Published On: Tue, Jul 19th, 2016

Upcoming Pow Wows for July 29-31


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.


Fort Totten Days 49th Annual Wacipi.  July 29-31 at Andrew Shaw Sr. Arena in Fort Totten, ND.  Emcees: Danny Seaboy, Butch Felix.  Info: Clifford Abrahamson (701) 652-5871


150th Winnebago Homecoming Celebration.  July 28-31 in Winnebago, Neb.  Emcees: Chris “Hay-na” Grezlik, Lance Long.  Special Invited Drum: Iron Bull.  Invited Drums: Young Bear, Wild Band of Comaches.  Info: Tara Hernandez (612) 910-8299


34th Annual Lake of the Eagles Traditional Pow Wow.  July 29-31 at Eagle Lake, Ontario, Canada.  MC: Clarence White.  Info: Trisha (807) 755-5526 or Bob (807) 755-1586


66th Annual Indian Hills Pow Wow.  July 29-30 in Oklahoma City, Okla.  Emcees: Wallace Coffey, Sammy Tone-kei White.  Head Southern Singer: Leonard Cozad Jr. Info: Tom Morgan (405) 826-8189,


Long Plain First Nation Pow Wow.  July 29-31 at Long Plain First Nation, Manitoba, Canada.  Emcees: Donny Speidel, Keveon Kingbird.  Host Drum: Mountain Soul.  Info: Maurice Meeches (204) 252-2731 or Annette Whitehawk (204) 252-2553


Saginaw Chippewa 32nd Annual Pow Wow.  July 29-31 at Pow Wow Grounds in Mt. Pleasant, Mich.  Info: (888) 732-4537,


64th Annual Tulsa Pow Wow.  July 30-31 at Cox Business Center in Tulsa, Okla.  Emcees: Tom Phillips, Eugene Blackbear.  Head Southern Singer: Rusty Cozad.  Info: Terri Rhodes (918) 217-5985,


Nipmuck Indian 36th Annual Council Pow Wow.  July 31 at Lake Siog Park in Holland, Mass.  Info: Cheryll Holley (508) 853-5575,



Ft.Totten Days Pow Wow 2016