Native American heritage on display at fall pow wow
A celebration of Louisiana's tribal nations brings all together in a unique gathering that honors their past.
Fall is the perfect time of year to honor our most American roots. Plan ahead to enjoy one of Louisiana's unique celebrations of Native American heritage – America's heritage – with exhibitions, music, contest dancing, storytelling and many other activities that are educational and fun.
The Louisiana Indian Heritage Association presents its annual fall pow wow in November. The powwow is a family-friendly event, in an alcohol-free environment, open to everyone. Bring the kids to learn about the rich culture that is integral to American history. The American Indian warrior culture holds the military, veterans and first responders in highest esteem, and honors them in every session.
If the annual Black Friday shopping ordeal is getting old, why not do your holiday shopping at the Indian Market, featuring choice Native American crafts, jewelry, music, clothing and artwork.
Highlights of the powwow often include dance contests, intertribal dancing, Native American crafts and demonstrations, specialty foods, exhibitions, storytelling and children's activities.
For more details, see LIHA Fall Powwow.