Events

The Sierra Native Alliance Auburn Big Time-Pow Wow Planning Committee Meetings

Auburn Big Time – Pow Wow 2016
Honoring Family and Children of Yesterday and Today
Saturday, October 15, 2016

10am to Noon
California Native Dancing

1pm Grand entry
Intertribal Dancing to 9pm

GOLD COUNTRY FAIRGROUNDS
1273 HIGH STREET, AUBURN, CA

Dancers and Drums info call (916) 747 – 5133
Vendors/General Info call (530) 363 – 8526

www.sierranativealliance.org/events

We invite you to become a part of the Auburn Big Time Pow Wow Committee. Join us in this collaboration to give back to the community and help to make the next Auburn Big Time Pow Wow another great success. The meeting is scheduled for the first Mondays of every month @ 5:30 pm. The meeting will take place at the SNA office, 610 Auburn Ravine Road, Auburn, CA 95603. We look forward to seeing you there!

From I 80 take Highway 49 to Grass Valley
Turn right on Palm Avenue
2nd left after stop sign on Auburn Ravine Rd.
Arrive at 610 Auburn Ravine Road.

For more information or to join the committee, please contact SNA at lorenn@sierranativealliance.org or call SNA main office (530) 888-8767.

VENDORS click here for Application

Check your downloads for application.

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. roseville.ca.us/indainmuseum

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: A Spring Celebration April 30, 2016. Yomen the Leafing Out of Spring Celebration and California Indian Craft Fair. Maidu Museum and Historic Site 1970 Johnson Ranch Dr., Roseville, CA 95661

For more information visit: www. roseville.ca.us/indainmuseum