The Chickahominy Indian Tribe will join Native American friends and visitors from all over the country when they gather on the Chickahominy Tribal Grounds in Charles City, 8200 Lott Cary Road, Providence Forge, VA 23140; September 27 & 28, 2014 for their 63rd annual Fall Festival and Pow-Wow. On this historic occasion, visitors will have an opportunity to experience Eastern Woodlands’ Indian culture with one of the Tribes that were here to make first contact with the English in 1607. Grounds will open at 10:00 a.m. on both days, with the Saturday, September 27th Grand Entry at 12:00 noon and Sunday, September 28th Grand Entry at 1:00 p.m. The festival/Pow-Wow will feature Native American dancers, drummers, singers and cultural demonstrations. United States Armed Forces’ Veterans will be honored daily. The attending public will enjoy a number of cultural and traditional exhibits including historic displays and information from the Chickahominy Indian Tribe. Native American crafters from all over the United States will have jewelry, pottery, beadwork, leather crafts, and other authentic arts and crafts for sale. Food will be available and will feature Indian Fry Bread, fish & chips, hamburgers and hot dogs, and more, as well as plenty of beverages and a bake sale. The festival is open to the public. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted at the gate. Plenty of free parking is available with golf cart transportation provided to the grounds. Organizers suggest bringing lawn chairs or blankets. Pow-Wow etiquette will be followed. For health and safety reasons, no alcohol, drugs nor pets are permitted on the Pow-Wow grounds.
‘Plein Air’ artwork by artists represented by Gallery Flux along with selected ‘Big Sky’ pieces by both Gallery Artists and regional artists!
Ashland First Thursday Opening Reception at Gallery Flux.
Thursday, August 7th 5:30-8pm
‘Ashland First Thursday’ Opening Reception: August 7th 5:30-8 pm with selected artists speaking about the plein air process and its difficulties, benefits, and tools.
Ashland First Thursday Reception at Gallery Flux! September 4th 5:30-8 pm
Make the Scene as we take a step back in time to the Cruise In days, when the parking lot at Oak Knoll Middle School fill with beautiful classic automobiles (pre-1988) while the sounds of the 50′s, 60′s and 70′s play in the background. Food will be available for purchase at this free community event. Classic automobile owners: Make sure to claim ‘dibs’ on your space at the Cruise In. Door prize drawings and awards will be presented throughout the evening. An automobile registration form is recommended to be mailed in prior to the event to save your spot. You may register at the event, however spaces do fill up.
Open fire cooking. In the shadow of Scotchtown. With a stellar selection of Richmond’s chefs and misxologists. On their day off. Local meats and veggies… and brews and wine. It’s going to be a thing.
Ticket info is located through wufoo
Ashland Express Care will host a food drive for FeedMore.
‘Portrait of the Horse’
Fine Art by Marilyn Borglum featuring equine art and urban drawings and paintings
October 1 – November 29, 2014
First Opening Reception, Thursday, October 2nd from 5:30-8:00 pm
Second Opening Reception, Thursday, November 6th from 5:30-8pm
Gallery Flux is open Tuesday- Friday from 11am-5pm and Saturday 11am-4pm.