In Native American communities, a pow wow is a social gathering, and it’s become a special (both public and private) event where Native American people can socialize, sing, dance, and connect with their history and traditions.

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During the past 35 years, the Gathering of Nations Pow Wow has grown from a simple event celebrating Native American culture and traditions to the largest pow wow in North America.  If you missed the April 27-29 live stream broadcast of this great event, there’s still time to watch a video recording.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button or select from the video posts located on the media player below ↓     

The 2017 Hunting Moon Pow Wow (Oct 20-22) is a three day event that brings together a number of Native American cultures in celebration to downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. There’s singing, drumming and dancing as well as competitions with big cash prizes.  If you missed the live stream broadcast of this beautiful, powerful event, there’s still time to watch a video recording.  Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button or on the posts located on the video player below ↓  Find out more about Hunting Moon Pow Wows on the website → Here

 

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Feature photo of pow wow dancer (sourced via Wikimedia) is courtesy of Jeff Kubina, CC BY-SA 2.0

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Posted by Zola Zeester

Zola is a vagabond playmaker, the On2In2™ recreation guru and primary source of inspiration for this article. Currently resides at Zeester Media HQ.

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