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February 23 - February 24, 2019
Ain Dah Yung Center’s 21st Annual “Cherish the Children” Pow Wow - Traditional
St. Paul, MN. Central High School, 275 Lexington Ave.
Jerry Dearly and Reuben Crow Feather
Alternate contact: Holly Henning firstname.lastname@example.org
Pow Wow dance specials - 17 years and under, 2 step specials, ambassador contest, 50/50 raffles throughout the weekend. Feast on Saturday at 5 PM.
Grand entries at 1 PM and 7 PM Saturday, and 1 PM Sunday.
March 30 - March 30, 2019
Augsburg University 11th Traditional Powwow - Traditional
Minneapolis, MN. Augsburg University Campus, Si Melby Gymnasium 715 23rd Ave S
Grand Entries at 1 PM and 6 PM
Email address to be put on the mailing list for more information.
Vendors welcome, see website for application and fee. First come, first served due to limited space.
None - Free
8th Annual Powwow for Hope: Dancing for Life, Love & Hope - Traditional
St. Paul, MN. Base Camp Facility, 6202 Bloomington Rd
Powwow for Hope: Dancing for Life, Love & Hope honors loved ones who have courageously faced cancer by creating a space for healing. Organize or join a Fundraising Team to honor someone you love, help raise awareness, and make a difference. Sponsors, volunteers, drummers, and dancers are also wanted!
2nd Annual Chaske Wacipi (Pow Wow) - Traditional
Chaska, MN. Chaska Middle School West, 140 Engler Blvd, Chaska, Mn 55318
Intersection of Highwsy 42 & Engler Blvd.
Kate Martens/Wally Ripplinger
Terry Good Sky
Scotty Brown Eyes
No admission fee, plenty of parking, Vendors will offer Native foods & crafts!
Grand entry Sat: 1:00 pm & 7:00 pm.
Grand entry Sun: 1:00 pm.
AD/Spiritual Advisor- Scotty Brown Eyes.
Head Male Dancer-TBD.
Head Female Dancer-TBD.
Day pay for all registered dancers in full regalia.
Registration table open 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.
No dogs, weapons, drugs, or alcohol allowed.
Not responsible for loss or theft of items.
Sponsored by ECCS American Indian Parent Advisory Committee,
ECCS Community Education,
Chaska Human Rights Commission.
*Head Male Dancer-Zacheriah John Red Bear.
*Head Female Dancer-Athena Cloud.
*Invited drums will be paid. All drums will be fed.
AIMS End of Year Pow Wow - Traditional
St. Paul, MN. 1075 Third St E.
Day and Evening Grand Entries, Evening Feast.
Lake Vermilion Pow Wow - Traditional
Tower, MN. Lake Vermilion Pow Wow Grounds
Lake Vermilion Singers and Burntside Lake Singers
Friday: Warm ups.
Saturday: Grand entry 1 PM & 7 PM.
Sunday Grand Entry 1 PM.
September 20 - September 22, 2019
Mahkato 47th Annual Wacipi - Traditional
Mankato, MN. Land of Memories Park
Coming from 169 heading south into Mankato: Cross over the Blue Earth River on 169/60 and proceed down the short incline. There is a sign on the right side of the road saying Land of Memories Campground with an arrow pointing to the right. Get in the right hand turn lane and turn right. Then take the first left. You will go up a small hill, over some railroad tracks and into the campground.
Coming from 169 heading north into Mankato: Entering Mankato from the southwest on 169/60 you need to go past the Highway 68 turnoff and continue on 169/60 down the hill for about half of a mile. You will see a sign for Land of Memories in the median with an arrow pointing left. There is a left hand turn lane at the bottom of the hill. After you make this turn take the first left, go up a small hill, over the railroad tracks and into the campground.
Jerry Dearly and Danny Seaboy
Londel Seaboy, Sisseton, SD
Mazakute Singers, Santee, N
General Admission $7.00 for the entire weekend
Friday at 7 PM.
Saturday at 1 PM and 7 PM.
Sunday at 1 PM.
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