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Saturday February 11th, 11:00am to 6:00pm
"Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits, 1st Annual Two Spirit Pow-Wow"
1800 Market Street, San Francisco /
San Francisco LGBT Community Center-4th Floor

Head MC'S: Earl Neconie-Kiowa and L.Frank Manriquez-Tongva-Acjachemen.
Arena Director: Erik Kimple-Kiowa
Head Man: Ben Wolf-Kiowa
Head Woman: Jaqueline Lomeli-Luiseno
Host Drums:TBA

*Contest pow-wow *All Dancers Welcome *Arts & Craft, Food Vendors*Raffels *Alcohol and Substance free event *Interested vendors contact Ruth at peacewarrior@earthlink.net.

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