The 36th Annual NAIA Pow-Wow and Fall Festival is taking place this weekend at Long Hunter State Park in Nashville, Tenn. featuring Native American Indian arts and crafts and a functioning demonstration village.
The three-day event ends Sunday. The festivities will begin at 9:00 am with the welcome message followed by the NAIA Princes and the Choctaw Gospel Singers. Middle-schooler Kayden Neal, who sings bass in a gospel choir, will also perform.The day will feature a variety of native American music as well as Indian dance from Touch the Earth Dancers.
The festival also features live demonstrations of everything from gourd carving, to beading, pottery making, basket weaving and other Native arts and crafts.
Admission is $8 for adults, $4 for seniors.
Find out more at http://www.naiatn.org/powwow/
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