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Tennessee Indian Pow Wow Information & Photos

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Tennessee has numerous Pow Wows throughout the year that are sponsored by varying organizations. Included here are links to Pow Wow Photos and organizations that sponsor those Pow Wows.
If you have any Pow Wow Info that you want posted here, please send it to and put "Pow wow Info To Post To Site" in the subject line.

Here are some beautiful, high quality photos taken by Georgia Dennis
of the Mt. Juliet, Tennessee Pow Wow. See Tenn. Pow Wow Info below this link.
Below is Pow Wow Info for Tennessee and states that are near Tennessee
Sat. Dec.31,2005, from (10:00am-1:00am,) Sun. Jan.1, 2006 (10:00-5:00pm)
Kentucky New Year's Eve Sobriety Powwow
Sponsored by: Kentucky American Indian Resource & Community Center "Native People Building a Strong Native Community!"
Where:Bethany United Methodist Church
6100 Moorman Rd.
Louisville,KY 40272
*One light south of I-265(Gene Snyder Freeway)going
towards Fort Knox off of Dixie Highway (31w,60)
*Grand Entry- Sat. 1p.m. & 7p.m.
Sun. 1p.m.
Master of Ceremony: Smokey Bowen
Arena Director: Eddie Isbell
Head Veteran: Roger Campbell
Color Guard: Tiospaye Veteran's Group
Head Man & Head Lady: Will be chosen each session Invited Drum: "Eagle Scout" a.k.a "Istayape"
*Admission is free, but donations will be accepted.
Doors open Sat. 10:00am-1:00am Dec.31,2005
Sun. 10:00am-5:00pm Jan.1, 2006
Drums-Please contact Roger Campbell 502-640-7789 Vendors-contact Eddie Isbell 502-935-7920 All Other Inquiries: Amanda Winstead 502-955-7082 *Space is limited, so please call ASAP to reserve spaces!
7th Annual All Nations American Indian Festival
March 3 - 5, 2006
Tennessee Livestock Center
Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU)
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
All Nation's Flags Invited!
All Eagle Staffs Welcome!
All Dancers Welcome!
All Drums Welcome!
Indoor Arena
Climate Controlled
Camping Hookups
Free Parking
Scholarship Benefit Program
Non-Competition Festival/Powwow
Address: AmerindFest, MTSU
Box #267
Middle State Tennessee University
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Phone: (615) 898-5645
Native Solutions 8th Annual Intertribal Pow Wow
April 29, 2006-April 30, 2006
Oxford Lake Park
McCullars Rd
Oxford, AL
Phone: 256-835-0110 or 256-820-6315
or thunderhawk2062@yah
Contact: Tony or Mark and Ruth
Event Details: Times: Sat 10-7 Grand Entry 11:00 Sun 10-6 Grand Entry 12:00 Host Drum - TBA Headman - Jerry "Smitty" Smith Headlady - Jackie Dean MC - Gary Smith AD - Cowboy Special Performance by Arvel Bird Admission - $5- adults; elders 65 & up and children 12 & under - Free All Drums and Dancers Welcome
Regional Native Community Spring Pow Wow
April 29, 2006 to April 30, 2006
signs will be posted
Olive Hill, , KY
Phone: (304) 272-5722
Fax: (304) 272-5019
Contact: Morning Rain
Event Details:  MC - Danny Two Eagles
We have 25 vending spaces available on a first come - first serve basis. Vending fees are $70.00 per space up to a size 10 x 20 (vendors with large RVs must pay a small surcharge if you want to hook up to the utilities). Vendor applications may be printed from the web site.
Everyone Welcome - Admission is free
Cumberland Plateau 5th Annual American Indian PowWow
May 19, 20, 21, 2006
Putnam County Fairgrounds
Cookeville, Tennessee
Phone: 931-544-4908 or 931-372-1495
Contact: Linda@931-544-4908 or Carol@931-372-0495
Event Details: Free Kid's day Friday May 19th, 2006 9am to 3pm all school age kids and teachers admitted free that day only. Saturday May 20, 2006 Gates open at 9:00am Grand entries at 11am and 6pm Sunday May 21, 2006 Gates open at 10:00am Grand entry at 11:00am Welcome all drums and dancers Host motel Knights Inn exit 288 off I-40 931-528-5411 Directions: I-40 to exit 287, go north, take left on Veterans Drive( next to Ryan's) take a right at the Fairgrounds Signs will be posted.
 Tribal Crossroads Pow Wow
June 16-18, 2006
Grayson Agricultural and Recreation Park
5 miles south of Leitchfield off Hwy 259
Leitchfield, Ky
Phone: 270-286-8545
Contact: Gary Nutt
Event Details: Honored Edler - Samuel T. Holiday Guest Performer - Dave "Whitewolf" Trezak Head Man - Grady "Shadowhawk" Jones Head Vet - Ronnie "BlackEagle" Johnson Arena Director - Tom "Tanka" Pablo Head Lady - To be determined Pow Wow Historian - Ernie Walters Camping Pow Wow Luck of the Draw for the Dancers
June 23, 24, 25, 2006
Eastern Native American " We Are All Related" Charity Pow Wow
Where: Whippoorwill Hollow Organic Farm in Walnut Grove on Hwy 138 between Conyers and Monroe
$5.00 per vehicle at the gate (Bring the whole family)
Gates open at the following times:
Friday-School Day/ gates open to public on Friday evening at 6:00 to 9:00 Grand entry to be announced Saturday-10:00 to 6:00 Grand entry at 12:00 Sunday-10:00 to 5:00 Grand entry at 1:00
     Headman: Jerry "Smitty" Smith
     Headlady: Wihuna (Fire)Joyner
     Jr. Headman: TBA
     Jr. Headlady: TBA
     MC: Gary Smith
     Drums: TBA/ All Guest Drums Welcome!
     Keeper of the Circle: TBA
Demonstrators, Craft and Food Vendors, Sign Language Dancers, Native American Flute Concert, StoryTellers, Childrens Educational Games and much more!
Proceeds will go to support Native Americans with Diabetes and the Support an Elder program.
Primative Camping available for dancers and vendors and there is room for campers also. Please call to register with Candy Lowry event cooridnator 770-466-7517.
October 4th Weekend
Meherrin Indian Tribe
Highway 11
Winton, NC

Native American Intertribal Council TN
Presenting our Annual Spring
Intertribal Fellowship Pow Wow
At the Lick Creek/Dover City Park
Dover, TN
April 29th and 30th, 2006
Hours: Sat. 10:00am to 8:00pm
Sun. 10:00am to 5:00pm
Grand Entry: Sat. 12:30pm & 5:30pm; Sun 12:30pm
$3 for Adults
$1 for Children and Srs

Head Man
Head Lady
Head Veteran TBA
Arena Director

All Native Dancers & Drums are invited to attend
The public is invited to attend, please bring your lawn chairs and join us for Native American Food, Dancing, Flute playing, Storytelling, Craft vendors and more!
For more POW WOW information call: 931-624-8392, Wayne Pressler
or Webmaster Janet Caperton at 931-232-7449.
Or Email us at

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