigh Singers; Southern Drum
TBA; Northern Drum
Arena Director: Bill Takes Horse
Asst. Arena Director - Bobby Billey
Head Judge Southern - Ed Ketcher
Head Judge Northern - Zack Morris
Head Gourd Dancer - John Williams
Color Guard - Cherokee Nation
Out going Queen, Woman's All Around Special 15 and up.
1st $500.00 2nd $300.00 3rd $200.00
Head Lady: Diane Walker, Chiloquin
MC: Mike Witney
Host Drums: All drums that show up
Arena Director: Harold Wright
Head Man: Chief Hatcher
Head Lady: Susan Hays-Hatcher
Host Drums: Na-Ma-Wo-Chi
Over $30,000 Total Prize Money
Drum Contest: 1st - $2,000 2nd- $1,500 3rd - $1,000
Golden Age Northern & Southern (55+), Men’s Northern Traditional, Southern Straight, Fancy, Grass & Chicken
Women’s Northern Traditional, Southern Buckskin & Cloth, Fancy, Jingle,
Juniors (7-12), *Teens (13-17), *Northern & Southern combined
Tiny Tots (0-6) Sponsored by 23nd Annual Princess & Family
Men & Women’s Spotlight, Men's & Women's Team Dancing, Owl Dance, Hand Drum Contest Sponsored by “Worm”
MC: Taite Honadick & Bart Powakee
Host Drums: MIDNITE EXPRESS & NORTHERN CREE & COZAD
GOURD DRUM: COZAD
Arena Director: Lakota Clairmont & Darrell Goodwill
Saturday 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Sunday 1:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sound Provided by: David J. Begaye, Ta’neeszahnii Technologies
NATIVE AMERICAN VENDORS ONLY
l FIRE EXTINGUISHERS REQUIRED IN BOOTHS
CASH OR MONEY ORDER ONLY | NO CHECKS | ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS
ALL VENDORS must obtain a BUSINESS LICENSE through the SRPMIC Economic Development Office. Fee Charged.
Contact Juana Fulwilder at 480.362.7649/7600 or Email: email@example.com
FOOD VENDOR INFORMATION (LIMITED SPACES)
Application and payment MUST be received by October 22, 2010. First come, first serve basis. No spaces held. Space is not confirmed until application and payment is received. Do not assume you have a space. Final confirmation will be made via email/phone call from Janet Johnson with confirmation number.
FEE: $200.00 PER DAY OR $350 FOR 2 DAYS
RMEPC is not responsible for setting price of items. Selling price is at the vendor’s discretion.
ALL people working in food booths MUST possess a FOOD HANDLERS CARD (Random checks made by SRPMIC Sanitarians)
ABSOLUTELY NO SODA (POP), GATORADE OR POWERADE SALES (Reserved for Committee)
The RMEP Committee is the official beverage sponsor
Failure to Comply: 1st Offense - $100 Fine – PAYABLE IMMEDIATELY
2nd Offense – Vendor will lose selling privileges for the remainder of the Pow-wow. NO REFUND.
FOOD VENDORS must obtain a FOOD PERMIT through the SRPMIC Environmental Health Program at least 7 business days prior to event. No Fee.
Contact: Mike Campbell at 480.362.7338 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 480.362.7338 end_of_the_skype_highlighting or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ARTS & CRAFTS VENDOR INFORMATION
PRE-REGISTRATION FEES: $150.00 Per Day or $250 for 2 Days – Must be postmarked by October 22, 2010
AFTER 10/23/10, ON-SITE REGISTRATION ONLY $300.00 (1 or 2 Days). Spaces will be assigned by postmark.
PLEASE MAKE MONEY ORDERS (Absolutely NO checks) PAYABLE TO:
Janet L. Johnson, 10320 E. Jackrabbit, Scottsdale, AZ 85256 l Email: email@example.com
YOUR OWN SETUP – NO BOOTHS PROVIDED – NO ELECTRICITY PROVIDED
SPACES ARE 15’X15’. IF YOU’RE SET-UP (TRAILER) IS LARGER THAN 15’X15’, YOU WILL NEED TO PURCHASE TWO SPACES
Head Man: Nicholas Birdshead
Head Lady: Dora Birdshead
MC: Lawrence Baker
Host Drums: White Oak Singers (Northern)and Red Blanket (Southern)
Doors open at 12:30pm
1st Grand Entry at 1:00pm
Veteran's Honor Ceremony at 5:00pm
2nd Grand Entry at 7:00
Closing at 9:30
Vendors please contact Rashelle or Dr. Yu (No Vendor Fee!)
MC: Harold "Doc" Comby
Host Drums: Shoti Ikbi
Other Drums: Medicine Tail
Arena Director: Randy Solomong
Head Man: Rob Campbell
Head Lady: Pam Campbell
MC: Dennis Atkinson
Host Drums: FRIENDLY VOICES
Arena Director: Doug Poe
Host Drums: White Hawk Singers NW
Contest Dancing: Jr Categories, Teen Categories, Adult Categories, Golden Age Categories
Specials: Steve & Georgia Iukes Memorial Drum Contest
Men's Fancy Dance Special
Return Of The Clown Dance, Grasshopper Special, Golden Age Men's Spotlight Special
Head Man: Kevin Connywerdy--Comanche
Head Lady: Lena Nells--Cheyenne/Arapaho
Winners 1st 2nd 3rd---Men's Traditional Dance (16 & Older)--Sponsored By Niles Bosin
Winners 1st 2nd 3rd---Men's Special Chicken Dance (16 & Older)--Sponsored By Karl Beaston & his Four Wives
Winners 1st 2nd 3rd---Junior Girl's Cloth (9-15 years of age)---Sponsored By Lorraine Bosin
Winners 1st 2nd 3rd---Men's Fancy Dance (16 & Older)--Sponsored By Tulsa Powwow Club
Winners 1st 2nd 3rd---Teen Jingle Dress--Sponsored By The Family in Honor of Sadie Grace Red Eagle
Head Man: Aldrick Jackson, Navajo - Winslow, AZ
Head Lady: LaTonya Robinson, Navajo - Montezuma Creek, UT
Arena Director: Lydall Yazzie, Navajo - Mesa, AZ
Golden Age Men Combined
Golden Age Women Combined
Men Categories: Northen Traditional, Southern Traditional, Grass and Fancy
Women Categories: Northen Traditional, Southern Traditional, Jingle and Fancy Shawl
Boys Teen Categories: Northern and Southern Combined, Grass and Fancy
Girls Teen Categories: Northern and Southern Combined, Jingle and Fancy
Boys Junior Categories: Northern and Southern Combined, Grass and Fancy
Girls Junior Categories: Northern and Southern Combined, Jingle and Fancy
Tiny-Tots Combined 3 sessions
Women’s Fancy Shawl
Jr. Boys Traditional (7-15yrs)
Jr. Girls Cloth (7-15yrs)
(All Dancers Must Be in Grand Entry)
Head Man: Chuck Bread*****Tahlequah, OK
Head Lady: Lindsey Ketcher-Williams - Oklahoma City, OK
MC: Stanley John - Tahlequah, OK
Host Drums: Hyde Toppah (Head Singer)- Albuquerque, NM
Head Gourd: Vick Vaughn - Missouri
Color Guard: Cherokee Color Guard
2010-2011 Cherokee Gourd Society Princess: Nicollette Stroud
Raffles, 50/50, Cake Walk and Special Guest Santa Claus
****All Drums, Singers, Royalties and Public Invited****
Not responsible for any accidents, injuries, theft, babysitting or divorces
No Drugs, Alcohol or Firearms allowed in Premises will be enforced