Friday, August 26, 2011

2011 Standing Bear Pow Wow, Ponca City, Oklahoma

2011 Standing Bear Pow Wow

Fri, September 23, 2011
Sat, September 24, 2011

Standing Bear Park
E0210 Road and N3280 Road
Ponca City, Oklahoma 74601

Lots of free parking available: Bring chairs for your use!


Native American music and colorful pageantry, attractions also includes dancing, artwork, Native American crafts and authentic food.

Free pow wow meal served to all on Saturday Night!

Additional Features:

Commercial Vendors, Crafts, Designated Parking, Entertainment Children's, Entertainment Free, Food, Handicapped Access, Music


Fri. 6pm until midnight

Sat. 1pm until midnight

Admission: Free

History of the Standing Bear Powwow:
The First Standing Bear Powwow was in 1995 as inter-tribal to help non-native people gain a deeper understanding of the significant contribution of native cultures to the history and heritage of Oklahoma and the United States. The powwow is truly an inter-tribal event.

Basically, six tribes – the Kaw, Osage, Otoe-Missourian, Pawnee, Ponca and Tonkawa – gather each year to celebrate their tribal heritage at this inter-tribal celebration and all other tribe members are welcomed as well as non-native people.

The celebration event attracts over 3000 people!

Annlee Cakes Native American Regalia and Crafts will be there with their booth and to share how to make traditional

Dream catchers and more with all interested in learning to craft. We have been a vender here for many years!

Come and take a peek?