This free family-friendly event is perfect for people of all ages who love to learn about the cultures, art, and history of Arizona.
The festival features a variety of indigenous artisans, music and dance performances, craft activities and talks celebrating Arizona’s most precious resource: Water.
- Remarks by Arizona State Representative Diego Rodriguez Legislative District 27
- Free admission to Pueblo Grande Museum & Archaeological Park
- Cruz, Tohono O’Odham Waila Band from the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community
- Cibecue Creek Apache Dance Group
- Artist Demonstrations: Jacob Butler – Etched Shell, Ron Carlos – Maricopa Pottery, and
- August Wood – Basket Weaving
- Upcycled craft activities for kids
- Gallery Talks with Museum Staff
- Food Trucks!!!
Join the fun and spend the afternoon at this outdoor festival dancing, creating, and connecting while exploring Arizona’s rich water history and culture.
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Date: Sunday, OCTOBER 3, 2021
Time: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM