Powwow on the Hudson to Take Place in Beacon on May 25-27

Native American festival at University Settlement

The Nimham Mountain Singers

The Nimham Mountain Singers

The Native American festival Powwow on the Hudson will focus on “The River That Flows Both Ways” this year with a new location at the University Settlement Camp, 724 Wolcott Ave. in Beacon, Saturday, May 25, through Monday, May 27.

The host drum will be the Nimham Mountain Singers of the Hudson Valley, and there will be a special performance by the Salinas Family Aztec Dancers. All drums and dancers are welcome. There will also be Native American craft vendors, foods and storytelling.

The gate opens at 11 a.m. on all three days and closes 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, May 25 and 26, and 5 p.m. Monday, May 27. Admission is $6, seniors and children (ages 6-11) $5. Parking is free and accessible. The event is drug-, alcohol- and weapons-free.


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One thought on “Powwow on the Hudson to Take Place in Beacon on May 25-27

  1. Although a pathetic commentary, looks like this will need to be added to every event flyer and news story: “The event is drug-, alcohol- and weapons-free.”