Celebrate our veterans this weekend at a powwow near you!
We've put together a list of a few incredible powwows happening all across the nation this weekend just for you!
Gathering of Eagles, Georgia
When & Where: November 9th – 11th in Folkston, Georgia.
Celebrating its 7th year, the Gathering of Eagles Powwow is going to be chockfull of fun festivities. Gates open 10AM on Friday. Festivities include authentic Native American arts and crafts, Eagleville Wild West Show, storytelling, and more! Your Master of Ceremonies is Ken “Cloudwalker.” For more information about this event, click here.
Contact: Ken Cloudwalker 407.697.5682; firstname.lastname@example.org
23rd Annual Texas Championship Native American Pow Wow, Texas
When & Where: November 10th – 11th at Traders Village in Houston, Texas.
According to their website, “A two-day Native American Pow Wow with colorful tribal dance contests, an arts & crafts show, tipis, visiting with old friends, making new ones, honoring ceremonies, singing and much more will be part of the 23rd Annual Texas Championship Pow Wow.” Admission is free and parking is $3. For more information about this event, click here.
Contact: 281.890.5500; email@example.com
Daleville 6th Annual Powwow, Alabama
When & Where: November 9th – 11th in Daleville, Alabama.
This year’s theme is “Honor our Armed Forces.” Gates open at 10AM each day. Powwow goers will enjoy watching competitive dances and special demonstrations while snaking on delicious traditional Native American foods like Fry Bread. For more information about this event, click here.
Contact: Richard 334.635.8435 firstname.lastname@example.org
Native Rhythms Festival, Florida
When & Where: November 9th – 11th in Wickham Park in Melbourne, Florida.
Gates open at 10AM each day this weekend. A message from the festival’s hosts: “The Indian River Flute Circle and Native Heritage Gathering, Inc. proudly present the fourth annual gathering of the Native Rhythms Festival. This three day festival during Native American Heritage Month honors the culture of the indigenous peoples of the Americas through music, and especially the music of the Native American Flute.” For more information about this event, click here.
Contact: Martha Pessaro 321.452.1671; email@example.com
Be sure to take a look at our full list of powwows happening this weekend and throughout the year on our powwow listings page!