Every year on the first full weekend after Labor Day, the Trail Of Tears Commission sponsors an intertribel Pow Wow at the park. A Pow Wow is a gathering of Native American people to celebrate their rich heritage; to socialize with old friends and make new ones and an opportunity to expose non-indians to the centuries old tradition of the various dances and Native American crafts; and to educate the Pow Wow visitors with story telling and Indian lore demonstrations Children also enjoy visiting our Pow Wow.
The 30th Annual Trail of Tears Intertribal Pow Wow is September 9th & 10th, 2017.
Come watch the dance competitions, enjoy traditional Indian Fry Bread, and shop the vendors with crafts and art!
Pow Wows are the Native American people’s way of meeting together, to join in dancing, singing, visiting, renewing old friendships, and making new ones. This is a time method to renew Native American culture and preserve the rich heritage of Native Americans (Indians are from India)
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2017 Pow Wow Calendar
September 2-3-4, 2017Kipona Native American Festival City Island, Harrisburg, Pa.
September 8,9,10, 2917 Trail Of Tears, Hopkinsville, Ky. See Flyer Below
October 2017 TAMA Pow Wow, Whigham, Ga.
November 3-4-5, 201730th Annual Thunderbird Intertribal Pow Wow
Corner Of Hwy. 85 & College Blvd. Niceville Mullet Festival
Grounds - Niceville, Fl. 850/678-8077 See Flyer Below
November 23-24, 2017 47th Annual Poarch Creek Indians Thanksgiving Pow Wow
Poarch Creek Indian Pow Wow Grounds 6477 Jack Springs Road, Atmore, Al.
December 2-3, 2017, Red Hawk Ranch, Wimauma, Fl.
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January 12-13-14, 19-20-21, 2018 Spirit Of The Buffalo Auburndale, International Market Place
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2018 Pow Wow Schedule
Don & J. Lee Woods
J. Lee & Don Woods
We are Native American descendants of the
Tsalagi Cherokee, Lumbee and Poarch Creek Nations
Our products are Native American crafted. We make some and others come from Native American Reservations. Our crafts come with a Certificate Of Authenticity.
We guarantee against crafter defects, not what you dog did to it! Our items are crafted by hand.
Visit us at one of our Pow Wows...We set up with a 20' X 20' size display