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Schedule of Events:
Saturday, March 20
Sunday, March 21
11:00 am Virtual Grand Entry
12:00 pm Virtual Pow Wow Shopping Network
3:00 pm Announce Winners!
*All times listed are Eastern Standard Time
Live Events Streamed on: Facebook Event Page
One of the
best ways to experience Native American culture is at a Pow wow. Pow wows are
the Native American people’s way of coming together to dance, sing, visit,
share handmade crafts, make new friendships, and renew old ones.
& singing have been a very important part of Native American culture. As
various tribes came together, they would share songs and dances with one
another. Many songs today are sung in “vocables” with no words although there
are still newly composed or revivals of old songs that are sung in Native
American Languages. “Vocables” were used to replace the words of old songs so
that singers from different tribes could join. The songs heard at a pow wow are
reminders to the Indian people of their old ways and rich heritage and still
hold special meaning to those that know them.
Most dances seen at Pow wows
today are social dances which might have had different meanings in earlier
days. Although dance styles and content have changed, their meaning and
importance has not. The outfits or regalia’s worn by the dancers, like the
styles of clothing today evolve over time, it is not a stagnant culture, but a
vibrant and changing way of life. -www.powwows.com
DANCER AND HAND DRUM REGISTRATION OPENS ON MARCH 1, 2021 AT 12:00AM EST and closes FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 2021 at 11:59PM EST.
Master of Ceremonies -
Host Drum -
Hand Drum Contest -
Tiny Tots Dance Contest (0 to 5 yrs old) -
Youth (JR) Dance Contest (6 to 11 yrs old) -
Teen Dance Contest (12 to 17 yrs old) -
Adult Dance Contest (18 to 49 yrs old) -
Golden Age Dance Contest (50 yrs old & up) -
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