Celebrate First Nation People at Arizona Indian Festival


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Scottsdale’s Western Week is set for February 5-11, and one exciting part of the event lineup is the Arizona Indian Festival!

Saturday, Feb. 10 and Sunday, Feb. 11 will be two fun-filled days honoring the Native American people and their remarkable stories of bravery and courage. It’s free and fun for the entire family!

Starting at 10 a.m. on both days, a variety of activities will take place on Scottsdale’s Civic Center Mall.  Tribes from throughout Arizona will be on hand to share will cultural experiences, traditional dwellings, art demonstrations and much more.

Guests of all ages will delight in stunning performances, eye-opening storytelling, live music, an artisan market, food trucks, fry bread stands and kids’ activities. For more details, please visit www.arizonaindiantourism.org.

Photo: Out and About in Scottsdale AZ

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