Welcome to this listing of upcoming pow wows for Minnesota.

If you are hosting a pow wow or simply know of one within the state of Minnesota,
please let us know so that we can add it to this list.

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to avoid problems with changes or inaccuracies in these listings.

August 14, 2014

Sobriety Celebration - Traditional

Location: Brainerd, MN. 11600 State Avenue
Directions: AT the Four Winds Lodge Program in Brainerd One-day Sobriety Celebration on August 14th beginning at 12:00pm
Info: Henry Fox / Leonard Skillings 218-855-8723 218-828-2546 -Email-
Cost: No Cost
Additional Info: This is not a full POW WOW. It is a Sobriety Celebration All are invited, we will have a feast and some drumming and Dancing. We especially want Alumni from our program to join us. We plan to have a guest speaker, a sobriety countdown and alot of fun.

August 15 - August 17, 2014

48th Annual Mille Lacs* - Traditional

Location: Mille Lacs, MN. Iskigamizigan Pow-wow Grounds
Info: 320-532-7517 -Email-

August 15 - August 17, 2014

Shakopee Mdewakanton Wacipi* - Contest

Location: Prior Lake, MN. Pow Wow Grounds
Info: 952-445-8900 or 952-496-6160 -Website-
MC(s): Danny Seaboy & Wallace Coffey
AD(s): Jauquin Hamilton-Youngbird & Rusty Gillette
Host Drum(s): Mazakute & Wahpekute
Additional Info: Grand entry: Friday 7 PM, Saturday 1 PM & 7 PM, Sunday 1 PM.

August 15 - August 17, 2014

48th Annual Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Traditional Powwow - Traditional

Location: Onamia, MN. Iskigamizigan Powwow Grounds
Directions: Iskigamizigan Powwow Grounds are located on the west side of Lake Mille Lacs, 12 miles north of Onamia Minnesota on U.S. Highway 169.
Info: Carla Big Bear 320-532-7517 -Email- -Website-
MC(s): Larry Smallwood & Pete Gahbow
AD(s): Dean Smallwood
Host Drum(s): Little Otter & Pipestone
Cost: Free
Contest Info: Princess & Brave Contest Best Parade Float Contest Best Rez Car Contest Horseshoe Tournament Moccasin Game Fun Run
Additional Info: NEW ARENA Free admission, camping, showers, and firewood. For vendor information, please contact Carol Hernandez (320) 532-7776 x2401.

August 16 - August 17, 2014

Chaske Cikala Wacipi - Traditional

Location: Chaska, MN. McKnight Park
Info: Wally Inyan Wakan 952-448-6860 Cell 952-917-9280 -Email- -Website-
MC(s): Wally Inyan Wakan and Sean Gibson
Host Drum(s): Oyate Ota
Cost: Free
Additional Info: We are a small traditional wacipi. All are welcome with respect for everyone. We are all family and have fun to be with each other.

August 22 - August 24, 2014

33rd Annual Cha Cha Bah Ning* - Traditional

Location: Inger, MN. Pow Wow Grounds
Info: 218-659-2995 or 218-308-3680 -Email-

September 5 - September 7, 2014

Miigwech Manomin - Traditional

Location: Orr, MN. Nett Lake Powwow Grounds
Info: Donald Chosa 218 757-3261 218 404-6170 -Email-
MC(s): Terry Goodsky
AD(s): Harvey Goodsky

September 12 - September 14, 2014

Mendota's Welcome Home Traditional Wacipi (Pow Wow} - Traditional

Location: Mendota Heights, MN. St Peter's Church 1405 Sibley Memorial Hwy 55150
Info: Sharon Lennartson 651-452-4141 612-913-1903 -Email- -Website-
MC(s): Mitch Walking Elk
AD(s): Windy Down Wind
Host Drum(s): tbd
Cost: free, or $5.00 donation
Contest Info: Not a contest, we are a small traditional Wacipi (Pow Wow)
Additional Info: More information coming later

September 19 - September 21, 2014

Mahkato 42nd Annual Wacipi - Traditional

Location: Mankato, MN. Land of Memories Park
Info: Dave Braveheart 507-514-5088 -Email- -Website- -Pow wow flier-

September 19 - September 21, 2014

17th Annual Battle Point Pow Wow* - Traditional

Location: Battle Point, MN. Pow Wow Grounds
Info: 218-760-3127 or 218-308-3680 -Email-

November 27 - November 29, 2014

Thanksgiving Pow Wow* - Traditional

Location: Minneapolis, MN. American Indian Center
Info: 612-799-0776 -Email-

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