Black River Wilderness Park
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Black River Wilderness Park

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The Black River Wilderness Park was a former business of the Rama First Nation.  Shut down after the 2009 camping season, it was coverted to the community's Powwow Grounds for the Annual 2011 Gathering.  Rama First Nation held it's 25th Annual Thanksgiving Powwow at the Mnjikaning Arena Sports Ki (MASK) in October 2010.  For the 2011 season the Annual Gathering was moved to the 4th weekend in August so that Dancing, Drumming and Singing could take place under the open sky.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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