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1st Annual Fallen Warriors Sacred Ceremony & Tradish Powwow

Posted Oct 27th, 2011 by Executive Director Nahdee  Category: Events

 

1ST ANNUAL FALLEN WARRIORS SACRED CEREMONY AND TRADITIONAL POWWOW
@ The Wood County Historical Center & Museum, 13660 County Home Road, Bowling Green, Ohio, 43402
“We’re Proud To Support Tcumtha~Calling All Tribes Back To The Circle Of Our Ancestors”
SACRED CEREMONY = Thursday, June 21, 2012 @ 11:00 AM
~Nelson “Sugar Bear” Shognosh and Rupert Jacobs, Walpole Island, Ontario, Canada, and Jake Agoneh, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada, will be conducting all ceremonies, including Sunrise Ceremonies on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
TRADITIONAL POWWOW = Friday, Saturday, Sunday June 22-24, 2012
~Grand Entry: Friday, June 22nd @ 6:00 PM
~Gand Entries: Saturday & Sunday @ 11:00 AM
~Gates Open: 10 AM on Saturday & Sunday
~Gates Close: Friday & Saturday @ Dusk, and Sunday @ 5:00 PM
**We welcome all Traditional Dancers, Eagle~Warrior~Veteran Staffs and Tribal Flags**
**All Sacred Bundle Holders Welcome For Sacred Ceremony**
We Invite Everyone To Come And Enjoy Dancing, Food, Fun, Learning, Northern & Southern Drums, Raptors, Special Guests & Vendors
ADMISSION: Adults = $4.00, Seniors (60+) = $3.00, Children (ages 6-12) = $2.00, Children (5 and under) = Free
*This is a Non-Profit Event Sponsored by: Anishinabek First Nations Tribal Friendship Center (AFNTFC), The Wood County Historical Center & Museum, and Wood County Park District
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Executive Director Nahdee @ (740) 973-1411, or email: AFNTFC@yahoo.com
HOST HOTEL: Best Western, Bowling Green, Ohio (inquire for “Powwow Rate” @ (419) 352-4671
***No cameras, video or pictures allowed during the sacred ceremony. We are not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged personal items. No alcohol, conflicts, drugs, firearms, pets, politics, or Indian policing.

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One Response to “1st Annual Fallen Warriors Sacred Ceremony & Tradish Powwow”

  1. Kevin Spotted Horse Says:

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