The White Buffalo Society Annual Pow-Wow, is set for July 19-21, 2013. This year, the event moves to a new location, Summitville Community Center, 102 E. Walnut Street, Summitville, Indiana. This annual event is held the third weekend in July and celebrates the crafts, dance, food, and music of the Native American culture.
The White Buffalo Society was established in October 1996 by Jim Mullins and Frank Davison in Muncie, Indiana. It is a non-profit organization founded to educate the public regarding all aspects of Native American culture, such as history, religious practices, and the arts. The group meets the first Saturday of each month at 6:30 pm at the Forest Park Senior Citizens Center, 2517 W. 8th Street, Muncie, Indiana.
The Society also financially supports groups who help women victimized by domestic violence, at both the national and local level.
The public is invited to both the monthly meetings and the annual Pow-Wow. Come discover the active Native American culture located here in East Central Indiana.
For more information, contact Greg Grabhorn, firstname.lastname@example.org or 765-760-2516.
The White Buffalo Society is a Non Profit Organization that helps out in the Local Community.
We hold are meetings the first Saturday of the Month at the Senior Citizen Center in Muncie at 6:30 pm.
We have been doing this for 15 years
New Locate in Summitville IN.
Dates of the Pow-wow are July 20th and 21 st.
Admission is 5 dollars a person
There is a Native Food Vendor along with crafts and Danceing
Dance Time Saturday 1- 4 and then 7- ?
dance time Sunday 1- 4
Here are today's recipes presented by Sioux Garnier-Stanley
2 cups spelt flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup milk
4 cups oil for frying, or as needed
In a medium bowl, stir together the flour, baking powder, and salt.
Stir in milk, and mix until the dough comes together.
Add more flour if necessary to be able to handle the dough. On a floured surface, knead the dough until smooth, at least 5 minutes. Let the dough rest for 5 minutes.
Heat oil in a large, deep heavy skillet to 365 degrees F (180 degrees C). Oil should be about 1 1/2 inches deep.
Break off 3/4 cup sized pieces of dough, and shape into round discs 1/4 inch in thickness, making a thinner depressed area in the center. Fry breads in the hot oil until golden on both sides, turning only once. Drain on paper towels.
4-5 cups Berries of your choice that are fresh and preferably growing wild
(blueberries, grapes, chokecherries were used historically but can be bitter and must be pitted)
½ cup water
Cornstarch (cornstarch possesses double the thickening power of flour; if you use this ingredient, don't add to hot liquids. First add the cornstarch to cold water and mix, then add to your hot mixture)
Made from blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and water
Clean the fruit
Place in bowl and mash using potato masher (or a fork, but that takes longer)
Add fruit and liquid to large saucepan and bring to boil—be careful not to scorch the fruit.
Lower heat to a simmer and cook for about an hour, constantly checking.
Taste and see if you need to add honey for sweetness—only add a little at a time.
If you want the mixture to be thicker, either continue to simmer and "reduce" the mix (that is, the liquid evaporates rendering the taste more intense and the mix thicker) or add a small amount of cornstarch. If you go with the latter option, place 1 T of cornstarch into small bowl and add cold water to that. Stir until you have a desired consistency (add more water or starch if needed). Then slowly add to hot pot of berries and stir.
Fry Bead, as many as needed
1 lb of Ground Buffalo
1 Green Pepper, Diced fine
1 Sweet Onion, Diced fine
1 Lg. Tomato, Diced fine
2 c. Finely shredded Lettuce or Spinach
Jar of Organic Black Beans, Drained
Packet of Taco Meat Seasoning
16 oz. Bag of finely shredded Taco Blend Cheese
Taco Sauce or Salsa
Brown the buffalo meat and prepare according to directions on the taco seasoning packet. When the meat is done, layer it with the other ingredients on top of the fry bread, according to taste. Enjoy.
The beauty of an Indian Taco is that all you really need is the fry bread. After that you just prepare your taco with your families favorite taco toppings and make it an original recipe!
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