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The Indigenous Institute of the Americas’ 15th annual American Indian celebration, Santa Fe Days, is an outdoor gathering of American Indian artists, storytellers, championship dancers, cultural knowledge keepers, traditional cooks, stickball players, singers, and drummers.

The event will include featured artists Damon Neal and Irene Neal, Jicarilla Apache, and nationally recognized American Indian artists from Tribal Nations across the U.S. Visitors can purchase heirloom-quality jewelry, beadwork, pottery, textiles, and other artwork made with cultural knowledge refined over many generations. Guests can also enjoy the Native authors, oral storytellers, herbalists, and elders who will share about the rich complexity of Native America, past and present. Indian tacos, three sisters stew, grape dumplings, frybread, and more will be available from some of the best cooks in Indian Country.

The Indigenous Institute of the Americas’ 15th annual American Indian celebration, Santa Fe Days, is an outdoor gathering of American Indian artists, storytellers, championship dancers, cultural knowledge keepers, traditional cooks, stickball players, singers, and drummers.

The event will include featured artists Damon Neal and Irene Neal, Jicarilla Apache, and nationally recognized American Indian artists from Tribal Nations across the U.S. Visitors can purchase heirloom-quality jewelry, beadwork, pottery, textiles, and other artwork made with cultural knowledge refined over many generations. Guests can also enjoy the Native authors, oral storytellers, herbalists, and elders who will share about the rich complexity of Native America, past and present. Indian tacos, three sisters stew, grape dumplings, frybread, and more will be available from some of the best cooks in Indian Country.

The Indigenous Institute of the Americas’ 15th annual American Indian celebration, Santa Fe Days, is an outdoor gathering of American Indian artists, storytellers, championship dancers, cultural knowledge keepers, traditional cooks, stickball players, singers, and drummers.

The event will include featured artists Damon Neal and Irene Neal, Jicarilla Apache, and nationally recognized American Indian artists from Tribal Nations across the U.S. Visitors can purchase heirloom-quality jewelry, beadwork, pottery, textiles, and other artwork made with cultural knowledge refined over many generations. Guests can also enjoy the Native authors, oral storytellers, herbalists, and elders who will share about the rich complexity of Native America, past and present. Indian tacos, three sisters stew, grape dumplings, frybread, and more will be available from some of the best cooks in Indian Country.

WHEN

WHERE

Chisholm Trail Outdoor Museum
101 Chisholm Trl.
Cleburne, TX 76033
https://iiamericas.org/santafedays/

TICKET INFO

$10 per vehicles with up to 8 people; $2 for each additional person.
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