April 27, 28, 2019 Earth Day in South Daytona See Flyer Below
May 11,12,2019 30th Annual Cherokee Co. Indian Festival & Mother's Day Pow Wow
Boiling Park in Canton, Ga. Native American Dance Competition See Flyer Below
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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J. Lee Woods and Grandmother Running Rain
Taken at the Spirit Of The Buffalo Pow Wow in Auburndale, Fl.
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Native American Dance Competition
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2019 Pow Wow And Indian Festival Schedule
Don Woods Member Of Echota Cherokee Tribe Of Alabama
& J. Lee Woods Muskogee Creek Descendant
J. Lee & Don Woods
We are Native American descendants of the
Eastern Cherokee and 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
Cherokees Of Georgia Pow Wow April 4,5,6, 2019
Earth Day Festival Reed Canal park 919 Reed Canal park Rd. South Daytona, Fl
Cherokee County Indian Festival & Mothers Day Powwow
The Cherokee County Indian Festival & Mothers Day Powwow features some of the finest Native American and non-Native artisans and crafters on the Powwow Trail and where we monitor our crafters on the merits of their wares, we stress for the buying audience to share in our oversight. Where we are not opposed to foreign trade, we showcase Indigenous wares of the Americas, hence the theme of our event, not Taiwan, China, Korea, Japan or the Philippines.
We will host several dance games and friendship dances throughout the weekend that require audience participation. There is no need to be shy as Native America was founded on the understanding of our relationship with one another and good times and laughter are the best medicine on earth. You are going to love it because you can wander through all the cool primitive skills village sites where you can learn or participate in earth cooking, flint napping, archery, blowgun demonstrations, fire-by-friction, brain tanning and lots more.
Food will be served throughout the day and is scheduled to include Native American cuisine such as buffalo burgers, gator tail, roasted corn, Indian frybread, Indian tacos and other dishes. We do have some bleacher seating but you are welcome to bring a fold-up lawn chair in case the bleachers are full.
Public Welcome – Rain or Shine Event – No Pets
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Rain or Shine Event
Adults (13 & up): $15
Children (6 -12): $5
5 years and under: Free
Weekend pass $20 at gate
Native American Dance Competition
Native dancers only; see dance competition rules and prize money breakdown.
Grand Entry will be at 1:00 pm Saturday and Sunday