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Join the wolf clan in celebrating the spirit of the wolf, as they host their Fourth Annual Native American Festival on August 24th and 25th in Broadalbin, NY. The Wolf Clan teaches a timely message for all Beings. Respect the Elders, Teach the Young, Cooperate with the Pack. Play when you can, Hunt when you must, Rest in between. Share your Affection, Voice your Feelings, and Leave your Mark.
The Public may join the Wolf Clan in celebrating the Native American heritage, Native lore, dancing, drumming, and crafts, on Aug. 24th and 25th at Pine Park State RT. 29, Broadabin, NY 12025. They will be featuring The Aztec Fire Dancers, Flute Player Roy Peters, and Beyond Human, Inc. A Wildlife/Exotic animal education show, Bird of Prey show, as well as Native craft vendors, drumming, storytellers, demonstrators, and children's candy dances all weekend long. Also joining us this year will be Red Thunder Bear Drum, and dancers from Venture Crew 13.
The Spirit of the Wolf Native American Festival is open to the public and fun for all ages. Adults are $5.00 each and Children under 12 are free. The gates open Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm; and Grand Entry to begin at noon both days.
All Proceeds will Benefit Local Charities, and to Honor of all Veterans and Emergency Responders, you are invited to join us in dancing in your honor and to thank you for your service to our country, during grand entry.
For more info: Call Betty Overrocker 518-842-6672
All Drums and Dancers are welcome to attend. Our Host Drum is Mother Earth;and guest drum Red Thunder Bear Drum, Vendors, Dancers and drummers wanted. Saturday evening there will be a Potluck and Trade Blanket for vendors, dancers, and volunteers.
Event times and information subject to change and not guaranteed.
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