A wonderful collection of crafts, food, cultural presentations, workshops, dancing & drums from many First Nations – two days of fun & education for the whole family!
Among other presenters this year, Seika will be sharing her knowledge about Haudenosaunee style clay pipes (like the ones we have for sale). Their history/use, how they’re made and how to recognize pieces in the field.
Where: 1600 Attawandaron Rd., London, ON MAP
Parking/Shuttle: Accessible Parking ONLY onsite. There is Free parking at Saint Marguerite schools with free ongoing shuttle bus rides to and from the Museum provided by Elgie Bus Lines. The Shuttle Buses run continuously between the Museum and Saint Marguerite from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Read more here: http://museumpowwow.ca/parking/ Pow Wow dancers may be dropped off at the entrance to MOA’s parking lot but must park offsite.
Admission: by donation (please bring cash for the merchants/food – no ATM on site)
- Host Drum: Eagle Flight Singers (London/Toronto)
- Invited Drum: Snye Creek (Walpole Island)
- Smoke Dance Singer: Regis Cook (Onondaga, NY)
- MC: Gordon Nicotine-Snads
- Arena Director Dennis Whiteeye
- Head Veteran: Cliff Henry
- Head Judge: Lorna Crysler
- Head Female Dancer: Summer John
- Head Male Dancer: Mason Sands