Three days of traditional Native American events including a princess contest will be the venue for this years event. The Turtle Island Native American Association of Arkansas will celebrate in fine Native American tradition on the banks of the clear waters of the Spring River in Loberg Park. The Loberg Park area was the traditional camping grounds for the Native American summer solstice. The public is welcome and encouraged to come and learn the ways of the forefathers. All dancers and drummers welcome. There will be a trading area where beautiful arts and crafts will be available for purchase. Lacie will be serving up that famous mouth watering fry bread.
Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy the dancing. Aztec Dancers: Quetzalcoatl. There will be different styles of dance so you will be able to participate. There will be special dances for the children.
Hours are 8am-6pm on Friday, 9am-10pm on Saturday and 9am-5pm on Sunday. Headman Daily Pick, Headlady Daily Pick, Arena Director Jason Thigpen, Emcee Ken Dixon, Southern Drum Jarvis Poahway Comanche Southern Singers Memphis Tia Pian Big River Clan Gourd Society.
This is a family event. No Drugs, Alcohol, or Firearms allowed on premises.
For more information, contact Jerry or Clare Hunt @ 870-972-6995 or the Mayor of Hardy @ (870) 856-3811 or mayorofhardy@ yahoo.com Sponsored by the Hardy Advertising and Promotions Commission