Welcome to this listing of upcoming pow wows for Minnesota.

If you are hosting a pow wow or simply know of one within the state of Minnesota,
please let us know so that we can add it to this list.

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to avoid problems with changes or inaccuracies in these listings.

November 15, 2019

Jaris Pow Wow - Traditional

Location: Cloquet, MN. 49 University Road
Info: Tara Dupuis 218-878-7224 -Email- -Website- -Pow wow flier-
MC(s): Frank Goodwin
AD(s): Jarvis Paro
Host Drum(s): Cedar Creek
Cost: Traditional pow wow free
Contest Info: Hand drum contest at 5pm

November 15, 2019

Wiidookodaadiwag Pow Wow - Traditional

Location: Brainerd, MN. Central Lakes College Gymnasium
MC(s): Brad Harrington, assisted by Charles Black Lance
AD(s): Colin Cash
Host Drum(s): Timber Trail, Yellow Lightening
Cost: Free
Additional Info: 5:15 Pow wow 101 class. 6:00 P.M. - Meal - Free. 7:00 P.M. - Grand entry. 9:45 P.M. - Last Dance.

November 28 - November 30, 2019

Minneapolis Celebration Pow Wow - Traditional

Location: Minneapolis, MN. Minneapolis American Indian Center, 1530 East Franklin Avenue
Info:
MC(s): Jerry Dearly and Reuben Crowfeather
AD(s): Travis DeCory
Host Drum(s): Red Bone
Additional Info: Thursday: 5 PM Community Feast. 7 PM Grand Entry. 2018 Jr Princess Outgoing Special Little Miss and Little Brave Contest. Powwow Royalty Contests: Grandma, Brave, Princess Jr. Brave, and Jr. Princess. Friday: 1 PM Grand Entry. 2018 Brave Outgoing Special, 2018 Princess Outgoing Special, Announce 2019 Royalty . 7 PM Grand Entry. Saturday: 1 PM Grand Entry.

December 20, 2019

St. Paul Public School Winter Pow Wow - Traditional

Location: St. Paul, MN. 1075 3rd St East
Info: 651-293-5191

January 10, 2020

St. Paul Public School Indian Education Program Pow Wow - Traditional

Location: St. Paul, MN. American Indian Magnet School, 1075 3rd St East
Info: Cindy Johnson 651-293-5191 -Website-
Cost: Free
Additional Info: 5:30 to 8:30 PM Friday. Bring your own powwow gear and join us for a fun night! If you should get the urge to dance and don't have dance regalia, don't worry! We have regalia available at the powwow you can borrow. All powwows are alcohol and drug free. Attention Vendors, all forms and information are available on our website (spps.org/indianeducation). Vendor booths are $10 or a $10 raffle item. Updates can be found on our Facebook page, facebook.com/StPaulndianEducation.

January 18, 2020

Gichi Manidoo Giizis Traditional Pow Wow - Traditional

Location: Cloquet , MN. Black Bear Casino and Hotel-Otter Creek Event Center
Info: Nikki Crowe 218-878-7148 -Email- -Website- -Pow wow flier-
Cost: free and open to the public
Additional Info: The Thirteen Moons Fond du Lac Tribal College Extension Program is proud to host the Gichi Manidoo Giizis Traditional Pow Wow on January 18th, 2020 at the Black Bear Casino and Hotel-Otter Creek Event Center. This one day pow wow celebrates taking care of the land and community. The mission of the 2020 Gichi Manidoo Giizis Traditional Pow Wow is to bring together community members along with federal, tribal, and state organizations to learn from one another about how we take care of the land and community. Representatives from organizations will be available to answer questions and provide information on sustainable agriculture, natural resources programs for land owners, community health programs and opportunities through college and university programs. In addition, those representatives will learn from community member’s the traditions of the Anishinaabe culture, language and best practices of taking care of the land and community. Gichi Manidoo Giizis Natural Resources and Agriculture Workshop The Fond du Lac Tribal Conservation Collaboration program is hosting a Natural Resource and Agriculture workshop January 17th, 2020. The theme for the Natural Resources and Agriculture Workshop is “Water, Science and Traditional Ecological Knowledge”. The mission of the workshop is to share information relevant to Educators, Tribal Resource Management, Tribal Producers, and Federal and State Agencies. For more information contact: Nikki Crowe at 218-878-7148 or email nikkicrowe@fdlrez.com Youth Workshop The topics will include Education in Water Sciences, Aquatic Invasive Species, and Improving Water Quality through Empowering Youth in STEAM. This workshop will take place January 18th, from 5-7pm. For more information please contact: Courtney Kowalczak at 218-879-0862 or email at courtneyk@fdltcc.edu

February 14, 2020

St. Paul Public School Indian Education Program Pow Wow - Traditional

Location: St. Paul, MN. American Indian Magnet School, 1075 3rd St East
Info: Cindy Johnson 651-293-5191 -Website-
Cost: Free
Additional Info: 5:30 to 8:30 PM Friday. Bring your own powwow gear and join us for a fun night! If you should get the urge to dance and don't have dance regalia, don't worry! We have regalia available at the powwow you can borrow. All powwows are alcohol and drug free. Attention Vendors, all forms and information are available on our website (spps.org/indianeducation). Vendor booths are $10 or a $10 raffle item. Updates can be found on our Facebook page, facebook.com/StPaulndianEducation.

March 13, 2020

St. Paul Public School Indian Education Program Pow Wow - Traditional

Location: St. Paul, MN. American Indian Magnet School, 1075 3rd St East
Info: Cindy Johnson 651-293-5191 -Website-
Cost: Free
Additional Info: 5:30 to 8:30 PM Friday. Bring your own powwow gear and join us for a fun night! If you should get the urge to dance and don't have dance regalia, don't worry! We have regalia available at the powwow you can borrow. All powwows are alcohol and drug free. Attention Vendors, all forms and information are available on our website (spps.org/indianeducation). Vendor booths are $10 or a $10 raffle item. Updates can be found on our Facebook page, facebook.com/StPaulndianEducation.

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