The Richmond Pow Wow September 23-24
Come and experience Native American culture and customs at the 2023 Richmond Pow Wow Native American Gathering on Friday, Saturday & Sunday, September 23 -24.
The event will again be held in Richmond Battlefield Park, located at 1546 Battlefield Memorial Highway (US 421) south of Richmond.
Saturday, September 23rd ~ 10 AM to Dark
Sunday, September 24th~ 10 AM to 4:30 PM
Grand Entry @ Noon Everday
Powwows are the Native American people’s way of meeting together, joining in the dancing, singing, renewing old friendships, and making new ones. It is a time-honored method to renew Native American culture and to preserve the rich heritage of the American Indian. Visitors can experience Native American crafts, singing, dancing, folklore, and well as learn about their way of life through various interactive presentations. Guests are encouraged to participate in the plentiful rituals and traditions occurring throughout each day.
The cost for the event is $5.00 per person, $2.00 for children under 12. The maximum fee per family is $15.00. Please see the Richmond PowWow Facebook page for further event details.
For more information, please visit richmondpowwow.org or call 859-200-9651.
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To see our monthly lineup visit: https://www.richmond.ky.us/1372/Tasty-Tuesdays
Free parking is available in the EKU Crabbe Street Parking Lot, Irvine McDowell Lot, or nearby street parking.View Details
200 miles of yard sales along U.S. 25
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The third annual Millstone Festival will take over the downtown space with fun community activities, live music, and great local food and drinks. A homebrew contest, car show, and great bands are just a few of the day’s scheduled activities. Stay tuned for more information.View Details