Annual Harvest Moon and Creator Praise Celebration. Hosted by the Praying Indians of Natick Tribe. Honoring the Elders, Special Guest, Food, Singing, Dancing, Storytelling & More. This powwow takes place the last Saturday of September every year.
The earth is sacred, Creator says it is so. Join us and give honor to this sacred bond. Let the soles of your moccasins feel the power of the Great Spirit. How good and pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity!- Psalm 133:1
We thank the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation and the Town of Natick for allowing our tribe to hold this ceremony on our sacred land. All are welcome to this *FREE event!
*Please note that while admission to the Natick Powwow is free, Cochituate State Park does charge a fee for parking.
ABSOLUTELY NO ALCOHOL ALLOWED