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Auburn Big Time-Pow Wow

Auburn Big Time-Pow Wow

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Event Dates: October 18, 2014

Description of Event

Enjoy the day-long celebration of Native American culture and dance at the Gold Country Fairground from 10 AM - 10 PM. Presented by the Sierra Native Alliance, this annual event "honors families and children of yesterday and today" through inter-tribal dancing, cultural demonstrations, and native arts, crafts and foods.

The Gold Country Fairground is located in Downtown Auburn in close proximity to many trail heads and the Auburn Recreation area. Ample parking makes for easy access to this truly wonderful cultural event. For information about accommodations, RVs and camping contact the Placer County Visitors Bureau at (530) 887-2111 or

The Sierra Native Alliance empowers Native American youth, families and communities through education, cultural resources and environmental activities. The Auburn Big Time-Pow Wow provides an opportunity for cultural sharing and education for all ages. For more information about the Sierra Native Alliance or to visit the SNA Cultural Resource Center, call (530) 888-8767 or visit

Admission Fee (if any): Free to the public.

Ages Festival is Appropriate For: All ages; family appropriate

 ADA Accessibility Notes
ADA accessible outdoor venue.
 Pet Friendly Notes
Please, no pets.

For More Information, Contact:

Anno Nakai

Sierra Native Alliance
Box 6346, Auburn, CA 95604
(530) 888-8767

Simone Julian wrote on September 09, 2014: I have attended for the last two years, this is a wonderful event! Looking forward to it.

Debbie wrote on September 15, 2013: This is an amazing family event. You will have a wonderful time!!

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Longitude: -121.074622000
Latitude: 38.891876000
Elevation: 1269 FT (387 M)
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