Homecoming Powwow Assoc. Annual Native American Powwow

Participants and spectators are treated to Native American intertribal dancing on Friday & Saturday evening and Saturday & Sunday afternoon, a crafts competition, tipi demonstration, educational sessions and Native American music & cuisine. Vendors from all over the country will be selling and trading everything from beads and leather goods to herbs, pottery and Native American regalia.

Homecoming Powwow Association (HPWA) was founded in 2012 by an eclectic group of enthusiasts, artisans, craftsmen, teachers and students dedicated to sustaining and celebrating Native American culture and traditions. Our goal is to host and promote an annual family-friendly, learning and recreational event that is enjoyed by our supporters and the visiting public. The annual powwow is a family-friendly gathering, boasting a 3-day multinational event, featuring leaders and groups from various Native American tribes from across Florida and the U.S.

Location

Lake Park County Park
17302 N. Dale Mabry
Lutz, FL 33548
United States
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