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October 3-5, 2014
Reddiing Rancheria's Stillwater Pow Wow
2014 October 3-5 , 2014
Host Drum: Midnight Express, Minneapolis, MN
Guest Drum: Northern Eagle, Chico CA
Men Golden Age (60 yrs. and up),
All Categories Combined
1st - $600, 2nd - $400, 3rd - $200 Women Golden Age (60 yrs. and up),
All Categories Combined
1st - $600, 2nd - $400, 3rd - $200 Men (18 yrs. and up),
1st - $600, 2nd - $400, 3rd - $200 Women (18 yrs. and up),
1st - $600, 2nd - $400, 3rd - $200 Teen Boys (13-17 yrs.),
1st - $200, 2nd - $150, 3rd $125 Teen Girls (13-17 yrs.),
1st - $200, 2nd - $150, 3rd $125 Jr. Boys (6-12 yrs.),
1st - $100, 2nd - $75, 3rd - $50 Jr. Girls (6-12 yrs.),
1st - $100, 2nd - $75, 3rd - $50
All dance categories -
Men and Women’s Golden Age,
Men and Women’s All Around Competition,
Drop in drums, first 5 registered guaranteed session pay.
Shasta District Fairgrounds
1890 Briggs Street. Anderson CA 96007
For general information, please contact:
James Hayward, Sr. or Louise Davis at 530.225.8979.
For vendor information, Miss, Jr Miss and Little MissStillwater Pow Wow contact:
Louise at 530.225.8979
Open to the public.
No drugs or alcohol allowed.
Limited camping spaces available.
Friday 7pm Grand Entry
Saturday 12pm Grand Entry
Dinner Break 5pm - 6pm
7pm Grand Entry
Sunday 12pm Grand Entry
Host Hotel: Win-River Resort & Casino
special room rate $69 room per night.
Mention code POW WOW for special room rate.
Master of Ceremonies:
Head Teen Boy:
Head Teen Girl:
October 4-5, 2014
Big Time Gathering Pow-wow 6th Annual
Lucerne Valley,CA Pioneer Park.
33187 Old Woman Springs Road.
Big Time Gathering Pow-wow 6th annual October 4-5
(Vendors can sell when s
*All drummers welcome
*Indian Craft Vendors(needed)
*Drug and Alcohol free event
*Camping is available
A great family event!
For more info please contact
Ophelia Porter: 1(760)885-5924
October 17-18, 2014
Auburn Big Time - Pow Wow
Gold Country Fairgrounds
1273 High Street, Auburn CA
Native Artists/Food/Contest Dancing
Indian Market Friday and Saturday
October 17th -
California Native Dancing, 6:00pm-9:00pm
October 18th Intertribal contest
Dancing and Hawaiian Dancers, 10:00am - 9:00pm
Information - Sierra Native Alliance
Vendors - (530)363-8526
Dancers and Drums (530)888-8767
November 1 & 2, 2014
Native Hope International Santa Fe Springs Pow Wow
California's Largest Traditional Pow wow
Traditional Native Dance & Drum Native American
Artist selling Jewelry, Pottery, and fine Arts.
Native Foods, Indian Fry Bread & Tacos
for the whole family.
MC: Bryan Brighcloud (Chiricahua Apache)
Head Man: Darrin Henson (Cherokee)
Head Woman Dancer: Shandiin Yellowhorse (Navajo)
Head Gourd Dancer: Be Wolf (Kiowa)
Host Northern Drum: Sooner Nation
Host Southern Drum: Forest Lake Singers
Spiritual Advisor: Saginaw Grant (Sac-Fox)
Arena Director: Robert RunningFox (Gabrielino Shoshone)
Grand Entry: 11 AM & 7 PM Saturday.
Time: Saturday, 10 AM - 10 PM
Sunday, 10 AM - 7 PM
Address: Heritage Park, 12100 Mora Drive.
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Vendors: Pre-register for a good location
Info: (818) 383-8619 or email@example.com
Free admission and free parking
Sponsored by Native Hope International & Polished Arrow
Absolutely no drugs or alcohol tolerated.
November 8-9, 2014
Annual Veteran's Appreciation and Heritage Day Pow Wow
Native American Veterans Association welcomes the public.
All Dancers and Drums welcome.
Free Admission - Free Parking.
Native music and dancing, Native Arts & Crafts,
Indian Village with Crafts, Native Flute Music & Storytelling,
Dance Contests, Veteran Resources.
Opening Prayer - Spiritual Prayer -
Arena Director-Victor Chavez
Head Man Dancer-Barry Hamilton (USA)
Head Woman Dancer-Linda Old Horn-Purdy,
Cree Southern Drum-Sooner Nation
Northern Drum-Standing Brave
Head Gourd Dancer-Greg Simmon,Osage
Gourd Dancing: 10AM-12PM
Grand Entry: 12PM
Veteran Roll Call: 1PM
Special thanks to: City of South Gate
and United American Indian Involvement, Inc.
General info.: 213/742-9554
Vendor contact: Beth Henderson 818/471-9114
November 9, 2014
American Indian Motion Picture Awards Show Broadcast
Please help us make Broadcast History!
In our 39th year, this American Indian Film Institute event will
make Broadcast History as the very FIRST airing of an
American Indian Motion Picture Awards Show!
YOU can be a part of our live television audience!
For TICKETS, go to: www.aifisf.com or call 415-554-0525
Also check out our Kickstarter Campaign at:
This historic airing will increase representation
of Native Americans on television and in the mainstream media!
December 6, 2014
Redbird's 2014 Blanket, Toy and School Supplies Drive and Mini-Powwow
11- 3:30 PM
Simi Valley Town Center
1555 Simi Valley Town Center Drive, Simi Valley, CA 93065
In the center of the mall, in the Community Room
(upstairs from the main parking lot,
with street access including public transportation behind the center)
Benefitting the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota
In partnership with Walking Shield
How It Works:
New blankets and soft toys –
new, lightweight hand or machine washable blankets
are sent to the Porcupine District of South Dakota,
and individuals in other locations as funding for shipping permits.
New hard or boxed toys –
distributed locally to Walking Shield,
and other local agencies/families.
New school supplies –
donated to Walking Shield for distribution to reservation schoolchildren.
Financial Contributions -
very much needed to ship items to South Dakota via USPS or FedEx.
Shipping costs run $500.00 to $700.00 and come entirely from donations.
Gently Used Blankets and Warm Clothing Items -
this year we are accommodating a request for used items;
we are seeking gently used warm clothing items
and blankets that will be distributed locally
(in the high desert regions) to needy and homeless individuals and families.
Special Guest Speaker Ken Marchionno
Ken was invited by the Lakota people to travel with them on the Oomaka Tokatakiya,
The Future Generations Ride (forerly the Bigfoot Memorial Ride).
Ken will share his experiences and his stunning images from over
a decade of participation with the Lakota people.
Every year Ken mentors two Lakota youth,
teaching them to document their own history with words and images
as they trail together on this journey,
which takes place in the bitter cold months of winter and retraces
the final journey of Chief Bigfoot and
his band to the infamous site of the Wounded Knee Massacre.
Native American Dancers Bring your dance regalia!
The Northern Traditional Drum Blue Star and
Southern Traditional Drum Crooked Hat
will be joining us
Everyone Welcome **** All Drums Welcome
Street Level Access/Handicapped Access Available
behind main mall entrance
Made possible through the generosity of
Simi Valley Town Center and Blue Star
Hosted by Redbird, a 501(c)(3) non profit
Native American and environmental association
Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RedbirdsVision
Mail: P.O. Box 702, Simi Valley, CA 93062
Voicemail: (805) 217-0364
Donate via Paypal - firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook Event Link - https://www.facebook.com/events/262432427275402/