Redbird's Children of Many Colors Native American Powwow in Moorpark, July 14-16, 2017

Redbird’s 2017 Children of Many Colors Native American Powwow

July 14-16, 2017

Moorpark College Athletic Field, 7075 Campus Road

Native American Singing, Dancing, Arts, Crafts and Food

Everyone Welcome – All Drums and Dancers Welcome

Friday, July 14 6PM - 10PM
Open Flute Circle and Potluck - All wind instruments welcome
Everyone Welcome

Saturday July 15 11AM - 10PM Gourd Dancing and Intertribal Powwow
Storytelling, music and more. Gourd dance sessions start at 11am, followed by grand entry when all dancers enter the arena and the powwow begins.

Sunday July 16 11AM - 6PM Gourd Dancing and Intertribal Powwow as well as Veterans' Honoring at 11am during the final gourd dance session - All Veterans Welcome

$2.00 suggested parking donation per vehicle, no passenger limit. Otherwise, the event is free of charge.

The event is held on the athletic field and thus there are no trees to shade the event, so consider bringing shade canopies and chairs.

DIRECTIONS: Moorpark College is located in Ventura County in Southern California. It is within ¼ mile of the Collins Drive exit on the 118 freeway, where the 118 freeway and the 23 freeway converge. Exit Collins Drive and turn north (away from the wash, toward the hills) and drive 1/8 mile to Campus Road, turn right, proceed 1/8 mile to powwow on your left.

Redbird is a 501(c)(3) non profit promoting the awareness and celebration of indigenous cultures and people and creating a sustainable future www.redbirdsvision.org.