Patawomeck Indian Tribe of Virginia

Upcoming Events

Saturday September 9, 2017  10-3

Caledon State Park Village Set Up

Saturday September 23, 2017 9-12

Patawomeck FREE Flu Clinic

White Oak Fire Dept.

Saturday September 30, 2017 11-2:30

New Hope Methodist Church

Fall Festival Village Set Up

Sunday October 8, 2017 2pm.

Patawomeck Annual Meeting

Saturday November 4, 2017 9-3

Salem Church Library Village Set Up

Annual Patawomeck Craft Show

Saturday November 11, 2017 9-3

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Chief John Lightner

1416 Brent Street
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
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540-371-4437

 

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P.O. Box 5564.
Falmouth VA, 22403

 

Administrative Asst. to Tribal Council

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540-842-0501
1416 Brent Street
Fredericksburg, VA 22401

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Here you will find the most up to date happenings with the Patawomeck Indians.

 

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR PATAWOMECK BAND PARK!

No camping

No fires

No ATV's or off road vehicles

No Mountain bike riding

No horseback riding

No hunting or trapping

No alcoholic beverages

Possession and or use of drugs is prohibited

No relic hunting

No EVENTS are to be held without prior approval of Tribal Council

NO TRESPASSING AFTER DARK

Park Hours:

April 1-October 31 8am -8pm

November 1- March 31 8am-5:30pm

 

Patawomeck Indians at Stratford Hall July 30, 2011

The Patawomeck Tribe was asked to participate in the Economic Landscapes of the Tidewater: An Institute for Teachers of VA and US History held at Stratford Hall in Westmoreland County, VA. The conference was held to prepare the teachers better for the required SOL testing. The teachers had very old information about the first Native Americans encountered by the colonists back in the 1600s, still thought there was only 8 tribes recognized in VA, and were very interested in our Tribal Members demonstrations and hung onto every word from Lesser Chief Gary Cooke's stories. We have been invited back to next year's conference.

June 6, 2010

Virginia State Delegate William Howell attended the Monthly Council Meeting to present to the Council the Official Resolution granting the Patawomeck Indians State Recognition. The Resolution can be seen on display at the White Oak Civil War Museum, located at 985 White Oak Road.