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Welcome to the Homelands of the Klamath Tribes
Wokas seed pods were gathered from the vast marshes and processed into one of the staple foods of this highly specialized marsh, lake, and river-based culture.

Hats, clothing, baskets, shelter and so much more were made from twined tules. for complete information on the history of the Klamath Tribes please visit their website:  http://www.klamathtribes.org
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Klamath Tribes Annual Events

All Tribal Events are Drug and Alcohol Free
and open to the public.

Annual All-Indian Peak-to-Peak World
Championship Men’s & Women’s Basketball
Tourney, March. 1-800-524-9787.

Annual Return of /c’waam Ceremony, held each
year after the first snow in March,
1-800-524-9787, ext. 159 or 147.

Southern Oregon Memorial Day Pow Wow
and Rodeo, Klamath County Fairgrounds,
1-800-524-9787.

Klamath Tribes Annual Restoration Celebration,
August, Chiloquin, Oregon, 1-800-524-9787,
ext. 147 for info.

Annual Veterans Pow Wow, Klamath County
Fairgrounds, Veterans Day weekend.

New Years Eve Sobriety Pow Wow, Klamath
County Fairgrounds, 541 882-7248, KADA.
Maintained as a community service by Webmaster: Mary Williams Hyde,
724 Main, #208,
 Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601
Wokas flower Photo  by Terri Dippel,
 all other photos courtesy of the Klamath Tribes