Oshke-Kno-Kewewen Traditional Pow Wow

May 25, 2019
09:00am

http://PokagonPowWow.com

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The wonderful culture of the Potawatomi is showcased Memorial Day Weekend at the Oshke-Kno-Kewewen Traditional Pow Wow. Located on tribal land at Rodgers Lake on Sink Road, the event features Native American dancing, singing and drumming, traditional foods and works of art. For more information call (269) 782.8998 or visit the website above.

 

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