Loudonville, Ohio, August 23, 2013: Pow-Wow with the Mohicans
September 20 – 22, 2013. This nationally acclaimed, authentic,
Native American Pow-Wow
has previously been named one of the top 100 events in the
United States by the
American Bus Association.
The 2013 show features
Old Bridge Singers
in addition to the world champion hoop dancer and flute player
of the year. Activities include: Native-American tomahawk
throwing, fire-starting demonstrations, music, dancing,
contests, eating, and powerful storytelling. Throughout the
festivities, there are plenty of music and dance performances,
contests and customary food and artisans.
Pow-Wows are celebrations that last for days. It is the coming
together of Native tribes to honor ancestors and renew their
traditions and heritage. It is a real cultural presentation –
not a hobbyist show. It emphasizes lifestyles, fellowship and
competition among tribes. It showcases custom dancing, colorful
ceremonial dress, the passing down of songs, sharing of foods
and storytelling. One of the most spectacular sights at an
authentic Pow-Wow is the palate of color woven throughout the
In addition to the Native foods, stories, music, dancing and
drum competitions, there are original Native-American creations
by more than 40 traders, artisans, and crafters. Wares on
display and for sales include pottery, bead working, knife
making, silver-smithing, quill working, antler works, fur
trading, wood and bone carving, leather work, basket weaving,
paintings, and jewelry.
Great Mohican Indian Pow-Wow
will be hosted by
Mohican Reservation Campgrounds.
This setting is nestled in secluded wooded hills lending well to
the authenticity of the event. The camp location for the
festivities is 23270 Wally Road South in Loudonville, Ohio.
Admission is $8/adult and $4/child with discounts for two and
three day passes as well as for colleges, groups, scouts,
teachers, seniors and veterans. For complete information or
directions, phone 1-800-766-2267 or visit