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Rolling Thunder

presents

The 27th Annual Cherokee County Indian Festival

& Mother's Day Powwow

at

Boling Park

1098 Marietta Hwy ~ Canton, GA 30114

 

Saturday, May 7, 2016  10am - 6pm

Sunday, May 8, 2016  11am - 6pm

 

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FAQs | Rack Card | Schedule

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Interested in Sponsoring this event?

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Everyone is welcome!!

 

The powwow and festival will feature:

Native American Dance Competition

Native dancers only; see dance competition rules and

         prize money breakdown. Click, Here.

Grand Entry will be at 1:00 pm Saturday and Sunday.

Host Drum: Red Boys

Emcee: Jody Gaskin

Arena Director: Anthony Lett

Saturday feast for singers, dancers, performers and sponsors

Warriors on horseback

Native film and TV stars

Native American cuisine such as buffalo, gator tail, roasted corn,

     Indian frybread and more

Native arts and crafts

Hoop dancers and Aztec dancers

Tipis, wigwam and living Indian village and displays

Northern Plains encampment

Primitive skills: flint knapping, fire by friction, hide tanning, and archery

Environmental and wildlife displays

Our friends from Save the Horses rescue group

Train Rides from Wayne’s Train

Pony Rides, Rock Wall, Bungee Jump

Kids activities and much more

Mother’s Day Honor Dance both days

 

Tickets on sale at the gate:

Adults (13 years and up):   $15

 Children (6-12 years old):  $5

5 years and under: FREE

 

General Information:

   770-735-6275

  rollingthunder34@ymail.com

 

*Vendor spaces still available

**Acts are subject to change without notice.

**No pets allowed- this does not apply to Service Dogs.

**This is a rain or shine event**

 

 

 

Native American Clipart supplied by First People - A large site about Native Americans and members of the First Nations.

 

 

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