holiday with us in honor of all of our ancestors,
the people continuing
the struggle today and future generations.
POW WOW &
Saturday, October 10, 2015
10am - 6pm
Martin Luther King, Jr. Civic Center Park
Martin Luther King, Jr Way, between Alston
Way & Center Street
(2180 Milvia St)
1-1/2 blocks west of the Berkeley BART Station
Gourd Dancing 11:00 am
Grand Entry 12:00 noon
Ceremony 6:00 pm
Contest Dancing: All
Native American Foods and Arts & Crafts
all day at the Indian Market
All Traditional Drums are Invited
Raffles all day till 6 pm.
HEAD STAFF 2015 TBA
Arena Director: ........
Head Man Dancer ......
Head Woman Dancer ...
Head Gourd Dancer ...
Host Northern Drum ....
Host Southern Drum ...
Pow Wow Coordinator...GINO BARICHELLO (Mvskoke Nation of Oklahoma)
Vendors Coordinator... HALLIE FRAZER (Inka)
CELEBRATE THE NEW HOLIDAY
EVERYONE IS INVITED TO DANCE WITH US
IN ALL THE ROUND DANCES!!!
Booth Applications for 2015, when available,
will be downloadable from this web site.
Sponsored by the City of Berkeley * Wheelchair Accessible
FOR MORE INFORMATION
PLEASE CALL: 510-595-5520
Indigenous Peoples Day Committee:
Box 97, 1700 Shattuck Avenue,
Berkeley, CA 94709
Vendor booths are available by reservation
only and are not assured by a first-come-first-serve policy.
drugs or alcohol. Indigenous Peoples Day Committee is not
responsible for lost or stolen articles.
Indigenous Peoples Day
Peoples Day Vendors Coordinator
2015 FLYERS, when available,
will be downloadable here
History of Berkeley's Indigenous Peoples Day
Indigenous Peoples Day Committee
Who We Are
Indigenous Peoples' Day
& the Pow Wow Highway
holiday & the pow wow tradition
Life of an Activist, a founder of Indigenous Peoples Day
Environmentalist and Architect
A Founder of Indigenous Peoples Day
Columbus in the Bay of
The beginnings of the European
Invansion and Indigenous Resistence