The 5th Annual UCMO Trading Moon Pow Wow on November 2, 2019 at the UCM Student Recreation Center in Warrensburg, Missouri is an intertribal gathering, open to all, whether they are of Native American heritage or not.
The host drum group will drum and sing, dancers in tribal regalia will participate in traditional dances, and vendors will sell Native American arts, crafts, and food to participants and visitors alike. Admission and parking are FREE!
Host Northern Drum: TBA
Host Southern Drum: The Young Bucks ● Head Singer A.J. Esau
Master of Ceremonies: Bob Wolrey
Head Man: Cody R. Goff
Head Lady: Victoria Lee
Arena Director: Troy Wilson
Head Gourd Dancer: Bob LaRoussa
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12:00 Gourd Dance
2:30 Grand Entry
5:00 Dinner Break
6:00 Gourd Dance
6:45 Grand Entry
9:30 Closing Ceremony