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Time: June 25, 2011 all day
Location: Old Stone Church
Street: 251 Main St
City/Town: East Haven Ct
Website or Map: http://acqtc.org/
Phone: 203-467-2907
Event Type: educational, and, ceremonial
Organized By: kathy mallory
Latest Activity: Jun 24, 2011

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The Old Stone Church and the Quinnipiac Indians are working together to bring a once in a life time event to East Haven, CT

Grand Entrance at 11:30 Ceramony of Tears at 12:00.

Native Dancers and drummers. Displays and hands on artifacts.

open to all. Free.

For more info go to the http://acqtc.org/.

Food Vendors wanted contact tony.bearskin@charter.net 

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Comment by kathy mallory on June 14, 2011 at 1:06pm
There will be Native Drummers and Dancers, a wigwum and artifacts , and many many Native American Indians. Food vendors and Photo Opts that you will never see again in your Life Time. The Washing Away the Tears Ceremony and a Treaty between the Myles Standish Family and the Quinnipiac Council.
Comment by kathy mallory on June 14, 2011 at 1:03pm

There is so much more to this Powwow, but I am limited to only 2000 characters.

For more info go to the http://acqtc.org/ to learn much more.

The Quinnipiac indiams were our friends 300 years ago and help to build the Old Stone Church, So we invited them to be apart of the celbration.

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