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Worcester Inter-Tribal Indian Center - 36th Annual Powwow
History / Heritage-Fair/Festival
Saturday, June 3, 2017 - Sunday, June 4, 2017 10:00 AM-5:00 PM
Treasure Valley Scout Reservation
394 Pleasantdale Road
Rutland, MA 01543 Google Maps - MapQuest
The Worcester Inter-Tribal Indian Center is putting on it's 36th Annual Native American Heritage Powwow on June 3rd & 4th, 2017.
Powwow is a Native American style cultural festival; where the traditions of native people are celebrated and shared. If you've ever have an interest in knowing more about our culture and history, powwow is a fun and engaging place to do just that. Whether you're old or new to powwow, you'll have a great time with us! Admission is free and open to the public for this family friendly event (just be aware that there is a $5 fee to park at the Treasure Valley campgrounds).
At our powwow you'll experience native music, drumming, singing, dancing, traditional regalia, flute playing, food, art and craft vendors, raffles, storytelling, cultural activities and teachings. Come and meet all the different and fascinating people that populate our powwow camp on this weekend. You'll find people who represent tribal nations from around New England, across the United States, and well beyond. You'll be entertained, enlightened, and have a really great time!
Our village will rises up at the Boy Scout campground, in Treasure Valley. (394 Pleasantdale Road, Rutland, MA; off Rt. 122) Just follow the powwow signs right to us. This is a very welcoming and inclusive gathering of people from all walks of life. We hope you'll consider coming to check it out!
Until we meet, safe journeys and Aquene!
Many Nations, Many Traditions, One Family.
Cost: $5 parking fee per carload
Sponsored by: Worcester Inter-Tribal Indian Center, Price Chopper Supermarkets, Quinsigamond Village Community Center, Worcester Technical High School, Worcester Cultural Coalition