- Special Attractions: Hoop Dancer Angela Gladue of the Frog Lake First Nation, Alberta, Canada
- Algonkian Living Historian of the 17th & 18th Century,
- Drew Shuptar-Rayvis, Cultural Ambassador of the Pocomoke Indian Nation
- Master of Ceremonies: Bruce McWilliams Medicine Horse Drummers and Singers Zotigh Singers
- Exhibits of Local Native American Artifacts with Collector Terry Crannell Knapping Demonstration with Zeke Willey from Handsell Decoy Carving Demonstration with Tom Bradshaw Demonstration of creating
- Authentic Native American Arrows by: Jesse “Running Arrow” Bartrum
- Wampum Demonstration by Shane Rader as well as Pipe maker and Silversmith
- Indian Tacos and Fry Bread by the Accohannock Indian Tribe
- Silent Auction Bake Table Raffles
This is a One Day Only event. Rain or Shine
Gates open at 10:00 a.m. Grand Entry at Noon. Close at 6:00 p.m.
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Open to the Public. Admission is $7 pp. Children 4 and under are free.
Bring your lawn chair and spend the day with us.
The Ball Field (Under the Water Tower), 214 Middle Street, in beautiful Vienna, MD 21869