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Occoneechee State Park Native American Heritage Festival - May 9, 2009

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  • Occoneechee State Park Native American Heritage Festival - May 9, 2009

    Occoneechee State Park Native American Heritage Festival
    (1992-2009)
    Clarksville, Virginia

    Saturday, May 9, 2009

    Gates Open 10:00 AM Grand Entry 12 Noon

    Share Our Heritage!

    Spend the day at beautiful Occoneechee State Park and experience the song and dance celebration of Native American Dancers and Drums. Enjoy freshly prepared Native foods, shop with craft vendors and visit the park Native American museum.

    FEATURING
    M.C.: Marvin J Burnette (Lakota Sioux)
    Host Drum: Red Earth Singers (Haliwa Saponi)
    Guest Drum: TBA
    Head Man: Keith Anderson (Cherokee/Catawba)
    Head Female: Debora Moore (Pamunkey)
    AD: Jay Kays (Osage)

    Admission Fee: Adults $5.00 children 3-12 and Seniors 62+ $3.00

    BRING YOUR LAWN CHAIRS
    *NO PETS PLEASE*

    SPONSORED BY:
    Virginia Division of State Parks
    Occoneechee State Park
    Occoneechee State Park named for Native Americans who lived in the area for hundreds of years. The park is on John H. Kerr Reservoir, better known locally as Buggs Island Lake.
    The Native American Heritage Festival is an annual event that captures the culture and history of Native American people.
    Occoneechee State Park is located 1.5 miles east of Clarksville on US Route 58.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
    Occoneechee State Park - 434-374-2210
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