California Powwows

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May 2nd & 3rd, 2015
30th Annual UCLA Powwow

Hosted by the American Indian Student Association at UCLA.
May 2nd and 3rd, 2015
Head Staff: (TBA Shortly)
Northern Drum
Southern Drum
Head Man
Head Woman
Arena Director
Master of Ceremonies
Head Judge
California Golden State Gourd Society
Spoon Keeper
Bird Singers
Ms. UCLA Pow Wow Princess 2014-2015 Susan Jackson
Events for American Indian Staff and American Indian Alumni!
Ms. UCLA Pow Wow Pageant
Dancing and Singing Contest- All dancers and drums welcome.
Parking Available in Lot 4 & 8- $12 per day
Admission Free, Open to the Public
American Indian Arts and Craft Vendors
Native Food Vendors
www.uclapowwow.com

May 9 & 10, 2015
San Diego American Indian Powwow,

Balboa Park Powwow &
100 Yr. Balboa Park Centennial Celebration 2015
Located @ Balboa Park-Park Blvd. & Presidents Way
Open & Free to Public
Free Parking
Family Oriented Event
Bring chairs or blanket to sit on
May 9 & 10, 2015
10am- Kumeyaay Bird Singing
11am- Gourd Dancing
12pm Grand Entry
3:30 Honoring-
(Saturday)Tishmall Turner &
(Sunday) Leroy Elliot
ALL DRUMS WELCOME!
Native Arts & Crafts Vendors
Food Vendors
Native American Dancing All Day
Interested in Volunteering?
Go to powwow Committee's booth
For Vendor Information-
Chamese Dempsey 619-231-1521/
chamese.dempsey@sdaihc.com
and
John York 619-772-5622
For General Questions contact-
Vickie Gambala at 619-266-2887 or
vickiegambala@gmail.com
Balboa Park will also be having another big event
at the park for their 100 yr. celebration-
there will be a lot to see & do.
Sponsor's-
San Diego American Indian Health Center,
University of San Diego,
Soaring Eagles
In PARTNERSHIP with-
MAATAAM NAKASHIN
Vickie Gambala- vickiegambala@gmail.com or 619-2662887

May 9th & 10th, 2015
22nd Annual Mariposa Pow Wow

Grand Entry Schedule:
Sat-12pm & 7pm, Sun- 11am
Admission:
$1- Presale tickets, $1 kids & elders, $3 Adults
Open to the public!
2015 Head Staff:
M/C: Monty Williams
A/D: Jr Manuel
Host Drum: Blood River
Head Man: Austin Brown
Head Woman: Chenesha Coats
Teen Boy: Hawk Atwell
Teen Girl: TBA
Tiny Tot Boy: Emmit Duffield
Tiny Tot Girl: Aolani Lemaster
Contest Pow Wow
Tiny Tot Exhibitons
Indian Tacos
Native American arts & crafts Booths
Pow wow princess contest
and more....
For more information contact pow wow committee:
209-742-2244 fax: 209-742-2233
Address: mariposa pow wow committee
P O Box 1200
Mariposa, ca 95338

May 14, 2015 - June 3, 2015
Please Vote! Native Youth Training Program

$25K Finalists The California Indian Museum & Cultural Center (CIMCC)
is excited to announce that it is a finalist in the running for
a $25,000 grant through the State Farm Neighborhood Assist program.
Our organization would like to use a State Farm Neighborhood
Assist $25,000 grant to help create a social enterprise museum
gift shop and Native Youth Employment Training Program which aims
to help disconnected Native youth enter the workforce and engage
in higher education attainment. Did you know that 40% of Native American
youth don’t graduate from high school and/or underperform academically?
At CIMCC, we hope to change that.
Now, we need the community’s help to bring this grant home to Sonoma County.
From May 14th – June 3rd, the public can vote up to 10 times a day on
Facebook for their favorite cause (there is a quick one-click feature for
all 10 daily votes). The 40 causes that receive the most votes will each win
a $25,000 grant. The nominations and votes will be accepted exclusively
through a free Facebook app.
Please help us get the word out. Every vote gets us closer to bringing this grant home!
Vote through our Facebook page (search \"CIMCC\")
or through the State Farm Facebook App:
https://apps.facebook.com/sf_neighbor_assist/desktop/3/causes/1500461
Jameylyn Warren
CIMCC
jameylyn@cimcc.org

May 23, 2015
2nd Annual Chaw'se Day

The Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians
invites everyone to join them for the
2nd Annual Chaw’se Day on May 23, 2015.
We are excited to present the 2nd Annual Chaw’se Day
at Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park in Pine Grove.
Attendees of the event will enjoy traditional Indian tacos,
and Native dancing while shopping unique,
custom crafts from local Native vendors.
The event is open from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
and admittance is free.
For additional event information or
for Native American craft and vendor registration,
please contact Natasha Ballew
at nballew@jacksoncasino.com or 209-223-8102.
http://www.jacksoncasino.com/entertainment/full-schedule

July 18-19, 2015
22nd Annual Suscol Intertribal Council Powwow

11am to dusk both days Free and open to the public
Yountville Veterans Home, Picnic Grounds
100 California Dr
Yountville, Ca
707-256-3561/ suscolcouncil.org

September 18th, 19th and 20th 2015
Tule River Powwow

more information will follow
The Tule River Powwow has a facebook page
there will be postings on it
Harold Santos 559-782-1619

October 2-4, 2015
25th Annual Stillwater Pow Wow

October 2-4,2015
25th Annual Stillwater Pow Wow
Shasta District Fair Grounds
Anderson, CA 96007
Friday: 7pm Grand Entry
Saturday: 12pm and 7pm Grand Entry
Sunday 12pm
Head Staff
MC: Carlos Calica
AD: Roy Reddner
HM: Gary Villa
HW: Candace Linklater
HTB: Quindon Calica
HTG: TBA
Host Drum: Midnight Express
Guest Drum: Southern Express
Spotlight Special $600 Winner Take All
Drum Contest $1000.00 1st place
Admission $3.00
Free Parking
For More Information Contact:
James Hayward or Louise Davis
530.225.8979
Vendor Information Contact
Rob Krikorian 530.227.1059
Stillwater Princess or Brave Information Contact Louise Davis 530.242.4511
http://www.redding-rancheria.com/stillwater-pow-wow.php

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