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    All are welcome to The Annual Native Nations Festival on September 22nd and 23rd, 2018 at the Watson Homestead in Corning, NY. This event, organized by Seven Generations of Stewards, Inc., is an interactive Powwow for all ages. There will be Native American dancing, drumming, arts and crafts, native food and more. Throughout each day at the Native Nations Festival, there will be demonstrations that will help everyone learn more about the Native American Culture. The Thunderbird American Indian Dancers and the Nahui Ollin Aztec Dancers will grace this year’s main arena. The Old Bridge Singers will provide the pounding beats and beautiful songs expected at most Native American gatherings. There will be great learning and educational opportunities for everyone. FREE Admission and Parking Native Nations Festival Hours Saturday (9/22): 10 am to 6 pm - General Admission for everyone. Gates open at 9 am Grand Entry at 10 am Closing Ceremony at 6 pm Sunday (9/23): 10 am to 4 pm - General Admission for everyone. Gates open at 9 am Grand Entry at 10 am Closing Ceremony at 3 pm Pets: We understand that your pets are important to you, however, there are NO pets allowed on the grounds during the event. Thank you for your understanding. Facebook: https://facebook.com/groups/sevengenerationsofstewards/ Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1624292970957973/ Demonstrations and Exhibitors Details Demonstrations will be scheduled each day and will include interactive, educational and artisan topics. Several exciting demonstrations will be on-going through both days. Currently, we have storytelling, a live hawk demonstration, drumming, and beadwork. The line-up will be constantly growing. Check the website for the complete, up-to-date, schedule. Camping & Lodging Options There are many camping and lodging options for the Native Nations Festival including the following: Hotels & B&Bs: America’s Best Value Inn, Budget Inn, Comfort Inn and Suites, Econo Lodge, Hampton Inn, Radisson Hotel, Ramada Inn, Staybridge Suites, Villa Bernese, Rosewood Inn, Hillcrest Manor Bed & Breakfast, Halcyon Place Bed & Breakfast Campgrounds: Watson Homestead Conference & Retreat Center, Ferenbaugh Camping and Recreation Area, Watkins Glen/Corning KOA, Cardinal Campground, Camp Bell Campground. VENDORS: Please email sevengenerationsofstewards@gmail.com or call Tom at 607-346-3256 for more information. The Vendor application can be found on our website or Facebook page.
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