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The Yahoola United Cherokee Museum and Cultural Education Center, Inc, a Non Profit 501C3 on Saturday and Sunday March 26th - 27th held the first annual Yahoola Spring Powwow. The powwow is being put on to help raise funds to go toward the construction of a world class museum in Dahlonega. We believe this to be a historic event as being the first Powwow in Dahlonega. It was held atop Crown Mountain at Findley Ridge in Dahlonega (behind the Shell Station)

Some photos of the 2011 Powwow

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Spring 2012 Sponsors:
Davis Poultry Equipment, Inc, Dahlonega Ace Hardware, Dahlonega Homedepot, Thunder104.3FM, Gilstrap Farms, Townley Portable Toilets, The Bull 94.9FM, Betty Dunn, Wal-mart
2012 Yahoola Spring Powwow weekend of March 31st

2012 Vendor Application Form Cick here for Vendor Application. Primitive camping is avalable for vendors.

Yahoola United Cherokee Museum and Cultural Education Center have set the dates of Saturday March 31st and Sunday April 1st as the dates for the 2nd Annual Yahoola Spring Powwow.t Public is welcome. Help us Build A Cherokee Museum in Dahlonega. Come take a tour of an authentic Cherokee home and articles that was typical before 1800's , come watch a dugout canoe be crafted. A Plains style encampment will be constructed which includes a tepee, to show the differences between the western and eastern tribes. Watch Native dancers and participate at certain times. Don't want to watch, join in, a t a tomahawk throw will be held you can test your skills while having fun. Have you ever ate an “Indian” taco, you have a chance to, taste that and other foods from Buffalo Burgers to Fry bread . Take some memories with you, vendors will be selling Native American and Native American style items.


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Yahoola Spring Powwow In The News

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