Natchez Powwow

 

A TRADITIONAL CAMP FEED FOR ALL SINGERS, HEAD STAFF, DANCERS AND FRIENDS AND FAMILY WILL BE SERVED SATURDAY EVENING AT 5 PM. THIS MEAL IS PREPARED BY LARRY AND PAULINE TSOSIE AND FAMILY. THIS FAMILY IS FROM THE RED ROCK, TULSA AND CLAREMORE AREAS OF OKLAHOMA.  IN MEMORY OF MR. VERNON ATKINS AND OTHER FRIENDS AND FAMILY WHO HAVE LEFT US AND HAVE PASSED ON FROM THIS LIFE.

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Native American crafts will be available for purchase throughout the weekend.

Craft and Food Booths open 10 am on Saturday and 11 am on Sunday.

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Powwow participants are allowed to camp on the grounds. Camping is rough. Some firewood is available. There is an area for RV parking but there are no hook-ups.

Bring your lawn chairs for seating at the dance arena. Benches will be available for dancers.

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The Grand Village of the Natchez Indians is administered by the Mississippi Dept of Archives and History

For more information: Powwow Chairman Dr. Chuck Borum

131 Jefferson Davis Blvd. Suite F, Natchez, MS 39120

Work Phone 601-442-0200 Home Phone 601-446-5117

cborum @ hotmail.com

Grand Village of the Natchez Indians 601-446-6502

For info on the city of Natchez and where to stay click the link below:

http://www.natchez.ms.us/

To go to the Grand Village Website for more information and pictures click the link below:

http://mdah.state.ms.us/hprop/gvnievents.html

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