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June 9-10, 2005

49th Annual TIHA TIHA Travelers' International Health Advisory  Pow Wow

Galloway Hammond Recreation Centre, Burnet burnet, hardy perennial herb of the family Rosaceae (rose) found in temperate regions, usually with white or greenish flowers. The European species are sometimes cultivated for the leaves, which are used in salads, for flavoring, and formerly as a poultice to stop , TX

David Eckerman


June 10-12, 2005

137th White Earth Celebrations

White Earth, Minnesota White Earth is a census-designated place (CDP) in Becker County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 424 at the 2000 census. Geography
According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 8.1 km² (3.1 mi²). 6.7 km² (2.

Powwow Committee: (218) 983-3285

June 10-11, 2005

40th Annual Will Rogers

Indian Club Pow Wow

Marshfield Equine Centre, 13800 State Highway 38

Marshfield, MO

Dub Roark (417)-256-4698


June 16-17, 2005

3rd Annual

Aboriginal Financial

Management Strategies Forum

Ottawa, Ontario

Info: 1-888-777-1707

Web Site:

June 17-19, 2005

Sakimay First Nation

Competition Pow Wow

Sakimay, Saskatchewan

Info: (306)-697-2831

June 18-19, 2005

Red Bottom Contest Pow Wow Celebration

1/2 mile East of Frazer, MT

Niki Smoker (406) 695-2310

E-mail: Ismoker@nemontehnet

June 18-19, 2005

24th Annual Plains Indian Museum Pow Wow

Joe Robbie Pow Wow Garden

Buffalo Bill Historical Centre, WY

Josie Hedderman (307) 587-4771

June 21, 2005

National Aboriginal Solidarity Day Celebration

Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation

Stacey Williams/Debbie Leckner


June 21, 2005

"Soltice" At The Vogue Theatre

Urban Aboriginal Community Awards

Host Tina Keeper

(604) 684-2532 or Ticketmaster

June 23-25, 2005

6th Annual New Windsor New Windsor is the name of several places:
  • New Windsor, Auckland, New Zealand
  • New Windsor, Berkshire, England (also known just as 'Windsor')
  • New Windsor, Maryland, United States
  • New Windsor, New York, United States
  • New Windsor, Illinois, United States
 Intertribal in·ter·tri·bal  
Existing or occurring between tribes.

Adj. 1. intertribal - between or among tribes; "intertribal warfare"
 Pow Wow

Rodeo Grounds & Map, Village Park, Village of New Windsor, New Windsor, IL

Jeanne Herbert (309) 667-2214


June 24-26, 2005

4th Annual Native American Gathering & Pow Wow

Ballyhoo Campground, 256 Werth Wyle Drive Crossville, TN

Dana Sappier: (931)-788-3917

June 24-26, 2005

Heart of the Thunderbird thunderbird

In North American Indian mythology, a powerful spirit in the form of a bird that watered the earth and made vegetation grow. Lightning was believed to flash from its eyes or beak, and the beating of its wings was thought to represent rolling thunder.

14th Annual Native American Traditional Pow Wow

Central Missouri Regional Fairgrounds n. pl. 1. same as fairground. , 12860 Hwy 63 South Rolla, MI

Mona Murphy (573) 422-6383


June 25-26, 2005


First Nation Pow Wow

Sheshegwaning First Nation

Joe Laford/Loretta Roy: (705) 283-3030

June 25-26, 2005

Mending the Sacred Hoop Sacred Hoop Magazine is a quarterly magazine on the subject of shamanism and animistic spirituality. It is edited by Jan Morgan Wood and Nicholas Breeze Wood, and is based in Abercych in Pembrokeshire, west Wales.

The magazine was formed in 1993.

The Sacred Hoop Website

Traditional Pow Wow

Cal Zorn Recreation Centre, 300 W. Russell Rd. Tecumseh, MI

Todd Harder: (517) 264-1690


June 25-26, 2005

8th Annual Restoring the Circle Pow Wow

Lowell Fairgrounds, 224 S Hudson Hwy 50, Lowell, MI

Lori: (616)-364-4697


June 25-26, 2005

44th Annual First Nation Chippewas of Sarnia Contest Pow Wow

Sarnia Community Centre

Sarnia, ON

Info: (519) 336-8410

June 25 & 26, 2005

4th Annual Mending the Sacred Hoop Competition Pow Wow

Calzorn Park, 300 W. Russell Rd.

Tecumseh, Michigan

Abel Cool Wind Bear Cooper: (517) 263-3233


June 26, 2005

TIPI tipi: see tepee.  Camp Fort Edmonton Park

Jerett: (780)-433-3097

June 27 & 28, 2005

4Th Annual Randy Bearspaw Memorial Golf Tournament Spirit River Golf Course

(Between Westhills Calgary and Highway 22 on Highway 8 and North on Range Road 34)

Deadline to enter is June 1st

Melinda (403)-881-2753

Tater (403)-510-9014


July 1, 2 & 3, 2005

Homecoming 2005

Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation

Formerly Ojibways of Sucker Creek

Kina n' wen deeng--All Our Relations

Little Current, ON

Diane Lariviere: (705) 368-1067


July 2-3, 2005

11th Annual Musee--Delaware Nation

Traditional Pow Wow

Munsee, ON

Info : (519) 289-5396

July 2-3, 2005

16th Annual Shequianday First Nation

Traditional Pow Wow

Manitoulin Island, ON

Shequianday Pow Wow Grounds

Info: (705) 368-2781

July 2 & 3, 2005

Honouring the Elders

Dokis First Nation

5th Annual Pow Wow

Dolls, ON

Gladys Goulais: (705) 763-9939

Veronica Dokis: (705) 763-2269

July 8, 9, 10, 2005

Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation

Pow Wow

Alexis Reserve, AB

Lois Kootenay (780) 967-2225

ext 225

Cell (780) 910-5057

July 8-10, 2005

Battle Of Nations Native Men's

Fastball Championships

Cross Lake, Manitoba Cross Lake is the name of two closely related, adjoining but independent communities in the Canadian Province of Manitoba. One of the Cross Lakes is the Cross Lake Indian Reserve where the main urban area is called Cross Lake. The other Cross Lake is on nearby provincial Crown land.  

(204) 676-3602 Cooper or

(204) 676-2318 Henry

July 12th, 2005

Marty Stuart in Concert

"Residential School Museum"

Fund Raiser

Portage la Prairie, MB

(204) 252-3278 Tim Daniels

July 13-22, 2005

First Peoples Festival 2005

Downtown Montreal, Quebec

Andre: (514) 278-4040

July 29-31, 2005

Sagkeeng Treaty Days Fastball Tournament

Sagkeeng First Nation The Sagkeeng First Nation is an Anishinaabe First Nation which holds territory east of Lake Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada. Sagkeeng, which was once called Fort Alexander, has an on-reserve population of approximately 3,000 people. , MB

(204) 367-2588/4142 Claude Guimond

July 29-31, 2005

Sagkeeng Traditional Paw Wow

Sagkeeng First Nation, MB

Cherie Fontaine (204) 367-2287


July 23, 2005

Long Plain first Nation "Rez Fest"

Annual Music Showcase

Portage La Prairie, MB

Tim Daniels: (204) 252-3278

July 23 & 24, 2005

Grand River

Champion of Champions

Pow Wow

Chiefswood Park

Six Nations, ON


July 29-31, 2005

Sagkeeng Treaty Days Fastball Tournament

Sagkeeng First Nation, MB

Claude Guimond: (204) 367-2588 / 4142

July 29-August 1, 2005

Lac La Biche Lac La Biche is a large lake in north-central Alberta, Canada. It is located along the Northern Woods and Water Route, 95 km east of Athabasca.

Lac La Biche has a total area of  km ( sq mi)[1], including  km ( sq mi) islands area.
 Powwow Days and Fish Derby

Lac La Biche, AB

(780) 623-4323

July 29-August 31, 2005

Kamloopa Days

Kamloops, BC

Delyla Daniels: (250) 828-9709

July 29-31, 2005

20th Annual Pico Mobert First Nation

Traditional Pow Wow

Pico Mobert First Nation, ON

Info: (807) 822-2134

July 29-31, 2005

23rd Annual Lake of the Eagles

Traditional Pow Wow

Eagle Lake, ON

Info: (807) 755-5526

July 29-31, 2005

Red Pheasant Contest Pow Wow

25 km South of Battleford SK

Red Pheasant, SK

Bert Benson: (306) 937-7717

July 30-August 1, 2005

Aboriginal Pavilion at Heritage

Days Festival

Hawrelak Park

Edmonton, AB

Info.: Erik or Debbie (780) 479-1999

Volunteers needed!

July 30-August 1, 2005

Squamish Nation Powwow

First long weekend in August

Contact Gloria Nahanee (604) 986-2120

July 30-31, 2005

Anishnabe Simosagigan

Competition Pow Wow

La Simon, Quebec

Info: (819)-736-4507


August 5-7, 2005

Rocky Boy's 41st Annual

Competition Powwow

Rocky Boy, Montana

Ken Standing Rock

(406) 395-5090

August 5-7, 2005

NWPCCA Pony Races

Big Island Lake Cree Nation, SK

Wesley Keesaynew

(306) 839-4940

Office: (306) 839-2277

August 5-7, 2005

Centennial Year Pow Wow

Big Island Lake Cree Nation, SK

James Sandfly sandfly /sand·fly/ (sand´fli) any of various two-winged flies, especially of the genus Phlebotomus.


Phlebotomus spp. Culicoides, Simulium and Austrosimulium spp.
 (306) 839-4612

Office: (306) 839-2277

August 12-14, 2005

Serpent River Traditional Pow Wow

Serpent River, ON

Info: (705)-844-2418

August 12-14, 2005

Standing Buffalo

Contest Pow Wow

Fort Qu'appelle, SK

Info: (306)-332-4685

August 12-14, 2005

Genaabaajing Pow Wow

Cutler, ON

Info: (705) 844-2418

August 12-14, 2005

Big Grassy Pow Wow

Big Grassy First Nation, ON

Contact: Councillor Gary Tuesday

(807) 488-5614


August 13 & 14, 2005

34th Annual Competition Pow Wow

Saugeen First Nation Saugeen First Nation is an Ojibway First Nation located along the Saugeen River and Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, Canada. Organized in the mid 1970s, Saugeen First Nation is the primary political Successor Inherent to the Chippewas of Saugeen Ojibway Territory.  

James Mason

Memorial and Cultural Center

2km Northeast of Southampton, ON

Clint Root: (519) 797-1973

(519) 270-4377

Jennifer Kewageshig: (519) 797-1224


August 15-20, 2005

40th Annual Opaskwayak

Indian Days

Opaskwayak Cree Nation The Opaskwayak Cree Nation is a First Nation in Manitoba, Canada. Opaskwayak means "where the two rivers meet". The First Nation has territory near The Pas, Manitoba, along the Saskatchewan River. The First Nation hosts the Opaskwayak Indian Days annually each August. , MB

Phone: (204) 627-7100

Fax: (204) 623-5263

August 19-21, 2005

Ebb and Flow the alternate ebb and flood of the tide; often used figuratively.

See also: Ebb

Traditional Pow Wow

Ebb and Flow, MB

Info: (204) 448-2134

August 19-21, 2005

Long Lake Cree Contest Pow Wow

Long Lake Rodeo Grounds

Long Lake, AB

Info: (780)-826-3333

August 20-21, 2005

28th Annual Competition Pow Wow

Chippewas of the Thames First Nation 25 kilometeres

Chippewa Ball Park

Kristen Hendrick: (519) 264-2377

August 19-21, 2005

Chippewas of Nawash

21st Traditional Pow Wow

"Honouring our Veterans"

Cape Crocker Indian Park, ON

Info: (519) 534-0981

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