Tohono O’odham Pottery with Kathleen Vance

Clarksdale, AZ — In honor of Native American Heritage Month, Tuzigoot is excited to host weekly cultural demonstrations, performances, and presentations throughout the month of November 2022.  November serves as a significant time when we recognize Native American people, celebrate their rich and vibrant cultures, and recognize their many sacrifices, contributions, and achievements to the nation.  Come help celebrate this wonderful occasion in your parks!

All events are free with paid admission and will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Please visit the parks website and social media sites for event details.

Camp Verde, AZ — In honor of Native American Heritage Month, Montezuma Castle is excited to host weekly cultural demonstrations, performances, and presentations throughout the month of November 2022.  November serves as a significant time when we recognize Native American people, celebrate their rich and vibrant cultures, and recognize their many sacrifices, contributions, and achievements to the nation.  Come help celebrate this wonderful occasion in your parks!

All events are free with paid admission and will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Please visit the parks website and social media sites for event details.

Camp Verde, AZ — In honor of Native American Heritage Month, Montezuma Castle is excited to host weekly cultural demonstrations, performances, and presentations throughout the month of November 2022.  November serves as a significant time when we recognize Native American people, celebrate their rich and vibrant cultures, and recognize their many sacrifices, contributions, and achievements to the nation.  Come help celebrate this wonderful occasion in your parks!

All events are free with paid admission and will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Please visit the parks website and social media sites for event details.

Michael Williams from the Wichita people will lead two workshops on how to create dreamcatchers using local plants. Michael will also discuss the traditional uses of a dreamcatcher and how to properly use one.  

Reservations are required for the 30 available spots.  The workshop will take place outside on the front porch. In the event of high winds or rain we may move the workshop inside the building. Masks must be worn inside the building and social distancing protocols will be followed. 

Please arrive early. There is a short walk from the main parking lot to the culture center. Follow the trail to the right side of the bathrooms.  Materials will be provided, and everyone is welcome to participate. 

Link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/dreamcatcher-workshop-1-pm-tickets-407150958477

Celebrate National American Indian Heritage Month at the Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center and learn how to create your very own gourd necklace with renowned artist Nadiya Littlewarrior from the Potawatomi/Cherokee people.  

Reservations are required for the 25 available spots.  The workshop will take place outside on the front porch. In the event of high winds or rain we may move the workshop inside the building. Masks must be worn inside the building and social distancing protocols will be followed. 

Please arrive early. There is a short walk from the main parking lot to the culture center. Follow the trail to the right side of the bathrooms.  Materials will be provided, and everyone is welcome to participate. 

Link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/gourd-necklace-workshop-10-am-tickets-407132021837