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PowWow Date
May 10 & 11, 2014

Location
Mariposa Co. Fairgrounds

Tickets
$3.00 Adults
$1.00 Seniors
$1.00 Kids under 5
(Sold at the Gate)

Rain or Shine

Open to the Public


Picture - Traditional DesignOnce a year the American Indian Council of Mariposa County (AICMC) - aka the Southern Sierra Miwuk Nation - organizes a traditional Native American celebration.  To most people this celebration is known as a Pow Wow but, to us it is known as Chi-Tock-Non Kote-U-Pu - a drug-free, alcohol-free, smoke-free Spring Celebration. 

The next event, May 10 - 11, 2014, marks our 21st annual Pow Wow and is important not only as a celebration of our Native American culture, song and dance but, more importantly, helps to fund the Nellie Tucker Scholarship.  At present, the Southern Sierra Miwuk are not Federally recognized and, therefore, do not qualify for the larger Scholarships and Grants that are available to recognized tribes.  The Nellie Tucker scholarship, administered through the AICMC, provides funds for local Native students who are trying to further their education.
 

About Pow Wows Schedule of Events
Types of Dance Head Staff
Pow Wow Protocol Contests
Photo Gallery
 
Picture - Boy Dancer
Picture - Bear Print
For information about this event contact
The AICMC at 209.742.2244

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