September 2014



Sept. 10-12  2nd Annual Hawaii Island All Nations Powwow, Keaukaha Hawaiian Village aka Keaukaha Beach Park, Hilo, Hawaii. (808) 747-2903 or

Sept. 26-28  Cedar River Powwow. 1879-3 Highway 9, Osage, IA. (319) 208-4707. or

Sept. 26-28  14th Annual Buffalo River Powwow. 1690 Airport Ridge Rd, Linden, TN. (931) 589-9628

Sept. 27-28  Noxen's 10th Annual Fall Pow Wow. Noxen Fire Co. Grounds, 3493 Stull Road, Noxen PA 18636.  Open to the public. This event is to educate on the Native American culture.  There will be Native American Drums, Flutes, Story Tellers, Dancers and Vendors. Free Admission; Free Parking; Totally Handicapped Accessible; This is an all nations gathering. Head Male is Bob Turkey Dancer Brown and Head Lady is Kendra Wind Dancer Brown.  Drums:  Otter Creek Singers, Eagle Thunder. Interested vendors contact info is listed below. Gates open both days at 10 and Grand Entry is at 12 noon (ish) lead by Dennis Wagner's Honor Guard honoring ALL vets!  Dancers/Vendors/Campers - meals will be provided Saturday morning, Saturday evening is POT LUCK. PLEASE bring a dish to share. Sunday morning and Sunday evening meal provided. There is a "Sloppy Joe" contest on Friday evening. Free to enter. Cash prize to the winner. $1 per sandwich to participate. All food donations are needed and greatly appreciated.  Electric is LIMITED and will be on a first come first serve basis. Camping spaces will not be "saved".  Set up as early as Thursday and tear down extended to Monday.  Dogs are welcome but MUST be cleaned up after, kept quiet and kept leashed at all times.  Any holes dug MUST be filled in! Any violations, owners will be asked to leave.