Mendota’s 21st Annual Traditional Wacipi

September 10, 2021 - September 12, 2021

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Organizer:

Contact: Sharon Lennartson
Phone: 651-452-4141
Email: [email protected]
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Head Man: David Carson

Head Lady: Lisa Bellanger

MC: Gary Charwood

Arena Director: Allen Hardy

Host Drums: Scotty Brown Eyes-Oyate Teca; cohost Midnite Express



Announcement to our guests.

The Mendota Community Tribal council & Members would like to invite you to Mendota’s 21th Annual Traditional Wacipi – Pow Wow Sept 10 – 11-12-2021.
Website: www.mendotadakota.com
We are not a competition Wacipi; we are a small traditional Wacipi, we dance to dance. We have around 5,000 people come over the weekend. There is a small payout not for dancing. Adult’s $25.00, Juniors ages 17 – 10, $20.00, tiny toys 9 – 1, $10.00. This is for each grand entry. Mendota’s way of saying Pidamaya ye for coming to our Wacipi from near and far.
St Peter’s Church grounds 1405 Sibley Memorial Hwy Mendota, MN 55120. St Peters Church is the oldest church in MN it was built in 1840.
St Peter’s has graciously let us use the church for 21 years.
Open to the public bring the kids!
No pets allowed for liability reasons. If a dog goes into the arena the Wacipi stops, until a spiritual person does a ceremony to restart the Wacipi.
Service Dogs Allowed only.
Come get the best fry bread and maple butter and best Indian Tacos ever!
We have some of the best food and craft vendors around.
Come watch all the dancers, especially the tiny tots.
Come see the Kalpulli Huitzillin dancers on Saturday night at 5:00ish.
Let us all dance together!
Friday night opening ceremonies at 5:05 we light the scared fire. People bring a dish to pass for the feast.
We honor all our veterans each year. We have handicap assistance.
MC: Gary Charwood.
Arena Director: Allen Hardy.
Host Drum: Scotty Brown Eyes – Oyate Teca.
Co Host: Drum Midnight Express.
Men’s Head Dancer: David Carson.
Women’s Head Dancer: Lisa Bellanger.
Spiritual Adviser: Emmet “His Many Lightings” Eastman.
Mendota Princess: Ameyalli Anderson.
Grand Entry on Sept 11, at 1:00 and 7:00 pm.
Grand entry on Sept 12, at 1:00 pm.
Feast on Sunday around 6:00pm.
All buttons are a $5.00 donation, helps pay for the Wacipi. Free admission NO ONE Turned AWAY!
No alcohol or drugs.
Bring lawn chairs seating is limited.





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Hello!
Is the Pow Wow in late September in Mendota, MN still going to happen? Can someone notify me if it will happen or postponed? I would really appreciate it!
Thank you,
Sue
ps-if there will be other PowWows in Minnesota this year, I would love to hear about them.

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