American Native Events


This page is a collection of various

American Native social events including:

Pow Wows, concerts, political rallies, seminars,

as well as gallery and museum openings.


Firewoman and Walkingfox in Amesbury, Massachusetts.


In memory:

This will be a very difficult season for many of us here in New England,

for we have lost a very special woman who can never be forgotten or replaced.

For those of us who were fortunate to have known and loved her, Firewoman

was a passionate, powerful person who did not understand "no or defeat".

She always gave everything she had to everything she did.

I am grateful for the many words of wisdom and encouragement that

she gave me and regret only that there was not more time to learn.

I will think of her wonderful laugh and cherish the many times that we talked.

Rest in peace Firewoman, knowing that you always gave your best.

You are missed~



Remembering the sacrifices our ancestors have made:

NARF - This Month in History



Past pow wows

All photos by Donna Jones

Grandfather Three Bears
at a Massachusetts pow wow.


Walkingfox and Grandfather
Chuck Finch in New Hampshire.

Grandfather Finch, Walkingfox and James Gamache in New Hampshire.

James Gamache with Walkingfox in New Hampshire.


Dean Stanton, Candece Tarpley and Walkingfox.

Walkingfox and Dean Stanton in Rhode Island.

Walkingfox with Generations drummer
Renato at Gloucester, Massachusetts.

Walkingfox and Sister Judy at Firewoman's
 pow wow in Gloucester.


Walkingfox with Seneca Tonawanda Valerie Parker and son Jaden from Akron, New York.

Walkingfox and Nicholas Paul a Passamaquoddy Maliseet from Indian Township, Maine.



These are but a few of the many

web sites with pow wow listings.

Please remember to always verify all

dates, times and locations for any pow wow,

as they can change or be cancelled with very

little notice due to weather, funding or other.

500 Nations Calendar

Gathering of Nations Calendar

People's Path Calendar

Snow Owl's Calendar



Autry Museum
At Griffith Park
Los Angeles, California
(323) 667-2000


Buffalo Bill Historical Center
720 Sheridan Ave.
Cody, Wyoming
(307) 587-4771


30 Ramey Street
Collinsville, Illinois
(Just East of St. Louis)
(618) 346-5160


Eiteljorg Museum
500 Washington Street
Indianapolis, Indiana
(317) 636-WEST


Frisco Native American Museum
Hiway 12
On Hatteras Island
The Outer Banks
Frisco, North Carolina
(252) 995-4440


Hallie Ford Museum of Art
Willamette University
900 State Street
Salem, Oregon
(503) 370-6855


Heard Museum
2301 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, Arizona
(602) 252-8848


Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
710 Camino Lejo
On Museum Hill, off Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, New Mexico
(505) 476-1250


National Museum of the American Indian
One Bowling Green
New York, New York
(212) 514-3700


National Museum of the American Indian
On the National Mall
Fourth Street and Independence Ave. S.W.
Washington, D.C.
(202) 633-1000


Penn Museum
3260 South Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
(215) 898-4000


Other Cultural Events


Americans for the Arts - Events




Cahokia Mounds Events Calendar


EPA Calendar of Events


HUD Calendar of Events


National Congress of American Indians Calendar


Today, begins an email/faxing campaign,

urging Prison authorities to permit Leonard Peltier

to begin receiving the urgent medical care,

which to this date, he has been denied.

This page has a petition and information about Leonard


Click on me to send an email





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