Thursday, August 9, 2012

Parkers Maple Barn Annual Pow Wow
Mason, NH

Pow Wows were originally held in the spring to celebrate the new beginning of life. It was a time for people to get together, sing, dance, renew old friendships and make new ones.

Today Pow Wows, or celebrations, are very much a part of the lives of many Native Americans. Pow Wows are a mixture of celebration, social gatherings and friendly dance competitions, shared by the " Generations" of people. But, as the sacred thread that runs through all life, there are sacred traditions to be found in this coming together of people.
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Pow Wows vary in size and are held throughout the country. The Parker’s Pow Wow is a small intimate one and an ideal way to start it you have never been to one. You need not be Native American to attend but in many cases exhibitors are required to be of Native descent.

HONOR THE SPIRIT • Ninth Annual Gathering of Native Americans •
Powwow & Celebration • Saturday and Sunday • Generally held in September.

Parkers Maple Sugar Barn • 1316 Brookline Road • Mason, NH 03048 • (603) 878-2308 or (800) 832-2308 • •

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