Founded in 1965, The Florida Indian Hobbyist Association (F.I.H.A.) is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the traditions, culture, songs and dances of Native Americans. Originating from members of Explorer Scout Post 476, Fort Pierce, Florida and with the help of The Crow Owners Society of South Florida, the Esta-had-ke Indian Dancers evolved into what is now the longest-running hobbyist powwow in Florida and the Southeastern United States. The F.I.H.A. annual powwow is a family-friendly gathering, boasting a 3-day multinational event. featuring leaders and groups from the Seminole, Miccosukee, Lakota Sioux, Kiowa, Cherokee, Ponca and other tribes. Participants and spectators are treated to intertribal dancing, crafts competition, tipi and
re-enactment villages, educational seminars, Native American cuisine, and over 30 vendors selling and trading everything from beads and leather goods to herbs and pottery.
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