Labor Day Pow Wow Weekend Planner

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It’s almost Labor Day, folks. And that means a three-day weekend is upon us!

Perhaps, you’ll spend your extra day off relaxing at home, headed out for a bit of shopping, at a BBQ or even at a pow wow.

In fact, this weekend, ICTMN is highlighting four pow wows with a Labor Day theme, along with six more that fall on the holiday weekend.

Each event is special, but if you aren’t in the region to enjoy one of the events listed below, please review our pow wow listing for more upcoming pow wows.

74th Annual Labor Day Pow Wow Black Hawk State Historic Site

When & Where: August 30-September 1; Rock Island, Illinois

For more information, go to: QCOnline.com

Courtesy Northern Cheyenne Tribe

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Annual Labor Day Wacipi

When & Where: August 29-September 1; South Dakota (TBD)

For more information, call: Bob Walkers (605) 964-6885

Ashland Labor Day Pow Wow

When & Where: August 29-September 2; Ashland, Montana

For more information, go to: CheyenneNation.com

Choctaw Nation Annual Labor Day Festival and Pow Wow

When & Where: August 28-31;Tuskahoma, Oklahoma

For more information, go to: ChoctawNation.com

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Two Moons 16th Annual Memorial Powwow

When & Where: August 29-September 1; Schuylkill Haven, Philadelphia

For more information, call: Amy Salas (484) 866-1242

68th Annual Shinnecock Powwow

When & Where: August 29-September 1; Shinnecock Indian Nation

For more information, click here.

North Country Inter-Tribal Pow-wow

When & Where: August 30-September 1; Newport, Maine

For more information, call: Ellie Luce (207)368-4959; Ed Littlefield (207)368-4944

7th Annual Harvest Moon Powwow

When & Where: August 31-September 2; Gallipolis City Park, Ohio

For more information, call: Rona Stevens (740) 379-2873

Courtesy Barona-nsn.gov

44th Annual Barona Pow Wow

When & Where: August 29- 31; Lakeside, California

For more information, go to: Barona-NSN.gov

24th Annual Shawnee County Allied Tribes Traditional Pow Wow

When & Where: August 29- 31; Topeka, Kansas

For more information, go to: ShawneeCountyAlliedTribes.org