Upcoming Events of the Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe of Southampton County, VA
27345 AQUIA PATH
COURTLAND, VA. 23837
Cattashowrock ( Cat-tas-how-rock) Town will reopen for tourist /general public the first day of spring, in March and continue to be open for two days per week, Friday and Saturday through the second weekend in November. The hours of operation will be 6 hours,10am- 4pm.
Relive the history, culture and traditions of the Iroquoian speaking Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indians of Southampton County VA with Chief Red Hawk. Enjoy Native American Dancing, Drumming and Singing. A maze of color in Native American Dance Regalia. Special Guest the Aztec Dancers. Visit the Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian History Booth and learn to speak our Iroquoian Language as recorded by John Wood in 1820. View Native Artifacts with ASV, Nansemond Chapter, dating back to 10,000 BC. Visit our Native American Arts & Craft and Jewel Vendors. Enjoy the taste of Native Cuisine â€“ Indian Taco, Fry Bread, Fish & Chips, Corn Soup, Funnel Cake and more. Visit Cattashowrock Town, a 17th Century replica Native American Palisade Village, as identified by William Byrd of Westover upon his visits to what is now Southampton County on April 7th & 8th, 1728 â€“ walk the interpretative trails guided by signage in our Iroquoian language and in English identifying Native Flora and Fauna indigenous to the area. SOL Appropriate / Specific.
“Come See What William Byrd Saw When He Visited Our Tribal Land
In What is Now Southampton County On April 7th & 8th, 1728
24th Annual Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Fall Festival Corn Harvest Powwow and School Day
Date: November 2nd School Day, 3rd and 4th Powwow 2018
Location: Cattashowrock Town
Address: 27345 Aquia Path
Courtland, Virginia 23837
Contact: Chief Walt â€œRed Hawkâ€ Brown