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Menominee Clans Story Pow Wow

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Date

Jun 05 2021

Time

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Location

Oshkosh Public Museum
1331 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh WI
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In honor of the Menominee Clan Story, carved and painted by Menominee artist, James F. Frechette, Jr., we invite you to the opening of the exhibition. The opening will include a Pow Wow as a gathering for us to join, dance, sing, and honor the culture of the Menominee.

The Arena Director will be Gary Besaw; Master of Ceremonies, Bruce Wilber, the Menominee Veterans Honor Guard; Drums will be Smokey Town and Wolf River Singers; Male head dancer, Ronnie Bowan; Female head dancer, Dawn Wilber; Food Vendors: Gii Taáse Family Singers, Brothertown Indians; Art Vendors: Stomping Turtle, Weeping Heart, Woodland Creations, Blanc Family and more!

Bring your chairs or blankets and enjoy a beautiful summer day on the historic grounds of the Oshkosh Public Museum. Those attending are asked to be respectful of the guidelines of COVID-19, to protect those we care about with social distancing, wearing a mask and hand washing.

The Pow Wow is free for the public to attend, with general admission for Museum entrance.