All the events below are free and open to the community. Absolutely NO drugs or alcohol. No dogs allowed.April 4, 2015 Pomona College 3rd Annual Powwow 10:00am-9:00pm Grand Entry Noon Pomona College, Hammer Throw Field (295 E. First St. Claremont, CA 91711) Head Staff MC: Bobby Whitebird: Cheyenne Arena Director: Vic Chavez: Dine’ Spiritual Advisor: Jimmy Castillo: Tongva Headman: Chuck Cadotte: Lakota Headwoman: Shandliin YellowHorse: Navajo Headboy: Zion Fox: Arikara Headgirl: Caitlin Ashmore: Dine’ Host Northern Drum: Changing Spirits Host Southern Drum: Northridge Boys All Drums Welcome! For more information and vendor space contact: email@example.com Dinner will be provided for all!! Absolutely No Alcohol or Drugs Scott.firstname.lastname@example.orgApril 11, 2014 24th Annual F.S.U. First Nations Powwow Welcome to the 24th Annual indigenous student organized First Nations contest powwow. The location is O'Neill Park on Barstow Ave. at Woodrow Ave. on the Fresno State campus. Open Gourd dance starts at 11am; Grand entry at 12:30pm; and Closing ceremony at 9pm. This is a family event with free parking and free admission, and the public is invited to attend. Drugs and alcohol are prohibited, and no pets please. Andres - 559-347-1600 Fierroone@mail.fresnostate.edu or Charles - 559 - 999-3825 Charlese@csufresno.eduApril 11, 2015 43rd Annual UC Davis Powwow Head Staff Arena Director: Art Martinez (Chumash) MC: Tom Phillips (Kiowa/Muscogee Creek) Head Woman: Leah McGurk (Navajo) Head Man: Marcos Madril (Pascua Yaqui) Head Girl: Grace Baga (Tachi-Yokut/Sicangu Lakota) Head Boy: Tahlee Carlisle Rattan Singh Lead Gourd Dancer: Erik Kimple (Blackfeet). Host Northern Drum: All Nations. Host Southern Drum: Red Buffalo. All drums and dancers welcome! Contest Dancing. Native American Craft and Food Vendors. Free Event, Open to the Public. Free parking will be available in UC Davis Lot 5 and 5A. Shuttle to and from parking lots available for those with special needs. Please contact Powwow Committee for more information. email@example.com, 951-443-8114, http://ccc.ucdavis.edu/powwow.htmlApril 16-17, 2015 TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION AND JURISDICTION Blue Lake CA https://nwetc.org/course-catalog/pol-430-apr-16-17-2015 Description: Tribal Environmental Regulation and Jurisdiction is a two-day introductory course on environmental regulation and jurisdictional issues on and affecting Indian Reservations. Key issues explored include: when Tribes have regulatory authority over who and what on Reservation; the interplay of tribal sovereignty and ordinances, federal law and when state and local laws may apply. After an introduction to the basic environmental laws and policies that apply to Indian Country, discussion will shift to protection of air and water quality, waste management, environmental reviews and the intersection of land use and environmental regulation. The course will also explore the emerging topic of potential regulation related to climate change mitigation and adaptation. www.nwetc.orgApril 18 - 19, 2015 CSU Dominguez Hills 5th Annual Pow Wow Cal State Dominguez Hills 5th Annual Pow Wow Honoring the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas April 18 - 19, 2015 Saturday 11am - 8pm & Sunday 11am - 7pm Head Staff Spiritual Leader: Jimi Castillo (Tongva/Acjachemen) Master of Ceremonies: Bobby Whitebird (Southern Cheyenne) Arena Director: Victor Chavez (Dine) Head Gourd Dancer: Earl Steen (Muscogee Creek) Head Man Dancer: Johnny Nieto (Tule River Yokut) Head Lady Dancer: Susan Jackson (Quechan/Laguna Pueblo) Head Boy Dancer: Ba'ac Garcia (Tohono O'odham) Head Girl Dancer: TBA Host Northern Drum: Changing Spirits Host Southern Drum: Sooner Nation Performances National Champion Hoop Dancer: Terry Goedel (Tulalip) Flute Player: Mac Lopez (Shoshone/Cherokee) Aztec Dance Group: Danza Azteca Xochipilli Location California State University Dominguez Hills (Sculpture Garden) 1000 East Victoria Street Carson, CA 90747 Exhibition Pow Wow Free Admission Parking $5 fee for Saturday/Free Parking on Sunday Steve Rosales 310-872-7515 or 310-243-2438April 24-25, 2015 Ohlone "Big Time" Gathering & Pow Wow Pomona California, April 24-26, 2015 The Costanoan Rumsen Carmel Tribe will be holding their 23rd Annual “Big Time” Gathering and Pow Wow and 2nd Annual Art Exhibit and Contest these events will be located at Tony Cerda Park at the Corner of Park and Grand. Pomona, California Thousands of people from all over California will gather to enjoy the 23th annual “Big Time” Ohlone Tribal Gathering, featuring the Traditional Dances of the Costanoan People passed down from our Ancestors. Come join us in celebrating the Native American Culture. Enjoy the sight and sound of Native dance and music. Taste the delicious Native American food such as Indian Fry bread, Indian Tacos, and Strawberry Shortcake on a Fry bread. Exhibitors will have Native American instruments, fashion, jewelry, and accessories on display. On Friday the 24th we will be having our Traditional Native American dances such as Ocean Water, Acorn, Bear, and Eagle dances at 6pm. On Saturday the 25th we will having the Blessing of the Children at 11am and our Art Contest. Judging will be at 1:00pm winners will be announced 6:00pm at the Pow Wow. On Sunday the 26th Grand Entry is at 12 noon gathering ends at 6pm with our raffle. Our Pow Wow is our way of educating the public about the culture of the Native American Community. Our annual event is to revive and maintain cultural/spiritual aspects of C.R.C.T. and other Native Americans to give future generations a sense of purpose and the true meaning of his/her beginnings and future… to maintain the museum of history of the heritage of the indigenous people of California… Provide Native American Language classes in keeping with UNESCO’s Mother Language Day, 2015. Please come out and support the ongoing work to preserve the indigenous heritage of the Costanoan Rumsen Carmel Tribe of the Ohlone Nation. Our Art Exhibit and Contest will be open to the public. Our five age groups will include K - 2nd grade free entry 3rd – 5th grade $5.00 per Application 6th – 8th grade $5.00 per Application 9th – 12th grade $5.00 per Application College/Adults –over 18 $5.00 per Application Deadline for mail in entry forms: Monday April 20th at 5pm at the C.R.C.T Tribal Office located at 244 E. 1st St. Pomona, CA 91766. Fee MUST be enclosed with form Deadline for walk-in entry forms: Participants MUST turn in all Artwork on Saturday April 25th at Tony Cerda Park 400 W. Grand Ave. No later than 10am at the Art Booth Pickup: Judged Artwork Sunday April 26th at 5pm at the Art booth One entry per person, appropriate content for public use. Third party entries will be disqualified. Minimum size 8X11 inches, Maximum size 11X17 inches. Any medium (material) is acceptable; paper, poster board, canvas, wood, cardboard, pencil, pen, marker, paint, crayon, watercolor, acrylic, oil, charcoal, digital art, photography and illustration. 909-623-7889May 2nd & 3rd, 2015 30th Annual UCLA Powwow Hosted by the American Indian Student Association at UCLA. May 2nd and 3rd, 2015 Head Staff: (TBA Shortly) Northern Drum, Southern Drum, Head Man Head Woman, Arena Director, Master of Ceremonies Head Judge California Golden State Gourd Society Spoon Keeper Bird Singers Ms. UCLA Pow Wow Princess 2014-2015 Susan Jackson Events for American Indian Staff and American Indian Alumni! Ms. UCLA Pow Wow Pageant Dancing and Singing Contest- All dancers and drums welcome. Parking Available in Lot 4 & 8- $12 per day Admission Free, Open to the Public American Indian Arts and Craft Vendors Native Food Vendors www.uclapowwow.comSeptember 18th, 19th and 20th 2015 Tule River Powwow more information will follow The Tule River Powwow has a facebook page there will be postings on it Harold Santos 559-782-1619 October 2nd,3rd and 4th 2015 25th Annual Redding Rancheria Stillwater Pow Wow Shasta District Fair Grounds 1890 Briggs Street Anderson, Ca 96007 530-225-8979All These events is free and open to the community. Absolutely NO drugs or alcohol. No dogs allowed.
Tradition Respect Unity Spirituality Teaching (T.R.U.S.T.) 3250 E Lowe Ave Fresno, California 93702 Office: 559.393.4897 firstname.lastname@example.org