Pennsylvania Powwows

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June 25 and 26 2016
SunnyBrook NuMu Haakhana Pow Wow
SunnyBrook Park
JerseyTown Rd Danville Pa 17821

July 4-5, 2015
Native American Festival

formerly held at Hobby Horse
This has been held at Hobby Horse ranch the past 13 years
but this year we have moved to a new larger venue with
much better parking and all around access to the grounds.
Leesport Market grounds in Leesport,Pa.
We have a 500+x400" grassy field behind the market with
tons of easy parking. This is still put on by the same folks
who started the event 14 years ago.
Same great vendors plus some new ones this year.
Gates open from 10am-6 pm
Adults$7 Kids $4 under 6 free
312 Gernats Church Rd
Leesport Pa 19533
We have a few spaces open for vendors this year,
please contact me ASAP Jim 610-468-5216 Jim 610-468-5216

July 18-19, 2015
Inter-Tribal Native American Pow-wow

Master of Ceremonies: Barry Lee
Head dancers: LittleWolf & Summerbird
Lead Drum: Medicine Horse
Entertainment: Spirit Wing
Sound: Ken Quiet Wolf
Gates Open at 10am Saturday & Sunday
Grand Entry at 12 Noon Saturday & Sunday
Traditional Drumming, Dancing, Singing,
Tomahawk Throwing, Traders & Craftsmen,
Jewelry, Art, Knives, Furs & Blankets
Free Parking, Bring your lawn chair.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Trail Council
Admission Fees:
$6.00 (Children under 12 are free)
Campsites are available
Directions:
I80 From the West: Take Exit 256-Rt 93 South.
Go 1/4 mile to Saint Johns Road, turn left.
Go 5 miles to Police Grove Road, turn left.
Go 1/4 mile to Rotawins Road, turn right.
Follow to end of Road.
I80 From the East: Take Exit 262-Rt 309 South
Go 1/2 mile to 2nd light turn right onto Saitn Jogns Road.
Go 2 miles to stop sign, go straight.
Go 1/2 mile to Police Grove Road, turn right.
Go 1/4 mile to Rotawanis Road, turn right.
Follow to end of road.
For more info call: Lynn LittleWolf 570-427-8723,
Corronna 570-443-8267, or Jeff Yellow Fox 570-764-7344

August 29 and 30, 2015
Adamstown Intertribal Powwow
Native American culture, dancing, drumming, music, food and vendors.
Drums: Eagle Thunder, Oneheart, Pretty Elk Singers,
Otter Creek (others welcome call Mark).
Head Dancers: John Ironhorse, Natilie Wisteria Bowersox.
Head Veteran: Walter Quietfeather.
Firekeeper: Dennis Exley.
MC: Mark Onehawk
Camping for Dancers, singers, vendors, volunteers.
POTLUCK FEAST SAT. NIGHT, PLEASE BRING A FAVORITE FOOD TO SHARE
www.facebook.com/ adamstown powwow 

August 22 & 23, 2015
35th Annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival
The Museum of Indian Culture in Allentown, PA,
invites the public to its 35th Annual
Roasting Ears of Corn Festival,
Pennsylvania’s oldest Native American Indian Festival,
on Saturday & Sunday August 22nd and 23rd, 2015.
Gates open 10:00 am until 6:00 pm rain or shine.
Grand Entrance is at 12:00 noon.
Admission: $8 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. 

September 12 & 13, 2015
All Nations Benefit Pow Wow

Sponsored By The Belize Fund &
The Portal Institute, Inc.
163 Melrose Road
Susquehanna, PA 18847
570.727.3614
www.portal-found.com
This Pow Wow will serve to benefit the people of the Oneida Nation.
10am - 6pm Grand Entry 12 noon Both Days
Admission:
$7 12 & older
$5 Senior Citizens&Veterans
Free: Children under 12, Active Military, Dancers in Regalia
Please bring a Donation of Non-Perishable food for the Oneida Nation Food Bank.
Emcee: Gil Cryinghawk
Lead Dancers: Matt Whiteeagle & Chris Mourning Dove
Host Drum: Red Storm Drum & Dance Troupe
Guest Drums: Nimham Mountain Singers & Pretty Elk Singers
Special Guests: Joseph FireCrow Award Winning Musician & Storyteller
Salinas Family Aztec Traditional Dancers
Jerry Gray Hawk Rivera
Native Storyteller
Vicky Schenandoah - Native Storyteller
Rain or Shine Event
Bring Your Lawn Chairs
Free Parking!
No Pets, No Alcohol and No Drugs Allowed
Vendor Applications Available
For More Information Contact Marlene Iris
Email: portal@portal-found.com 
570.727.3614
www.portal-found.com

October 10-11, 2015
Gray Bear Native American Festival

Sponsored by the Quentin Riding CLub
at the corner of 72S and 419
this event was called Swift Horse Woman Native American Festival
and held in Mount Aetna in the past.
Admission: $3.00 for adults:
children under 12 and pets free.
Free parking.
This is a pet friendly event
Gates open 10:00 a.m. both days.
Grand Entry is 12:00 noon both days
RAIN OR SHINE
Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy:
Storytelling, Traditional Native American Foods,
Native Craft Demonstrations and the Best Native American
Drumming in the area.
Camping for Dancers, Drums and Vendors
Facilities available for the public.
This is a family event:
absolutely no Drugs, Firearms, Alcohol or Politics.
Vendors by invitation only.

October 17, 2015
Lanchester Harvest Festival and Pow Wow

To benefit the Vietnam Veterans of America
Vendors wanted Salisbury Township Park
777 White Horse Road
Gap, PA 17527
$5 Admission;
veterans and children under 12 free
Gates open at 11 AM
Grand Entry at Noon
Gate closes at 6 PM
Head Male Dancer: Victor Dancing Crow
Head Lady Dancer: Maureen Renee Zieber
Head Veteran: Steven Winston
Host Drum: Midnight Elk Singers
Guest Drum: Black Horse Butte
MC: Barry Lee
Arena Director: TBA
Special performance by Spirit Wing duo
Knife and Ax throwing
Raffles
Donations can be made at www.gofundme.com/v6p8ze3w 
or mail to 155 Mink Hollow Rd East Fallowfield, PA 19320
powwowfestival@yahoo.com

November 7-8, 2015
16th Annual Clearfield Veterans Pow-wow
Clearfield County Fair Grounds: Expo 2 Building, Clearfield, PA 16830.
Northern Traditions
MacKenzie River Singers: Host Drum
Morning Star Singers & Red Bird Singers Invited Drums.
All other drums welcome, please call first.
Men & Women's Boot & Hat Special Contest on Sat. evening.
Giant Craft Contest on Sunday morning
724-693-0549

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