The online home of the Greenhorn Valley View
 Home | News | Sports | Ideas | Life | Classifieds | Service Directory | Outdoors | The Greenhorn Valley |
Quick Links: My View | Happenings | Weather | Local News | Service Directory | Coupons | Display Ads | My View - Log In | Register
Friday, June 5, 2020
Fire conditions brought to you by RFPD:  Click here to get emergency text and email alerts
Ad Here

10th Annual American Indian Festival and Concerts Held in Rye
TalkbackComment on this story  |   RecommendRecommend this story  |   Print it!Printer friendly version  |   Email itEmail this story to a friend

Adjust story text size: Make font size smaller Make font size larger

Photo by Virginia Hood
Sonny Hood playing Country Music at the American Indian Festival.
Photo by Virginia Hood
Seven Falls Indian Dancers is a family dance troupe representing four generations of dancers. They were enjoyed by all.
Photo by Virginia Hood
Helen Darrow and Geri Ross, Co-Chairpersons of the American Indian Festival & Concerts. That was quite an undertaking-they did a super job!
Photo by Virginia Hood
One of the several vendors with handmade Dream Catchers and Jewelry.
Photo by Virginia Hood
Red Feather Woman (Lakota/Sioux/Assiniboine) is a Recording Artist, Story Teller and Author. She did the Children's Presentation during Sunday's Church service and also a concert on Saturday and Sunday
Other stories in this category
5/25/2020 6/1/2020 5/26/2020

Click here for all the news

Most recommended in this category

Click here for all the news

The Annual American Indian Festival and Concerts was held at the Rye Home United Methodist Church on this past Saturday and Sunday, June 9th & 10th 2018.

There were American Indian vendors showcasing their beautiful handmade, authentic Indian jewelry and other items. There were also local vendors with their many wonderful handcrafted items of their own designs and a concession serving, among other items, delicious Indian fry bread tacos.

The American Indian Festival was started 10 years ago by the late Susie Aikman as an Outreach Ministry of the Committee on Native American Ministries (CONAM) of the Rocky Mountain Conference of the United Methodist Church of which she was Chairperson.

Helen Darrow co-chairperson of the Festival said, I had just joined the (CONAM)

Committee and Suzie had asked me to help organize an American Indian Festival. I asked the Rye Home UMC, of which I am a member, if they would help and they did by donating for the original startup expense.

Would you like to read the rest of this story? You can subscribe to the Greenhorn Valley View anywhere in Pueblo County for only $35/yr. Call (719) 676-3401 for more information.

Click here to log in to post to TalkBack
Click on the cop Report Talk Back Abuse to report Talk Back abuse and misuse

Featured Auto Ad
Click here to advertise in this space

My View
Free ice cream!
Set up alerts
Subscribe to lists
Participate in forums and talk-back
Set preferences
Log in
Sign up

Ad Here

Ads by Google

Home | Contact us | Archives | E-Edition | My View | Privacy Policy | Subscribe to the print edition
Site Map

The Greenhorn Valley View is a weekly newspaper serving the communities of the Greenhorn Valley in Southern Colorado,
including Colorado City, Rye, San Isabel, Beulah and Hatchet Ranch.

All content Copyright © 2003 - 2020 Speckled Pup Media and/or other copyright holders. All rights reserved.