To all new and returning vendors, the Curve Lake Pow Wow is pleased to announce vendor registration is now open for the 70th Annual Curve Lake Pow Wow on September 16 & 17, 2023.
We’re once again expecting huge attendance for this year’s Pow Wow, and appreciate the contribution vendors make to our traditional celebration every year. We’re committed to ensuring the Pow Wow is a positive experience for you, and look forward to seeing you, and your wares, in September.
No pets are allowed on the premises, except for
service dogs. This is part of pow wow etiquette.
If registering early this can be done online via the EventBrite link on the Curve Lake website. We will not accept personal cheques. We will accept certified money order, cash or credit card. Please contact Tracey at TraceyT@curvelake.ca or 705-657-2758 to arrange payment
Yes. Area accommodation info will be posted shortly.
We do not provide security guards at night, but we do have our First Nation community police on notice to patrol the area.
No. Curve Lake First Nation is not responsible for any lost, damaged, or stolen goods. We do our best to prevent such issues but there are no guarantees.
There is our First Nation police who does patrol the community.
Vendor booths are 10′ x 10′.
If you do require more space, you may purchase an additional booths (space permitting) at an extra cost.
Yes, you can set up your tent behind your booth if there is sufficient space to allow.
Please respect our environment. DO NOT dump your garbage, cooking oil, or any other type of refuse on the Pow Wow grounds, or anywhere else on the First Nation.
There are garbage bins provided on the Pow Wow grounds. We do not have disposal facilities for cooking oil, and it is YOUR responsibility to take it when you leave!
The ideal set-up times is the day before the Pow Wow begins (Friday, September 15), or prior to 9:00am on the day of the Pow Wow (Saturday, September 16). However, be aware that it does start to get busy with grand entry being at noon!