Pow Wow


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Pow Wow

Informal; a meeting, especially an urgent meeting. For example, a manager may have a pow wow with an employee who is underperforming to warn him about his situation.
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For nearly two decades Soboba's pow wow has been a space for the community to meet old friends, make new ones, have fun, and dance on their own reservation.
Shirt, however, will perform at the Knowledge Is Pow Wow finale.
Pow Wow Marketing will be demonstrating their marketing suite of products to attendees and other exhibitors.
Other foods served at pow wows might be buffalo burgers, succotash, acorn soup, or alligator bites.
2) Lester Begay, Kevin Hale, Henry Hale and Phillip Hale, from left, play a drum together during the Hart of the West Native American Pow Wow at William S.
Pow Wows are a lot more than just a bunch of people gathering together to dance in elaborate costumes, plumage, and beadwork.
Andy Mahler and Linda Lee hosted the first Pow Wow in 1987 at their rambling house on a gravel road that deadends in the Hoosier National Forest in southern Indiana.
For many, the POW WOW is their one opportunity to see first-hand products they normally order from a catalog.
In terms of economic impact and global exposure, International Pow Wow is the Olympic Games of the U.
Spokane Indian Days Pow Wow, Wellpinit, Washington, 1980.
The Ridgecrest Petroglyph Festival will have an Inter-tribal Pow Wow, a street festival, a family fun zone, arts and crafts, film screenings, education lectures and the dedication of the newly developed Petroglyph Park," Lueck said.
The week-long celebration culminates with a Family Day Pow Wow Festival at Shaw Millenium Park.