September 11, 2005 at 11:02 pm #1735
54th Annual Chickahominy Fall Festival & Pow-wow
September 24 & 25, 2005
Chickahominy Tribal Grounds
Charles City, Virginia
Host Drum: Kau-Ta-Noh, Jrs., Pembroke, NC MC: Marvin Burnette, Oglala Lead Male:
Keith Anderson, Cherokee/CatawbaLead Female: Jessica Canaday, Chickahominy
Arena Director: Jay Hill, Seneca/Ojibwa
Experience traditional Chickahominy culture. Many crafts vendors with silver & turquoise jewelry, handmade pottery, baskets, paintings, leather crafts, wood carvings, native music, and much more. Good food and family fun.No pets, alcohol, or drugs allowed!! Transportation provided for senior citizens and handicapped from parking lot. Bring lawn chairs & blankets
From Richmond: Take 64 east to exit 205 (Bottoms Bridge). Exit right to stoplight.
Turn left on route 60 east. Proceed to next stoplight. Turn right on route 106.
Proceed 1.5 miles and turn left on route 609. Proceed 5 miles turn and left
on route 602 (Lott Cary Road). Proceed 1 mile and the Chickahominy Tribal Grounds
are on the left.
From Hopewell/Petersburg: Route 10 east to left turn on route 106. Route 106
to right turn on route 650. Follow route 650 to end. Turn left on to route 609.
Proceed 2 miles to route 602 (Lott Cary Road). Turn right. Proceed 1 mile and
the Chickahominy Tribal Grounds are on the left.
From Hampton/Norfolk: I64 West to Talleysville exit & Route 106 South. Turn
left on Route 106. Go to stop light. Keep straight, proceed 1.5 miles and turn
left on route 609. Proceed 5 miles and turn left on route 602 (Lott Cary Road).
Proceed 1 mile and the Chickahominy Tribal Grounds are on the left.
From Williamsburg: Route 5 West to right turn on Route 155 North. Go approx.
1.5 miles to left on Route 602(Lott Cary Road). Go approx. 5 miles and the Chickahominy
Tribal Grounds are on the right.
VISIT http://WWW.CHICKAHOMINYTRIBE.ORG FOR MORE INFO
ABOUT THE TRIBE AND OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS!!September 11, 2005 at 11:02 pm #16428
Hey Linda…we considered attending this one..but, we will be starting our honeymoon that Saturday night and making a couple of stops along the way. Unfortunately, we won’t be in that area until later on in the week. Maybe next year…when we are old married folks! Take care, BeckySeptember 11, 2005 at 11:02 pm #16429
Well, what a wonderful reason not to come. Have a WONDERFUL wedding nad honeymoon. I’m so happy for the two of you, you are very special people.
CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!September 11, 2005 at 11:02 pm #16430
Oh, believe me, if I thought I would be capable of driving that far on Saturday night, we would be there to be with our family and friends on such a special occasion…remember, Ken proposed at the closing drum in Mebane.
Thanks, we think you are pretty special, too….we will be at Homecoming in October…looking forward to seeing all there. Take care…BeckySeptember 11, 2005 at 11:02 pm #16545
If anyone is going to this pow wow email me at email@example.com I would really like to meet some of the folks who post here. This is a really good pow wow for those of you who haven’t been. I would walk to get there if I had to, that’s just how good a time you’ll have. Hope to see many of you there. JimSeptember 11, 2005 at 11:02 pm #16571
Hi, I’m new here and actually sort of new to the area. I was wanting to go to this pow-wow and I wondered if anyone knew when the best time to get there would be. Also, is it pretty much an all day thing? ThanksSeptember 11, 2005 at 11:02 pm #16589
Depends, are you going to dance or spectate. If you want to get a good seat on saturday, you probably better get there (with your chair) around 10ish. There is usually a ton of people there. It will probably go to around 6 I think, don’t really remember, but that sounds about right. You gotta love this pow wow, I can’t say enough about the spirit at this pow wow. The people and food whew-wee!September 11, 2005 at 11:02 pm #16595
thanks a bunch! 🙂 hope to see you there
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