Bosho, As the Tribal Chairperson, I am pleased to welcome you to the Hannahville Indian Community, Band of Potawatomi’s official website.
The Hannahville Indian Community is a rapidly growing entity whose mission is to preserve and enhance our community’s social, economic and cultural existence.
We hope you enjoy our website and visit it often to get updates on the happenings and events taking place in Hannahville. Now that you’ve visited the website, please make it a point to one day visit us in person. We’re always happy to see new faces and smiles and welcome the opportunity to make new and lasting friends.
Have a great visit and enjoy.
Kenneth Meshigaud Tribal Chairperson
Hannahville Indian Community
Hannahville Indian Community’s 37th Annual Great Lakes Area Traditional Pow Wow is set for June 21, 22, and 23, 2013 at the Woodland Gathering Grounds, Wilson, MI. For more information click on the Pow Wow tab located on the top left or find our event on facebook.
“Showcasing Native American Culture” event at the Sesquicentennial Bash in Escanaba, MI. The city of Escanaba is hosted a 2 week long celebration and has invited the Hannahville Indian Community’s Culture Committee to put on an educational performance. It will be held at Ludington Park in the Band Shell on Thursday, July 11 from 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Native American Day at the U.P. State Fair is set for Thursday, August 15, 2013. There will be a mini pow wow held within the Activities Tent along with vendors and informational booths. Events will start at noon and end at 5:00. There will be a discounted gate admission for all Tribal ID carriers.
For more information about these events you can call the Potawatomi Heritage Center at (906) 723-2270.
Hannahville is a growing and diverse community located in the heart of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
With the introduction of gaming in the 1980’s, the tribe has grown tremendously from a fledging, struggling community subsisting on minimal federally funded dollars to a growing and prospering community that is becoming a key driving force for the entire Central Upper Peninsula.
The Tribe is very proud of its accomplishments and looks forward to many years of continued partnerships with the local communities.
Go To The Event Calendar