**JANUARY

January
Annual Indian River Native American Festival
Silver Sands Arena,
625 Tomoka Farms Road (C. R.#415)
New Smyrna Beach, Florida 32168
Contact: 904-424-0860 (Vendors by invitation.)

**FEBRUARY

February
Annual Native American Inter-Tribal
“Arts & Crafts Festuvak & Gathering”
At the Market of Marion, Belleview, Florida
Contact: Jamie Nemeth, phone: 352-821-0256

February
Annual Seminole Tribal Festival/Pow Wow & PRCA Rodeo”
At the Seminole Festival Grounds, Hollywood, Florida
Contact: Buster Baxley 954-967-3434
Offical web site of the Seminole Tribe

February
Annual Mountain Man Rendezvous
and Native American Gathering/Pow Wow
Mondon Hill Road, Brooksville, Florida
Contact: Billy Rainwater 352-797-0324
Or email Spirit Wing: westwing@atlantic.net

February
Great American Trader Days
Central Florida Muskogee Creek Tribe
Panther Bend, Dade City, Florida
Phone: 850-342-3311 or 813-884-1936

February
Vero’s Thunder on the Beach Pow-wow
February 15-17, 2008
Indian River County Fairgrounds,
58th. Ave 1670 11th Pl.
Vero Beach, Florida, 32960

We are proud to welcome Ray Thunderhawk to our
event this year. Ray’s Thunderhawk Big Cat
Rescue will be showing his Beautiful Tigers
and other large Cats. Please come this will
eally move you deep down in your heart. We
have 30 wonderful artist booths and ethnic
foods, Singers, Flute players, dancers, and
very talented drums. We are looking forward
to seeing all of you at the pow-wow.

Contact: Dona Chesser, phone: 772-567-1579
1670 11th place, Vero Beach, FL 32960
E-Mail: deedee1579@aol.com

**MARCH

March
The Annual Chasco Fiestaâ„¢
First Chasco – 1922, Held continuously since 1947
in New Port Richey, Pasco County, Florida
Most Events held in Sims Park
6341 Bank Street, New Port Richey, Florida 34652
Future Dates:
March 27 – April 6, 2008
March 19 – 29, 2009

March
Discover Native America Pow-Wow
Eckerd College Campus
St. Petersburg, Florida
Discover Native America: Pow-wow
and Native American Indian Festival
sponsored by the Seminole Tribe of Florida
Held on the campus of Eckerd College, in
St. Petersburg, Florida in Early Spring!
Call 1-800-535-2228 for information

March
Annual, Ruby Tiger Pow Wow
Softball Field, Tampa, Florida
Phone: 813-626-1692 or 813-685-5742

March
Annual Tuscawilla Native American Pow Wow
Tiscawilla Ranch, Gainsville, Florida
Contact: Hunter or Hawk 352-595-3429
Or Grumpy Bear 352-568-8194

March
Annual FIHA Pow Wow
St. Lucie County Fairgrounds
Ft. Pierce, Florida
Phone: 561-466-0233

**APRIL

April
Musical Echoes The Landing, Ft. Walton Beach, FL
(Held annually in April ~ April 25-26-27 2003)
“A Native American Flute Gathering and Culture Event”
Musical Echoes, 144 Miracle Strip Pkwy. SE, Ft. Walton Beach, Fl 32548
Phone: 850-243-4405 ~ musiccalechoes@nativeland.com

April
Annual Native American Spring Dance
Chambers Farm, Orange Springs, Florida
Contact Bob Achorn: 352-669-4605

**MAY

May
18th Annual Mothers Day Pow Wow to Honor All Mothers.
May 8th & 9th – 2009 Held at the Withlacoochee River Park
on River Road Dade City Florida. Village tours, New World
Celts, chidrens games, raffles, auction, horse riding
drill team, and deminstrators. Camping with and without
electric is avaliable, so come join us for a fun filled
weekend to learn and honor all mothers. For more information
contact: Mittie Wood, by e-mail: mvto@embarq.com or Sharon
Thomas by e-mail: windspirit1985@yahoo.com or call Mittie Wood,
phone: 352-583-3388 or Sharon Thomas, phone: 352-521-3012,
e-mail: Mothersdaypowwow@emarqspace.com

**OCTOBER

October
Florida Native American Indian Society Pow-Wow
Dade City, Withlacoochee River Park Pow-Wow
Crafts, Singing, Dancing, Drumming by Family
Drum, Singing and Story Telling,
Rick Bird as Mc, Flute by Doc.
Contact: Bill, phone: 352-583-5024
E-mail: mbmartin352@earthlink.net

**NOVEMBER

November
Discover Native America Pow-Wow & Music Festival
Held in Tampa, Florida ~ November 16 – 18, 2007
Presented by The Seminole Tribe of Florida.
Dance Contest $100,000+ Prize money.Drum Contest
$30,000 prize money. Native American bands,
Native American Food and Craft vendors.
Tribute to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Florida State Fair Grounds, 4800 US Hwy 301 North,
next to the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Frank Moore Jr., phone: 954-347-1838 for information.
URL: Seminole Tribe of Florida ~ URL: DNA Pow-Wow

November
Annual AIA Orlando Pow Wow November 2-4, 2007
American Indian Association of Florida, Inc.,
P.O. Box 260 – Winter Park, Florida 32790-0260
Central Florida Fairgrounds West Highway 50,
(West Colonial) Orlando, Florida
Come enjoy Native American Dancing, Singing, Arts
and Crafts, Food, Demonstrations and much more.
Sponsored by the AIA Board of Directors.
* Vendors by Invitation Only.
* No Pets, No Drugs, No Alcohol.
* For further information or questions contact:
Peggy Wolfe, phone: 407-327- 8207
E-mail: aiaofflorida@hotmail.com
AIAofFL Web Site: http://www.aiaofflorida.org

November
North Florida Native American Pow Wow
St. Johns County Fair Grounds, St. Augustine, FL
Host Drum: The Plainsmen
For more information contact:
Marie Durrance, 904-692-2637

November
Native American Pow Wow Cottondale, Florida
Sponsored by: Osceola Promotions and Eagle Trading Co.
at Eagle Trading Co. Museum & Art Store,
3614 Highway 231 North. Information: 850-352-4156