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2013 Tennessee State Pow Wow at Long Hunter State Park

From: Rose L.
Sent on: Friday, October 11, 2013 7:17 PM

Just a heads up that next weekend is the annual Tennessee State Pow Wow at Long Hunter State Park. I've been going for YEARS! I have meetups planned both days, but hope to head over for a little bit on Sunday with the dog in tow before Arrington if anyone would like to join me. Send me a private message and I will look for you. I plan to go between 10am-1pm Sunday.

I was adopted as an infant - my father was 1/2 Cherokee and my mother 1/4 so this is something I really look forward to every year. I can't believe I let this slip up on me.

Leashed dogs are welcome!


Native American Indian Food, Arts & Crafts, Live Music, Dances

Long Hunter State Park
Nashville, Tennessee

2910 Hobson Pike 
• From Nashville, take I-40 East to Mt. Juliet Road, Exit 226-A. 
Go south (right) about 6¾ miles to the main park entrance. 
Or take I-24 East to Old Hickory Boulevard, Exit 62. 
Go north (left) on SR171 about 6½ miles to the main park entrance.)

$6 general admission 
$3 seniors & children ages 6-12

children ages 0-5 free


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