Powwow Schedule

Saturday, April 22
Sacred Fire in the Tipi

6 am – Sun Rise Ceremony/Water Ceremony
Noon – Grand Entry (powwow begins)
5 pm – Toonie Feast
7 pm – Grand Entry
9 pm – Retire Eagle Staffs

Sunday, April 23
Sacred Fire in the Tipi

6 am – Sun Rise Ceremony/Water Ceremony
Noon – Grand Entry (powwow continues)
4 pm – Giveaways and Closing

General Information
Admission is free and everyone is welcome. Free parking is available in the east and west parking lots.

Transportation
Saturday, April 22
A free bus is provided.
10:30 am – bus leaves Ramada Inn with stops at the Timmins Native Friendship Centre, the Bon Air Motel, Schumacher (corner of Father Costello Drive and Grant) to Northern College and return every hour up until 9:30 pm.

Sunday, April 23
A free bus is provided.
11 am – bus leaves Ramada Inn with stop at the Timmins Native Friendship Centre, the Bon Air Motel, Schumacher (corner of Father Costello Drive and Grant) to Northern College and return every hour up until 5 pm.

TRADITIONAL HANDMADE ARTS AND CRAFTS Will be available for sale throughout the powwow.

DANCERS register each day at the registration table located in the gymnasium.

FOOD the college cafeteria is open from 10 am to 3 pm so you can purchase food and features Tim Norton’s coffee.

THE FEAST the feast takes place Saturday at 5 pm and tickets are available at a cost of $2.

ELDERS LOUNGE a room is provided for the comfort of elders; please respect that this is made available for elders only.

T-SHIRTS FOR SALE a limited number of powwow t-shirts will be available to purchase. Funds will be used to help offset the cost of the powwow.

ATM’s there are two atm’s at the college; one in the main entrance and the other near the entrance to the gymnasium.

CHILDREN ACTIVITIES there are activities for children in the quill lounge located next to the gymnasium. Children must be accompanied by an adult.