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Honoring Traditions An Eastern Woodland Native American Celebration

Submitted by lonewolfcreations
Added on: December 30, 2016

Notice - This information is for a past Pow Wow.
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Come enjoy your first Native American celebration of the year with traditional Native American drumming, singing, dancing, and regalia. Enjoy crafts and artwork from Native American artists from around the country, along with delicious food and drinks. There will be face painting, kids crafts, and a candy dance each day for the kids. Douglas Bluefeather, award winning Native American flutist, will also be performing through out the weekend.


Dates: Saturday January 14th 10am-7pm & Sunday January 15th 10am-5pm

Grand Entry will be at 12:00pm both days.

Admission: $5 Adults, $3 Children 5 & under, $3 Senior Citizens


This is an indoor, heated event being held at the Fairfield County Fairgrounds, AAA Building, Lancaster, Ohio.

Any questions can be directed to Kevin (740-304-9720) or Keira (740-603-6210). You may also e-mail us [email protected]

We are still accepting vendor applications at this time. Please contact Kevin or Keira or e-mail us if interested. The Vendor Application is also available on our website.

Unfortunately due to very limited space, this is an invitation drum only event.


Start: January 14, 2017, 10:00 am7:00 pm

End: January 15, 2017


Fairfield County Fairgrounds AAA Building: 157 E Fair Ave, Lancaster, OH

Contact: Kevin

Phone: 7403049720

Email: [email protected]


Pow Wow Size:100-499 dancers

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Head Lady Beth Moody

MC: Jamie Oxendine

Arena Director: Jim Byler

Host Drums TBA

Other Drums TBA

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