August 9, 10 & 11, 2013
Oral Roberts University, 7777 S. Lewis
The ORU Mabee Center
– A smoke and alcohol free environment –
$7. Per Person (5 yrs & under free) – Weekend Wrist Band $15. Per Person
This weekend the Intertribal Indian Club of Tulsa hosts the 36th annual Pow Wow of Champions. This is a wonderful opportunity for your family to experience together an OK Cultural event. Many times we overlook some of our own states special cultural events. You of course would want to consider what parts of the program would most fit for you and your child’s or children’s ages and plan accordingly. I think it always works best not to over stay an event that we are not ready to handle.
For specific information event you can call 918-378-4494 or 918-838-8276 or go to their website: www.iicot.org/ There is a schedule of events and times on their website. You will need to click on the flyer within their website to get this information.
You and your family can experience dance, drum music and song from tribal nations across the country. Over 300 native dancers will compete. In addition, native american crafts and food will be available for purchase.
This event is billed as a family event, but could also be a fun couple’s activity. Hope you will consider taking advantage of this educational and entertaining OK weekend event.