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    Probably going to take a job in Parker AZ..don't know the area. Anyone want to give me an idea of the powwows in that area or just general information? Thanks.

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    Originally posted by JustAddWater
    Probably going to take a job in Parker AZ..don't know the area. Anyone want to give me an idea of the powwows in that area or just general information? Thanks.
    There are others, but the following is what I can come up with right off the top of my head:

    Mul-Cha-Tha - Sacaton, AZ - January
    Sells - Sells, AZ - February
    Canyon Echoes - Chinle, AZ - March
    Wa:K - San Xavier, AZ - March
    Apache Gold - Globe, AZ - March
    YouthFest - Chinle, AZ - March
    UA Wildcat - Tucson, AZ - March
    NAU - Flagstaff, AZ - April
    ASU - Tempe, AZ - April
    Madison School District - Phoenix, AZ - May
    Hondah Casino - Pinetop, AZ - June
    Cliff Castle Casino - Camp Verde, AZ - July
    Hualapai - Peach Springs, AZ - July
    Peach Festival - Supai, AZ - August
    Central Navajo Fair - Chinle, AZ - August
    Navajo Nation Fair - Window Rock, AZ - September
    Colorado River Indian Tribes - Parker, AZ - October
    Western Navajo Fair - Tuba City, AZ - October
    Mesa - Mesa, AZ - October
    Red Mountain Eagle - Scottsdale, AZ - November
    Orme Day Victory Days Celebration - Fort McDowell, AZ - November
    Last edited by xTekno; 03-15-2005, 07:58 PM.

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      You're also that much closer to southern Cali and southern Nevada Powwows. There are some good ones. Have fun and happy trails. Stay indoors during summer. lol

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        AZ Powwows

        Aside from what is listed from Techno, there are some good ones in New Mexico also. Utah?? only in the Northern Parts they have good powwows. Also in Arizona, you can find powwows in between the ones listed, just get on the indin grapevine. I hope it helps.

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