June 6th & 7th, 2015
Billie Creek Inn, 765-569-3430 – www.billiecreekinn.net
Covered Bride Motel, 765-569-2833 – www.coveredbridgemotel.com
Knoll Inn, 765-569-5226
Motel Forrest, 765-569-5250 – www.motelforest.com
Park Bridge Motel, 765-569-3525 – www.parkbridgemotel.com
Raccoon Motel & Raccoon Lakeside Lodge, 765-344-1162 – www.raccoonlodge.com
Turkey Run Inn, 877-563-4371 – www.indianainns.com
The Miami Indian All Nations Gathering is not-for-profit event and its main objective is keep its Native American Heritage alive and educate the public on its history.
If you would like to help us to continue to keep our heritage alive you can make your check payable to MNI Gathering Committee and send it to: MNI Gathering Committee, Attn: Ray France, 707 West Main Street, Waveland, IN 47989. If you have any questions please call 317-372-9457(ask for Roger Trahin)
OPEN TO PUBLIC — Daily admission price: Adults $5.00 & Children 12 & under free (Parking included with admission)
Drums: Host Drum MNI’s Mississenewa Singers and Visiting Drum is Thunder with the Hands.
Performing before all grand entrances: Michael Jacobs (Award winning Cherokee recording artist).
Master of Ceremonies: Aaron Stephens
Saturday, June 6th – Powwow opens – hours 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM (EST) —– Grand Entry/dancing 1:00-4:00 and 6:00-8:00. 15 hula dancers from the Indiana School of Polynesian Arts will be performing from 5-5:30 PM.
Sunday, June 7th – Final day of Powwow – hours 10:00 am – 4:00 pm (EST) —Grand Entry/dancing 12:00 – 3:00
Located at 11515 East US Highway 36, Rockville, IN 47872 -available on Google maps(link below) – 3 miles east of Raccoon State Recreation Area) https://www.google.com/maps/dir//11515+U.S.+36,+Rockville,+INemail@example.com,-87.0229279,17z/data=!4m13!1m4!3m3!1s0x886d250a0fa8ddc1:0xfa7e53eb49ccdbe!2s11515+U.S.+36!3b1!4m7!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x886d250a0fa8ddc1:0xfa7e53eb49ccdbe!2m2!1d-87.0229279!2d39.7537329
Once again this year “Missisinewa Drum and Singers” will be joined by a visiting drum ” Thunder with the Hands”. We will have our dancers, flutist, Native American Crafts and food, story telling and much more.
And, for a second year: Award winning recording artist, Michael Jacobs, will entertain everyone before all Grand Entrances on Saturday and Sunday. Michael a “Nammy-winning singer/songwriter is serious about changing the world”. (The Art of Peace-CD). Visit his website www.sacrednation.com.
Our Master of Ceremonies: Aaron Stephens
Saturday at 5:00 PM -the Indiana School of Polynesian Arts will perform. Visit their website http://www.indyhula.org/
We will have over 20+ Native American Vendors displaying and selling their crafts and foods as well as Fry Bread, kettle corn and much more.
Discounts available for large groups