Pennsylvania Powwows

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May 10 and 11, 2014
Noxens 9th Annual Mothers Day Pow Wow
Gates Open 10 am
Grand Entry at Noon
Circle open: Saturday 12-6 and Sunday 12-5pm
MC: Richard “Grey Owl” Greene
Dennis Wagners Honor Guard, honoring ALL vets
Head Male: Bob “Turkey Dancer” Brown
Head Female: Kandra “Wind Dancer” Brown
Drums: Otter Creek Singers, Eagle Thunder and One Heart
Drum Sloppy Joe “Wimpie”contest Friday evening,
free to enter, CASH prize to the winner.
Meals provided for dancers and vendors
Saturday Evening Meal – Potluck – Bring Dish to pass
Wash stations will be available
Camping is allowed but electric is limited and at the price of $7.00 per day.
No camping spaces will be reserved, first come first serve basis so come early.
Dogs must be on leashes – Please pick up messes!
No alcohol – No drugs – No guns
No Politics of Any Kind.
Committee has the right to remove anyone.

May 16*, 17 and 18, 2014
Seventh Annual Ontelaunee Park Intertribal Powwow

7344 Kings Highway, New Tripoli Pa. 18066.
*Friday will be a free education day (no dancing), e-mail for info.
Native American dancing, drumming, food, arts, music, culture and community.
Open to the public (bring your own seating).
MC; Chuck Gentlemoon Demund
Host Drum; Eagle Thunder,
also; One Heart, Itchy Dog, Homeboyz, All drums welcome!
Please call Mark Fire Keeper; Dennis Firewalker.
Head Veteran; Bill Harrison.
Head dancers; Diane Hummingbird Woman Larkin, Elk Spirit Bass
Musical Performances by; Spirit Wing
Gates open 10 am with Grand entry at noon both days.
Admission $7, seniors and veterans $5, 12 and under free.
Call for group rates.
Proceeds to benefit; The Pink Shawl Project,
New Tripoli Volunteer Fire Co. and Ontelaunee Park.
Camping for dancers, drummers, vendors, and volunteers only.
There will be a “potluck” togetherness feast for dancers,
drums, vendors and volunteers on Sat. night.
Please bring a favorite food to share.
Address: Ontelaunee Park, 7344 Kings Highway, New Tripoli Pa, 18066.
Information; Mark One Hawk 484-941-1317, ,
Facebook: Ontelaunee Powwow
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May 24th-26th, 2014
Benton Memorial Powwow

In Memory of Doug Laughing Bear & Lucas Miller
Camp Lavigne, Benton, PA
GPS - 35 Camp Lavigne Rd, Benton, PA 17814
Hosted by the Red Arrow Singers &
the Families of Doug Laughing Bear & Lucas
Honoring all our relations, Past & Present,
all Veterans from every branch, Current Servicemen/Servicewomen
& POW/MIA’s (You are not forgotten)
Only $5 a person, parking is free!
Gates open at 10:00am
with Grand Entry at Noon all three days.
Stay for the informal evening Grand Entry at 7:00pm
Saturday & Sunday and dance with us!
Camping for Dancers, Drummers, Singers, Vendors & Volunteers Only
ABSOLUTELY NO Alcohol, Drugs and/or Drug Para.
(To include synthetic drugs) and as always……NO POLITICS!
Special Features:
A Special Memorial Day Ceremony
Children’s hands on Educational area
Flute performances by local Artists
Iroquois Social Dances
Storytelling & So much more!

May 24-25, 2014
2nd Annual WPNAA Native American Gathering

We have been around for 20 yrs and we are having
our 2nd annual gathering at Syria Shrine in Cheswick Pa.
Come out and help us raise money for the
Shriners Hospital for the kids.
Address is 1877 Shriners Way, Cheswick, PA 15024
(724) 274-7000
We will be drumming ,dancing, singing.
We are having a dance and drum compition
this weekend only for trophies
all dancers and drummers please call for details.
Registration is $10 for dancers.
Camping is available on site
all camping and vendors areas will have security.
Crafts, Food and more will be there for all to see
Gate opens at 10am
come see the vendors before Grand Entry at 12 noon.
Open to the public, everyone is invited to come
dance and drum and sing with us.
Come and learn the ways of our culture.
We are Inter Tribal Village.
We will be in Regalia and we will have a great time.
call for info asap 724-736-2490
or get your application on 
print it out and send it in to the address shown on app.
We do have several dates of gatherings and events
check out our website under Gatherings and Events
Any questions call Sister Two Feathers for more info
Sister Two Feathers(Chris Brewer)

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.
$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
or visit us online at

September 13 & 14, 2014
1st Annual All Nations Benefit Pow Wow

An American Indian Gathering
At the foot of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains
in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania,
there will be an incredible two-day event with good music,
good food and good company.
The 1st Annual All Nations Benefit Pow Wow
will bring together American Indian artists,
vendors, drummers and dancers from all over to
celebrate their culture with the entire community.
It also allows visitors from the surrounding area
to participate in this exciting cultural experience.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Grand Entry: 12 Noon both days
Emcee: Quentin ‘Bear’ Fuller
Arena Director: Bobby Hurt
Lead Male: Patrick ‘Littlewolf’ Brooks
Lead Female: Sparrow Plainbull
Jr. Lead Male: Samiakin ‘Redbear’ Allen
Jr. Lead Female: Rachel Tupponce
Host Drum: Red Blanket Singers
Guest Drums: Thundervoice, WarPaint & Wild Band
Special Performances by:
Spirit Winds
Eagle Pines Falconry
The Sinquah Family Dancers
$ 8.00 Age 12 to Adult
$ 4.00 Under 12 & Seniors (65+)
Free admission Ages 3 & Under
Free admission for Active Military & Veterans
Free Parking
Admission includes entry to the museum and art gallery
This is a Rain or Shine Event!
Everyone is Welcome!
Native-made Arts, Crafts, & Food, Music, Storytelling,
Intertribal & Exhibition Dancing,
….and much more!
Day Money for the first 25 dancers who register!
Host Hotel: TBA
This is a drug and alcohol-free event.
Bring your lawn chairs and blankets.
Pow Wow etiquette will be observed.
Proceeds from the pow wow will go to support The Belize Fund,
an organization that was originally created to
help provide education and health services
to the children of Belize.
The Belize Fund is now working
to extend its support to the American Indian community.
For more information contact Emelie Jeffries
or call The Belize Fund at 570-727-3614
We hope you'll join us!!!

Oct 11-12 2014
Oct Gathering is a Cedar Creek Park in Belle Vernon Pa

off of rt 51 and I70
follow signs it is at the end of the park in same place every year.
At the stop sign after going the whole way to the end of the park
make a right you will see our village setup there.
This Gathering will be our 20th gathering at Cedar Creek Park.
Everyone is welcome to come and join us for a weekend
of Native American dance singing and drumming.
Dancers and drummers and flute players
and story tellers and more are welcome to attend
call for info Chris Brewer Sister Two Feathers 724-736-2490
again the apps for this event is on our website at 
print and send in to the address shown.
all is welcome to come and teach their ways to the public.