Culture and cruisers: American Indian Festival celebrates 8th year in Adams County

Posted 9/28/21

The American Indian Festival celebrated its eighth year with more than 81 tribes bringing the native American culture of dance, food, music and storytelling to Adams County’s Riverdale Regional …

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Culture and cruisers: American Indian Festival celebrates 8th year in Adams County

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The American Indian Festival celebrated its eighth year with more than 81 tribes bringing the native American culture of dance, food, music and storytelling to Adams County’s Riverdale Regional Park. The Mile High Cruisers’ annual car show took place, too, with several winners walking away with trophies Sept. 25.

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