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UNITY Powwow

Everyone is invited to come celebrate a weekend filled with Native American Powwow Singing and Dancing. The UNITY Powwow will be held at the Page High School Gym in beautiful Page, Arizona near Lake Powell National Recreational Area.

Enjoy Native American arts and crafts. Experience the beauty of Native American culture and heritage. Grand Entry takes place at 7 pm Friday and at 1 pm and 7 pm on Saturday (Mountain Standard Time). Specials include teen girl's jingle, men's grass, and a couple's hand drum contest. This is a Contest Powwow in all categories. Bring your own chairs and shade for the event.

Vendor space is still available (until March 21st).

UNITY Powwow

Address : Page High School Gym Page AZ
Phone : 982-608-4100   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $5.00 per person, 2-day pass $8.00

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