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Native American Recognition Days (NARD) Powwow

Starting date:

Always call # confirm
Event# (602)885-1103

Event Details

"Ancestral Treasures: Expressions through art, music and dance" . All singers and drum groups welcome.
Hosted by: Central High School Multicultural Committee


Schedule of Events
11 a.m. - Gourd Dance
12 p.m. (noon) - Grand Entry
4 p.m. - Supper Break
5 p.m. - Gourd Dance
6 p.m. - Grand Entry
10 p.m. Closing

Arts and Crafts booth Contact Information
Lorraine Shirley
(602)672-7820

Arts and Craft booths: $75.00
(10x12, set up 8 a.m.)
(Vendors are prohibit from walking around to sell, items will be confiscated)
*BRING YOUR OWN SET UP*

THIS IS A FAMILY EVENT NO ALCOHOL/DRUGS ALLOWED ON EVENT PROPERTY. PUHSD/CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ACCIDENTS, THEFTS, INJURIES, OR DAMAGES.

Native American Recognition Days (NARD) Powwow

Address : Central High School 4525 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ Phoenix AZ
Phone : (602)885-1103   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : bhuskon@cox.net

Admission Fee : Free Admission/Open to the public

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