LEBANON – The ninth annual Eastern Woodland PowWow will take place Saturday and Sunday, July 3 and 4, on River Road off Route 202 in Lebanon in York County, near the New Hampshire border.

This event will feature Native American music and dancing, flute players, a storyteller for the children, craft vendors, food vendors, native drumming and cultural displays. The dance arbor is completely shaded, so people can bring lawn chairs and watch the dancers in their regalia, join in on the social dances and relax to the sounds of drums and flutes.

The grand entry begins at noon. People will have an opportunity to visit and talk with many representatives of various tribes.

Proceeds will benefit the diabetic program for elders and school supplies for Passamaquoddys.

The site will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission: $4; children under 6, free. Parking is free.

FMI: call (207) 457-1955 or e-mail [email protected]


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