Traditional Social

This annual event is full of music, dance and fun. For those of us who remember the first pow wow, it seems it can’t possibly be the 25th year! Friday, July 10-2015 7pm FREE, All welcome! Location: Pow Wow Grounds Kahnawake Mohawk Territory Just 10 miles south of Montreal Routes 132 & 138 (off Mercier Bridge) Public Transportation available from …

Brief History Of Kahnawake

The Mohawks of Kahnawá:ke (Kahnawákeró:non) are an ancient people with a vibrant culture and rich history. We are one of the eight communities that make up the Mohawk (Kanien:keha’ka) Nation and have historic, political and cultural ties based on Honor, Trust and Respect to the Oneida, Seneca, Onondaga, Cayuga and Tuscarora Nations of the Northeastern part of North America. In …

Norman Knott

  Norman Knott 1945 – 2003 Norman Knott was a Native artist who was born on the Curve Lake Reserve, just north of Peterborough, Ontario in 1945. He lived in a small quiet community all his life and resided there with his wife and three children. The knowledge he acquired there allowed him to create meaningful and colourful paintings. Norman’s paintings …

Pow Wow Committee

Message from the Pow Wow Committee 2015 The Echoes of a Proud Nation Pow Wow was originally established in 1991 to bring people together to share in a native spiritual celebration of life through drumming, song and dance; to come together to renew old friendships and make new ones. Whether you come from far or near, we are honored that …