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The Fairfax Pavilion (Big Red Barn)|142 Bolinas Rd., Fairfax, CA | Map

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All are welcome to the 1st Annual Marin Powwow as we join in celebration of the Indigenous communities that live and work in Marin, on Coast Miwok land.  Since 1968 the Marin American Indian Alliance has been a place where Indigenous folks get together to share traditions, songs, dances, prayer, so we are excited to have this opportunity to bring folks together in this good way.  Native people are people of ceremony. Between all the various Nations represented in the Bay Area there is a wide variety of traditions about welcoming the springtime, but we can all agree that getting together to sing and dance after the challenges of winter, is an important and welcome celebration.  Hosted by Marin American Indian Alliance and Sponsored by Marin Community Foundation. Free Admission Host Staff MC: Manny Lieras Arena Director: Reuben Crowfeather (Standing Rock Hunkpapa) Head Gourd Dancer: TBD Host Northern Drum: All Nations Host Southern Drum: Red Buffalo Head Woman Dancer: Teresa Littlebird (Northern Cheyenne) Head Man Dancer: Darren Hensen (Keetoowah Cherokee) Head Girl Dancer: TBD Head Boy Dacer: TBD Traditional Powwow (no contest) Azteca Dancing: Mixcoalt Hawaiian Dance Group: Halau Hula Na Pua O Ka La’akea California Indian Dance Group: Sonoma County Pomo Dancers Turtle Island Award Presentation Native American Arts & Crafts Vendors Native American Food Vendors Raffle Chair, Mary Kitchens, mary.kitchens@yahoo.com or 415-342-2049 Becky, Publicity Coordinator, becky@native-expressions.com or 831-295-7562 This is a drug & alcohol free event.