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16th Annual Inter-Tribal Pow Wow, Sept. 1-3, 2006 —
Arena Director: Timothy Robinson, Omaha
Shawnee County Allied Tribes Mission: To perpetuate the heritage of the Native American Indian by promoting greater understanding and appreciation of Native American Indian history, culture, lore and art. We are dedicated to making a difference.
Shawnee County Allied Tribes do not discriminate as to national origin, sex, race, religion, color, or handicap.
Schedule of Events:
SATURDAY & SUNDAY:
GOOD IDEAS: Dress for weather—caps, hats, sun glasses, umbrellas, and sun screen. Seating is limited. Bring a lawn chair. Remember, this is Kansas and we usually have a misture of Mother Nature's gifts. LOCK YOUR CAR.
ACTIVITES: Pow Wow dancing throughout the day and evening. Cultural sessions as posted Saturday and sunday. Native American Indian food and craft vandors were on site.
LODGING: Camping: Tipi and tent camping is free for Pow Wow participants at the Pow Wow grounds. RV camping is available nearby at the RV camp grounds (yes, they do charge). No drugs or alcohol allowed in the camping areas. Motels: for more information please contact the Topeka Convention and Visitors Bureau at 785-234-1030 or www.visittopeka.travel/
SAFETY: First aid and security personnel were on duty. Security was provided by uniformed personnel.
Shawnee County Allice Tribes, Inc. is NOT responsible for accidents, theft, etc.
ZERO TOLERANCE POW WOW: Shawnee County Allied Tribes, Inc. does not tolerate persons who are intoxicated with alcohol or drugs at this event. Such person(s) will not be admitted until sober. If such person(s) are inside the Pow Wow grounds, they will be escorted from the grounds.
Photos © 2006 Carol Yoho
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