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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