Native Indian powwow one day $39/Q

Departure Date:July10/11 Include the entrance

Departure date: July12/13,2013 departure time: 8:30 am departure place: 68 Rene-Levesque O.Montreal price: $39/p include: transport, taxes, entrance ticket. Powwow time is Indian people meeting together, to join in dancing, singing, visiting, renewing old friendships and making new ones. this is a time to renew thoughts of the old ways and to preserve a rich heritage. originally a powwow, or"celebration" as it was called in the old days, was held in the spring to welcome the new beginnings of life. often different tribal nations would come together for the occasion. during these general meetings the Native American Indians would settle arguments between different groups, form alliances, and trade with one another. it was also a time for families to hold naming and honoring ceremonies. the original pow Wows often were of religious significance and therefore consisted of different religious songs and dances. please note that at contemporary powWows religious dances are usually not performed