Saturday, 23 Sept., 2017 from 11 am – 5 pm (Grand Entry at noon)

Join us as the University of Waterloo Aboriginal Education Centre at St. Paul’s hosts their 14th annual traditional Pow Wow. Experience First Nations Culture & Celebration with Dancers, Singers, Drummers, Indigenous Crafts, Art, Food and more – something for the whole family!

This year’s Pow Wow is being held in partnership with the City of Waterloo, at Waterloo Park West (100 Westmount Road North), near the bandshell. MAP


Visit our tent for items you will not find anywhere else: the best White Buffalo Sage, Minigan Salve, Bear Growlers – and a selection of Botanicals, Resins, Beads, Shells, Pelts, Clay Pipes and other traditional/historic trade goods!

  • MC: Adrian Harjo
  • Arena Director: Jeff Boyter
  • Head Dancer: Kelly Frantastic Davis
  • Head Dancer: Aronhiáwenrate Brandon Barberstock
  • Head Junior: Maegan Boyter-Mandawoub
  • Head Junior: Marcus Siro
  • Host Drum: Little Creek
  • Co-Host Drum: Anishinabe Nation
  • Invited Drum: Ohnia:kara
  • Invited Drum: Hanyo Nation
  • Invited Drum: Blue Sky Singers
  • Invited Drum: Oneida Longhouse Singers

Admission & Parking are FREE (please bring cash for vendors & food).

The Pow Wow will take place rain or shine.

Water provided on site. Please bring a refillable bottle.

Taking place on the traditional territory of‎ the Chonnonton, Anishnaabe and Haudenosaunee Peoples. The University of Waterloo is situated on the Haldimand Tract, the land promised to the Six Nations that includes six miles on each side of the Grand River.

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