oSiYo uGaNaLi (Hello My Friend)

by Lynn McMillen
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The Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama is an Alabama State Recognized Tribe since 1984.  They are holding their 15th annual Echota Cherokee Festival and PowWow on September 29 and 30.  The festival will be held at Oakville Indian Mounds Park just  south of Moulton,  Alabama.  There will be American Native American Artisans, Craftsmen, story telling and legends  with dancing, flute playing and living history demonstrations.   Traditional Native American food will be served such as Indian Tacos and fry bread.

Gate Times:

September 29, Saturday 9am – 5pm with the Grand Entry set for 11am

September 30, Sunday 9am – 4pm with Grand Entry at 12 noon.

Host Southern Drum – White Horse Singers.  The EmCee  will be Faron Weeks.  The Head Man Is Allen Atkins.  The Head Lady is Allie Pisacrita and the Head Veteran is James Wires.



All Dancers, Drums, Veterans, and Eagle Staffs are welcome.

There will be plenty of free parking and a primitive camp ground is available for vendors and volunteers.  Don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs and blankets.

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