Heading down the Powwow Trail

German, Amy
May 2013
Nation (1206-2642);5/31/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 15, p22
A calendar of Powwow events for the Aboriginal community in Canada and the U.S. in summer of 2013 is presented including the Pictou Landing Annual Powwow in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia on June 102, Peace River's 18th Annual Aboriginal Gathering and 10th Annual Powwow on the Peace River Ag Grounds in Alberta on June 8-9, and the Spirit Bear Powwos in Enfield, Maine on June 8-9.


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