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dancer & arena director Marty Pinnecoose
dancer & arena director Marty Pinnecoose

map to Long Hunter State Park

t h e   3 3 r d   A n n u a l   F a l l   F e s t i v a l   &
Tennessee State Pow Wow
17-18-19 October 2014
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 9am - ... ?

Native American Indian Food, Arts & Crafts, Live Music, Dances

Long Hunter State Park
Nashville, Tennessee

2910 Hobson Pike
• From Nashville, take I-40 East to Mt. Juliet Road, Exit 226-A.
Go south (right) about 6¾ miles to the main park entrance.
Or take I-24 East to Old Hickory Boulevard, Exit 62.
Go north (left) on SR171 about 6½ miles to the main park entrance.)

$6 general admission
$3 seniors & children ages 6-12

children ages 0-5 free

Proceeds go to the NAIA Scholarship & Emergency Relief Funds.
NAIA-TN is a non-profit tax-exempt corporation chartered
in the State of Tennessee in 1983. Our motto is
"Indians Working for Indians"

Sponsored in part by Anheuser-Busch Inc, AT&T, Metro Nashville Arts
Commission, Nashville Gas, Greater Nashville Regional Council,
Tennessee Arts Commission, Tennessee Department of Tourist
Development, Tennessee Valley Authority & Regions Bank.

for more information contact the
Native American Indian Association
of Tennessee
, Inc. (NAIA)
230 Spence Lane, Nashville TN
37210-3623 / phone 615. 232.9179 /

H E A D   S T A F F
Master of Ceremonies
Tim Tallchief
Jones, Oklahoma

Master of Ceremonies
Friday (School Day) &
Saturday & Sunday mornings
Winona Yellowhammer
Franklin, Tennessee

Arena Director
Marty Pinnecoose
Salem, Oregon

Host Northern Drum
picked from contest

Host Southern Drum
picked from contest

Indian Tacos, Chili, Hominy & Fry Bread
Books & Music - CDs & Cassettes
Native American Arts & Crafts
Indian Jewelry
Indian games
Drum Contest
Competition Dancing:
Fancy, Traditional, Straight Grass Cloth,
Buckskin, Fancy Shawl, Jingle Dress, Senior, Junior

October is Native American Indian Month in Tennessee

Governor Haslam has designated October as Native American Indian month.
Help us celebrate by participating in our 30th annual Intertribal
Pow Wow 17-19 October 2014 at Long Hunter State Park,
Nashville, Tennessee.

TN State Pow-Wow
Long Hunter State Park
Nashville, Tennessee
17.18.19 October 2014
Friday 9am til ...
Saturday 10am til ...
    Opening Ceremony 11am
Sunday 10am - 5pm
    Opening Ceremony 11am
Dance Contest
Competition Dance
Dancers: -Native Americans Only-
Register by 12noon, Saturday

Venders/Booth Space:
  • Preregister by 1 October 2014
Traders: contact
  • Bill Wells 615. 459.3156
Native American Crafts Only.
No grave furniture.

Tickets available @ Gate $6
Dance contest Entry Fee $6

contact the
Native American
Indian Association (NAIA)
230 Spence Lane,
Nashville TN 37210-3623
phone 615. 232.9179

  Indians working for Indians

The annual NAIA Pow Wow and Fall Festival, which always begins on the Third Saturday in October, attracts people from all over the state of Tennessee. Each October the Indians from around the Nation gather to share part of their culture. Not just for the reunion of family and friends, but for tourists who are welcomed to witness the spectacle; to join in the celebration of culture still nurtured by the some 10,000 Indians who call Tennessee home today. You’ll want to treat yourself to the delights of authentic Indian food, such as fry bread, Indian Tacos and hominy the ‘Indian way.’ Don’t worry about traffic this year because Long Hunter State Park has allowed us to use their facilities. Also, don’t worry about where you’re going to sit. We have taken care of that too. But if you want to bring your lawn chair that will be fine.

The Native Peoples Magazine (July 2004) picked us as
one of the Top 16 Pow-Wows in the Country!
So c’mon!
Join with us & all our friends from across Indian country
in celebrating our State Pow Wow.

Native American Indian Association of Tennessee, Inc.
230 Spence Lane, Nashville TN 37210-3623
615. 232.9179 / /
A tax-exempt nonprofit corporation, chartered in the State of Tennessee since 1983
planned NAIA Indian Cultural Center
Circle of Life Indian Cultural Center, Nashville, future home of NAIA

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