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Old 06-17-2005, 01:01 PM   #1
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Pi-ume-sha Treaty Days in Warm Springs, OR

Does anyone have info on this pow-wow. I know it June 24th-26th. Any hotels besides Ka-nee-tah Resort? Host drum? You know all that good stuff... I'm trying to decide which to go to: Mukelshoot (sp), Ft. Washakie, or Pi-ume-sha.
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Does anyone have info on this pow-wow. I know it June 24th-26th. Any hotels besides Ka-nee-tah Resort? Host drum? You know all that good stuff... I'm trying to decide which to go to: Mukelshoot (sp), Ft. Washakie, or Pi-ume-sha.
I'm not sure about Ft. Washakie but Muckleshoot Sobriety Pow-wow is July 22, 23, & 24, 2005, as for Pi-Ume-Sha, other than KahNeeTah, there are motels in Madras, about 15 miles from Warm Springs, OR. Also you can camp there, there's a place to shower I think? They have moon rooms toos, (out houses) and it is June 24-26th, look up www.nwpowwows.com.
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I would love to go to Pi-Ume-Sha at Warm Springs ,Oregon. It is always a good time there . Being from Arizona I usually try and make a trip up there to visit my cousins . I would suggest that if you go that you try to make the events . Go for a early morning run and meet everyone. The Parade is cool . And then go and check out the Hot Springs in the evening . Later peeps .
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