Pow Wow – Honoring Native American Victims of Violence

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In Observance of National Crime Victims Week 2014

Honoring Native Americans Indian
Victims of Crime and Violence

4th Annual Pow Wow Celebration
Saturday, April 5th 11am-9pm
& Sunday, April 6th 11am-6pm, 2014

Venice High School  13000 Venice Blvd  Mar Vista, CA 90066

Public Welcome •   Arts and Crafts Vendors • Indian Tacos & Fry Bread
Bring your own Chairs & Canopy

Invited – Golden State Gourd Dance Society |  All Gourd Dancers Welcome

Head Staff
MC: Mike Rifle (Apache)
Arena Director: David Patterson (Sac n Fox Kickapoo)
Head Man Dancer: Chuck Cadette (Dakota)
Head Woman Dancer: Sandra Hale (Navajo)
Our Elder Honoree: Kay Garcia White Cloud
Head Northern Singer: George Funmaker (Spirit Lake Drum, Ho-Chink)
Head Southern Singer: Steve Bohay (Kiowa Sooner Nation)

Native Americans Indian Parents, Families, and Friends of Victims of Violent Crimes and Murder

Co-hosts:

  • Our Children Are Sacred American Indian Education Program of Santa Barbara County – Sponsoring : Men’s Fancy Dance Special- Tiny Tots Special
  • City of Angeles Two Spirit Society (CATSS) Sponsoring ~ Adult Women’s 50 Years & over categories combined
  • Alliance of Native Americans of Southern California (ANASCA)
  • Idle No More Los Angeles/ Idle No More Venice Sponsoring ~ Teen Girls Jingle

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[column col=”1/2″]Venice High Pow Wow March 2014

Saturday Evening Meal

Dedicated to Monte Roubideaux Otoe, Kiowa. Monte was employed with Sherman Indian School, Riverside, California.

Wall of Remembrance

For families that want to display photos, articles, or other memorabilia of their loved ones. We ask that you assemble these on a poster board for easy display and transport.

Please send photos of loved ones to: BenWolf11Kiowa@yahoo.com
405-532-5997 | 323-543-5997

Photo and Ad deadline for booklet is March 20th

Not Responsible for Accidents, Thefts, or Injuries. No Drugs or Alcohol Allowed | No Dogs
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