Native American Places to Visit

Pennsylvania Powwows 2018

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August 25 - 26, 2018
Adamstown Rod and Gun Club,
563 Willow St., Reinholds, Pa. 17569
AUGUST 25 and 26, 2018
10 am -5pm ALL ARE WELCOME
Native American culture, dancing,
drumming, music, food and vendors.
Gates open at 10am with Grand Entry at noon
and dancing until 5pm both days.
Drums: Eagle Thunder, Itchy Dog Singers, Otter Creek,
Head Dancers: Vic Alvin, Natalie Wisteria Bowersox.
Head Veteran: Walter Quietfeather
Firekeeper: Alex Wimbrough
MC: Mark Onehawk
Camping for Dancers, singers, vendors, volunteers.
Trade blanket Sat. night.
We support Pa. laws prohibiting buying,
selling, or trading of all protected wildlife parts.
Info, vendors, directions call:
Keith 717-940-8048, Mark 484-941-1317

September 8 - 9, 2018
All Nations Benefit Pow Wow

163 Melrose Road Susquehanna, PA 18847
September 8: 10AM to 6PM
September 9: 10AM to 5PM
Grand Entry Both Days 12noon
Embrace the enthralling dancing, singing,
arts and culture of Native Americans.
Spend the day browsing the vendors,
listening to the beat of the drums and
watching the dancers in their beautiful regalia.
Entertainment will include:
Lead Dancers, Matt WhiteEagle & Chris Mourning Dove,
Matt will also be performing his award winning Hoop Dance,
the Salinas Family,
Traditional Aztec Fire Dancers will involve everyone,
and Emcee Barry Lee will keep things lively.
Everyone will enjoy this wonderful, educational event!
Bring your lawn chair and non- perishable food donation,
which will benefit Native American families,
because this rain or shine event is sure to provide a world
of fun for the entire family.
Free parking & shuttle bus service.
Food Vendors will also be available.

September 15th and 16th, 2018
Muddy Run Powwow

172 Bethesda Church Rd W, Holtwood, PA
This will be our 10th annual Muddy Run Pow wow
Come on out and enjoy some good family fun
you will see Drumming, Singing, Dancing, crafts
and vendors, Native food and the Native American Flute Circle.
September 16th and 17th 2017
10am to 9pm Saturday 10am to 5pm Sunday.
Muddy Run Park ,
172 Bethesda Church Rd, Holtwood Pa, 17532.
Head female: Vaughnda Hilton
Head Male: Levy Newell
Host Drum: TBA
Guest Drums : TBA
$5 per person. 7 and under 65 and over FREE.
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Arvil 717-817-6421 or email

November 3-4, 2018
19th Annual Clearfield Veterans Day Pow-wow

Clearfield Fair Grounds: Expo 2 building;
5615 Park Street, Clearfield, PA 16833
Northern Dance Traditions
Grand entry Sat @ 1:00 and 6:00 pm, Sunday @ 12:30
Host drum: Morning Star Singers
Invited Drums: MacKenzie River, Medicine Horse Singers,
Red Bird Singers, Thunder Nation, Tide Water Agency,
White Buffalo Singers, & Yapatoko;
Other drums welcome: call first.
Special contests:
Crow Hop Dance Contest Saturday Night: cash Prize.
Hand Drum Contest Sunday before Grand entry
( 1 singer-1stick-1 song- 1 push) cash prize winner take all.
Spot dances throughout the weekend.
Craft contest Sunday @ 10:00 am
Doug Sestock: Hzox221@ 
OR Matt Kennedy:

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