Equinox Solstice Ceremonies
Robert Benton will be officiating our Summer Solstice on June 21st on our tribal grounds. The ceremonies will be at Sun up, Noon and Sunset. Alan Faver will be serving BBQ and we’ll have other fixings to go along with it. Come out for the ceremonies, lunch and fellowship. Hope to see you there.
Our 23rd Annual Arts Festival & Pauwau will be held Saturday, November 7th and Sunday, November 8th, 2015 at the Tribal Grounds at 591 Bluewater Road in Aynor, SC. We invite you to join us for the event. The gates will open at 11:00 AM on both days. There will be two Grand Entries on Saturday, held at 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM. On Sunday there will be one Grand Entry held at 2:00 PM.
Our arena participants are:
Host Drum Edisto River Singers
Master of Ceremonies Rick Bird
Arena Director Doug Logan
Lead Female Dance Aki Day
Lead Male Dancer Frederick Hawkins
1101 Church St Hwy 501, Conway, SC 29526
Mention the Pauwau and the rate is $53.00 + tax/Double
If you are interested in vending at the Pauwau and need an application, contact the Pauwau Director, Michelle Hatcher, at (843) 358-6877 or e-mail her at email@example.com
Our next School Days event is currently scheduled for Thursday, November 5th, 2015 and Friday, November 6th, 2015 at our Tribal Grounds at 591 Bluewater Road, Aynor, SC. For more information please contact Susan Hayes-Hatcher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Tribal Council has declared February 17th, the date our Tribe became State recognized, as a Tribal holiday. To celebrate this event, there will be a Tribal gathering on February 20, 2016 at our Tribal grounds at 591 Bluewater Road, Aynor, SC.
With the following exceptions, the Tribal meetings are held on the first Friday of each month at our Tribal office at 591 Bluewater Road, Aynor, SC. The meetings will begin at 6:30 PM, and will continue until the business at hand is concluded.
Due to the annual Pauwau, there is no meeting in November. Additionally, the meetings for the months of January and July are held on the second Friday rather than the first Friday of the month.