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October 13, 2007 Fall Witayapi 2007
First United Methodist Church
4832 Tujunga Avenue
North Hollywood, CA 91602
11am-11pm
Powwow starts at 7pm - craft workshops 11am - 7pm
Attendance fees: $7 per person, $28 per family
Information: Jeff Fretz (714) 838-5447, jeff...@msn.com

Saturday, October 20, 2007 7:00 PM
Soto Theater
701 Vine St.
San Jose, California 95110
37.3229, -121.887
Category
Comedy
Description
The Comedy Jam will take place at 7:00 PM on Saturday, October 20,
2007 at the Anthony
R. Soto Theater, 701 Vine St., San Jose. Tickets are only $25 and are
on sale now.
Contact Vernon Medicine Cloud at (408) 445-3400 x208. Appearing will
be Jim Ruel,
Dean Haglund, and Marc Yaffee
Homepage
http://www.indianhealthcenter.org/

November 2nd - 4th, 2007 Intertribal Marketplace
Autry National Center
4700 Western Heritage Way
Los Angeles, California 91501
Friday, November 2 (Members only)
6 pm - 8 pm Members Preview
8 pm Native Voices at the Autry Staged Reading
Saturday, November 3 (Open to the public) 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday, November 4 (Open to the public) 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday, November 3 11:45 am–noon Opening remarks and official
presentation of awards; Noon–12:45 pm Hoop dancing by Terry Goedel and
family; 1–1:45 pm Native storytelling by Cathy Martinez, 1:30–2 pm
StoryTime, 1–2:30 pm A Conversation With Contemporary Native
Photographers, 2–2:45 pm Singer/songwriter Arigon Starr , 3–3:45 pm
Ohlone dance and song by the Costanoan Rumsen Carmel Tribe; 4–4:45 pm
Native flute and stories by Bill "Elk Whistle" Neal
Sunday, November 4 Noon–12:45 pm Hoop dancing by Terry Goedel and
family; 1–1:45 pm Native storytelling by Cathy Martinez, 2–2:45 pm
Singer/songwriter Arigon Starr, 3–3:45 pm Ohlone dance and song by the
Costanoan Rumsen Carmel Tribe, 4–4:45 pm Native flute and stories by
Bill "Elk Whistle" Neal Why go to Santa Fe when you can shop at
Southern California's largest Native American art sale? This three day
signature event at the Autry National Center in Griffith Park,
celebrates the continuing traditions and new innovations of American
Indian artists. Come see Native dancers, singers, storytellers, and
musicians perform throughout the weekend and enjoy some delicious
Native food! More than 100 Native artists will be showcasing
exquisite:
Pottery, Jewelry (metal and non-metallic), Sculpture, Paintings and
Mixed Media Artwork, Weaving, Beadwork, Woodcarvings and other various
cultural items
In addition to the arts and crafts sale, the Native Artists'
Competition will take place on the night of Friday, November 2. The
juried competition includes six categories: Jewelry; Pottery;
Painting/Mixed Media/Photography; Sculptures and Carvings; Textile and
Basketry; and "Other Art Forms".
The Intertribal Arts Marketplace is Southern California's most
stunning sale of Native American art. Come join us for a weekend of
beautiful objects and family fun!
Admission (includes museum admission): Members: Free, Adults: $12,
Seniors or children, students (with ID) $8, Children under 9 are free.
Info: http://www.autrynationalcenter.org/intertribal_market.php or
call (323) 667-2000

November 3rd, 2007
The Longest Walk II
The Fillmore
1805 Geary
San Francisco, California
37.784, -122.433
Category
Music
Description
The Longest Walk II features performances by Kris Kristofferson,Taj
Mahal, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Peter Coyote, San Francisco Taiko Dojo,
Charlie Hill and Floyd Red Crow Westerman.

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