United Cherokee 19th Annual Festival and American Indian Powwow
Date(s) - 04/29/2017 - 04/30/2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Next to EMA Building
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Native American Dancing/Drumming. All drums welcome. Story-telling, flute music, flint-knapping, archery demos and lessons, tomahawk demos and lessons, children’s free activities, Powwow Princess Contest for all ages, Tipi display, Native American vendors, camping and concessions. Free parking. Handicapped accessible. All activities conducted with safety in mind. Large bonfire April 29th at dark:30. Come out and enjoy the songs of our ancestors. No alcohol, drugs, politics or open carry. This is a family activity.