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Powwow Trails 2014



September 19-20 The Tule River Band of Yokuts presents 2014 Tule River Powwow Honoring all Basket Weavers at McCarthy Ranch 32657 Rd. Porterville, Calif.  Host drums are Mighty Arrows and Southern Style with invited drums Blood River and Big Medicine.  Hand drum contest 1st $500, Drum contests 1st $3000, and Chicken Dance contest $1000 winner take all.  For more info (559)782-1619 or (559) 719-8054 or email sandratowns@msn.com.  Camping available and public welcome.

September 19-20 22nd Annual Salmon Homecoming Celebration Arts & Crafts, Cultural Performances, Powwow, Salmon Bake at Waterfront Park, Seattle, Wash Friday 5 p.m.-10 p.m. and Sat. 10 a.m.- 10 p.m.  For more info go to salmonhomecoming.org.  Free admission and open to public.

September 20-21 84th Annual Pinenut Festival “Celebrating Our Warriors Past & Present” Contest Powwow at Walker River Paiute Reservation at Shurz, Nev. 89427.  Grand entries Sat 12 & 6 p.m. an Sun 12 p.m.  Host drum is Echo Sky and MC Elliot Aguilar Hand drum contest and many specials.  For info (775) 773-2306.

September 20-21 22nd Annual Confederated Tribes of the Lower Rogue Gathering of the People in Big Bend in Agness, Oreg.  Grand entries Sat. 1 & 7 p.m. and Sun. at 1 p.m.  Free and open to public.  For more info visit lowerrogue.org or Facebook “ctotlr.”

September 26-28 Bishop Pabanamanina Powwow at Paiute Palace powwow grounds, Bishop, Calif at 2742 North Sierra Hw, Bishop, Calif. Email bishoppowwow@yahoo.com. Parade on Friday at 10 a.m. at the casino pariking lot. Free BBQ on Sat during supper break and camping is available. This event is in conjunction with Bishop Indian hand game tournement at Paiute Palace Casino. Tiny totp princess contest Saturday open to girls 0-6 years.

September 26-28 Morongo Thunder and Lighting Powwow at Morongo Casino Resort & Spa at 49500 Seminole Dr. Cabazon, Calif.  For more information visit www.morongo.com or call 888-morongo.

September 26-28 23rd Annual Comanche Nation Fair  “Numunu Voices in the Wind,”and host drum Pipestone Creek and MCs Nei Lawhead and Eddie Mahseet.  Comanche Nation pageant with many activities for children, teens.  Hand Game, Warrior Spirit run/walk, Horseshoe tournament, Warrior bike ride, art show Bull Buck Out/Bull Riding, Skate Board Competition, Carnival & Powwow.  Camping available and Parade Saturday 10 a.m.

September 26-28 Last Chance Community Powwow “Honor the Children” Celebrating 16 years at Exhibit hall at the Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds.  Grand entry is Friday 7 p.m., Sat. 1 & 7 p.m., Sun 1 p.m.  MC Marcus Red Thunder.  Camping available on site (406) 457-8516.  Free admission and dance specials and contest dancing.  For more info call 406-439-5631, or go to lastchancepoww.com or email lccpw@hotmail.com.


October 10-12 28th Anniversary Sapa Wacipi Na Oskate Black Hills Powwow.  Championship powwow and fine arts expo at Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City, S.D.  Visit blackhillspowwow.com or find Facebook page at “Black Hills Powwow.”

October 17-18 Auburn Big Time powwow at Gold Country Fairgrounds 1273 High St., Auburn, Calif. Host drum Creekside Singers of Pind Ridge, South Dakota and Big Medicine of Bakersville, Calif.  Head dancers are Percy Edwards and RoseAnne Abrahamson with MC Paul Flores.  Visit www.sierranativealliance.org/events or call 530-888-8767 or email Loren Nakai at lorenn@sierranativealliance.org.


November 22-23 46th Annual Southern California Indian Center Powwow at the OC Fair and event center at 88 Fair Drive Costa Mesa, Calif 92626.  Head staff TBA All singers and dancers welcome.  For information call (714) 962-6673.