The 20th Annual Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Inter-Tribal “Corn Harvest Dance” Powwow and School Day at Cattashowrock Town on Friday-Sunday, November 4-6, on the Tribal Land off Old Bridge Road and Cattashowrock Trail in Courtland. The "Celebration of the Corn Harvest Dance" School Day will take place Friday, November 4th from 9AM-3PM and the Powwow Saturday-Sunday, November 5-6th from 10 AM to Sunset. Don't miss the "Bonfire and Grand Entry" at 6 PM Friday, November 4th. Bring the whole family and enjoy the Drums, Native American Indian Dancers in full Native Regalia and the history of Cattashowrock Town Palisade Village as narrated by Chief Red Hawk, and of course the food and drink, Fish and Chips, Corn on the Cob, and Indian Taco and Fry-bread, – face painting for the Children. The Ethno-historic presentation on the Palisade Village will take place Saturday at 3 PM. Special guests includes Eagle Pines Falconry (Sky Hunter Show), The Aztec Dancers, Robert Swift Arrow Rose - Hoop Dance, Archeological Society of Virginia - Nansemond Chapter (Artifacts IDs) and Stan Piersa - Flint Knapping.
There will be Native American Arts and Craft Vendors on site with a host of crafts and Native American Jewelry for sale.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFO visit the Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe Website: http://www.cheroenhaka-nottoway.org or visit us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/CheroenhakaNottowayIndianTribe or call (757) 562-7760