The Sierra Native Alliance invites you to our 8th Annual Auburn Big Time-Pow Wow
On October 16 and 17, 2015, Native American dancers, drummers, singers, artist and food vendors will be gathering from across the region to participate in the Auburn Big Time—Pow Wow at the Gold Country Fairgrounds, 1273 High Street, Auburn, CA.
This free family-friendly event is open to the public with free parking at the fairgrounds. Spectators are encouraged to bring chairs.
This is a drug, alcohol and tobacco free event. No pets allowed.
Head staff
MC – Randy Pico (Luiseno)
Arena Director – Myron Horse (Oglala Lakota)
Head Man – Marcos Madril (Pascua Yaqui)
Head Woman – Alorha Baga (Lakota)
Head Youth Boy – Azelena Rosales
Head Youth Girl – Marshall Rosales
Head Gourd – TBA
Eagle Staff & Color Guard
Host Drums
Northern: Manny Lieras – (Dine & Comanche)
Southern: GeneRay Ahboah – (Kiowa)

ABTPW Program
6PM- 9PM Friday, October 16th
California Indian Dance Night
10AM- 9PM Saturday, October 17th
Intertribal Dance and Songs
11 AM- Gourd Dance
Head Gourd: TBA
12 PM- Grand Entry
Invocation & Flag Songs
Tiny Tots
Junior Boys and Girls
Teen Boys and Girls
5 PM Supper Break-
6 PM Second Grand Entry
Golden Age
Adult Men and Women
Contest Winners Announcement

For more information or to join the committee, please contact SNA at or call SNA main office (530) 888-8767.
Click on the links to view Flyer

Directions from Sacramento Take the Maple St exit toward Auburn
Continue onto Maple St
Stoplight straight onto Auburn Folsom Rd
Turn left onto Fairgate Rd

Directions from Reno: Take the CA-49 exit toward Grass Valley/Placerville
Turn right onto CA-193 E/CA-49 S/Grass Valley Hwy (signs for Placerville)
Turn right onto Lincoln Way
Turn left onto Auburn Folsom Rd
Turn left onto Fairgate Rd

Native Youth Arts Show
The Maidu Museum in Roseville is hosting a Native Youth Art Show this spring. Artwork from students of the Sierra Native Alliance and the United Auburn Indian Community will be on display April 12-30, 2013. This show opens in April with a reception Saturday April 12st, from 6:30-8:30pm at the Night Out at the Museum/Artwalk series. For more information visit: www.

Yomen- Maidu Museum Spring Celebration
Interns from the SNA Native Youth Conservation Corps (NYCC) will be hosting a booth at the Maidu Museum’s Yomen: Spring Celebration on Sunday April 27th, from 10-3pm. This event celebrates spring and California Native culture with traditional dance groups, art and craft demonstrations, guided tours, storytelling, information booths, and children’s activities.
For more information visit: www.