Above: Promotional graphic for the 41st Annual Barona Powwow, Friday, September 2 - Sunday, September 4, 2011, at the Barona Baseball Field - Barona Indian Reservation - 1000 Wildcat Canyon, Lakeside
The Barona Band of Mission Indians invites you to come out and experience the Powwow firsthand as well as visit the museum exhibit to learn about the event’s history and traditions.
Visitors can take an active role in celebrating this milestone by participating in the annual Powwow Sept. 2 through 4, 2011 at the Barona Baseball Field - Barona Indian Reservation - 1000 Wildcat Canyon, Lakeside Google Map
Since its inception 40 years ago, this tribal celebration has grown into a dynamic three-day event featuring more than 200 competing dancers with over 10,000 guests in attendance. Native Americans from across the country will showcase traditional Tribal dances, singing and music, a hand drum contest, authentic Native American cuisine and exquisite handcrafted arts and jewelry.
Powwow guests can visit the Barona Cultural Center & Museum event booth for more information about the Powwow, exhibition and museum. Free to the public, the Barona Museum offers visitors a hands-on opportunity to explore language, traditional arts and share in the many fascinating and inspiring stories of the Kumeyaay/Diegueño experience.
For further information, call the Tribal Office(619) 443-6612