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67th Annual Navajo Festival of Arts and Culture

Aug 6 - Aug 7

67th Annual Navajo Festival of Arts and Culture

More than 70 Navajo artists, storytellers and cultural interpreters from many clans, juried awards for basketry, meet basket makers creating works on-site, join rug weavers, silversmiths, potters, painters and storytellers to learn about the Navajo "Beauty Way" philosophy of living in harmony, hike with a Navajo ethno botanist, Pollen Trail Dancers, activities for kids, $8-12, 9 am - 5 pm, 928-774-5213 or http://www.musnaz.org

Flagstaff, AZ

Museum of Northern Arizona

30th Annual Suvoyuki Day (Hopi for Joint Effort) Journey's to Winslow

Aug 6

30th Annual Suvoyuki Day (Hopi for Joint Effort) Journey's to Winslow

Special archaeological site tours, cultural artists and demonstrators will also be on hand, the Homolovi Dancers will perform two dances at the event, the corn roasting pit will be opened at 8 am and will start the day's activities, 928-289-4106 or http://www.AZStateParks.com

Winslow, AZ

2016 HOPI 10K, 5K and 2 Mile Run & Walk

Aug 6

2016 HOPI 10K, 5K and 2 Mile Run & Walk

Race features a run on dirt road and trail at 6,500 feet in the Hopi Village of Oraivi, on the Hopi Indian Reservation, Arizona State Highway 264 at mile post 370, race is open to all runners and walkers of every ability, 928-814-1589 or http://www.runhopi.com/

Oraivi, AZ

22nd Annual Native American Heritage Days

Aug 11 - Aug 12

22nd Annual Native American Heritage Days

The cultural diversity of the Colorado Plateau and the Arizona Strip, highlighting Native American tribes with cultural ties to Grand Canyon, demonstrations of Native American arts and crafts such as silversmithing, pottery, basket weaving, painting, carving, flute making and preparation of traditional foods, members and non-tribal members will offer special programs, activities, and demonstrations on a variety of subjects, ranging from ethno-botany to Native American flute playing and dance, 928-638-7739

Grand Canyon North Rim, AZ

Puhutawi

Aug 25

Puhutawi

A collaborative work by Hopi composer Trevor Reed and traditional Hopi musician Clark Tenakhongva, which pays homage to the Grand Canyon - the Hopi ancestral homeland, music taking the power and sophistication of Hopi traditional music and expanding its sonic possibilities via fusion with contemporary chamber music, http://grandcanyonmusicfest.org

Grand Canyon South Rim, AZ

Summer Sundays - August

Aug 28

Summer Sundays - August

Summer Sundays - Heard Museum, visit on the fourth Sundays of the summer months for free general admission 11 am - 5 pm, http://heard.org

Phoenix, AZ

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