Join us for the 50th Annual
Ottawa Pow Wow & Celebration

Teepee

August 30, 31, & September 1, 2013

Adawe Park, 11400 S. 613 Rd., Miami, Oklahoma

Labor Day Weekend

This annual event is hosted by the Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma, and continues the tradition of holding no contest dancing, but instead offers dancers ample opportunities to relax, dance and have fun!
Adawe Indian Park offers lots of camping space, electrical hook-ups, and is in close driving range to both Miami, Oklahoma and Baxter Springs, Kansas.

PLENTY OF FREE PARKING — CLEAN & CLOSE TO DANCE ARENA

AUTHENTIC INDIAN TRADERS — FOOD CONCESSION

ALL FREE— PUBLIC WELCOME

 

Head Staff

Head Singer:John David Ballard
Head Man Dancer: Jeff (Dude) Blalock
Head Lady Dancer: Mollie B. King
Arena Directors: Walter Dye
Powwow Princess: Mary Beth (Bootsie Skye) Kihega
Master of Ceremonies:Steve Kinder

No Contests
Just Plenty of Good Dancing and Singing


Expense Money Provided Each Inter-tribal Session for Dressed Dancers and Adult Singers, As Funds Allow

Contact Us

Charla Dawes, Chairman   918-674-2553
Traders contact: Jennifer Lunsford

   P.O. Box 110, Miami, OK 743553
E-mail: info@ottawapowwow.com
Phone: 918-540-1536 or 918-674-2553

Schedule of Events

Friday Aug. 30

6 p.m. Gourd Dance
9 p.m.

Stomp Dance & Social Dances
Cash and major prize drawings for leaders and shell shakers, ages 16 and Up.
(Stomp dance activities sponsored by the Jack and Margaret Blalock Family)

Saturday  Aug. 31

Morning Turkey Dance
Noon Camp Feast
(Feast in honor of Gabe Nichols. Sponsored by Greg Case, Joe Martin, Mariah Tyner, and Dixie Rich)
6 p.m.Gourd Dance
8 p.m. Inter-tribal War Dance followed by Stomp Dance

Sunday  Sept. 1

9 a.m. Indian Junior Olympics
(0–12 years old)
6 p.m.Gourd Dance
8 p.m. Inter-tribal War Dance followed by Stomp Dance

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