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White Eagle Fundraiser Flea Market
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Date/Time
Date(s) - October 18, 2013
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location
Hawkeye Antique Acres, Waukee,

$1/person 10 and older

The White Eagle Fundraiser Flea Market in support of the 145th Annual White Eagle Multicultural Pow Wow to be held on August 22-24, 2014. The White Eagle Multicultural Pow Wow is a 501c3, GuideStar endorsed Great Non-Profit. Funds raised will be used to provide stipends for the Native American Dancers and Ethnic Entertainers. Clean out your cupboards, attic, garage, shop, sheds and barns. Enjoy a weekend in the serene, wooded setting of Hawkeye Antique Acres. Vendors must provide their own tables, chairs and shelter. Vendors: info@whiteeaglepow-wow.org. Camping with 20 amp electricity, above ground fire pits, only: camping@whiteeaglepow-wow.org. No Alcohol, No Drugs, or Controlled substances. Smoking restricted to designated areas. Pets, except service animals are restricted to camp sites. Food Concessions Available. www.whiteeaglepow-wow.org.

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