Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center will host its third annual Native American Day on the plaza outside the theater. The family friendly event for all ages, offered in association with Livermore’s American Indian Center, will include demonstrations of tipi building, dancing and singing, as well as artifacts, crafts and food.
This is the third year the free, family-oriented Native American Day has been held on the Bankhead Plaza. It is sponsored by LVPAC and presented with the assistance of Mary Puthoff of the Native American Center in Livermore. A program specialist within the Livermore school district, Mary has worked for more than four decades to preserve and share the cultural traditions of the tribes from this area — the Ohlone, Miwok and Yokuts — with students and adults in the Tri-Valley and beyond.
Above photo by Andrew Edwards
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