Learn about Native American culture at annual recognition day Friday
The public is invited to learn about Native American culture at the 32nd annual Native American Recognition Days Opening Ceremony.
The free event takes place from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 3, at Vista del Camino, 7700 E. Roosevelt St. Highlights include a continental breakfast, the Phoenix Oyate Singers, a flag raising ceremony, a Yaqui Deer Dancer Blessing and the Tsootro’s Hopi Dance Group.
This year’s theme is “Body, Mind and Spirit – Healthy in our Community.” Native American healing is based on the belief that everyone and everything on earth is interconnected, and every person, animal and plant has a spirit or essence. Through this annual celebration, our connection with one another promotes positive community wellness and acknowledgment of one another. The commemoration began in 1982 as a way to share the culture and heritage of Native Americans.
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