Location: Wendell Phillips Center (WPC) Lawn @ University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211
Everyone is welcome to experience this campus and community gathering where indigenous peoples of the West share their songs, dances, drums, arts, crafts, foods and more.
The University of the Pacific El Centro (formally known as Latinx Community Outreach Office) and the Stockton Pow Wow Committee are proud to host the Annual Stockton Labor Day Pow Wow event. Everyone is welcome to experience this campus and community gathering where indigenous peoples of the West share their songs, dances, drums, arts, crafts, foods and more. Come and enjoy the rich cultures of our nation’s native peoples!
Since 1981, Native Americans representing tribes from throughout California and other western states have converged on the University of the Pacific on Labor Day Weekend for the three day Stockton Labor Day Pow Wow. The public is welcome to this family friendly, free celebration of Native culture.
Dozens of vendors will set up booths for this year’s Pow Wow. They will offer Native foods, artwork, crafts, clothing, jewelry and many other items. Look for buffalo burgers, Indian hotdogs, which are wrapped in frybread and deep fried, Native American tacos, which include ground beef and other toppings on frybread, and of course frybread!
Free to the Public, everyone is welcome!
For Info call 209.662.3131 Chris Rosado, Vendors 209.609.9253 Dave Wilson
Presented by University of the Pacific and the Stockton Community Pow Wow committee. The Stockton Labor Day Pow Wow is an alcohol and drug-free celebration; no outside sales or raffles permitted.