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August 11 - 13 Annual Celebration of the Genaabaajiing Traditional Powwow "Celebrating Resilience” Location: Serpent River First Nation (Cutler, ON) Directions: Half way between Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie on Hwy 17. Grand Entry: Friday 7pm; Saturday 12pm & 7pm; Sunday 12pm Host Drum: Battle Nation, Thunder Bay, ON Co-Host Drum: Genaabaajing Jrs, Genaabaajing Head Dancers: Mariette and Greg Sutherland Head Elder: Michael Bisson Head Veteran: Philip Moore, Canadian Armed Forces MC: Roger Daybutch Drum Special, Men’s Woodland Special, Hand Drum Contest, Jigging Contest Feast Saturday at 5:00 and Breakfast Sunday 9 am - please bring your feast bag. No drugs or alcohol at any time. Please no Pets. Vendors can call or email: Steven (705) 844-2418.Find out more »
August 11 – 13 Grand Portage Rendezvous Days Celebration Pow Wow Location: Grand Portage Monument Heritage Center 170 Mile Creek Rd. Pow Wow Grounds are adjacent to the National Monument, Store Rd & Eliza Rd, Grand Portage, Minn., USA Admission: FREE Warmups: Friday 7pm Grand Entry: 1pm both days Vendors offer a wide selection of Arts, Crafts and Native American Food Declaration: This is Family Event, please no drugs or alcohol allowed on the Pow wow Grounds Contact: Dana Logan, 218-475-2800 or firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
August 12 - 13 Michipicoten First Nation Annual Pow wow MC: Roger Daybutch Arena Director: Will Morin Head Female dancer - Barb Day Head Male dancer – Mike Eshkwega Grand Entry: Sat 1:00p.m. & 6:00 p.m and Sun 1:00 p.m. Rough Camping available, FEAST BAGS strongly encouraged. Food Vendors $100.00 per day Craft Vendors $75.00 per day Everyone welcome Contact phone #: 1-705-856-1993: Nancy Andre: Ext # 226, email@example.com Theresa Black: Ext #228 firstname.lastname@example.org ; Linda Peterson Ext # 218, email@example.com or cell 1-705-971-8441Find out more »
August 12 - 13 Saugeen First Nation 45th Annual Competition Pow-wow Location: James Mason Centre, Saugeen First Nation located just outside Southampton, ON. Three hours northwest of Toronto along sandy beaches of Lake Huron. Access to drive-on sandy beach. 5 minutes east of Southampton Ontario & 5 minutes to Sauble Beach–located at Saugeen First Nation#29 Admission: Nominal Fee, Free Parking Grand Entry: Both days at 1pm Feast: Sat. at 5pm Vendors please register in advance Contact: Chief Lester Anoquot @ 800 - 680 - 0744 x1101 Rough camping available with showersFind out more »