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Old 02-16-2016, 11:24 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by christinasund View Post
I am wanting my son to participate in his age group for the next available pow wow. He's only a toddler but his grandmother is full blood creek but never participated in any kind of cultural activities. I think its very important for my sons to know this part of their heratige. I don't know anything but a few things that I've read. What kind of outfit does he need to wear for the grass dance? Any specifics I need to incorporate into his outfit and how he should dance?? I'm clueless here so any advice is welcome! Thank you
a grass dance outfit

he can wear beaded headband with rosette or bandana or whatever if just starting out.....no roach needed

where do you live? is there a local powwow community there with REAL (that's important) ndns?
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