Great Events Planned For The Pow Wow!!

Cheyenne Holt, the winner of the Austin Street Opry Talent Competition at the 2014 Comanche County Pow-Wow performed at Jams in June in Historic Downtown Comanche in June 2014. She will be performing on the TexasBank Main Stage at 11am on Saturday September 26.

Cheyenne Holt, the winner of the Austin Street Opry Talent Competition at the 2014 Comanche County Pow-Wow performed at Jams in June in Historic Downtown Comanche in June 2014. She will be performing on the TexasBank Main Stage at 11am on Saturday September 26.

The Comanche County Pow-Wow always strives to bring new and interesting activities to our region and this year’s Pow-Wow will be no different. Knockerballs will be making their Comanche public debut on September 26 and 27, 2015 at the Comanche City Park.

For a nominal fee, visitors can attempt this wacky but incredibly fun, aggressive but safe, and one of the most engaging new sports to hit America in years. KnockerBalls offer play value unmatched by other organized games. Whether playing indoors or outdoors KnockerBalls affords those of any size or gender to play together, laugh together, and engage in untethered team and moral building. Players are not restricted to “soccer play” as we have seen multiple new games form this year in utilization of the KnockerBalls. Play value is definitely increased with controlled field or size.

The KnockerBall itself is an improved version of past “bubble balls” as the company has put both the design and materials to the test. The KnockerBalls will weigh anywhere from 17 to 21 pounds, is made from virgin material PVC or TPU and the construction process utilizes bolstered padding on shoulder straps, removable shoulder straps for easy cleaning, improved glue joints, and each unit is individually tested by an independent testing facility before it leaves.

Other new activities and entertainment at this year’s Comanche including three new tree sculptures from Cam Dockery, McKenzie Jones and Cheyenne Holt performing on the TexasBank Main Stage, Comanche Alumni Michael White performing his folk music on the TexasBank Stage and an acoustic version at the Clark Tractor Pavilion on Sunday and performing on Saturday morning (also in Clark Pavilion) is the Seal Gym Palladium Gymnastic. Another new activity will be the Tribal Trot 5k at 8am in Historic Downtown Comanche.

As always, we will welcome the Sahawe Indian Dancers thanks to Oncor, the CHS Band, Texan Storyteller Bob Sawyer (on the TexasBank Main Stage), the Texas Camel Corps, the Central Texas Farm Credit State Championship BBQ Cookoff, the largest Classic Car Show in Central Texas and our ever popular Antique Engine and Tractor Show! For the art enthusiasts, the Art and Photography Show will be in the Comanche Community Center and will be free. Goodson Insurance will be bringing us David Woolam’s infamous chuckwagon and the Lone Lead and Lace Performers.

Join us for the Comanche County Pow-Wow on September 26 and 27 at the City Parl. Admission is $3 and children 5 and under are free. Parking and Shuttle Buses are free. The Comanche County Pow-Wow is Native American themed event. -Christine Perkins

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About Fredda Jones

Fredda Davis Jones was raised “in the country” in Comanche County and learned very early that creativity and innovation are traits that can flourish even in small-town Texas and that with enough effort, indeed nothing is impossible, including being married to the same man for over 40 years! Rickey and Fredda have 2 children, 5 grandchildren, and a crazy life that includes sitting in the bleachers several times a week. The rest of her time is spent creating great content for texansunited.com and marketing small-town Texas.
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