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NEW ENGLAND POWWOW SCHEDULE

 

NEW ENGLAND POWWOW AND EVENTS  SCHEDULE
PLEASE CALL LISTED PHONE NUMBERS WHERE AVAILABLE TO CHECK ON DATES AND TIMES.

* Places May sometimes change*
Calendar dates will vary only slightly each year.

 

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APRIL 30-MAY 1
Century Sportmans Club:Two Nations Inter-tribal Pow-wow, Off Rte.56 Auburn MA.,  508-791-3770
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MAY 7
Nipmuc Indian Council of Chaubunagungamaug:New Year Moon & Pot Luck, 1 PM Chaubunagungamaug Nipmuck Reservation, School Stree, Webster, MA (NT) 508-949-1651

Mt.Kearsarge Indian Museum:Annual Celebrate the Earth Festival, Kearsarge Mountain Rd., Warner, NH., 603-456-3244
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MAY 14-15
UNACC:Annual "Unity Days" Pow-wow.  (Fort)Devens, MA., 29 Antietam St., P-5 Building, Off Rte.2, Ayer, MA., (NT)

978-772-1306

First Light Singers:Pow-wow Intertribal, Historic Valley Park Campgrounds, Kemp Ave., No. Adams, MA., 413-664-7364

North East Woodlands Native Amer. Pow-wow; Polish American Club Grounds, 139 Southwick St. Rte. 357, Agawam, MA., 

413-786-6465
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MAY 21
Red Road Native Amer. in Recovery:Red Road Sober Cruise, 6:30 PM Speakers, etc., Sailing the Huwitt Cove, Hingham Shipyard, Rte. 3A, Hingham, MA., (NT) (3hrs) 781-773-1623

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MAY 21-22
New Hampshire Intertribal Council:Annual Pow-wow, Tamworth Campground, Off Rte. 16, Tamworth, NH., 603-528-3005
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MAY 28-29
Abenaki Nation of Mississquoi:Abenaki Heritage Celebration, Village Green, Swanton, VT 802-868-2559

American Indianist Society (AIS) May Dance, 4-H Camp Marshall, off Rte 31, Spencer, MA  508-669-3520
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MAY 28-30
Mass.Center for NA Awareness:Planting Moon Powwow, Topsfield Fairgrounds, Rt.1, Topsfield, MA 617-884-4227
 
Indian Plaza Gift Shop:Intertribal,  Memorial Day Powwow, 1475 Mohawk Trail,  Rt2, Mohawk Trail, Charlemont, MA 413-339-4096



JUNE 4-5
Otsiningo:Powwow & Indian Craft Fair: Otsiningo Park, Exit 5 off I-81, Binghamton, NY 607-729-0016

Windsor-Mt. Ascutney Chamber of Commerce:Native American Powwow, Rte 5, South Windsor, VT 802-674-5910

Worcester Intertribal Indian Center:WIIC Powwow: Rutland State Park, Rte 122 & Rte 122A, Rutland, MA 508-754-4994

Woburn Historical Commission:Annual Powwow, Altavesta School, Rte 38 North Woburn, MA 781-933-4146

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JUNE 5
GLICA: Men's Day, Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest, Trotting Park Rd, Tyngsboro, MA 978-453-7182
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JUNE 11-12
Wollomonuppoag Indian Council:Annual Powwow, LaSalette Shrine Fairgrounds, Rte 118, Attleboro, MA 781-297-9882
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JUNE 11-12
Woburn Historical Commission:Annual Pow-wow,Altavesta School, Rte.38, North Woburn, MA., 781-933-4146
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JUNE 11-12
Native American Mohegans' Annual Queen Rippling Waters Intertribal Powwow, Lebanon Fairgrounds, Mack Road, Lebanon, CT 781-944-3580
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JUNE 11-12
Keepers of the Circle:A Gathering, Native American Cultural Center, 1180 Main St., Rotterdam Junction, NY 518-887-2590

JUNE 11-12
Indian Plaza Gift Shop:Powwow, Rte 2, Mohawk Trail, Charlemont, MA 413-339-4096
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JUNE 18-19
Two Sisters:Annual Powwow, Rte 113, Pawtucket Blvd, Regatta Field, Lowell, MA 978-459-7214

Intertribal Council of Tolba Menaham:Annual Quiet Bear Memorial Powwow, Woodsom Farm, Lions Mouth Rd, Amesbury, MA

978-283-0105

Red Road:Red Road Sobriety Powwow, behind Dighton Town Hall, Somerset Ave. (Rte 138) Dighton, MA 508-880-6887

Metis of Maine, Intertribal Powwow, Old Cornish Fairgrounds, Rte 25, Cornish, ME (formerly Sheani powwow) 207-793-4801

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JUNE 25-26
The Order or the Preservation of Indian Culture (TOPIC)annual pow-wow, Prowse Farm, 5 Blue Hill River Road, off Rte 138 Canton, MA 781-681-9130 or 781-337-4308

Chief Flying Eagle annual Native American Pow-wow, Brooklyn Byson Farm, Off Rte 395, Exit 91 Brooklyn, CT 860-267-7695

American Legion Post 205/Warrior Spirit:Veterans Pow-wow Togus V.A. Hospital, Rte 17 East, Augusta, ME., 207-623-0338

ICONE:Pow-wow, Coolidge Park, John Fitch Highway, Fitchburg, MA., 508-835-3696
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JUNE 26
GLICA:Children's Day, Lowell=Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest, Trotting Park Rd. Tyngsboro, MA 978-453-7182


JULY 1-4
Calico Dancers:Anniversary Good Time Powwow, Harry J. Betar,  Memorial Park, Rte.32, Gansevoort Rd.,

South Glens Falls, Town of Moreau, NY 518-793-1693
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JULY 2-3
Pat Lilly:Annual Eastern Woodland Intertribal, River Rd., Off Tre 202 Lebanon, ME., 603-522-3517
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JULY 2-4
Indian Plaza Gift Shop:4th of July Powwow, Rte 2, Mohawk Trail, Charlemont, Ma 413-339-4096

Mato & Night Feather, Annual Eastern Woodland Intertribal Powwow, River Rd, off Rte 202, Lebanon, ME

207-457-1955

Mashapee Wampanoag Tribe:Annual Pow-wow, Tribal Council Office, 483 Great Neck Road South, Mashapee, MA.,

508-477-0208
 
Wesget-Sipu Powwow, Riverside Park, Ft, Kent, ME 207-834-6202
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JULY 9
Nipmuck-Chaubunagungamaug Council:Strawberry Moon Pot Lock,  Noon, Lake Siog, Holland State Park,

Dug Hill Road, Holland, Ma (NT)...(Call to verify location) (Webster, MA 508-949-1651 )
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JULY 9-10
All My Relations Intertribal Powwow (formerly Shelburne Museum powwow) Old Lantern, Charlotte, VT 802-479-0594

GhostBear Lodge:Annual Pow-Wow, I-95, Exit 37, Rte #100, Clinton Fairgrounds, Clinton, ME.,  Elwood Kingsbury

207-426-9637
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JULY 16-17
Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum: Annual Powwow.  Kearsarge Mountain Rd, Warner, NH 603-456-3244

Watertown Historical Association:Annual Treaty Day Celebration & Powwow, O'Connell Field, Rte 16, 

134 Mt. Auburn St., Watertown, MA 781-933-4146

New Hampshire Intertribal Council & Wells Beach Powwow Wells Beach Harbor, ME 603-528-3005

Rhode Island Indian Council Annual Powwow, Roger Williams Park (Temple of Music) Providence, RI 401-941-3494

Black Feather & U Mass Memorial Foundation:Pow-wow and Circle of Life Walk, Connie Mack Field,

(Behind Fire Station) East, Brookfield, MA., 508-867-4332

LIHA:Traditional Native American Learning Week-end, Dulac Land Trust, Sanbornton, NH., 603-524-9284
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JULY 23
ROD & Gun Club of New Bedford/Nat.Am.Commiittee-Native American Music Festival, No. Hixville Rd,

Dartmouth, MA (NT) 508-994-5659
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JULY 23-24
Cowasuck Band-Pennacook/Abenaki People:Summer Gathering & Powwow, Parlin Field, off Rte 110,

North of Center, Newport, NH 508-528-7629

Dighton Inter. Indian Council:Somerset "Honor Our Elders: Pow-wow, behind North Elementary School,

Whetsotne Hill road, Off Rte.138, Somerset, MA 508-880-6887

New Hampshire Intertribal Council:Wells Beach Harbor, Wells, Beach MA.,  603-528-3005

Four Feathers Festival & Gathering, Riverbend Campground, Rte 106, Leeds, Me 207-649-0721

Little Meadow:Annual Benefit Powwow, Stepping Stone Ranch, Escoheag Rd, W. Greenwich, RI 401-788-5363
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JULY 31
Nipmuc Nation:Annual Native American Fair & Powwow, Hassanamesit Reservation, 80 Brigham Hill Rd,

Grafton, MA 508-393-8860
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JULY 30-31
Clan of the Hawk:Native American Craft Show, Off Rte.58E Exxit 26, I-91 Orleans, VT., 802-754-6305

Spirit of the Wolf:Pow-wow & Gathering, Riverbend Campground, Rte. 106, Leeds, ME., 207-546-2401


AUG 6-7
Clan of the Hawk:Annual Powwow, 39 Acre Powwow Grounds, Rte 58E,  VT (I-91, Exit 26) 802-754-6305

American Indian Federation, Inc., Powwow, 12pm-5pm 1 King Street, North Kingston, RI 401-921-0507

Saco River Intertribal Powwow, Hussey Field, River Road, N. Conway, NH 603-356-9075
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AUG 12-14
GLICA:Woman's Gathering, Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest, Trotting Park Rd, Tyngsboro, MA 978-453-7182

Passamaquoddy Tribe-Pleasant Point:Annual Sipayik Indian Day Celebration, Pleasant Point Passamaquoddy

Reservation, Tre. 190, Perry, ME., 207-853-2600

Babylon Citizen's Council of the Arts (BACCA);Annual Paumanauke Pow-wow, Tanner Park, Copiague, L.I., NY.,

631-234-1119
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AUG 13-14
Indian Plaza Gift Shop:Powwow, Rte 2, Mohawk Trail, Charlemont, MA 413-339-4096

Narragansett Nation:Annual August Meeting/Green Corn Thanksgiving, Old Mill Rd, Rte 2, Narragansett Church,

Charlestown, RI 401-364-1100

Mother Earth's Creations Intertribal Ground: annual Intertribal , 2145 Rte 16, W.Ossipee, NH., 603-323-8181

Pequot Homecoming Pow-wow , U-Mass - Boston, 100 Morrissey Blvd, Dorchester, MA., 607-361-8685
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AUGUST 14-15
Mother Earth's Creations:Intertribal Powwow, 2145 Rte. 16W, Ossipee, NH 603-323-8181

Pequot Homecoming Powwow, Endicott Estates, 26 Bryant St (off Providence Hwy. Rte 1)

Dedham, MA 617-364-3718

Babylon Citizen's Council of the Arts:Annual Paumanauke Powwow, Tanner Park, Copaigue, LI, NY 516-234-1119
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AUGUST 19-21
Mawiomi Of Tribes Powwow, Annual Powwow, Aroostook County, Rte 1 Spruce Haven, Doyle Rd

Caribou, ME 207-769-2103
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AUGUST 20-21
Morning Star Annual Intertribal Powwow:Litchfield Fairground, Plains Rd, Litchfield, ME 207-737-4532
 
Mohegan Wigwam Festival:Mohegan Powwow, Fort Shantok, Fort Shantok Rd., Uncasville, CT

860-862-6277 or 1-800-MOHEGAN ext 26277

Ninham Mtn. Singers:Putnam County Visitor's Bureau:  Daniel Nimham Intertribal Powwow,

Putnam Cty Vet, Memorial Park, Kent, NY 800-470-4857 or 800-470-4854
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AUGUST 27-28
Schemitzun - Annual Feast of Green Corn & Dance 1-800-224-CORN, Miner Farm, No, Stonington, CT

Intertribal Council of Tolba Menahan:Seaside Festival and Powwow, State Fort Park, Rte 127,

Gloucester, MA 978-283-0105

Four Winds Intertribal:Annual Powwow, Colt State Park, Rte 114, Bristol, RI 401-943-7752



SEPT 3-4
LIHA:Annual Labor Day Pow-wow, Dulac Land Trust, Sanbornton, NH., 603-934-4537

Seakonke Wampanoag Tribe:Annual Pow-wow, Redway Plains, Rte. 44, Rehoboth, MA., 401-723-1563

The Maddix Family:Annual Chief White Wolf Memorial Pow-wow, Rte. 138 Dighton, MA.

(Behind Town hall), 508-997-9181

Annual Intertribal American Indian Gathering, 934 Elm St, Rte 2, East Newport, ME 207-368-5145
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SEPT 3-5
Seaconke Wampanoag Tribe:Annual Powwow, Red Wing Plains, Rte 44, Rehoboth, MA 401-723-1563

Indian Plaza: Pow-wow, Intertribal, 1475 Mohawk Trail, Rte. 2, Charlemont, MA., 413-339-4096

North Country/Anna Sunlight: Intertribal, 934 Elm St., Newport, ME., 207-368-5145
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SEPT 9-11
Keepers of the Circle:Native Amer. Cultural Cntr., 1180 Main St., Rotterdam Juction, NY., 518-887-2590
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SEPT 10-11
Parker's Maple Barn:Annual "Honor the Spirit" Powwow, Parker's Maple Barn, Mason, NH 603-495-0205

Mass Cntr. for N.A. Awarness:Annual Chief Red Blanket Memorial Powwow, Plug Pond, Mill St, Haverhill,

MA 617-884-4227

Chaubunagungamaug Council:Nipmuck Powwow, Lake Siog, Dug Hill Rd.,  Holland State Park, Holland, MA.,

( call Webster, MA 508-949-1651)

Ghost Bear Lodge et Deux Fall Powwow, off I-95, Exit 24-B, (possible change of location call number listed)

Topsham, ME 207-426-9637
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SEPT 17-18
New Hampshire Intertribal Council, Annual Powwow, 4-H Fairgrounds, Rte 106, Laconia, NH 603-528-3005

GLICA:Bedford VA Powwow, Bedford VA Hospital, 200 Springs Rd, Bedford, MA 207-361-4293

First Light Singers:Powwow, Indian Plaze, Rte 2, Charlemont, MA 413-664-7364

University of MA, Amherst  Annual Powwow, Native American Student Support Services Office at 413-577-0980
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SEPT 24
Native American Inter tribal Council of Western MA annual  First Harvest Gathering, Camp Massasoit-East Campus 

Springfield College, Wilbraham Road, Springfield, MA., 413-783-3240
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SEPT 24-25
Mother Earth's Creations:Intertribal Powwow, 2145 Rte 16W, Ossipee, NH 603-323-8181

Intertribal Council of Tolba Menahan:Harvest Moon Festival & Powwow, Lake Cochituate State Park, Rte 30,

Natick, MA 978-283-0105

The Praying Indian Natick and Ponkapoag Tribe:Cochituate Lake, Natick, MA., 508-339-5271

North American Idian Ctr. of Boston:Annual Gathering of Peoples, 105 So.Huntington Ave., Jamaica Plain, MA., 617-232-0343

U of NH/Durham: UNH Campus, Durham, NH., 603-863-9544
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SEPT 25
Sokoki Tribe:Gathering - not a pow-wow, , 13 Johnson Way, Rutland, MA., (Native People only. NT), 508-886-8978

Narragansett Nation:Great Swamp Massacre, Rte. 2 So,. Kingston, RI., (NT) 401-364-1100



OCTOBER 1-2
Dighton Council Oak:behind Dighton Town Hall, Somerset Ave, Rte. 138, Dighton, MA., 508=880-6887

Indian Plaza Gift Shop:Powwow, Rte 2, Mohawk Trail, Charlemont, MA 413-339-4096
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OCTOBER 2
Mt.Kearsarge Indian Museum:Annual Harvest Moon Festival, Kearsarge Mountain Rd., Warner, NH 603-456-3244

Narragansett Nation:Annual Harvest Festival of Thanksgiving, Indian Longhouse, Rte.2,  Charlestown, RI 401-364-1100
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OCTOBER 8
GLICA:Harvest Festival, Tyngsboro/Dracut State forest, Trotting Park Rd., Tyngsboro, MA  978-453-7182

Chaubunagungamaug Council:Harvest & Pot Luck, Chaubunagungamaug Res. School St., Webster, MA 508-949-1651

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OCTOBER 8-9
Abenaki Nation of NH:Annual Powwow, Abenaki Heritage Weekend, Mi-Te-Jo Campgrounds, Milton, NH 603-473-2746

AIS:Homecoming Dance 4-H Camp Marshall off Rte 31, Spencer, MA 508-699-3520
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OCTOBER 8-10
Indian Plaza Gift Shop:Powwow, Rte 2, Mohawk Trail, Charlemont, MA 413-339-4096
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OCTOBER 14-16
Wolf Den Pow-wow, Wolf Den State Park, Junction Rte. 44 & 101, Pomfret Center, CT., 860-428-9840
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OCTOBER 15-16
Mother Earths Creation Intertribal Grounds, 2145 Rte 16, W. Ossipee, NH., 603-323-8181
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OCTOBER 16
UNACC:Annual Fall Festival, Fort Devens, 29 Antietam St., P-5 Bldg. Exit 37B (Jackson St.) off Rte 2, Ayer, MA 978-772-1306
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OCTOBER 22-23
Pokanoket/Wampanoag Federation Annual Powwow, Slater Park, NewPort Ave., (Rte 1A), Pawtucket, RI., 401-737-3010 or

401-364-1100

Texas John Bluejay Firehawk Welch Memorial Powwow, WolfDen State Park, Jct. Rte44 & 101, Pomfret Ctr., Ct 860-429-2668

Mass. Center for N.A. Awareness: Social & Benefit Auction, Holiday Inn, Off Rte. 128, Randolph, MA., (NT)  617-884-4227
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OCTOBER 24
MCNAA:Pot Luck Social & Auction, Sharon Community Center, 219 Massapoag Ave., Sharon, MA 617-884-4227

American Indian Federation, Inc, Harvest Dinner, 12pm-5pm 1 King Street, North Kingston, RI 401-921-0507
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SPECIAL THANKS:  THIS NEW ENGLAND POWWOW AND EVENTS LIST IS MADE POSSIBLE EACH YEAR BY THE

HARD WORK AN EFFORTS OF LITTLE WINONA HENDRICKSON...WHO IS CARRYING ON THE TRADITION

OF HER MOTHER, PRINCESS WINONA.  THANK YOU JUNE.


 

SOME TIPI ETIQUETTE

Proper behavior amongst the native people...as in most societies...was governed by extensive, strict, and 

often subtle rules.  The principals that follow are a sample of the various points of etiquette that Indians knew and heeded whey paying a social call to a friends tipi...

If the door is open, a friend may enter the tipi directly.  But, if its closed, he should announce his presence sometimes by scratching on the flap) and wait for the ownerto invite him to come in.

When a male visitor enters the tipi he goes to the right and waits for the host to

invite him to sit in the guest place, to the owner at the rear. A woman enters after 

the man and goes to the left.

When invited to a feast; guest are expected to bring their own bowls and spoons and, to eat all they are given.

No visitor should ever walk between the fire and another person, but instead should pass behind the sitters, 

who for their part lean forward to make room.

Women should never sit crossed-leg like men.  They can sit on their heels or, with their legs to one side.

In a group of men only, the older ones should start/welcome the conversation.  The younger ones should  

politely remain silent unless they are invited to speak by a elder.

When the host cleans his pipe...that's your signal its time to...LEAVE AND GO HOME.

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"Grass Dancers"

POWWOW ETIQUETTE  

Listen to the emcees directions and explanations.

DO NOT...photograph or video Grand Entrance, Honor Dances, the Dropped Eagle Feather Dance, or any Ceremonial Dances.

It is alright to photograph intertribal social contest/dances and parades other than, Grand Entry.

Always ask people's permission to photograph them; even their campsites or lodges.  It would also be nice 

to offer to send them a copy of the picture.  If you do, then be sure to send it if they say yes.

It is alright to ask them questions about their regalia style, their name and tribal affiliation.

Please...DO NOT TOUCH...a persons regalia without permission as it is a sacred object to each.

Please be polite, courteous, and respectful.

It would be nice to ask if they are hot or thirsty and offer to get them some refreshment.

DO NOT...let children hang onto the ropes of the circle or, RUN THROUGH THE CIRCLE.

DO NOT...cut across the circle to get to the other side.

Do not imitate war cries or make "WOO WOO" noises - this is very insulting.

Remove your hat when asked to, unless it contains one or more real eagle feathers.

Be attentive and quiet when people are speaking.

It is rude to enter the circle from any other place other than the entry way; wear sandals, work boots, 

flip flops and the like.  Wear moccasins or go barefoot...ALTHOUGH, among some tribes only warriors 

may go barefoot...SO WATCH AND LEARN.

If your a woman...DO NOT...enter the circle while your in your menses.

Do not trespass on private campsites and lodge areas.

*DO NOT...BRING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OR DRUGS...near or onto powwow grounds.

 

HOW TO APPROACH A MEDICINE PERSON  

Walk with dignity and respect...you should never run up to or suddenly come from behind, and ...never 

interrupt a conversation that is going on.  Stand quietly on the side and wait, no matter how long it takes 

and don't act impatient while waiting.

If you wish a private audience with a medicine person to ask knowledge and seek wisdom, or to have a 

ceremony performed...always bring a offering of tobacco; and begin with polite  conversation first before 

getting into the heart of the matter.

Never interrupt when a medicine person is speaking to you...and for heavens sake be respectful and not silly.

Remember the only stupid question...is the question not asked.

*NOTE
ANYONE...who goes around boasting they are medicine...or tries to charge you a fee...

RUN LIKE HECK THE OTHER WAY...  

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Last Of The Mohicans

 


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