Our On-Site Annual Pow Wow
Annual Pow Wow
Twentieth Annual
Gathering of Native Americans
Powwow & Celebration
Saturday and Sunday
September 9th and 10th, 2017

Pow Wow Photos

2010 Photos are #20-#75
What is a Pow Wow:
Originally the Pow Wow was held in the spring to celebrate the new beginning of life. It was a time for people to get together, sing, dance, renew old friendships and make new ones. The Pow Wow had a religious significance and were an opportunity for families to hold naming and honoring ceremonies.

Today Pow Wows, or celebrations, are very much a part of the lives of many American Indians. Pow Wows are a mixture of celebration, social gatherings and friendly dance competitions, shared by the " Generations" of people. But, as the sacred thread that runs through all life, there are sacred traditions to be found in this coming together of people.

There is a circle in most dances, representing the circle of unity, the circle of life. Dancers often follow the clockwise pattern of the sun." Drum & Song" are the heartbeat and the inspiration of Pow Wows. Some of the dress and ornaments, called regalia, signify special events or honors in a person`s life, special religious traditions or perhaps legends.

The Pow Wow brings the circle of people closer to their family, friends and their american culture.

Everyone is welcome at a Pow Wow regardless of the tribe.
Artwork Copyright 1997, Antowine Warrior

Traditional Arts and Crafts
Drum and Flute Demonstrations
Vendors by Invitation only
Saturday and Sunday
September 9th and 10th, 2017
Grounds open 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Grand Entry at Noon
Master of Ceremonies: Ron Perry
Host Drum: Sacred Earth Singers
For more information call:
(603) 878-2308 or (800) 832-2308
1316 Brookline Road, Mason, NH 03048
  (just off NH State Route 13)
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