Powwow time is here!

Powwow time is here!
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The Choctaw-Apache Powwow celebrates the diversity of Native American culture while helping to preserve traditions and heritage. The bright colored regalia and tasseled shawls moving with the motion of ancestral dance make the Choctaw-Apache Powwow a must-see event.

The Choctaw-Apache Tribe of Ebarb will host its 28th Annual Powwow Friday, April 23 and Saturday, April 24, at the Choctaw-Apache Tribal Grounds, 217 Gene Knight Rd., Noble, La. located adjacent to the Ebarb school. Chief Thomas Rivers and the Tribal Council invite everyone to attend!

Herbert “Chickdog” Johnson will serve as the Master of Ceremonies. The Arena Director will be Roland Thompson; Head Man, John Butler; Head Lady, Krista Langley; Head Gourd, Brice Hesche; Head Little Lady, Madelyn Wilson; Head Little Man, Amare Shepard; the Northern Drum played by Upstream Singers; and the Southern Drum will be played by AC Woodland. There will also be an award-winning competition of powwow dancing including Men’s Southern, Men’s Traditional, Women’s Jingle/ Fancy Dance, and Women’s Southern Cloth.

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