Upcoming Pow Wows for Nov. 7-11

by Oct 28, 2014Happenings0 comments



Note: This list of pow wows was compiled by One Feather staff.  The One Feather does not endorse any of these dances. It is simply a listing of ones occurring throughout the continent.  Please call before traveling.


1st Annual Texas A&M University Benefit Pow Wow. Nov. 8 in Sam Rayburn Student Center on the Texas A&M campus in Commerce, Texas.  Info: Noah Nelson (214) 797-5167, terryl.brateke@tamuc.edu


20th Annual Veteran’s Day Pow Wow.  Nov. 7-8 at Pearl River Softball Fields on the Choctaw Indian Reservation in Choctaw, Miss.  Info: Harold “Doc” Comby (601) 663-7637


17th Annual Hawkeye Indian Cultural Center Pow Wow.  Nov. 7-8 in Red Springs, NC.  Info: Claudea Smith (910) 843-9484, hawkeyecenter@aol.com, www.hawkeyeindianculturalcenter.com


Chemawa’s Veteran’s Pow Wow.  Nov. 8 at Chemawa Indian School in Salem, Ore.  Info: Karen Serna (503) 399-5721 ext. 225, Karen.serna@bie.edu


UW-Eau Claire Traditional Pow Wow.  Nov. 8 in Chippewa Falls, Wisc.  Info: Odawa White (715) 836-3367, whiteol@uwec.edu


Austin-Powwow23rd Annual Austin Pow Wow and American Indian Heritage Festival.  Nov. 8 at Toney Burger Center in Sunset Valley, Texas.  Info: powwow@grandecome.net, www.austinpowwow.net



Wichita Intertribal Warrior Society Veteran’s Pow Wow.  Nov. 8-9 at Mid-America All-Indian Center in Wichita, Kansas.  Info: Michael Bulger (316) 295-3089, m_bulger@att.net


Veteran'sPowWow1st Annual Veteran’s Day Wacipi.  Nov. 10-11 at Rosebud Casino Enter Center in Valentine, Neb.  Info: Tina Martinez (605) 295-0070, dduncan@rosebud_casino.com




GMU-NAIA-14-Flyer-600x45012th Annual Veteran’s Pow Wow.  Nov. 11 in Dewberry Hall on the campus of George Mason University in Fairfax, Va.  Info: Sarah Thompson (703) 888-7295, naia.gmu@gmail.com




marine-corps18th Annual Native American Marine Corps Gourd Dance.  Nov. 9 in Woogie Watchetaker Hall at Comanche Tribal Complex in Lawton, Okla.  Emcees: Gary Kodaseet and Sammy Tonekei White.  Head Singers: Parker Emhoolah, Jim Anquoe and Ernest Toppah.  Info: Fran Cady (405) 329-1049