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October 14 -
Celebrate Berkeley’s 25th ANNUAL INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY POWWOW & INDIAN MARKET. Intertribal dancing, contest dancing, round dancing, exhibition dancing. Native American foods, Arts & Crafts and American Indian culture. Free. This year’s pow wow marks the 25th anniversary of the new holiday. The first Indigenous Peoples Day in Berkeley took place on October 12, 1992, on the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the struggle of the Indigenous People of the Americas to retain their culture and identity under the extremely difficult conditions of European colonization. Celebrate with us in honor of all our ancestors, the people continuing the spirit today, and future generations.

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May 26 - 27, 2017
The 36th Annual UCR Medicine Ways Pow Wow begins May 26th, 5PM-10PM, and ends on May 27th 10AM-10PM The 36th Annual UCR Medicine Ways Pow Wow is an inter-tribal social gathering celebrating Native American culture and traditions through singing, drumming, and dancing. Traditional Native American dancers, drum groups, bird singers, and other artists will be present, and vendors will sell food, handmade Native American jewelry, arts and crafts, and other merchandise.

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May 6 - 7, 2017
33RD CALIFORNIA INDIAN MARKET May 6 & 7- 2017 10am to 7pm. San Juan Bautista School Soccer Lot The Alameda/Third Street & Highway 156E Native American Arts/Crafts, Dancers & Drums, Foods. Peace Dance honoring veterans and Cinco de Mayo. Admission Donation $1. Under 12 free. Sponsors: Children’s Therapy Center of Gilroy, Jardines Restaurant, Hacienda de Leal, Robert & Marta Fernandez and San Juan Merchants. One Earth One People Peace Vision, Inc. 501c.3 NP educational cultural public sobriety benefit. www.peacevision.net [email protected] Laynee Reyna, CEO 831-245-5440

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May 6 - 7, 2017
22nd Annual Choctaw Gathering 22nd annual Choctaw gathering in Bakersfield, California celebrates Choctaw culture and the Choctaw people. This year's...

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April 28 - 30, 2017
PLEASE INVITE ALL YOUR FRIENDS! Pow Wow Meetings are every Monday at 6pm. If you want to know how you can help attend the meetings to find out. Friday April 22nd 6:00 P.M. -10:00 P.M. Saturday April 23rd 11:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Sunday April 24th 10:00 A.M. to Dusk Tony Cerda Park (Grand Ave. & Park Ave.) Pomona, California Hosted by: THE COSTANOAN RUMSEN CARMEL TRIBE Drugs & Alcohol Strictly Prohibited Please Bring your own chairs Exhibitors please contact Pete Whitehorse at (760)953-7010 For Pow Wow info call the tribal office at (909)623-7889 email: [email protected] website: costanoanrumsen.org Blog: rumsennews.org Share this event on Facebook and Twitter

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April 15 -
ALL DRUMS AND DANCERS WELCOME CONTEST DANCING & SPECIALS NATIVE AMERICAN CRAFT AND FOOD VENDORS FREE EVENT // OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ALCOHOL AND DRUG FREE EVENT // NO SMOKING // NO DOGS OR PETS // NO CAMPING **The CCC is committed to providing an accessible and welcoming environment for elders, community members, students, faculty and staff. To request accommodations to participate in powwow, please contact Monae Roberts 530-752-6620 or [email protected] ~2 weeks prior to the event.** Questions? Please feel free to contact our Powwow Committee at [email protected] All interested Craft Vendors should contact Pamela Pretell at [email protected] and Monae Roberts at [email protected] Follow us on FB for the latest updates: https://www.facebook.com/powwowatucd/

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April 8 - 9, 2017
The City of Malibu is hosting the 19th annual Chumash day and Native American Powwow event Saturday, April 8 from 11 am to 7 pm; and Sunday, April 9 from 10 am to 5 pm at Malibu Bluffs Park. The event is open to the public with free admission. There will be a free shuttle and free parking.

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February 4 -
Connect BAAITS on Facebook Contact [email protected] Visit BAAITS.org

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  1. I have a food truck, and would like to join pow wow events… Can someone get back to on how to register for these events ?

    • Hi Nick, Vendor info is often posted on the listing, and is a process that is handled individually, by each event. There is usually contact info listed as well, for additional questions. I hope this helps. 🙂

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