Becky will be a vendor at the Museum of the American Indian’s Native American Trade Feast, which is celebrating their 50th year.
Museum of the American Indian is one of the museum’s where Becky had an exhibit a few years back, Masks of the Americas. She will have a booth displaying her photography, art t-shirts, masks, native pride caps, beadwork, shields, native flags and much more.
The event will be September 16th, Saturday, from 11 am-5 pm at Miwok Park which is located at 2200 Novato Blvd. in Novato, CA 94947.
Featured at the event will be several Native American arts and crafts vendors and performances by Red Voices Intertribal Drum, Intertribal Pomo Dancers, Aztec Dancers Kalpulli Anahuak, Hula Manu O’o Dancers, Hoop Dancer Eddie Madril, Miwok Songs and Stories by Alicia Retes, native craft demonstrations, children activities, book signing by Al Striplen, author of Little Deer & the First Flute and tours of the museum.
OTHER PARTICPATING VENDORS WILL INCLUDE:
Buffie Schmid, miniature pomo baskets, crafts & jewelry
Steward Wilburn Bear, beadwork
Mountain Pipes & Debbie’s Novelties, soapstone kits, dreamcatchers
Lee Zabin, abalone shell jewelry
Nizhoni Southwest Spirit, leather goods, crafts, t-shirts & jewelry
Stephanie Ferris, beaded jewelry
Sandra Smith, prints & drawings
Michael & Nicole Sabedo, native regalia, jewelry & décor
Una Uleen Harding, vintage bead jewelry & sun catchers
Blue Sky Books, Native American themed books
Clam Disk bead drilling & necklaces by Pat Rapp
Pomo style basketry & uses for tule by Charles Konard & Sally Sherlock
Feather work & cordage by Ed Willie
MAPOM (Marin Archaeological Preserve of Marin)
Point Reyes National Seashore
Marin Indian Alliance
Museum of the American Indian
Friends of Olompali
Novato History Guild
In addition, the Novato High School club members that were instrumental in forming the museum 50 years ago and the founders of the Museum will be recognized by the City of Novato by Judy Arnold, Marin County Supervisor and Mary Jane Burke, Marin County Office of Education.
For more information contact the museum Director Teresa Saltzman 415-897-4064 or firstname.lastname@example.org.