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Vendors

Indigenous Cultures Institute invites you to apply for a vendor’s booth at its 2016 Sacred Springs Powwow.  We are limiting the spaces to 40 (which includes food booths) plus 10 nonprofit booths.

This year we're continuing the Native Culture Tent located in the middle of the circle of vendors on the asphalt road turn-around area. Under a large tent, throughout the day, we'll have flute players, storytellers, dancers, children singing exhibitions, and much more. These presentations will be announced frequently at the Arena Tent and featured in new signage that points to the "Native Culture Tent".

SPECIAL THIS YEAR: This year we will have the entire powwow including vendors on the golf course area adjacent to the grounds where we were last year. There is lots more room and all the vendors will be located around the Arena Tent.

2016 Vendor Application Form

The deadline for submitting an application is September 1st. For a copy of the 2016 application, CLICK HERE.

Directions to Powwow

Please see the map link HERE for driving directions and how to find the park ENTRANCE.

Once you arrive at the site, drive into the ENTRANCE and follow the road to the left. You will be directed past the parking lot and buildings on your right, into the turnaround driveway. The vendor coordinator will check you in, provide you with your Vendor Packet and give you instructions. For questions, please call us at 512-393-3310

Check-in Times and Parking for Vendors

The check-in time will be 7:00 AM.

You will be asked to unload and immediately park your vehicle in the festival parking lot.

For a site map showing the location of your booth, please check back with us.

2016 Accepted Applications:

ARTS

Andean Fusion - CDs of beautiful indigenous flute music by performers at powwow.

Alicia's Originals - Native American style jewelry made by gifted Cherokee artist Alicia Alvarado.

Artesanias en plata Xochitlquezalli - Graciano Galeana Flores (Xochimilka tribe) brings beautiful silver jewelry from Mexico City.

B & E (Lipan Apache) - Horse hair pottery, Navajo jewelry, dream catchers, artifacts, blankets.

Daughter of the Wild - Nikkye Vargas presents her original stone, bone, plant jewelry. Also dream catchers, cacti & succulents.

Denise Smith McCoy Studio - Southwest style jewelry.

Down South Trading - Hand carved wood statues, wool blankets and jackets, children's items.

Eyes That Shine From the Heart - Julia Nava brings her unique "ojos de dios" with original paintings on each piece.

Green Bear Trading Post - Variety of Native American craft items.

The Journey Herbals & More - Herbs, scents, jewelry, leather goods.

Li Jo Jo Journey - Native American jewelry, pottery, rugs, paintings.

Maldonado Jewelry Imports - Hand made jewelry, silver and unique designs.

Juan Martinez - This renowned artist displays his latest creations, amazing art work from a Texas Native artist.

Mike Dreyer - Hand made atlatls, tomahawks, knives, vintage Native American jewelry and more.

Medicine of the Spirit - Fawn Gregg brings tapestries, stones, gems, minerals, wind chimes, bells.

Mexican Masterpieces, LLC - Julieta Alcantara, brings the finest in handcrafted items from Mexican indigenous artists.

Native American Marketplace - Huge array of beautiful beadwork. Largest collection in Texas.

Native Designs - Native American Jewelry, breast plates.

North Wind Legacy - Dream catchers and Native wall art made from natural products. Unique and breath taking.

 

Of the Earth Healing - Herbal tinctures, mesquite cookies. Texas based healer Marika Alvarado brings her healing knowledge to the powwow.

Off the Path Creations - Drums, flutes, leather work, shawls and more.

Oscar's Bows - Bows, knives, tomahawks, quivers, flint & steel fire kits.

Painted Desert - From Arizona, Loretta Mike (Navajo) brings jewelry, beadwork, gemstones, heshis, and silver work.

R.E.A.L. Outreach - Native American jewelry, art, pottery, and Indian toys.

Red Tailed Hawk Enerprises - Virgie Raven Hawk and Debi Drumhawk create special ceremonial pieces and beautiful medicine bags.

Justin Rodriguez - unique t-shirt designs.

Juan Saldana - CDs of inspiring Native American flute music by performer at powwow.

See Art Run - Unusual paper from Amate tree, original artwork by Abel Rodriguez, terra cotta skulls, prints.

Southwest Home Decor - Hand painted Native American porcelain statues, pottery, dolls, wooden benches, Kachina dolls from New Mexico.

Stoney Place Leatherworks - Custom leather goods.

Texas Magpie - Kateri Rose brings gems minerals, turquoise beads, crystals and other items.

Tio Gabacho - Ronald Wier offers Mexican indigenous inspired clothing, indigenous art.

Underground Crystal Co. - Rustic pieces such as leather bags, turtle shell rattles, buffalo tooth necklaces, arrow head replica knives, and more.

Velasquez, Maria Guadalupe -- Huichol beadwork artist.

Veteran's Outreach of TX Inc. - Necklaces, headdresses, jewelry, medicine bags.

 

FEATURED ARTISTS

Arnulfo Peña (Mescalero Apache) from Watauga, Texas - stunning and masterful acrylic paintings.

Zuni Plum Creations - Maria Plum (Apache) comes from New Mexico with her horse hair pottery & ceramics, Kachinas.

FOOD

Chunk Deuce BBQ - Native Americans invented barbeque. Adam Hernandez brings his juicy sliced beef sandwiches, homemade potatoe salad, and beef tacos.

Flavorlicious - Shaved ice, lemonade, rootbeer floats.

HBSA - Aquas frescas, juices from fresh fruit.

Indigenous Cultures Institute - Chopped beef sanwiches with chips and a drink, $7 fundraiser.

Krazy Kettle Korn - Kettle corn, cheddar cheese popcorn.

La Jefecita - Funnel cake, a standard festival delicacy.

Longhorn Fry Bread - Traditional fry bread tacos, fry bread with honey or powdered sugar, buffalo stew. Proclaimed best fry bread tacos in Texas.

 

NONPROFIT BOOTHS

Powwow T-shirt Booth - Image by renowned artist Arnulfo Pena who will be present to sign autographs. Also selling Repatriation T-shirt.

Chickasaw Community Council of Central Texas - Excellent information on local Chickasaw tribal members and activities.

Cuicani In Xochitl - Aztec indigenous art work from the renowned danza performance company.

Department of Veterans Affairs -- VA information booth, brochures on veterans' benefits.

Sacred Springs Powwow logo

Saturday, October 8, 2016
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Vendor Set-up: 7:00 AM
201 San Marcos Springs Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666


Credit Card Payment via PayPal

You can now pay your Vendor fee with your credit card.  Below is the "Buy Now" link that will take you to the PayPal online payment service that will accept your credit card.  If you do not have a Paypal account, you may still use this service. To begin:
1. Select the size of booth you want - Single/$100 or Double/$175.
2. Click the “Buy Now” button. This will take you to the secure PayPal website.
3. On the PayPal website click on "Don't have a PayPal account?" to pay with a credit card.

NOTE: We will charge a $3.50 fee for this credit card service.

Booth sizes & fees

 


Eduardo Garcia, from Andean Fusion


Juan Saldana, Native American flute player.