Odawa Pow Wow 2017

 

41st Annual Odawa Pow Wow - 2017 Traditional

 

Dates: May 27 & 28, 2017

Poster

Location: 200 Moodie Drive, South of the Queensway

Same as last year

OC Transpo Buses: 63, 92, 96, 152 (Get off at Moodie & the 417)

 

Vendor application forms can be found below.

Volunteers needed! Call 613-722-3811 for more information.


Additional Details


Host Drum: Ottawa River Singers

MC: TBA

Arena Director: Greg Meekis

Head Dancers to be decided each day.


Categories & Specials: TBA

 

 

Vendor Application forms

Food Vendor application form: (pdf)

Arts & Crafts Vendor application form: (pdf)

Exhibitor application form: (pdf)

 

Email inquiries to: info@odawa.on.ca


POW WOW FAQ's:

 

?: Where is the Festival?
A: 200 Moodie Drive, Ottawa Ontario. This is the south side of the Queensway, not the north side as it has typically been in years past. It is in the same general location but on the opposite side of highway 417. It is located next to the Maple Hill Urban Farm http://maplehillurbanfarm.com/contact-us/


?: Is there a host hotel for the Festival?
A: There is NO host hotel. Book hotel/motel in Kanata or Bells Corners (Richmond Rd., Moodie Dr.).

 

?: I would like to inquire about registering as a vendor.
A: Registration forms have been posted on this page just above.

 

?: What kind of arts & crafts can I purchase there?
A: Hand made crafts such as carvings, dreamcatchers, jewellery etc. You can also find paintings, clothing, decals & many other expressions of Native culture.
Prices for the public to purchase items are set individually by each vendor.

 

?: What kind of food can I find there?
A: Lots of wild meats such as Moose, Cariboo, Deer, Buffalo etc. Walleye, Arctic Char, Wild Rice & Indian Tacos are popular as well. Each vendor brings their own recipies so menu items change slightly from year to year.

 

?: What is prohibited at this event?
A: Drugs, alcohol & pets (guide dogs allowed).

 

?: Is this event wheelchair accessible?
A: Yes but since it is held outside, the ground conditions may pose a bit of a challenge on mobility.

 

?: Are non-Native people welcome to attend?
A: YES! Everyone is welcome!

 

For further information and questions send an email to:
Odawapowwowodawa.on.ca