Come Join us at this year’s Katarokwi Pow Wow on May 26, 2017. Plenty of time to patch those mocassins and shine up them beads. See you there!

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Welcome to Kingston.

bii-dji-jaa-shig Katarokwi, te’kwanonwerá:ton tsi tka’taróhkwen, boozhoo kaki-nah kape-sha-weh Kingston, n’bim-a-cohn Kingston, pjila’si Kingston, wahcheeyak missawai otah Kingston, miyoonakishkatoohk Kingston, hòkahé ektá Kingston, oki Kingston, tunngasugit Kingston, aqana Kingston.

“Let us bring our good minds and hearts together as one, to honour and celebrate these traditional lands as a gathering lace of the Original peoples and their Ancestors…” City of Kingston Official Recognition Statement received June 2, 2015.

SHARING THE TEACHINGS COMMUNITY GATHERING AND CHILDREN’S POW WOW
POW WOW EVENT

Honourary Host Drum Big Train
Eagle Staff Carrier(s) Christina Bendevis
Master of Ceremonies Greg Dreaver “Mista Wasis”
Arena Director Paul Carl
Fire Keeper Onagatay
Female Elder (TBD)
Male Elder Ross Saunders
Head Veteran Joseph Burke, CD.
Head Male Dancer Bernard Nelson
Head Female Dancer Tammy Nelson
Head Male Youth Dancer Theland Kicknosaway
Head Female Youth Dancer Shemia Nelson

634

Number of First Nation communities in Canada

53

Number of Inuit Communities in Canada

8

Number of Metis Settlements in Canada

Proud Sponsors of Katarokwi Pow Wow 2017