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September 1th - 2nd, 2018
5th Annual Noccalula Falls Powwow
1500 Noccalula Road, Gadsden, Alabama
Turtle Island Native American Association presents
the 5th Annual Noccalula Falls Powwow.
Special appearance by Miss Indian Alabama, Summer Stephens,
the Aztec dancers with their beautiful regalia and traditional dances,
John T Wayne, grandson of the 'Duke', author, civil war buff and
researcher into Cherokee involvement in the civil war,
Cabot Barben, author, with several books on the
Native Americans, musician and songwriter.
MC=Richard 'Sky Bear' Smith,
Native Americans Craft vendors with their hand-made items.
Concessions, including Fry-Bread, Indian Tacos,
HB, Hot Dogs, Funnel Cakes, soft drinks.
Seating provided but bring your own shade is suggested as weather may be hot.
Adults=$5, 65 and older, 6-14=$3,Family=$10, Military/1st responders w/ID=Free
No Drugs, Alcohol, Politics or Open Carry
Lowrey, (256) 293-6464