Date: Saturday, September 24, 2022
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.
GRAND ENTRY AT NOON!
BRING A LAWNCHAIR.
Location: Iron Hill Museum
1355 Old Baltimore Pike, Newark, DE 19702
Price: $5 per adult, $4 for students & children, Children under 4 are free, DAS $2 per person, scouts in uniform are free.
Additional parking in Iron Hill Park
Enjoy a day to celebrate Native American people.
Listen to Native American music and stories.
Dance to the beat of the drum when invited to join.
Learn about different native traditions that are from all over America.
Create a cornhusk doll to take home with you.
Watch native craftspeople and buy a souvenir.
What is a powwow?
The powwow is a modern celebration that can be seen within many Native American nations. All year-round, powwows are put on in the United States and Canada. Each event is made up of singers and dancers that wish to come together to express their culture through music and dancing. Modern powwows pull elements from many native nations around the continent, so every region might do something a little different. The one thing all of them have in common is sharing cultures.
How You Can Help Our Powwow
To make a donation to the Powwow, please click the donation button. It will take you to our donation page. Iron Hill Powwow has become our event to recognize the past, present, and future of Native America, to be in line with our mission, and give acknowledgement to the first people who were caretakers of Delaware and the tristate area.
Please enjoy some images from 2017 to 2021 below.