Join Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum for our Annual Powwow
Two fun-filled days of music, dancing, storytelling, special exhibits.
Quality vendors selling Native American Arts. Crafts and Supplies. Enjoy the traditional and contemporary foods available to fill every appetite.
Head Man Dancer: Larry Thetford, Crow
Head Lady Dancer: Lee Willette, Annishnaabe
Jr Head Man Dancer: Michael Sobolewski, Abenaki
Jr Head Lady Dancer: Nami Cook, Abenaki/Mohawk/Lumbee/Muskogee
Host Drum: Walking Bear Singers
Guest Drum(s): Black Thunder Singers, Blackstone Valley Singers
The Heartbeat of the People
Music is an integral part of Native American culture and there are few better opportunities to appreciate it’s beauty and complexity than at a traditional powwow. The drum is often heralded as the “heartbeat of the people” and MKIM is fortunate to host several of the best Northern and Southern style drums in New England for their annual powwow.
Admissions: Members Adults $5.00 Member Children under 12 free
Not yet Members Adults $10.00 Children Ages 6-12 $5.00 Family $30.00 5 and under free Native Americans free
For more information call 603-456-2600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org