2013 4th Annual Catawba Pow Wow
Rock Hill, SC
Winthrop University Coliseum
PowWows.com will broadcast this Pow Wow live!
Bring the whole family out to watch, listen and experience Native Americans from all across the United States and Canada dance, drum and share their culture at South Carolina’s largest Native American Gathering. Traditional craft and food vendors will be on hand along with special guest performances by the Aztec Dancers, Hoop Dancers and Apache Dancers. The Carolina Raptor Center will have their Birds of Prey Exhibit set up at the main entrance along with music, dancing, storytelling and so much more. Tickets may be purchased at the door and are $6 for adults, $4 for children 6-11 years old and free for children 5 and under. Contact 803-328-2427, ext 230 or Contact Us here.
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