$8 – $30

42nd Annual Thunderbird American Indian Powwow

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$8 – $30

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Location

Queens County Farm Museum

73-50 Little Neck Parkway

Floral Park, NY 11004

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Refund policy

Refund policy

No Refunds

Event description
Special Admission Days: The 42nd Annual Thunderbird American Indian Powwow is Back!

About this event

Celebrate American Indian Culture through music, dance, authentic Native-made crafts and food. Over forty Indian Nations will be represented at this 3-day spectacular event including Hopi, Winnebago, Cherokee, Kiowa, Lakota, Navajo, Santo Domingo, Taino, Matinecock, Shinnecock, SanBlas Kuna, Rappahanock, Choctaw, Osage and Delaware Nations. Performances include Hoop Dance and Sunset Lighting of the Bonfire at dusk on Friday and Saturday evening.

Dance and music have always been a central part of Native American culture. Powwows are social gatherings where friends and family can enjoy each other’s company, often after many months of separation. Join us as we all have a chance to reconnect again.

Ticket Options:

  • 1-Day Pass
  • 3-Day Pass (includes all 3 days of Powwow)

Event Hours:

Friday, July 23, 2021 | Gates open @ 6pm; Performances 7–10pm

Saturday, July 24, 2021 | Gates open @ 10 am; Performances 12–5pm & 7–10pm

Sunday, July 25, 2021 | Gates open @ 10 am; Performances 12–5pm

FAST FAQs:

• COVID-19: Consistent with CDC & New York State Department of Health guidelines (as of 06.15.2021), fully vaccinated visitors are no longer required to wear face coverings on the grounds at Queens Farm; however, we encourage fully vaccinated visitors to wear face coverings while indoors, e.g. in restrooms, farm store, etc. Visitors three (3) years and older who are not yet fully vaccinated against COVID-19 must continue to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth at all times except when actively eating or drinking while seated.

• Advance tickets recommended as tickets are limited. Online tickets only. A ticket is required to enter powwow and craft/food market; however there is no gate fee to enter farm grounds.

• Event features dance performances and American Indian Craft & Food Market. Additional fees apply for food & craft vendors (prices vary), hayrides ($5/person), and the Floral Escape pop-up. There is no ATM on site.

• Bonfire is held on Friday and Saturday nights between 8-9pm, weather permitting.

• Ages 1 & under are free

• Eventbrite email confirmation will automatically be sent to you upon completion of purchase.

• No refunds/exchanges on Powwow program tickets. All sales are final. Tickets cannot be replaced or transferred. If event is canceled by Queens Farm due to evolving NY State Covid guidelines or inclement weather, Queens Farm will administer full refunds. Weather updates will be posted at queensfarm.org.

• Farm members receive 15% off this program. Contact tasha@queensfarm.org to access discount and confirm your membership. To become a Farm Member, please call 718.347.3276 or email info@queensfarm.org. Queens Farm membership info can be found here.

• Queens County Farm Museum is not a participating institution of idNYC or Cool Culture.

PLANNING YOUR VISIT:

• Free event parking available

• Farm grounds and restrooms are accessible.

• Pets are not allowed, for the safety of our farm animals and visitors. Service animals are permitted as described by the ADA.

• Limited straw bale seating available. Visitors encouraged to bring lightweight, portable seating to this event.

• Strollers, backpacks and bottled water are permitted on our grounds.

• No designated storage for strollers, bags, or coats.

• Bicycle rack available on-site

• This event may be affected by rain. Check for event updates at queensfarm.org if inclement weather is forecasted.

QUESTIONS? Email info@queensfarm.org between Mon–Fri and someone will get back to you.

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Location

Queens County Farm Museum

73-50 Little Neck Parkway

Floral Park, NY 11004

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Refund policy

No Refunds

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Organizer Queens County Farm Museum

Organizer of 42nd Annual Thunderbird American Indian Powwow

Queens County Farm Museum is the longest continually farmed site in New York State. The original property was farmed by the Adriance family beginning in 1697. Today, the farm serves as a vital resource connecting people to agriculture and the environment creating conversations about biodiversity, nutrition, health and wellness, climate change and preserving local history. The Queens County Farm Museum is a New York City Landmark, on the National Register of Historic Places and a member of the Historic House Trust of New York City. Queens Farm hosts a wide variety of acclaimed education programs, public events and adult education programs. 

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