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Attraction Number

55
Phone Number
1-800-404-40
City
Black River Falls
State
WI
Zip Code
54615
The Ho-Chunk Nation holds several events throughout the year, none more promoted than the Memorial and Labor Day weekend gatherings held at the Andrew Blackhawk Memorial Pow-Wow Grounds is located on State Highway 54 east of Black River Falls. The pow-wows held during these celebrations feature respected warriors from all nationalities raising over 100 flags in honor of the veterans who have proudly served and walked on.

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