The noun Powwow, from the Narragansett Eastern Algonquian language is defined as any gathering of Native people. However, in Indian Country, we define it as a cultural event that features group singing and dancing by men, women and children. Through these gathering, cultural traditions are passed from generation to generation. Skilled Native American artisans travel across the country to attend various Powwows to display and sell their hand made goods.
The Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce will hold its Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 26th at 11 a.m. in Cupola Park. Children will be divided by age group in the search for 5,000 hidden eggs. For more information contact the Chamber office 302-934-6777 or check Chamber website www.millsborochamber.com
Mike Rose will perform his comedy magic. Working on two levels, Mike simultaneously entertains audience members of all ages. While the kids are caught up in the magic and off the wall interactive comedy, the adults are entertained on a second level with inside jokes, situational humor, and obscure references. Refreshments will be served.
WHEN: Saturday, November 7th, 2015
WHERE: Irv & Phyllis Levin Employment Center