Danville National Powwow

1900 East Main Street
Danville, IN 46122

About Us

Our Mission: National Powwow exists to respectfully share in the values of American Indian culture. We strive to educate ourselves and increase awareness of American Indian traditions among the non-Indian community with the support and guidance of Indian people.

About National Powwow: National Powwow has been held every three years since 1969, with dances taking place in different parts of the country including Colorado, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Kansas. We are fortunate to have been able to establish relationships with exceptional singers, dancers, craftsmen and historians from all over the US and internationally, and we rely on the shared knowledge of our community to promote awareness and education of American Indian culture. We are proud to enter our forty-sixth year of National Powwow and invite you to join our celebration of living and evolving traditions.

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