Odawa Pow Wow - Next Weekend, May 23-24, 2015

May 17, 2015

The 39th annual Odawa Pow Wow is coming up next weekend in Ottawa. It's going to be a great time - Everyone is welcome! There will be plenty of dancing, singing + drumming, aboriginal cuisine and vendors selling a wide variety of arts and crafts.

Location: Wesley Clover Park 401 Corkstown Road. (Ottawa, Ontario)

Cover: $10 at the gate, $5 for seniors 60 years+, and children 12 and under get in for free. Camping is available. 

Gates Open @ 10:00 A.M Saturday, May 23, Grand Entry at Noon.
Gates Open @ 10:00 A.M Sunday, May 24, Grand Entry at Noon.

Host Drum: Black Bear
Head Man: Charles Belisle
Head Lady: Cassie Thomas
MC: Greg Mista Wasis Dreaver
Arena Director: Dale Matasawagon
Head Veteran: John McComber

Check out the Facebook event - General Inquiries: odawapowwowinfo@gmail.com

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