Annual Inter-Tribal Powwow

Annual Inter-Tribal Powwow

Annual Inter-Tribal Powwow 

This two day event includes arts and crafts booths, food vendors, tribal music and dancing, and more.

There are many Luiseño people living today, some on reservations, but most of them in towns and cities. The San Luis Rey Band of Luiseño Indians has kept its identity as a people within the local communities that now exist on ancestral tribal lands. Elective leadership committees and volunteers help to oversee the affairs of the San Luis Rey Band. Today the San Luis Rey Band of Luiseño Indians is constantly being challenged to save and preserve what remains of our great cultural past, and to create and share its heritage with future generations to come. The San Luis Rey Band of Luiseño Indians is associated with the other six Luiseño and Cupeño tribes, La Jolla, Pala, Pauma, Pechanga, Rincon, Saboba and their cultural departments as a Tribal Coalition, working together to preserve our sacred ancestral cultural heritage with local governments and museums.

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Jun 08 2024
All Day

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Mission San Luis Rey
4050 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92057, USA

Organizer

San Luis Rey Mision Indian Foundation
Phone
(760) 757-3651
Email
charlotte@slrmissionindians.org
Website
https://www.slrmissionindians.org/

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Jun 08 2024
All Day

Location

Mission San Luis Rey
4050 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92057, USA

Organizer

San Luis Rey Mision Indian Foundation
Phone
(760) 757-3651
Email
charlotte@slrmissionindians.org
Website
https://www.slrmissionindians.org/

Annual Inter-Tribal Powwow 

This two day event includes arts and crafts booths, food vendors, tribal music and dancing, and more.

There are many Luiseño people living today, some on reservations, but most of them in towns and cities. The San Luis Rey Band of Luiseño Indians has kept its identity as a people within the local communities that now exist on ancestral tribal lands. Elective leadership committees and volunteers help to oversee the affairs of the San Luis Rey Band. Today the San Luis Rey Band of Luiseño Indians is constantly being challenged to save and preserve what remains of our great cultural past, and to create and share its heritage with future generations to come. The San Luis Rey Band of Luiseño Indians is associated with the other six Luiseño and Cupeño tribes, La Jolla, Pala, Pauma, Pechanga, Rincon, Saboba and their cultural departments as a Tribal Coalition, working together to preserve our sacred ancestral cultural heritage with local governments and museums.

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