Nanticoke Indian Association's 38th Annual Powwow This Weekend

Sep 07, 2013 -- 8:51am

The Nanticoke Indian Association will be hosting its annual powwow this weekend.

The 38th annual powwow will begin today in Oak Orchard. Visitors can get in to the powwow for $10 per car, $5 per motorcycle and $2 per person on a bus. Walk-in admission is $2 for adults and $1 for children. Signs will be posted along Route 24 between Route 1 and Route 113 to guide visitors to the parking area and the powwow site.

The Grand Entry of flag bearers and American Indian dancers will begin at noon, with a second dance session beginning at 4. On Sunday, the powwow will begin with an outdoor worship service at 10 a.m., followed by another Grand Entry and dancing at 1 p.m. The powwow will feature plenty of food and Native American arts and crafts.

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