Paw Paw Moon Pow Wow (2019)

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September 14, 2019 - September 15, 2019

Springfield, OH

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September 14, 2019 - September 15, 2019

George Rogers Clark Park: 930 S. Tecumseh Road, Springfield, OH

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Contact: Justin Houston
Phone: 937-604-4252
Email: [email protected]
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Gates Open at 8am

Grand Entry at noon both days

Gates Close on Saturday at 6pm and on Sunday at 4pm

The Paw Paw Moon Powwow is the Powwow that Gene Park started and held for many years at George Rogers Clark Park. This is a gathering of everyone with vendors, dancing, singing, and drumming. All walk-on drums and dancers invited, welcomed, and appreciated!

Admission:  $5 Adults,  Children 10 and under are FREE

For reservations for camping, vending, etc., please contact Justin Houston at 937-604-4252

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George Rogers Clark Park: 930 S. Tecumseh Road, Springfield, OH


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Submitted by PowWow Calendar on: July 26, 2019

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2 thoughts on “Paw Paw Moon Pow Wow (2019)

  1. Karen Blum says:

    First trip to the Badlands last month. I went to the Wounded Knee Museum in Wall, South Dakota. I learned the truth about what the United States government did to the Native Americans. I actually went twice to inoculate myself against the lies I had been taught in school and in the early days of television programming. When I learned that the Army officers who committed the atrocities at Wounded Knee were awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, I have no words for the feelings of anger and disgust I felt. At the Crazy Horse Memorial, I learned about Native American culture and history. The museum and programs offered were inspiring! I came away with a renewed feeling of respect. One information center in the Badlands National Park is staffed by Native American park rangers. It was a wonderful opportunity to ask questions and receive meaningful answers. In contrast, I went to Mount Rushmore. It was a tourist trap, plain and simple. Disappointing in the extreme! I’m looking forward to attending a Pow Wow. I’m taking my grandchildren, too. Thank you for making your heritage and culture available.

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