Free open to the Public
Exhibition American Indian Dancing
Fun for all
Indian Tacos, entertainment, face painting!
Art Media includes:
Fine Art, American Indian jewelry, pottery, sculpture, replica artifacts, books, CDs DVDs, custom dream catchers and much more!
10:30 am- Raven Dancers-exhibition dancing
11:05 am- Storytelling-Red Feather Woman
11:35 am- Red Tail Chasing Hawks
1:00 pm- Raven Dancers
2:00 pm- Red Feather Woman
3:00 pm- Red Tail Chasing Hawks
4:00 pm- Raven Dancers
Lane Martz is Ottawa/Chippewa from Michigan. She graduated from CSU Santa Barbara, California and worked at the Orange County Indian Center in California as a counselor. She also worked in Indian Education as a Program Coordinator. Martz is currently retired and enjoying pow wows, camping, and making Native American wearable art work. Her works include leather wrapped Ojibwa bracelets made with sinew and glass.
Red Tail Chasing Hawks
Calvin Standing Bear is a full Oglala/Sicangu Lakota from the Rosebud reservation of South Dakota. He is a gifted flutist and singer of traditional Lakota music and composer of contemporary Lakota flute songs, which are richly grounded in spirituality.
James Torres is a Chiricahua Apache/Mexican American from Sidney, Nebraska. He is a talented pianist, keyboard player, vocalist, and composer of contemporary Native, Latin and Christian music. James has been involved with the Native American Indian community for years helping to raise funds for charity. He has played piano and composed music for the last 35 years and believes it is a powerful means of communication for the spirit for relaxing and healing.
The Raven Dancers
The Raven Dancers is a group that studies and teaches Native American dance, music, and culture. They coordinate our efforts with elder members of the local Native American community. They are based in Denver, Colorado, and welcome people of all ages and ethnic origins. The Raven Dancers promote cultural understanding, diversity, and education. They have been in operation for 25 years!
Red Feather Woman
Red Feather Woman is an internationally known star and award winning Native American storyteller, singer, songwriter and author. She was born on the Fort Peck Reservation in Poplar, Montana, and is an enrolled member of the Sioux/Assiniboine Tribes.
In April 2008, Red Feather Woman completed an extensive tour of Turkey and Pakistan, sponsored by the US State Department. She was received with great applause and enthusiasm by all audiences numbering in the thousands , weaving her traditional stories as well as singing her original songs. Receiving national media coverage in Pakistan, the storyteller/musician blended tales of hope and spiritual survival. Red Feather Woman proved to be a true ambassador of peace and unity throughout 8 cities in Turkey and 4 providences of Pakistan including the capital Islamabad.
With her most recent work, a short story book series, entitled “Medicine Stories” Red Feather Woman Series Book 1, she will continue to take her audiences into spirit realms through the written word. This written art form of storytelling will embrace both the old and the modern world. Her colorful characters of Shining Star and Light Woman will warm your heart.
One of the only female Native American Storyteller/singer songwriter act, Red Feather Woman will entertain as well as teach all audiences, the importance of our Mother Earth, and to reflect on each individual’s culture. A truly gifted storyteller both oral and written, she will leave you spellbound.