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      Inter-tribal Pow Wow

      Posted on by Future Neenah
      September 17, 2022 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
      Shattuck Park
      Neenah Historical Society

      Please help us celebrate the Native American history and culture of this area and join the Neenah and Menasha Historical Societies for our Annual Inter-tribal Pow Wow. The pow wow will feature dancers and drum groups from throughout Wisconsin. Native American food and crafts will be available for purchase. The event is free and open to the public.

      After a two-years hiatus, the Inter-Tribal Pow Wow returns to Neenah’s Shattuck
      Park on September 17, from 1PM to 4 PM. Beginning at Noon, there will be a preshow
      concert by Native American musician Clinton Miller. The day’s events will
      include dancers and drum groups, Native American craft vendors, and food sold
      by the Woodland Boys and Girls Club. In addition to the activities at Shattuck
      Park, the Neenah Landmarks Commission will sponsor free narrated horse-drawn
      wagon rides down the residential end of Wisconsin Avenue. Please join us for this
      opportunity to celebrate and enjoy local Native American culture. Continuing the
      same theme, at 7:30 PM that evening, the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center will
      present a concert by Brulé, a Native American rock concert group.

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