15th Annual Social Powwow brings tribes together for dancing, drums and fun
PAHRUMP, Nev. (Nov. 12, 2013) — Celebrate Native American heritage at the Pahrump Social Powwow, Nov. 22 – 24, 2013 at Petrack Park in Pahrump, Nev. With the theme “Honor the Warrior,” this year marks the 15th annual powwow in Pahrump.
This three day event brings together multiple tribes from the surrounding areas including the Western Shoshone, Paiute, Navajo, Sioux, Cherokee, Cree and Blackfoot as well as others. Festivities include dancing competitions, drums and music, authentic Native American fare and more than 30 craft vendors featuring hand-made Native American goods available for purchase. The powwow also has a spiritual side where participants gather to give thanks and veterans are honored.
Special guests at 2013 Social Powwow include the Apache Crown Dancers, Aztec Dancers and Gourd Dancers. Experience beautiful Native American dances and elaborate, colorful regalia throughout the weekend.
To learn more about the Pahrump Social Powwow, visit online or contact Paula Elefante at 775-209-3444.
Pahrump, Nev., an hour west of Las Vegas and an hour east of Death Valley, is telling its story of extremes. From top-notch wineries and the largest specialty coffee roaster in Southern Nevada to Front Site Firearms Institute, Mountain Fall Golf Club and Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch, it’s very evident Pahrump can and does fulfill any and everyone’s desire for adventure. It’s all just part of the reason Pahrump is “Your Base Camp To Adventure.” Along with everything found in town, there are quite a few adventures awaiting just a few miles away – hiking, geocaching, camping, motorsports and more. Suffice to say, there’s plenty going on in and around Pahrump. Let the adventures begin. For lodging, event calendar and itineraries, visit online or call 775-727-5107.
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