, 2022-08-02 02:00:00,
Hudson Fields of Milton will play host to the 44th Annual Nanticoke Indian Tribe Powwow on Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11. The powwow grounds are located at Hudson Fields, 30045 Eagle Crest Road, Milton.
The powwow grounds will open at 10 am and the Grand Entrance with a parade of dancers on Saturday will be at noon. Sunday morning begins with a worship service at 8:30 am and the Grand Entrance on Sunday is at noon. Native American food and craft vendors open at 10 am on Saturdays and Sundays. The event closes every day at 7 pm
“Our tribal community wants to share our voices, customs and traditions. While Tribe members do request that people ask permission before taking pictures of people, they highly encourage people to ask questions,” organizers noted.
Vendors selling food, music, jewelry, souvenirs, arts and crafts, beads, leather, and gift items are expected. A kids’ corner will have face painting and crafts to make and take. Host drummers will be from Red Blanket from New Jersey and Stoney Creek from North Carolina.
In conjunction with the powwow, a car show, open to all classes of vehicles, is being organized in association with the South Delaware Street Wheelers Association. The dance is also planned to be expanded, to include Aztec dancers; an interactive bird exhibit with the Delaware Museum of Natural…
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