September 2012 powwow calendar

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Sept. 7- 9

13th Annual Welcome Home Traditional Wacipi

St. Peter’s Church Grounds, 1405 Sibley Memorial Hwy. Mendota, MN. Emcee: Mitch Walking Elk. Arena Director: Windy Downwind. Host Drum: Scotty Brown Eyes/Oyate Teca. Co Host Drum: Little Thunder Birds. Men’s Head Dancer: Lenny Butcher. Women’s Head Dancer: Mary So Happy. First 10 Drums Paid. $5 Entry Button Donation. No one t­urned away. Bring your own lawn chairs. Donations needed. For info call 651-452-4141. Sponsored by the Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Community. FMI:?mmdc01@comcast.net, www.mendotadakota.com. 

Sept. 6 – 9

United Tribes

International Powwow

Lone Star Arena, United Tribes Technical College, Bismarck, N.D. The 43rd Annual contest powwow has become one of the premier cultural events of North Dakota. Representing over 70 tribes, featuring over 1500 dancers and drummers, and drawing over 20,000 spectators. GRAND ENTRIES: Thursday, 7 pm; Friday, 1 pm and 7 pm; Saturday, 2 pm and 7 pm; Sunday, 11 am. ADULT CATEGORIES: Senior Mens and Womens Traditonal (Ages 50 & Over); Mens and Womens Traditional, Fancy, Grass/Jingle (Ages 18 to 49); Mens Chicken Dance; Team Dancing (Ages 18 +). Teen  Categories (Ages 13 to 17): Mens and Women’s Traditional, Fancy, Grass/Jingle. JUNIOR CATEGORIES (Ages 6 to 12): Junior Boys and Girls Traditional, Fancy, Grass/Jingle. TINY TOTS: Ages 5 and under get day money. SINGING CONTEST: Day Money – Central PA System Provided.  Weekend Pass: $20.00 per person (Ages 6 to 64 – good Thursday through Sunday). One Day Pass: $12.00 per person per day. Seniors (65 and over): Free. Children under 5: Free. Free camping. FMI: Cindy Hurkes at 701-255-3285, ext. 1251, or: www.unitedtribespowwow.com

Sept. 7 – 9

Indian Summer Festival Powwow

The Henry Maier Festival Grounds in Milwaukee, WI. American Indian entertainers and performers, spectacular fireworks displays Friday and Saturday nights, Cont­est Powwow, Native American Arts & Crafts: demonstrations and items for purchase; Traditional Villages from Wisconsin Tribes such as Menominee, Oneida and Ojibwe; the ISMA Music Awards featuring top musical talent from all over the country; a Tribal Farmers Market; Native Storytelling and Performances, and so much more!   FMI: 414-604-1000 or see: www.indiansummer.org

Sept. 7 – 9

Mendota Dakota

Traditional Powwow

1405 Sibley Memorial Hwy, Mendota, MN. Not a competition wacipi, we do a small payout for gas, food. FMI: Sharon Lennartson at 651-452-4141, or email: mmdc01@comcast.net or website:?www.mendotadakota.com

Sept. 21 – 23

40th Annual Mahkato Wacipi

Dakota Wokiksuye Makoce (Land of Memories Park), Mankato, MN. Traditional Powwow. Free camping available in park, dumping station for RV’s. FMI: 651-592-0987; email: gem7773@mchsi.com; Website: www.mahkatowacipi.org.