Hopi Eagle Dancer

American Indian Month Social & Indian Craft Market



"As the First Americans, Native Americans have helped shape the future of the United States through every turn of our history," as Ronald Reagan first proclaimed in 1969. Before the U.S. existed, before a few European countries established outposts, hundreds of Indian nations thrived on this continent. These indigenous people developed and fostered their own music, dance, art, and foods for millenniums. Experience the life and history of several nations in this annual Native American Indian Social Month and Craft Market event to keep our 10,000-year-old culture alive for the 21st century and beyond. Here, you will find authentic artwork, crafts, demonstrations of their songs, and dances to expand your knowledge of American Indian ways.

Spend the weekend and bring your friends!!!

...and you'll discover a cultural richness that has survived for over ten millenniums.

Everyone welcome - come for your blessing 

Be sure to bring your camera! 

Featured cultural presentation 
Award-winning Hoop Dancer, Cecil Manuel, T/O & Apache

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Date:

Nov 22, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019

Location:

Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites
5151 East Grant Road
Tucson, AZ 85712

Hours:

noon - dusk

Phone:

520-622-4900

Price:

$ donation

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