One with Spirit

One with Spirit

Evangeline D Chavez

The Gathering of Nations is an experience for all people (Indian and Non-Indian) to come see the colorful PowWow dancing and to hear the songs and become enlightened with emotional happiness! Over 3,000 indigenous / Native American / Indian dancers and Singers representing more than 500 tribes from Canada and the United States come to Gathering of Nations PowWow annually to participate socially and competitively.

April 25-27, 2013
University of New Mexico Arena “The Pit”

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~ by Evangeline Art Photography on March 2, 2013.

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