Vendors and artist, the booths are filling up quick, hurry, don't miss out! Get your spot now. Email us or call today to reserve your spot. AHO! "POWWOW ON!"
Aho, to all. We are coming up on our May festival the show will be amazing and there was lots to do for the children and adults alike. To our Native American cousin's form across the lands, that participated we thank you, for helping with our great turnout last May. We had a spectacular showing of Artist and Vendors from the Navajo, Cherokee, Nanticoke, and Aztec's to name a few. We are inviting all of you back again for our May Festival. Invite your cousins and other Nations or tribal members to share with us, The Powhatan Renape Nation at the Rankokus Reservation. If you are a Vendor or Artist contact us today at email@example.com or call us at 609-261-4747 leave a message or listen for the phone number of the selected council member and speak to someone in person. This is for vendors and artist only all others please refrain from calling the selected council member as they will be busy booking vendors and artist for our show. General questions, please just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the main office and leave a message and someone will contact you promptly. thank you all and we look forward to seeing you at our Arts Festival in October.
The Arts Festival showcases artists from throughout the Americas who will exhibit and sell their outstanding pieces.
Gabriel Ayala a member of the Yaqui people of southern Arizona, is at the forefront of a new generation of Native Americans making a career performing classical music. He began playing the guitar as a child, and would later study with Philip Hii. He earned a Master's Degree in Music Performance from the University of Arizona in 1997, has taught at all educational levels from elemetary through college, and serves as a competition adjudicator.
Visitors will be treated to traditional and contemporary arts in a myriad of mediums. You won't want to miss a variety of award-winning silversmiths, potters, sand painters, beaders, sculptors, carvers, drum makers, weavers, basket makers, and more. All artists are enrolled tribal members. No traders or
retail vendors permitted. Young ones and those young at heart can participate in archery and corn pounding, and all visitors may learn about the instincts of the live wolves and eastern buffalo, which will be present at the Festival.
Your visit wouldn't be complete without sampling delectable Indian foods. Prepare your taste buds for venison, caribou, wild rice, Navajo tacos, three sisters rice, alligator, con soup, or your choice of a fabulous selection of meat or vegetarian dishes.
Count on spending an entire afternoon with us. There is limited seating, so for your comfort, bring a blanket or, chair. Expand your horizons, appreciate cultural arts, be entertained, participate in a friendship dance, learn about a new culture, discover a new culinary treat, and above all, have a grand time with the feeling of community that is so much a part of each Festival.
We welcome your snap camera but please no videos. With the exception of seeing-eye dogs, pets are not allowed.
WHERE: The Festival is held on the beautiful, 350 acre Rankokus Indian Reservation, only 30 minutes from Philadelphia, or 1 1/2 hr. from NYC, off Route 295 at Exit 45A, or the NJ Turnpike, Exit 5. From the exits, follow the red arrows. We're on Rancocas Road, Westampton Township, Burlington County.
ADMISSION is payable upon entrance. $10 for adults, $ 5 for seniors and children 6-12. Children 5 and under are FREE! Parking is FREE! A FREE shuttle bus is available from our remote lot.
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The Powhatan Renape Nation is a non-profit American Indian Nation. All proceeds are used to develop our Cultural Center and expand social service programs. For information on supporting our efforts, please feel free to email us at email@example.com or call 609/261-4747.
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||This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts; and presented in cooperation with the Department of Environmental Protection.