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August 18 – 20 NEYAASHIINIGMIING PWAAGANIGAA Chippewas of Nawash First Nation 33rd Annual Traditional Pow wow “Honoring our Veterans” Location: Cape Croker Park, 112 Park RD, Neyaashiinigmiing ON N0H 2T0 Admission: ages 7 – 54 $5+ a non-perishable food item; Young children and elders are free MC: Beedahsiga Elliott, Neyaashiinigmiing First Nation Arena Director: Robin Antone, Oneidas of the Thames Head Veteran: Bob Daly, Moraviantown First Nation Host Drum: Smoketail Co-host: Ohniagra Invited drum: Big Train Special Events: Neyaashiiningming Talent Night 6-10pm, Free Admission Declaration: Please No Drugs, Alcohol or Pets For more information check out our website: http://www.nawash.ca/nawash-pow-wowFind out more »
August 19 - 20 Algonquins of Pikwakanagan Traditional Pow-wow Location: 2 km off Hwy 60. Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation, Golden Lake, ON Grand Entry: 12 noon on both days. Rough camping available, No Hydro Admission: $6 ; 12 yrs under Free; Participants are FREE (Dancers, Drummers, etc) Craft Vendors: Please register in advance Contact: Jamie Sarazin (613) 625 - 1109 Website: algonquinsofpikwakanagan.caFind out more »
August 19 - 20 Chippewas of the Thames Homecoming and 40th Annual Competition Pow-wow Location: Chippewa Ball Park, Muncey First Nation, 640 Jubilee Rd., Muncey, Ont., Located 25km SW of London, Ontario; Off Hwy 2 Longwoods Rd., Exits on Hwy 402 Delaware, Hwy 401 Iona Rd. Grand Entry: SAT 12 pm & 6 pm; SUN 12pm Feast: Sat 5pm Special Events: Team dance, Hand drum, Switch up, baby contest on Sunday Special Declaration: No Drugs or Alcohol; Please no pets Vendors: First Nations owned and operated vendors only. Rough Camping at the park with showers avail at the community centre Contact: Email: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 519-264-2500 Website: www.cottfn.comFind out more »
August 19 - 20 Annual Mattagami First Nation Pow-wow "Honouring our Elders Past and Present" Location: Mattagami First Nation is located 2 1/2 hours North of Sudbury and 1 hour South of Timmins Grand Entry: Saturday 12pm & 7pm and Sunday at noon. Feast: SAT at 5pm (Food Donations accepted) Vendors Welcomed – Contact Dorothy Naveau @ 888 269 7729 ext 221 Everyone Welcomed to Attend Declaration: This is a drug and alcohol FREE gathering Free Rough Camping Contact information: Dorothy or Jennifer 1-888-269-7729Find out more »
August 19 - 20 Chippewas of Rama First Nation Competition Powwow Location: John Snake Memorial Multipurpose Grounds at 6030 Rama Road, Rama ON Grand Entry: Saturday 1PM and 6:30PM; Sunday 12:30PM MC: Vince Beyl, Chris Pheasant Arena Director: Allan Manitowabi Head Singing Judge: Rodney Stanger Head Dance Judge: Crystal “Beany” John Head Veteran: Jeff Monague Dozens of vendors onsite; camping available; admission $10/day or $15/weekend Visit www.facebook.com/ramapowwow for updates on specials, contests, and prizes Contact number: 705-330-8003Find out more »
August 19 – 20 Wahnapitae First Nation 22nd Annual Traditional Pow-wow Honouring Our Warriors Location: Wahnapitae First Nation Pow wow Grounds, Wahnapitae, Ontario via Capreol, Ontario Directions: 52 km north of Sudbury (just past Capreol, ON) Admission: FREE Sunrise Ceremony: Thurs-Sun 6am Grand Entry: Sat. 1pm & 7pm; Sun. 1pm Registration daily: 11am -12:30pm (regalia must be on to register) MC: Gerard Sagassige Arena Director: Robert Stoneypoint Calling all Dancers, Singers, and Drummers Vendors: Traditional Foods and Crafts please Rough Camping available, Contact: WFN Cultural Coordinator Lori Corbiere (705) 858-0610 (business hours)ext 220 or email: email@example.com Website: wahnapitaefirstnation.comFind out more »