Restoring Harmony Powwow   - May 02, 2015

Restoring Harmony Powwow Westside YMCA
5400 S Olympia Ave
Tulsa, OK 74107

Phone: 918-382-2217
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Experience the spirit of an ancient tradition at the 2015 Restoring Harmony Powwow at Tulsa's Westside YMCA. This event begins with stickball games that will take you back in time. Continue with an awareness hike and a showing of the film "Bully." In the afternoon, enjoy traditional gourd dancing before the sun sets and the grand entry parade begins.

When you see participants in traditional regalia, you'll probably want to take something home for yourself to remember this sacred event. The event will feature vendors for shopping. Browse booths boasting American Indian ...

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  • General Information: Free admission

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-44

Event begins at 10am.

Heading from the east- take I-44 E and Exit 225 toward Elmwood Ave. Turn right on W 51st St and continue into I-44 Access Rd. Turn left on W Skelly Dr and left on S Olympia Ave. Destination will be on the left.

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Amy DeMoss

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