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Across Oklahoma, American Indian tribes will hold powwows throughout 2012.

Gazette staff January 4th, 2012

Throughout Oklahoma, American Indian tribes celebrate their rich heritage and culture in powwow celebrations. Below is a schedule of powwows for 2012:

Spotted Bird Powwow
April 6-8
Elk City Convention Center


Symposium of the American Indian Powwow
April 13-14
Northeastern State University
Tahlequah

Azalea Powwow

April 14
Muskogee Convention Center


Talihina Indian Festival Powwow

April 14
Talihina Public School Gym


Miami Nation Tribal Powwow

June 1-2
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Arena
Miami


Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival

June 8-10
Cox Convention Center 1
Myriad Gardens


Tinker Inter-Tribal Council Powwow

June 9
Joe Barnes Regional Park
Midwest City


Inter-Tribal Children’s Powwow & Fun Fest

June 9
11400 S. 613 Rd.
Miami


Peoria Powwow 

June 22-23
Ottawa-Peoria Cultural Center
Miami


Tonkawa Tribal Powwow

June 22-24
Fort Oakland
Tonkawa


Quapaw Tribal Powwow

July 6-8
Quapaw Tribal Grounds
Quapaw


Sac & Fox Nation Powwow

July 12-15
Sac & Fox Nation Tribal Grounds
Stroud


Oklahoma Indian Nations Powwow

Aug. 3-5
Concho Powwow Grounds


Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival & Powwow

Aug. 30-Sept.
3 Choctaw Nation Capital Grounds
Tuskahoma


Ottawa Powwow & Celebration 

Aug. 31-Sept.
2 Adawe Park
Miami


Wyandotte Nation Tribal Powwow

Sept. 7-9
Wyandotte Nation Tribal Grounds
Wyandotte


Eastern Shawnee Tribal Powwow

Sept. 14-16
Tribal Grounds
Wyandotte


Standing Bear Powwow

Sept. 28-29
Standing Bear Park
Ponca City


Comanche Homecoming Powwow

Sept. 28-30
Sultan Park
Walters


Comanche Nation Fair

Sept. 28-30
Comanche Nation Complex
Lawton


Keetoowah Cherokee Celebration

Oct. 5-6
Keetoowah Tribal Grounds
Tahlequah

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