The public is welcome this weekend to attend the 22nd annual Two Nations Powwow held on the grounds of the Auburn Sportsman’s Club, Saturday and Sunday, May 4th and May 5th beginning at 10am each day.  “Grand Entry” into the Powwow Circle is slated at Noon on both days.

The Powwow is a celebration of Native American culture and Mountain Men lifestyle – the two peoples who make up the “Two Nations”.

Powwow is family-oriented and features authentic drumming, Native dancing, storytelling and “teaching tours” through the traditional Tipi village along with a “Mountain Man” encampment/display.  Vendors will offer a variety of Native American Arts & Crafts from jewelry to leather goods.  Both contemporary and traditional Native American food is available all weekend.

Powwow happens, rain or shine.  Vendors are under cover.  Admission to the Powwow is free.  Parking is $5.00 a carload and is handicap-accessible.  Powwow is an alcohol and drug-free event.

Come join us for the 22nd annual Two-Nations Powwow at Auburn Sportsman’s Club this weekend, located at 50 Elm Street, Auburn, MA 01501: