Pow Wow Celebration

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Pow Wow Time is the Native American people's way of meeting together, to join in dancing , singing, visiting, renewing old friendships and making new ones. 

Native Americans believe that the drum is the heartbeat of the Earth Mother, the heartbeat of all Indian people, and a way of bringing things back into balance.  Whether dancing, singing or listening, people around a drum are able to connect with the Spirit through its rhythmic pounding, and as a result, the drum beat is a focal point of ceremonies 

the pounding sound of a drum can help us to take notice of our own heartbeat.  It is our heartbeats that keep us alive and vital.  Drumming can also be very therapeutic in getting in touch with our inner selves.  A low, steady beat can create a calmness whereas a stronger upbeat can stir us into action or frenzy. 

1.    Intertribal – Northern Wind
2.    Blue Ridge – Logan Alexis Singers
3.    Blizzard Woman – Maza Duta
4.    Heartbreaker – Walking Wolf
5.    Fancy Shawl – Blacklodge Singers
6.    Spring Time in the Rockie – Moose Mountain Singers
7.    Sneak Up Traditional – Echo Sky Singers
8.    Knights Victory –  Nakoda Lodge
9.    Grand Entry – Little Otter
10.    Jing-A-Ling – Wolf Trail
11.    Birthday Song – Eyabay Singers
12.    Sit and Sing – Chi-Key-Wis Sons
13.    Intertribal – Red Wind
14.    Ojibway Round Dance – Whitefish Bay Singers
15.    Opijaygwah – Chi-Geezis Singer