Pennsylvania Powwows

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August 16 & 17, 2014
34th Annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival
The Museum of Indian Culture
(2825 Fish Hatchery Road, Allentown, PA 18103)
Its 34th Annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival
Pennsylvania’s oldest Native American Indian Festival
Gates open 10:00 am until 6:00 pm rain or shine.
Grand Entrance is at 12:00 noon.
Admission:
$7 adults,
$5 children 8-17 and seniors over 62,
FREE for children under 8.
For more information, please contact Pat Rivera
at 610-797-2121, email info@museumofindianculture.org
or visit us online at museumofindianculture.org
http://www.museumofindianculture.org

September 13 & 14, 2014
All Nations Benefit Pow Wow

This two day event will bring together
American Indian artists,
vendors, drummers and dancers from all over
to celebrate their culture with the entire community.
Hours:
Saturday 10am to 6pm
Sunday 10am to 6pm
Grand Entry: 12 Noon Both Days
Emcee: From The Lakota Nation Warren "Gus" Yellow Hair
Lead Male: Matt White Eagle
Lead Female: Chris Mourning Dove
Host Drum: Red Storm Drum & Dance Troupe
Guest Drums:
The Nimham Mountain Singers
Thunder Horse
(Lakota Drum Group)
Admission:
$6.00 Age 12 to Adult
$3.50 Under 12 & Seniors(65+)
Free to Children under 3, Active Military & Veterans
*Please consider bringing canned food
that will be donated to local food banks!
Free Parking
Admission Includes Entry to the Museum and Art Gallery
Rain or Shine Event
Native made Arts, Crafts, & Food, Music, Storytelling,
Intertribal & Exhibition Dancing, . . . and much more!
Day Money for the first 25 dancers who register!
No Pets, No Alcohol, & No Drugs Allowed
Bring your lawn chairs and blankets.
Proceeds from the Pow Wow will benefit the Oglala Lakota Nation.
For more information or vendor inquiries contact Marlene Iris
at portal@portal-found.com 
or call 570-727-3614.
Visit our website: www.portal-found.com
A Cultural Experience That You Don't Want To Miss!!!
portal@portal-found.com 
570-727-3614 
www.portal-found.com

November 8-9, 2014
15 Annual Clearfield Veterans Pow-wow

Clearfield County Fairgrounds:
Expo II Building.
5615 Park Street, Clearfield, PA
Northern Traditions
Saturday Grand entry @ 1p.m. & 6p.m.
Sunday Grand Entry @ 12:30
Host Drum: Morning Star Singers
Invited Drums:
MacKenzie River Singers,
Redbird Singers,
Yaugh-ta-nund Singers:
all other drums welcome (call first)
Giant Craft Contest: Sunday @ 10:00a.m.
Special dance contest: Saturday evening:
Ladies Iroquois Smoke Dance
Free admission: open to the public
Traders row: all spaces are indoor !
Paul Snyder: 814-594-2647

November 15th 2014
1st Annual Lancaster County Winter Benefit Powwow

Central Pennsylvania Food Bank Benefit Powwow.
Saturday November 15th 2014
Event starts at: 11am till 6pm
Location: San Juan Bautista Youth & Cultural center.
441 South Lime St.
Lancaster, PA 17602
Admission: Food donations to help the
central Pennsylvania Food Banks
(Every little bit helps & counts)
Doors open at 11am,
Grand entry at 12 noon,
Closing ceremonies at 6pm
MC: Gene Thunderwolf Whisler (Cree/Cherokee)
Opening ceremony: Behike Miguel Sague (Taino)
Guest Speakers: Chief David Hughes (Cherokee)
Maryann Robbins (Onondaga)
& Victoria Valentine (Circle Legacy Center)
Head female Dancer: Maureen Zieber (Oneida/Nanticoke)
Head Male Dancer: Terry Strongheart (Cherokee)
Host Drum: Medicine Horse
Guest Drum: Wolf Circle Singers
Special Guess Performers:
Mexica Aztec Nation "Cenzontle Cuieati" (Aztec)
Flute Performance by: Chris Windeagle Thompson (Lenape)
ALL DRUM DROUPS & DANCERS WELCOMED
Hosted by Ma'Oconuco Taino Indian Nation of Lancaster, PA
In partnership with:
Circle Legacy Center
Eagle Medicine Band of Cherokee Indians
Mexica Aztec Nation
(AIM) American Indian Movement of Lancaster, PA
& The Central Pennsylvania Food Banks
Help the Native American Communities of Pennsylvania,
feed the people of our great state.
Native American vendors & food will be available.
Please support our vendors
Contact: Chief Carlos Whitewolf
Ma'Oconuco Taino Indian Nation
(717) 538-1423