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    Hear is all the Information that I know about it right now.
    NOV 4 and 5

    University of Maryland National Powwow, sponsored by the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Education. ( The event will feature dancers, drums, cultural activities, good food and vendors, on the College Park campus at the Nyumburu Cultural Center. Map. ( For more information, contact Dottie Bass by phone at 301-405-5618 or by email to [email protected].


    Will post more when I get more information.
    Last edited by fnordhorn; 08-24-2005, 01:17 AM. Reason: Adding Dates to title

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    More information on event

    The University of Maryland, College Park
    Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Educationand
    The American Indian Heritage and Education Association, Inc.
    celebrate American Indian Heritage Month
    "Honoring Our Students and Veterans" Pow Wow 2005

    General Admission - $5.00 cash (12 years old and older)Veterans, Students, Faculty, and Staff enter Free with UMD ID

    Friday, November 4th
    11:00 am - 7:00 pm
    Grand Entry @ 1:30 pm

    Saturday, November 5th
    10:00 am - 7:00 pm
    Grand Entry at 12:00 pm

    Cole Field HouseUniversity of Maryland College Park CampusCollege Park, MD

    Host Drum: White Oak
    Invited Drum: Eagles Dancing
    MC: Clayton Old Elk
    Arena Director: Jay Hill
    Head Man: Doug Hall
    Head Lady: Margo Williams
    Head Boy: Josh Hill
    Head Girl: Turqouise Williams

    Friday, November 4th
    12:00 pm
    Concert featuring Ron Warren,
    Flutist in Baltimore Room, Stamp Student Union
    8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
    Concert featuring Jazz, Blues, & American Indian Music
    in Cole Field House

    For directions, please contact:
    Dottie Bass, Co-ChairOffice of Multi-Ethnic Student Education(301) 405-5618
    [email protected]

    Educational/Informational Vendors, please contact:
    Gregory V. Hamilton, Co-Chair AIHEA
    (240) 683-6443 [email protected]

    Craft Vendors and Dancers contact:Dana Padgett, Vendor Coordinator(202)316-8445
    [email protected]

    Educational Displays
    World War II Code Talkers Display

    This is an indoor event - rain or shine
    Last edited by fnordhorn; 10-26-2005, 03:44 PM. Reason: Edit times and some information


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