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Kaw Inter-Tribal Pow Wow

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Event# 620-767-5410

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Kaw Nation and the Friends of Kaw Heritage hosts annual Pow Wow showcasing dancers from regions, food, arts & crafts, and educational programs. Fri. and Sat 6:30pm.

Kaw Inter-Tribal Pow Wow

Address : Kaw Mission State Historic Site, 500 N. Mission Council Grove KS
Phone : 620-767-5410   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : kawmission@kshs.org

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Admission Fee : Advance button $5, at Festival $6, Children $1

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