The Public is invited to the 23rd Annual Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian “Green Corn Dance” Intertribal Powwow and Gathering at Cattashowrock Town on July 7, 2018. Cattashowrock Town, a Native Palisade Village, is located on the 263-acre Tribal Land off Old Bridge Road, (Rt. 742), & Cattashowrock Trail at 27345 Aquia Path Courtland, Virginia 23837. Don't miss the "Grand Entry" at 12 Noon. Bring the whole family and enjoy the Drums, Native American Indian Dancers in full Native Regalia and the history of the tribe and Cattashowrock Town Palisade Village as narrated by Chief Red Hawk. There will be food and drink (fish and chips, corn on the cobb, fry-bread and more) and Native American Arts and Craft Vendors on site with a host of crafts and Native American jewelry for sale. The ethno-historic presentation on the Palisade Village will take place at 3 PM. Representatives of the Archeological Society of Virginia (ASV), Nansemond Chapter, will be on site participating with an “Indian Artifact Identification Day.” Should you have “artifacts” that you would like identified bring them with you to the Powwow.