NHBP Pow Wow 2018

Bozho {Hello}:

As part of your community, the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi is reaching out to extend an invitation to you to join us June 23 and 24 for our annual Pow Wow at Pine Creek Indian Reservation. The relationships we have built within the community are very valuable and it is important to us to share our culture with our neighbors.

This could be the perfect opportunity to attend your first Pow Wow, or we’d like to welcome you back. Admission is free with activities such as drumming, dancing, singing and other cultural events. Vendors will be selling Native crafts and traditional foods on-site. There will be a parade on Saturday morning. All ages are welcome.

Don’t worry if you don’t know Pow Wow etiquette. We’ll teach you what you need to know when you arrive. Pick up a brochure at the information booth or download one by clicking here.

We look forward to seeing you in June at the 2018 NHBP Pow Wow.
Please check back for updated information as we get closer to June!

Migwéch {Thank you},
NHBP Tribal Members and Staff

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1485 Mno-Bmadzewen Way
Fulton, MI 49052


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Pow Wow Camping


Rustic camping (limited electrical service, temporary facilities) is allowed at Pine Creek Reservation during special events, at the discretion of the Tribal committee or government department hosting the event in question. At such events, camping will be permitted at designated areas and sites only. All persons intending to camp at the Pine Creek Reservation are required to register and acquire a camping permit (no cost) and must adhere to the general rules stated below.

Event ‘Camping Permit Application’ and ‘Permit to Camp’ (attached documents) must be completed by a ‘Permit Holder’ and include all individuals who will reside at the campsite; application and permit forms may be downloaded from the event website, or acquired at the NHBP Tribal Police Department, NHBP Housing Department, or camp manager/ranger during the event.

Individual campsites are marked and will accommodate two (2) large tents, fire ring, and picnic table (limited availability); Recreational Vehicle (RV) and trailer campers may park at larger designated sites only, at the discretion of the camp manager/ranger. Automobiles may access the campsites to deliver equipment and goods only – camper parking (overnight and event) will be available in the immediate vicinity of the camping area.

Campfires are allowed at individual sites, so long as the fire is maintained inside the ‘fire ring’ provided at the site and continually monitored. Note: The camp manager/ranger may prohibit campfires if seasonal-weather or other local conditions are not favorable to recreational fires, etc.

Campers (‘Permit Holder’) are responsible for maintaining the campsite in a clean and orderly fashion.

Campers (‘Permit Holder’) are responsible for maintaining a quiet and peaceful campsite.



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Contact: Ben Tenney

1485 Mno-Bmadzewen Way Fulton MI 49052│ Phone: 269-704-8363 │ Fax: 269.729.5920 │ Email: btenney@nhbpi.com


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Contact: Robyn Burlingham

1485 Mno-Bmadzewen Way Fulton MI 49052 │ Phone: 269-704-8373 │ Fax: 269.729.5920 │ Email: rburlingham@nhbpi.com