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June 2003

(Please call Event - Information subject to change)

    June 6 -7

    35th Annual Alabama - Coushatta Powwow ~ Info: 1-800-926-9038 or 936-563-1100

    June 6 - 8

    Standing Bear Powwow 2003 ~ Bakersfield College Campus ~ Bakersfield, California ~ Info: 661-589-8414

    June 7

    A Step Back In Time "Mini Powwow" ~ Woodland Plantation ~ Plaquemines, Louisiana ~ Info: 504-391-0173

    June 7 - 8

    5 Nation Powwow & Green Corn Festival ~ Rockmart, Georgia ~ Come join us this weekend for Native arts and crafts, food and demonstrations. Host drum for this event will be Buffalo Heart. ~ Info. 770-402-8288

    American Indian Association 3rd Annual de ha lu yi Powwow ~ Millington, Tennessee ~ All drums and dancers welcomed. This is an outdoor event so bring some chairs and jug spray. ~ Info: 901-876-3900 or email: [email protected]

    2nd Annual Keepers of the Circle ~ 1180 Main Street ~ Rotterdam Juntion, New York ~ Info: [email protected]

    Queen Rippling Water Intertribal Powwow ~ Lebanon Fairgrounds, Mack Road ~ Lebanon, Connecticut ~ Info: 860-892-1039 or [email protected]

    Five Nations Powwwow & Green Corn Festival ~ Info: 770-402-8288 or 770-265-3853

    June 8

    Queen Rippling Waters Intertribal Powwow ~ Lebanon, Connecticut ~ Competition for dancing and drumming, grand entry will begin at noon each day. Traditional music by April's Song and Jimmy Thunderheart. Other activities for this event include storytelling, jewelry, arts and crafts, Native and American food. ~ Admission: $4 Adults ~ Info. 860-892-1039

    35th Annual Red Cloud Indian Art Show ~ Heritage Center ~ Pine Ridge, South Dakota ~ (event through August 17, 03) ~ Come view and possibly purchase work from artists representing over 30 tribes from North America. Open daily, admission is free. For more information, please contact Bro. C.M. Simon, S.J., Director of The Heritage Center, P.O. Box 100, Pine Ridge, SD 57770, 605-867-5491.

    June 10 - 22

    First People's Festival ~Royal BC Museum and Victoria Native Friendship Center ~ Montreal, Quebec, Canada ~ Come join this action packed event starting off with award-winning films gathered from throughout the Americas. Also showing will be both traditional and contemporary Canadian Native musicians. With art exhibitions, lectures, and an arts and crafts fair featuring; birchbark works, fur apparel and animal horn carvings. Not to forget Native dancing and many other special events. Info. 514-278-4040 or visit: www.NativeLynx.qc.ca

    June 12 - 15

    Glass Art Society Conference ~ Seattle Art Museum ~ Seattle, Washington ~ Features glass artists and a lecture by Preston Singletary titled Indianuity and Glass Symbols of Cultural Knowledge and a studio demonstrations and exhibition. ~ Info. 206-382-1305 or visit: www.glassart.org

    June 13 - 14

    37th Annual Rill Rogers Indian Club of Springfield Powwow ~ Ellis O. Jackson Park ~ Marshfield, Missouri ~ -Info: 417-788-2705

    June 13 - 15

    Cherokee Festival & Northern Cherokee Reunion ~ Boone County Fair Grounds ~ Columbia, Missouri ~ Info: Susan Robinson: [email protected]

    2nd Annual Native American Intertribal Powwow ~ Lake's Rocky Top Retreat ~ Crossville, Tennessee ~ Info: Dana & Gloria Sappier: 931-788-3917 or 931-707-7971 or email: [email protected]

    June 19 - 21

    47th Annual TIHA Summer Powwow ~ Robinson Park ~ Llano, Texas ~ Traders: 830-665-3909 ~ Info: 512-243-1931

    Mowa Choctaw Powwow ~ 19 Miles north of Mobile on Hwy 43 ~ Calvert, Alabama ~ Info: 251-829-5500

    June 20 - 22

    6th Annual Noongam Traditional Powwow ~ Dow's Lake ~ Ottawa, Ontario ~ Info: 613-786-1552 or Email: [email protected] or visit: www.noongam.50megs.com

    14th Annual Honor the Firekeepers Traditional Powwow ~ Dunn Field ~ Lake Geneva, Wisconsin ~ Info: 262-248-2784

    1st Annual Sky Ute Casino Powwow ~ Southern Ute Powwow ~ Ignacio, Colorado ~ Info: 970-563-3372 or email: mcotton@ southern.ute.nsn.us

    June 21 - 22

    8th Annual Two Sisters Powwow ~ Route 113, Pawtucket Blvd. ~ Lowell, Massachusetts ~ Info: AnnMarie or Jackie at 978-459-7214 or email: [email protected]

    Gateway to Nations ~ Floyd Bennett Field ~ Brooklyn, New York

    June 21 -23

    6th Annual Fiber Arts Festival ~ Museum of Indian Arts & Culture ~ Santa Fe, New Mexico ~ This event features over 100 Navajo, Hopi, Pueblo, and Hispanic weavers and their work. As well as an exhibition on Tec Nos Pos – style weavings. For more info. 505-476-1250 or visit www.museumofnewmexico.org

    June 27 - 29

    13th Annual California Indian Basketweavers Gathering ~ Klamath, California ~ Come watch experience weavers demonstrate their weaving techniques and sell finished pieces. Also join us for a fashion show displaying traditional Yurok ceremonial clothing. And try some traditional foods and join in a raffle for baskets and other original art works. Admission if free ~ For more info. 530-478-5600 or visit: www.ciba.org

    June 28 - 29

    15th Annual "Keeping the Traditions" Powwow ~ Sponsored by the Miami Valley Council for Native Americans ~ Blue Jacket Outdoor Drama ~ Approx. 5 miles east of Xenia, Ohio ~ Info: 937-275-8599 or email: [email protected]

    10th Annual Mohawk Summer Strawberry Festival ~ Kanatsiohareke, New York ~ 10 a.m. to dusk ~ Come browse through fine Native arts and crafts. Watch or join Native dancers, or sample many types of traditional foods. Or if you have the kids, get in line for horse and boat rides or listen in on lectures and demonstrations. For more info. 518-673-5356