Thundering Spirit Pow Wow brings three vibrant days of Native American arts and culture to Mount Dora

Three days of performances, arts and wares, food and dancing

Thundering Spirit Pow Wow happens throughout the weekend in Mount Dora - Photo courtesy Thundering Spirit Family
Photo courtesy Thundering Spirit Family
Thundering Spirit Pow Wow happens throughout the weekend in Mount Dora
The Thundering Spirit Pow Wow returns to the greater Orlando area Friday for three days worth of drumming, dancing, crafts, artisanal vendors, live music and food.

Featured performers this weekend event include violinist and storyteller Arvel Bird, flutist Jack Holland, hoop dancer Lowery Begay, Aztec dance group Tloke Nahuanke, and singer and storyteller Carl "Crystal" Woman.

There will also be social and intertribal dancing, plenty of flute players and storytellers holding forth, and even endangered animal sanctuaries presenting and exhibiting.

Artists, artisans and vendors will be on hand selling everything from beadwork, flutes, jewelry to  clothing and home decor. And plenty of food will be on offer.

Thundering Spirit Pow Wow happens Friday-Sunday, March 1-3 at Renninger's in Mount Dora. Tickets are $10-$15.

Location Details

Renningers Florida Twin Markets

20651 U.S. Highway 441, Mount Dora West


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