The Thunderbird Intertribal Council is hosting their annual Powwow Nov. 4-6, 2016. Celebrate Native American and Alaskan Heritage Month with activities educating the local community about Native Americans and their role in the past and the present. The event is to promote cultural understanding, and to encourage participation and
goodwill between Native and non-Native persons.
Location: Twin Oaks Park, FL-85, Niceville, FL 32578
Schedule of events
Children’s Day: 9 am – 2 pm; Powwow: 7pm Grand Entry; Intertribal Dancing into the night
Craft Competition: 10 am – 11 am; Special Performances: 11 am – 1 pm
Grand Entry & Opening Ceremonies: 1 pm, followed by Intertribal, Exhibition, Competition Dancing until 5 pm
Night Grand Entry: 7 pm followed by Intertribal Dancing, Dance Exhibitions & Competitions into the night
Church Service: 10 am-11 am: at the Arena
Intertribal dancing, dance exhibitions, competitions winners: Noon to 4 pm
Powwow: $5; $3 – Age 12 and younger
Children’s Day: $3
For more information, go to www.thunderbirdpowwow.org or call Kirby Locklear 850-863-5311 or Glenn Farmer 850-678-7714.
NO DRUGS OR ALCOHOL ALLOWED
Service Animals Only
Sponsored by The Eglin Native American Heritage Observance Month Committees & the Thunderbird Intertribal Council, Inc.