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Honor The Treaty Powwow

Date/Time May 4 - , 12:00 am Status: Active Pow Wow Size:Less than 100 dancers Location 2082 West Live Oak: 2082 West Live Oak, Fredericksburg, TX Contact: Phone: 580-583-5365 Email: Website: Head Man: Head Lady: MC: Host Drums: Other Drums: Additional Information: Noon till 10pm / Vendors and…
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Honor The Treaty Powwow

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