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Every 2nd Fri & Sat of April
Montana State University American Indian Council Pow Wow
Last free pow wow in Montana? Grand entries Fri nite, Sat noon, and Sat nite; trad'l buffalo chili feed Sat between sessions; vendors; dance contests (men's & women's traditional, women's fancy shawl, men's fancy dance, jingle dress, grass dance, chicken dance, men's & women's Crow traditional, and more); intertribal dance; drum contests;
Jim Burns; 406-994-4880
Every June - Red Bottom Celebration
An annual Pow Wow. The 100 year celebration will be in 2003. 406-768-5155 ext. 338 or 406-653-2280
Every July - Arlee 4th of July Celebration
Cultural celebration hosted by the Flathead Nation and attended by native Americans from throughout the U.S. and Canada. 406-745-2700 or 406-745-4984 http://www.go.to/Arlee_powwow
Every July Third Weekend - Wahcinca Dakota Oyate Celebration
The Wahcinca Dakota Oyate Celebration is a pow wow which is a celebration of native culture and traditions through dancing, food, crafts and fellowship with one another. All members of the general public are welcome to participate or spectate.
Every July - Northern Cheyenne Annual Fourth of July Celebration
Largest pow-wow held on the Northern Cheyenne reservation. 406-477-6284
Every July - Blackfeet Nation's North American Indian Days
Annual celebration is the largest Blackfeet Tribal event hosting Native Americans from every region of the U.S. and Canada. 406-338-7276
Every 1st Weekend in August
Rocky Boy - Chippewa Cree Pow-Wow & Rodeo
Annual Pow-Wow and Richest Indian Rodeo
Chippewa Cree Tribe - Richard Sangrey
Every August - Crow Fair and Rodeo
Native Americans from every western state and Canada come to camp along the Little Bighorn River. Parades, all Indian rodeo, wild horse races and dancing. 406-638-2601 X 104 or 222
Every September - 4th weekend
Last Chance Community Pow Wow, P.O. Box 179, Helena, MT 59624