"Healing of All Nations"
To assist us with our education programs
Boy and Girl Scouts in uniform and
children five and under are free
Gate open from 10 AM to 5 PM
Saturday Grand Entry at 12 Noon
Sunday Grand Entry at 1 PM
Bring your lawn chairs or blankets for a delightful experience
NO ALCOHOL - NO DRUGS - NO PETS
See demonstrations of Native American tool making, weaponry and survival skills
Native American dancers and story telling
Great vendors - Native American crafts, materials, books, jewelry, music, food and much more
Famous Accohannock Oyster Sandwiches, Seafood, Indian Tacos, Buffalo Burgers and more
Come join us for the 2012 Auburn Big Time Pow Wow, Saturday October 20th from 9am-9pm at the Gold Country Fairgrounds, 1273 High Street, Auburn. The day will begin with the opening of the Indian Arts and Crafts Market at 9am.
GRAND ENTRY WILL BE AT 12 NOON THIS YEAR!
This is a drug and alcohol free event.
Not Pets Allowed.
Withlacoochee River Park:Opens 9:00 am Saturday. Opening ceremony at 10:00 am. Closes 5:00 pm Sunday. Vendors, crafts, jewelry, Native American style flutes, blankets, Painted Ponies, Native American food, ice cream, kettle corn, beef jerky, Native American leather clothing, etc. Nonstop entertainment all weekend (flute players, story tellers, singers, singing bowls, didge players, etc.). Authentic Creek Indian village in the woods, 1800s settlement, trails thru the woods along the river, Saturday evening "Friendship Fire" (flute playing, druming, singing, story telling, fellowshipping), "American Indian Christian Circle" Sunday at closing. A grassroots gathering in the country. Motels 15 min away in Dade City. A family event, No Drugs or Alcohol allowed! Come join us for a wonderful weekend. I have been told this is one of the friendliest events around. "Public welcome"
MC: Tim Tallchief | Winona Yellowhammer
Arena Director: Marty Pinnecoose
Indian Tacos, Chili, Hominy & Fry Bread
Books & Music - CDs & Cassettes
Native American Arts & Crafts
Fancy, Traditional, Straight Grass Cloth,
Buckskin, Fancy Shawl, Jingle Dress, Senior, Junior
Drum Singing Contest, Competition Dancing
MC: Chris Lombardo
Host Drums: SoUtHeRn HoRsE
Other Drums: The Great Northern
Arena Director: Tucker Brown
Head Man: Carlos Martin
MC: Ken Cloudwalker
Host Drums: Raven Wood & Singers
Luck of the Draw
All Dancers welcome to enter Luck of the Draw with a $5 Registration
Friday 1 Draw
Saturday 4 Draws
Sunday 4 Draws
9 Draws in all
Good luck To You All
Some camping available bring generator
Indoor restrooms & showers
Dancers, craft vendors, food vendors,storytellers, demonstrators welcome call Ridge Runner 336-306-4654
Head Man: Greg LaPointe
MC: Chuck Benson
Arena Director: Donald Sabori
MC: Faron Weeks
Host Drums: WHITE HORSE SINGERS (AL)
Other Drums: Mimi'z Boyz
6th Annual Trail of Tears Memorial Walk - Saturday, October 13th at 10:.00 am
All Drums and Public Welcome
Vendors by invitation only - Contact Paul Slaughter at 931/358-4187 or e-mail pdslaughter60bellsouth.net
This is our 8th year of celebrating the Native American Culture.
There will be drumming, flutes, dancers, and so much more. Come and experience all that the weekend offers. You will also be able to see the 30 wolves on site. The food is great and the experience is one you soon won't forget.
Head Man: Jesse Stambaugh
Head Lady: Shannon Truax
MC: Bill (Walking Buffalo) Truax
Arena Director: Lester "Wolf" Scroggins
MC: Bert Cox
Host Drums: Meme'z Boyz
Grand Entry 12:00. Traditional Drumming, Singing and Dancing.
MC: Gridley Hilbert
Host Drums: Blue Water, The Mankillers
Arena Director: Lewis Lincoln
Lucerne Valley will be hosting its 4th annual Big Time Gathering and Inter-Tribal Pow Wow. Native American Dancers, Drum Groups, Food, Crafts and Music. Free admission to the public. Plenty of parking and easy to find. All Dancers and Drums welcome.
The event starts Saturday Morning at 11am and go until 10pm. Sunday will start at 12 noon and end about 5pm.
24th Annual Powwow!
The West Valley-Mission College Powwow is an annual event where people of all ages and cultures come together for a fun-filled day of singing, drumming, dancing, and broadening their understanding of Native American individuals, tribes, and nations. Join us!
Prices are awarded for the following categories:
Women's -- Fancy
Women's -- Traditional
Women's -- Jingle
Men's -- Fancy
Men's -- Traditional
Men's -- Grass
12-17 girls -- Fancy/Jingle
12-17 girls -- Traditional
12-17 boys -- Fancy/Grass
12-17 boys -- Traditional
6-11 yrs girls -- Fancy/Jingle
6-11 yrs girls -- Traditional
6-11 yrs boys -- Fancy/Grass
6-11 yrs boys -- Traditional
Head Man: Michael Begay
Head Lady: Dayna Johansen
Host Drums: All drums are invited
Grand Entries: 1&5 pm.
Outdoors - Rain or Shine! Bring your lawn chair.
This event is free and open to the public audience who want to experience the richness of traditional and modern Native American culture! The event will include Native American art, dance, song, food, and other activities.
MC; Ray Duncan
Host Drums: Eagle Point Singers
Set along the shores of our Sacred Springs in San Marcos, Texas, this powwow is an inspirational experience. Supported by the Native American communities in Texas, the Sacred Springs Powwow brings a special meaning to indigenous celebrations.
Head Man: Gerry "Smitty" Smith
Head Lady: Bobbie Orr
Head Lady: Mary Not Afraid
Host Northern Drum - Young Bear
Host Southern Drum - Wild Band of Comanches
MC: Terry Fiddler | Edmund Navaquaya
Host Drums: Buck Wild
Other Drums: Cree Confederation, Yellow Hammer
Arena Director: Darrell Goodwill
Prize Money Details
1st - $3,000
2nd - $2,000
3rd - $1,000
4th - $500
Head Man: Jason Thigpen
Head Lady: Cyndi Carter
MC: Ken Dickson
Host Drums: The Comanche Southern Singers
Arena Director: Clint Green
Even larger and better than previous years. On Friday the 5th, area schools will be attending. They have really enjoyed this in the past and with your help we can continue to educate our young people about Native American Culture and Traditions. Thus far there will be 24 Tribes represented,featuring The Aztec Dancers Quetzalcoatl. Also not verified but hopefully The Comanche War Scouts will be attending.We ALWAYS honor our Veterans and this year there will be a Representative from The Veterans Administration equipped with a computer,and to answer any questions Veterans may have.
Head Man: CJ Jones
Head Lady: Debra Jones
MC: Tye Bell
Host Drums: RedBird Jrs Singers
Arena Director: Billy Kipp
MC: Marvin Redeye
Arena Director: Ken Zoll
Doors open at 10:00 am.
Grand entry is at 12:00 pm.
Closing Ceremony is at 5:00 pm
Rain or Shine
Honoring All Native american women veterans of past and present. Family event. No drugs/alcohol.
Host Drums: SouthEastern WaterSpider
Other Drums: Southern Singers
Hello and Greetings.
This is the 10th Annual They Walked Here Before Us: A Woodland Indian Celebration.
Thanks to all for coming to our event in 2011 and the past 9 years. We hope to see you again this year to make our 10th Anniversary a wonderful time!