A.I.L.Y.C. 24th Annual Spring Powwow – Pow Wow Calendar

A.I.L.Y.C. 24th Annual Spring Powwow

April 4, 2020 -

Broken Bow, OK

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April 4, 2020 -

Location:
McCurtain County Sports Complex: 108 W 5th St, Broken Bow, OK

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Organizer:

Contact: Faith Parra
Phone: 580-584-3365
Email: [email protected]
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A.I.L.Y.C. is the American Indian Leaders Youth Council.

All Stickball Players are Welcome!

Special Invitation to all Princesses, Drums, and Indian Clubs.

Arts & Crafts spaces available.

For more information, including Arts & Crafts Vendor application, please contact Faith Parra at 580-584-3365 or [email protected]

Adult categories are separated, Jr. categories are combined and Teen categories are grouped, Fancy shawl and Jingle, Buckskin and Cloth, Fancy and Grass, Traditional and Straight. Golden age categories are combined. All categories First, Second and Third places.




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McCurtain County Sports Complex: 108 W 5th St, Broken Bow, OK

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Submitted by PowWow Calendar on: March 6, 2020


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