Schedule of Events

Indian Summer 2016 Entertainment Schedule

(All acts and times subject to change)

Fireworks are Saturday, 10pm

 

Friday, September 9

 

Miller Stage

 

4:30  Dinehtah Navajo Dancers
6:00  Opening Ceremony
7:00  Drum Jam
9:30  Jamie Kelli Band

 

Mohican Pavillion

 

8:00  TBA

 

Native Hearts Stage

 

5:15  Dance Academy of Mexico (Aztec Dancers)
6:15  Milwaukee Moccasins
7:15  Dinehtah Navajo Dancers
8:15  Milwaukee Moccasins
9:15  TBA

 

Great Lakes Great Nations Pow Wow Arena

 

7:00    Grand Entry

10:30  Supaman

 

Gathering Place Stage

 

10:30  Lacrosse, Menominee History & Soft Lacrosse Demonstration

11:45   Lacrosse, Annishinabe History & Soft Lacrosse Demonstration

1:00    Lacrosse, Oneida History &  Demonstration

6:00    Lacrosse, Menominee History & Soft Lacrosse

 

Woodland Pattern Stage

 

8:00  Poetry Reading featuring Margaret Noodin and Wisconsin Poet Laureate Kimberly Blaeser

 

Ecuador Manta Dance Club  (To the right of the main gate past the Indian Summer Souvenir booth.)

Ecuador Manta will be playing their unique blend of music all day

 

Saturday, September 10

 

Miller Stage

 

12:00 Dance Academy of Mexico (Aztec Dancers)
1:00   Dinehtah Navajo Dancers
2:00   Bobby Bullet
3:00   Indian Summer Music Awards Show
5:00   Dance Academy of Mexico (Aztec Dancers)
6:00   Fiddle and Jig Contest with Richie Plass and the Bed Bugs
8:00   Brule’

10:00 Fireworks

10:15  Eagle and Hawk

 

Mohican Pavillion

 

12:00  Boxing

 

Native Hearts Stage

 

12:15  Corn Husk Doll Making with Kim Reyes
2:30    Dance Academy of Mexico (Aztec Dancers)
3:30    Dinehtah Navajo Dancers
4:30    TBA
5:30    Milwaukee Moccasins
6:30    TBA
7:30    Dinehtah Navajo Dancers
8:30    Milwaukee Moccasins
9:30    TBA

 

Eagle’s Nest Stage

 

12:30  Cooking Demo with Chef Chase Anderson, Dream Dance Steak

1:30    Cooking Demo with Chef Robert Barton and the MATC Culinary Arts Students

2:30    Cooking Demo with Chef Robert Barton and the MATC Culinary Arts Students

3:30    Cooking Demo with Chef Robert Barton and the MATC Culinary Arts Students

 

Great Lakes Great Nations Pow Wow Arena

 

1:00    Grand Entry (Grand Entry will be for the Pink Shawl Initiative)

7:00    Grand Entry

10:30  Supaman

 

Urban Park (Lacrosse field)

 

10:00  Chumash games

2:00    Honor Game for Judy Dordel

3:00    Chumash games

 

Gathering Place Stage

 

12:00  Lacrosse, Menominee History and Soft Lacrosse  Demonstration

1:00    Lacrosse, Annishinabe History and Soft Lacrosse Demonstration

4:00    Lacrosse, Ho-Chunk History and Soft Lacrosse Demonstration

5:00    Modern Game, rules, equipment Outdoor

5:30    Modern Indoor Lacrosse, rules, equipment

7:00    Lacrosse, Oneida History and Soft Lacrosse Demonstration

 

Woodland Pattern Stage

 

3:00   Play Reading in Anishinaabemowin and English
6:00   Poetry Recitations with Poet Laureate Kimberly Blaeser

Ecuador Manta Dance Club  (To the right of the main gate past the Indian Summer Souvenir booth.)

Ecuador Manta will be playing their unique blend of music all day

Sunday, September 11

 

Miller Stage

 

11:30  Dinehtah Navajo Dancers
12:45  Eagle and Hawk
2:30    Fiddle and Jig Contest with Richie Plass and the Bed Bugs
4:30    Dance Academy of Mexico (Aztec Dancers)
5:30    Morgan Creek Band

 

Mohican Pavillion

 

12:00  Boxing

 

Native Hearts Stage

 

12:00  Dance Academy of Mexico (Aztec Dancers)
1:00    Dinehtah Navajo Dancers
2:00    Dance Academy of Mexico (Aztec Dancers)
3:00    Milwaukee Moccasins
4:00    Dinehtah Navajo Dancers
5:00    Milwaukee Moccasins
6:00    TBA
7:00    Milwaukee Moccasins

 

Eagle’s Nest Stage

 

1:00    Cooking Demo with Chef Robert Barton and the MATC Culinary Arts Students

2:00    Cooking Demo with Chef Robert Barton and the MATC Culinary Arts Students

3:00    WOLFE Group (Work Out, Low Fat for Elders)

 

Great Lakes Great Nations Pow Wow Arena

 

1:00  Grand Entry

 

Urban Park (Lacrosse field)

 

Urban Park will be the host to Indian Summer Festival full field lacrosse games all day Sunday.

The field will be open to all ages and clubs that reserve time to play!

 

Gathering Place Stage

 

 

12:00  Lacrosse, Menominee History and Soft Lacrosse  Demonstration

1:00    Modern Game, rules, equipment Outdoor Lacrosse, Annishinabe History and Soft Lacrosse Demonstration

3:00    OPEN PLAY

4:00    Lacrosse, Ho-Chunk History and Soft Lacrosse Demonstration

5:00    Lacrosse, Annishinabe History and Soft Lacrosse Demonstration

6:00    Modern Indoor Lacrosse, rules, equipment

7:00    Lacrosse, Oneida History and Soft Lacrosse Demonstration

 

Woodland Pattern Stage

 

3:00  Poetry Reading featuring Franklin Cline

 

Ecuador Manta Dance Club  (To the right of the main gate past the Indian Summer Souvenir booth.)

Ecuador Manta will be playing their unique blend of music all day