Our 2011 Pow Wow is promising to be the best, by far, yet. Mike Thunderstone already has a long list of news items to share.

6th Annual Beaver Lodge Pow Wow
Saturday & Sunday, September 24 & 25, 2011

Come enjoy the day, learn about Native American crafts, dancing, drumming, storytelling, and much more... bring the family and experence Native American culture in a good way.

— Mike Thunderstone

Mark your calendar. We have a full schedule of music, stories, and more!

Drums

Sacred Spirits

Our host drum, traveling from Westbrook, Maine, to join us

Silver Hawk Singers

We all Travel together on different paths going to the same place.

Cory Giove, Pat Dunn, Peter "Searching Owl" Giove, Forest Giove, Lauritz Andersen, and Mac Newman. We are an intertribal drum from many nation's brought together by unity and respect for our heritage and the drum.

— Silver Hawk Singers on www.facebook.com

Sacred Earth Singers

A fortunate last-minute encounter in 2010 brought this drum to Beaver Lodge Pow Wow. We welcome them, again, in 2011.

Mountain Spirit Singers

Mountain Spirit, it seems, coordinates many of the early and mid-summer Pow Wows in New Hampshire. For the first time, we welcome them to ours!

Music and Special Events

Stephen Standing Owl

Enchanting Native American flute music

Timbered Lake

Accoustic guitar and Native percussion
An on-site, Saturday-evening concert event is under serious consideration. Please watch for updates!

Confirmed Vendors

Elksbear Creatives

Mark and Gail Elksbear of Worcester, Massachusetts

Paul Black Otter

Artist from Waterville, Maine

Under the Rose Tree Jewelry

Judy Beauchemin and Val Houle from Manchester, New Hampshire

New on May 4, 2011:

Mesa Farm Crafts

Native American Indian Jewelry and Crafts by Barbara Shiningstar of Blue Hill, Maine

Stillwater Flutes & Windsong Herbal

Stillwater flutes, Standing Bear Drums,and Windsong Herbal carries beautiful handcrafted native flutes in several styles, hand drums as well as powwow drums, and a wide variety of smudging supplies, herbs and tea blends, crystals, and stones.

— Stillwater Flutes ⁄ Standing Bear Drums ⁄ Windsong Herbal on www.facebook.com


(We will be adding more names as we receive them.)

Feasting

Then & Now Native Foods

Thanks to Wanda, Ray and Family, we welcome them to our powwow family..great food, great people ..check out there new menu at www.thenandnownativefood.com/menu.html

— Mike Thunderstone

 
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