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Pocumtuck Homelands Festival Returns to Unity Park
Saturday, August 6
10 AM - 7 PM

Theresa “Bear” Fox nd Kontiwennenhawi
The Third Annual Pocumtuck Homelands Festival returns to the waterfront at Unity Park, 1st Street, in Turners Falls. Saturday, August 6, 
10 a.m. - 7 p.m.

This year's festival will feature Native American artists, musicians, vendors, and educators.  The day-long schedule of music will include performances by Mohawk (Wolf Clan) singer-songwriter Theresa “Bear” Fox and Kontiwennenhawi: the Akwasasne Women Singers; “Wave Artist” Mixashawn; Native American flute player George Leduc; Medicine Mammals Singers; and Black Hawk Singers.  

"Bear"  Fox  is a three-time Native American Music Awards (NAMMY) winner: Best Debut Artist, 2014; Best Traditional (with Kontiwennahawi: the Akwasasne Women Singers), 2015; Songwriter of the Year, 2016. 

Black Hawk Singers at PHF 2015
The day's events will also include, a Penobscot hoop dancer, round dancing, spiritual teachings by Native American elders hosted by co-sponsors Visioning BEAR Circle Intertribal Coalition, primitive skills demonstrations, children’s activities, Native American history of the Great Falls area presentations, children's crafts ($2 fee), storytelling, and a powwow emcee.

The event is Free. Appropriate for all ages. Accessible.  
All are welcome.
Joe Graveline tells story of 
The Great Falls Massacre 
(Video courtesy of GCTV) 

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