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North American indigenous People

AKA Native Americans

Cultural - Traditional - Ceremonial

Preservation and Education

All Inter-Tribal

Iner-tribal means all are welcome

You do not need to be Native American to attend or participate

Late Spring Pow Wow Gathering

Traditional Inter-Tribal

Pow Wow Gathering

Third weekend in May

Always falls on Armed Forces Day

194 Depot Road

Tamworth, NH 03886

Off of Route 16

Late Spring Gathering

Saturday & Sunday

10:00am - 4:30pm

Rain or Shine

  

Please Bring a folding chair

seating is not provided

  

Don't forget to bring shade/rain cover

Sacred Circle opening/dancing - Starts at 11:00 am

now Excepting Vendor & Drum
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Dancers

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Demonstration - Skulls after animal tanning.

2014 Honoring of the Elders

Vendors' Items - Medicine stones

2014 Honoring of the Elders

Vendors' Items - Medicine stones

2014 Honoring of the Elders

Vendors' Item - Turtle Bag

2014 Honoring of the Elders

Vendors' Items - Flutes

2014 Honoring of the Elders

Vendors' Items

2014 Honoring of the Elders

Dancers

U.S. Military Veterans and Active duty members will be honored both days.

For our public guest the Tamworth Camping Area has campsite rentals

 

available for the weekend of the Late Spring Pow Wow Gathering.

Reserve your site by calling

 

Tamworth Camping Area at 603-323-8031.

 Guest Drums Always Welcome!

 

If a guest drum shows up the day of the pow wow they

will split the blanket dance money with the rest of the drums

All Are Welcome

You do not have to be

Native Americans/ North American Indigenous

to attend, participate or vend 

Vending is Free. Vendor product must be handmade and  pertain to Native Americans/ North American Indigenous people  in some manor. If the product is not immediately obvious how the product  pertains to Native Americans/ North American Indigenous people

Please have a display explaining how it is connected.

Thank you
For Your Support

Pets are welcome

 

They must be on a leash and under handler control at all times. Please do not allow your pets to roam freely. Handler must clean up after them, even if they go in the tree line. No animals are to be left in vehicles alone for any length of time. Please have current rabies vaccination certificate with you, per campground rules.

  

If they are not good with strangers or other animals please leave them at home.

No Alcohol, Firearms, Politics, Drugs, and

NO smoking or use of Cannabis

within the area of the Event.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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Sector Civic, Social and Veterans Organizations

 

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