Odanak Pow Wow will remain faithful to the ingredients that have made it so popular. Once again, the first weekend of July will be devoted to a range of activities against the backdrop of Aboriginal drumming and singing. This immersion in Abenaki traditions will be the opportunity to try typical dishes, such as smoked fish, sagamité and bannock, traditional Amerindiansoup and bread. In a spirit of openness, this Pow Wow will also provide an opportunity to discover other First Nations. A free event, open to everyone!
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Things to consider at a Pow Wow
Pow Wows are cultural celebrations of pride for people of all ages. These dynamic events showcase the drums, dance, regalia, food and crafts of Indigenous Peoples and Nations all across Turtle Island, the land otherwise known as North America.Learn More
PLANNING YOUR TRIP
TAKE A DELICIOUS JOURNEY INTO INDIGENOUS CULTURE
Pull up a seat at one of the many Indigenous owned eateries from sea to sea to sea. All across the country, authentic Indigenous chefs and culinary experts are cooking up delicacies that infuse modern recipes with traditional techniques and flair. Here, you’ll find everything from cozy bistros and premade spice mixes to large catering operations and upscale restaurants.
UNIQUE PRODUCTS, AUTHENTIC INDIGENOUS QUALITY
Find everything from unique gifts, treasured keepsakes to modern art pieces of epic proportions—lovingly crafted by Indigenous makers and artisans across the country. Every piece, from the smallest bracelets to the largest sculpture, tells a story that transcends generations and the ages. Every purchase you make helps to keep those stories alive.