Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Mohican Native American Indian Pow-Wow in Ohio July and September, 2014

The Great Mohican Pow-Wow, one of the most acclaimed Native American Indian Pow-Wows in the country and formerly named one of the top 100 events in the United States by the American Bus Association, will be celebrating its 30th anniversary and Native American culture on July 11-13 and September 19-21, 2014 in Loudonville, Ohio.

White Raven Native shop in Berlin, Ohio

Pow-Wows are a celebration where Native Americans get together to honor ancestors, renew their culture, and preserve their rich heritage. The ceremony involves feasting, singing, dancing, visiting, renewing old friendships and making new ones.

The Great Mohican Pow-Wow will be hosted by Mohican Reservation in Loudonville, Ohio. The 2014 show will feature Flutist of the Year: Douglas Blue Feather, world champion hoop dancer, drum making demos, tomahawk throwing, storytelling, fire starting demonstrations, South American Indian music of the Andes Mts, Native American Indian foods, over 40 artisans, craftsmen, and traders, and Native American Indian dance and drum competitions. Click here to see the 2014 Schedule of Events.


 Accommodations at The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast

Admission is $8 for adults and $4 for children. Multiple day passes are available: 2-day pass/Adult $14, 2-day pass/Child $6, 3-day pass/Adult $21, and 3-day pass/Child $9.

Native American jewelry and elements are offered for sale year around at the White Raven Native shop in Berlin, Ohio,

Only about 15 minutes east of Loudonville, attendees to the Mohican Pow-Wow will find fine accommodations at the Millersburg, Ohio, Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast, where complimentary, full country breakfasts are served daily.

Submitted by: Elizabeth Beam
March 18, 2014


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