Winter 2014 Tribal Feast Days, Festivals And Events

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Native American feast days allow tribal members to come together in a renewal of their language, culture, and religion. On these days, the communities celebrating a feast day are open to the public, and members of the tribe will prepare a variety of bountiful meals to share with their visiting guests.

January

Jan 1 Most Pueblos: Various dances, Transfer of Canes of Authority to new Tribal Officers

Jan 1 Taos Pueblo: Turtle Dance, marking the beginning of the new year

Jan 6 Most pueblos: King's Day Celebration in honor of new Tribal Officers, Antelope, Buffalo, Deer dances

Jan 22 San Ildefonso: Evening Firelight Dances

Jan 23 San Ildefonso: Pueblo Feast Day, Comanche, Buffalo and Deer dances throughout the day

Jan 25 Picuris Pueblo, Ohkay Owingeh/San Juan Pueblo: St Paul's Feast Day

February

Feb 2 Picuris Pueblo, San Felipe Pueblo: Candelaria Day Celebration

1st weekend of Feb Old Acoma Pueblo: Governor's Feast Day, various dances

2nd week of Feb San Juan Pueblo: Deer dances

March

Mar 19 Laguna Pueblo: Saint Joseph's Feast Day, Harvest and various other dances

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