Our family friendly event has something for everyone.At our powwow you'll experience Native music, drumming, singing, dancing, traditional regalia, flute playing, story telling, art and craft vendors, food, raffles, cultural activities and teachings, etc. Come and meet some of the different and fascinating people that populate our powwow campground for this weekend. They represent tribal nations from around New England, across the nation and beyond. You should not to miss this unique and exciting event. You'll be entertained, enlightened, and have a really great time!
Everyone is welcome! Our Powwow is open to the public and very inclusive of people from all walks of life. Hours are: Saturday 10-5pm; Sunday 10-4pm. Entry into the Powwow is free, but please be aware that the campsite has a $5 fee to park.
Treasure Valley has been our powwow home for 10 years now. Our village will be set up down at the actual Boy Scout campground. If you remember us from our time at Rutland State Park, you can now come down the road a bit and join us again at Treasure Valley. From Rt.122, turn onto Pleasantdale Road and follow the Powwow signs right to us (394 Pleasantdale Road, Rutland, MA). Come and check us out; you'll have a great time! See you all there!
Many Nations, Many Traditions, One Family.
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Worcester Inter-Tribal Indian Center's 39th Annual Native American Heritage Powwow is on again in 2022! Our new flyer will be available here soon! Please check back soon.
A powwow is a Native American cultural festival; where the traditions and values of Native American people are shared and celebrated. If you ever had an interest in learning more about Native American culture, our powwow is a fun and engaging way to experience our heritage and community.