31st Annual Multicultural Indian Event (2019)

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May 18, 2019 -

Danville, AL

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Date:
May 18, 2019 -

Location:
Oakville Indian Mounds Education Center: 1219 County Road 187 , Danville, AL

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31st Annual Multicultural Indian Event 

We have many new demonstrators and educational displays this year. Come visit the beautiful Oakville Indian Mounds during our largest cultural event of the year!

About 10,000 people attended the 2018 Multicultural Indian Event, an annual festival held in May and sponsored by the Lawrence County Native American Student Club. Indian heritage is kept alive in crafts, music, dance, ceremony, and camaraderie. Native crafts and customs came alive through actual demonstrations that included flint-knapping, basket weaving, finger-weaving, gorget carving, woodcarving, blacksmithing, pottery production, cornhusk doll making, Native American foods display, weaponry displays, Native American dancing and music. 

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Venue:

Oakville Indian Mounds Education Center: 1219 County Road 187 , Danville, AL

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Submitted by PowWow Calendar on: April 2, 2019


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