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Sycamore Springs: Native American Powwow at Edmonton, KY

By Cindy Meyer

It is still not too late for the folks of this area to enjoy a Native American Style Powwow over in Metcalfe County. Just a stones throw off the Cumberland Parkway (literally!) Directions clearly mark the way. It is being held at the Cumberland Parkway Motocross Track, 432 Old Glasgow RD, Edmonton KY with plenty of parking.


Admission is only $5.00 each with a $15.00 limit for immediate families. Tomorrow there will be drumming, dancing, singing, storytelling, and demonstrators. Crafters will be coming from near and far with their Native style designs.

There will be specialty and social dancing, all dancers even those not in authentic regalia are welcome to come and participate. You can visit the teepees.

Today's activities are just about over, but folks can still catch Sunday's activities June 12. Gates open from 11am - 5pmCT with Grand Entry at noon. Cameras are welcome, but please respect certain dances as directed by the announcer as they will ask no pictures or video be taken during certain dances and ceremonies. Concessions on premises.


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Singers sang, drummers drummed, & dancers danced



2011-06-12 - 432 Old Glasgow RD, Edmonton, KY - Photo By Cynthia Meyer.
Scenes from a Native American Style Powwow, held at the Cumberland Parkway Motocross Track 432 Old Glasgow Rd, Edmonton KY. Today's activities, for Sunday, June 12, 2011 are a chance for folks to learn and enjoy. Gates open from 11am - 5pmCt with Grand Entry @ noon. Cameras are welcome, but please respect certain dances as directed by the announcer as they will ask no pictures or video be taken during certain dances and ceremonies. Photos above taken by Cynthia Meyer, on Saturday, June 11,2011

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