Lawilowan American Indian Festival Inc.

The 2021 Muddy Run Powwow Has Moved!

A Message from Arvil Meisenhelter


The Muddy Run Pow Wow will no longer be held at Muddy Run Park. This is beyond our control and was NOT in anyway  our decision.
This year we are having the Pow Wow at the Steam O Rama Grounds in Windsor Pa. The address is 1673 Manor Road, Windsor PA 17366. The weekend and times will remain the same.
Camping will be available to the vendors, dancers, drummers, and volunteers only. Primitive only. Port-a-pots on location but no showers.
There will be much more for us to do and it will take a village for this to run smooth. Please volunteer, and be sure to come join us at the new location.  We need our community more than ever this year!

Muddy Run Powwow is our outdoor, end of summer gathering, that began in 2009 as an addition to the Lawilowan American Indian Festival held in the midwinter. It coincides with traditional celebrations held at the time of year for gathering of harvest and provides an opportunity for both observers and participants to connect with American Indian culture on a deeper level in a natural environment. The two day, non-competitive, traditional powwow is one of the largest in the area and draws as many as 350 dancers, 30 vendors, and about 2000 attendees each year. Muddy Run Powwow provides a family friendly environment for local native peoples to celebrate the many tribes from which they hail and share their traditions and customs with the public.

The 2021 Pow-wow will be held September 18th & 19th. Saturday the 18th, the gate will open at 10 am with Grand Entry at noon. Dancing will end at 9 pm. Sunday the 19th, the gate will open at 10 am Grand Entry at noon. Dancing will end at 5 pm

On site camping is available for vendors and dancers only.

The address for this powwow is 1673 Manor Road, Windsor PA 17366

Contact Arvil With Any Questions:  or 717-817-6421

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