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ARROWHEAD  OUTREACH
“GREAT SPIRIT HORSE”
ARTS , CRAFTS , DANCE  &  MUSIC
**WANTED DANCERS , DRUMMERS AND PRIMITIVE LIVING DEMONSTRATIONS**
FIRST ANNUAL 25 MILE TRAIL RIDE & SADDLE RAFFLE
MOUNTAIN MAN RENDEZVOUS
AND
NATIVE AMERICAN POWWOW
NOVEMBER  9 -11  2012
FIRST ANNUAL FAMILY ORIENTED TRAIL RIDE ,
CAMP OUT AND FUND RAISING EVENT  
 
Gary Arrechea
PO Box 21  Schulenburg, TX 78956
Phone: (979) 253-8577 CELL
        (979) 562-2449 RANCH
thesundanceranch@yahoo.com
 
  • JJ Kent
     
  • Jeanette Dorel
     
  • Cast Iron Cook-off
     
  • Trophies for : Cook off ,
     
  • Horse & Rider costume contest  
     
          & Most Authentic Camp site
 
  • 25 Mile ride & Saddle Raffle
     
  • Friday Night  "Singalong"
     

Lake Sommerville State Park
         Nails Creek Unit
6280 F.M. 180 , Ledbetter , Tx
          979.289.2392
- 50 Campsites for Camping
- 8 campers or two families
        per campsite
  Horse pens available
** (2 Horses per pen, & pen resv. req. )**

$50.00 per family for weekend     
camping and entertainment  
   
 
      Jeanette Dorel
Country & Gospel Artist
 
CHECK BACK OFTEN AS WE
ARE ADDING NEW
PERFORMERS AND VENDORS
TO OUR EVENT LIST !
 
OUR SPONSORS
 YOUR NAME HERE
VENDORS WANTED !!!
 
     www.jeanettedorel.com
 
              www.jjkent.net
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Northern Traditional - 2011 Hunting Moon Pow Wow

 

please let others know: there is Native Social get togethers every other weekend in western Pa Ambridge, Pa contact or friend this link for info : http://www.facebook.com/Criminalist.PaulJacobH

2735 N W 61st Ave

Jennings FL, 32053

Saturday February 18th

10:00 a.m. until -?-

Call for more information :

386-938-1294

THE SOUTHEASTERN

CHICKAMAUGA --CHEROKEE--NATION

will have a covered dish dinner.

we will also have HOMEMADE INDIAN SQUASH BREAD.

THERE WILL BE A TUTORIAL

ON WHAT IT MEANS

AND THE ADVANTAGES OF BEING

A CATEGORY 4 CHEROKEE .

COME RECIEVE AND ENJOY THE BLESSINGS OF THE

MULLIEN PLANT.

http://loganhills.homestead.com/gathering.html">

Cherokee Intertribal Pow Wow

 

Gaffney Cherokee Museum, Gaffney SC Friday, Saturday, Sunday November 11-13, 2011 Open to the Public
Dancers in Regalia
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Pow Wow Drums Demonstrations
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Ceremonies Children¶s Events
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Tribute to Veterans Crafts
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Food Guest speaker: Chief Silverheels
Son of Jay Silverheels (Tonto)
Host Drums: Silverheels Singers Flute: Roy ³Spotted Eagle´ Glass All Drums Welcome  The Coming Together of Two Worlds
A Traditional Native American Intertribal Cultural Event Admission by Small Donation: Adults $8, Children $5Veterans (Including Law Enforcement & Firefighters) & Seniors 62 & Older are FREE Gates Open: Friday: (Children¶s Day) 10 am -3 pm Kids Free Saturday: 10:00 am - 7pm Grand Entry 11: 30 am Sunday: 11:00 am- 5 pm Grand Entry 1pmConcert Friday Evening 6pmLive in Concert: Roy Spotted Eagle Accompanied by Point Judith Bring a Lawn Chair or Blanket. For More Information Call (864) 466-2324Vendors contact Roy Spotted Eagle at (864) 466-2324 or royspottedeagle@gmail.com
 Honoring Our Veterans Through Celebration

 

 

 
  • we need all the vendors we can get for the up coming pow wow here is the contact info thanks The Sundance Ranch Horse & Cattle Co.
    P.O.Box 21
    Schulenburg,Tx
    78956 U.S.A.
    Ranch(979).562.2449
    Cell.(979).253.8577

DATES ARE Nov. 11th noon (vendor set up )

until Nov. 13th noon
PRIMITIVE CAMPING AVAILABLE , THERE ARE RESTROOMS BUT NO SHOWERS
$25.00 FOR WEEKEND.
WEEKEND PASSES ARE $25.00 OR $10.00 A DAY WITH CHILDREN UNDER 10 FREE
RV'S AND CAMPERS ALLOWED BUT NO HOOKUPS AVAILABLE
WE HOPE TO STRIKE A DEAL WITH LOCAL MOTELS FOR A DISCOUNTED RATE

ARROWHEAD SPANISH MUSTANG AMERICAN INDIAN HORSE OUTREACH

                                               "GREAT SPIRIT HORSE"
                          FAMILY CAMPOUT AND NON CONTEST POWWOW
                        SEEKS DANCERS , DRUMMERS AND VOULENTEERS
     FOR A FUND RAISER BENIFITING NATIVE AMERICAN VETERANS AND ALL YOUTH.
              This fund raiser will be to start an alcohol , drug and suicide prevention
                                                       recovery retreat at
                            THE SUNDANCE RANCH IN SCHULENBURG , TX
                                            A Christ centered recovery program 
               that uses Jesus Christ and the Spanish Mustang American Indian Horse 
                  to CHANGE LIVES FOR THE BETTER AND A NEW WAY OF LIFE ! 
                          50 VENDOR SPACE'S AND WATER & POWER AVAILABLE
                         CONTACT GARY @ THESUNDANCERANCH@YAHOO.COM
                                                             979.253.8577
 
 
The Sundance Ranch Horse & Cattle Co.
P.O.Box 21
Schulenburg,Tx
78956 U.S.A.
Ranch(979).562.2449
Cell.(979).253.8577

 
" in the twinkling of an eye this life will pass...and ONLY whats done for CHRIST will last!" WE PRAY FOR AND SUPPORT OUR TROOPS!MAY GOD BLESS YOU!

Atmore Alabama 2011 pow wow

POARCH BAND OF CREEK

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Atmore Alabama 2010 pow wow

POARCH BAND OF CREEK

 

 
Daleville, Alabama
Hwy 85 and Hwy 134
Daleville, AL

Created By

More Info
Host Drum is Bird Chopper Bird Family Drum
MC is Rick Bird
Head Man Thomas Zermano
Head Lady is Junita Zermano
check out squiddo under richardredhawk also check out www.powwow.com calendar and also the web site www.youlocalpowwow.com or
leave message at 334-365-8435

http://www.johntwohawks.com/HonoringOurNativeWaysEvent.html

28th Annual Cherokee Days of Recognition

8/7/10 - 8/8/10
Red Clay State Historic Park
Contact: Park Office: (423) 478-0339

28th Annual Event to Feature Cherokee Traditions 

Red Clay State Park will host its 28th Annual Cherokee Days of Recognition festival August 7-8, featuring traditional Cherokee dance, food and arts. Activities will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday and run through 6 p.m. Sunday events will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

The festival is open to the public. There is a suggested $5 parking donation per vehicle / motorcycle, with proceeds benefiting the Friends of Red Clay State Park in support of various programming and activities throughout the year.  

“Cherokee Days of Recognition is a long-established, cultural event and a great opportunity to learn about Cherokee history,” said Park Ranger Erin Medley. “We are always so fortunate to host many talented artisans, musicians and performers and encourage everyone to join us in our celebration of a very important part of Tennessee’s history and its future.”  

Featured attractions will include Cherokee traditional and fancy dancers, storytelling, living history, games, demonstrations and more. The Wolftown Cherokee Stickball players will show off their expertise on Saturday. The annual Red Clay Open Blowgun Tournament is scheduled for Sunday, with men’s, women’s and youth divisions. Participants must bring their own river cane blowgun and darts.  

In addition to a talented roster of gifted artists, a variety of special visitors will highlight this year’s event. Eastern Band Cherokee Storyteller Fred Bradley has been a regular fixture at past Cherokee Days celebrations and Red Clay is pleased to welcome him back to share his gifted talents as a storyteller and his captivating tales of ancestral stories and the Cherokee people. Designed for audiences of all ages, these storytelling programs will be held both Saturday and Sunday in the park’s small amphitheater.  

Michael Jacobs, an award winning Cherokee recording artist, will also perform throughout the weekend. The Cherokee Children Gospel Singers of the Cherokee Academy Immersion Program will perform Saturday, with the Reid Family Cherokee Gospel Singers slated to perform on Sunday.  

Cherokee arts and crafts will be demonstrated and sold both days. Cherokee foods also will be available, along with some old favorites. Park visitors should bring a blanket or chairs, along with sunscreen.  Cash is accepted for purchases, with some booths accepting personal checks.  

Red Clay State Historic Park is located in the extreme southwest corner of Bradley County, just above the Tennessee-Georgia state line, and is the site of 11 of the last 12 Cherokee Council meetings before the infamous Trail of Tears. The park encompasses 263 acres of narrow valley and forested ridges and features picnic facilities, a loop trail and amphitheater. The park also contains a natural landmark, the Blue Hole Spring, which arises from beneath a limestone ledge to form a deep pool that flows into Mill Creek. The Cherokee used the Blue Hole Spring as their water supply during council meetings.

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SEPTEMBER

Handmade | Homemade | Homegrown: 7/31/10 - 9/25/10
Qualla Arts Open-Air Indian Art Market: 9/4/10 - 9/4/10
Cherokee Survivors Motorcycle Rally: 9/10/10 - 9/12/10
Southeastern Tribes Cultural Arts Celebration: 9/17/10 - 9/18/10
 

OCTOBER

98th Annual Cherokee Indian Fair: 10/5/10 - 10/9/10
Big Rigs Antique Truck Show: 10/15/10 - 10/16/10
 

NOVEMBER

Thanksgiving Day Feasts: 11/26/09
Cruise the Smokies - Fall Cherokee Rod Run: 11/5/10 - 11/7/10
 

DECEMBER

Area Holiday Festivities: 12/1/09 - 12/31/09
Cherokee Christmas Parade: 12/12/09
New Year’s Eve Fireworks: 12/31/09
 

MARCH

Cherokee KOA Fishing Tournament : 3/27/10
Ramp It Up! Festival: 3/27/10
Second Annual Vietnam Veterans Parade & Ceremony 2010: 3/27/10
 

APRIL

Cherokee Survivors Motorcycle Rally: 4/23/10 - 4/25/10
 

MAY

NAIWA Strawberry Festival: 5/1/10
Week of the Young Child: 5/3/10 - 5/7/10
Cherokee Visitor Appreciation Day: 5/6/10
Cruise the Smokies - Spring Cherokee Rod Run: 5/14/10 - 5/16/10
Cherokee Day of Caring: 5/20/10
 

JUNE

Gourd Festival: 6/3/10 - 6/5/10
Summerfest Carnival: 6/10/10 - 6/13/10
Summerfest Carnival: 6/16/10 - 6/19/10
Cherokee Bluegrass Festival: 6/17/10 - 6/20/10
4th Annual Housing Fair: 6/25/10 - 6/26/10
An Appalachain Evening featuring Balsam Range: 6/26/10
 

JULY

4th Annual Cherokee Art Market: 7/2/10 - 7/4/10
July Powwow: 7/2/10 - 7/4/10
An Appalachain Evening featuring Paul's Creek Band: 7/3/10
July 4th Fireworks: 7/4/10
An Appalachain Evening featuring Lonesome River Band: 7/10/10
Dare Motorcycle Run: 7/10/10
Festival of Native Peoples : 7/16/10 - 7/17/10
An Appalachain Evening featuring Alice Gerrard with The Kari Sickenberger Band: 7/17/10
An Appalachain Evening featuring Dismembered Tennesseans: 7/24/10
An Appalachain Evening featuring Dehlia Low: 7/31/10
Handmade | Homemade | Homegrown: 7/31/10 - 9/25/10
 

AUGUST

Handmade | Homemade | Homegrown: 7/31/10 - 9/25/10
Wounded Knee Memorial Motorcyle Run : 8/6/10 - 8/7/10
9th Annual Talking Trees Children's Trout Derby: 8/7/10
An Appalachain Evening featuring The Kruger Brothers: 8/7/10
28th Annual Cherokee Days of Recognition: 8/7/10 - 8/8/10
Volkswagen Car Show: 8/13/10 - 8/15/10
An Appalachain Evening featuring New North Carolina Ramblers: 8/14/10
An Appalachain Evening featuring The Jeff Little Trio: 8/21/10
58th Cherokee National Holiday Co-ed Softball Tournament: 8/27/10 - 8/29/10
An Appalachain Evening featuring Farewell Drifters: 8/28/10
 

   

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