Southern California American Indian communities have events going on all year long, but things really get busy in November during American Indian Heritage Month. From Native American films, to art, traditional crafts and a couple pow wows, there are all kinds of ways to learn about and celebrate American Indian cultures.
The Red Nations Film Festival runs the entire month from November 1-30, 2013 with screenings of American Indian films and panel discussions and presentations at multiple locations. More Details
The American Indian Marketplace at the Autry National Center November 9-10, 2013 features over 180 Native American artists and artisans. More Details
Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center in the San Gabriel Mountains is hosting a Rabbit Skin Blanket Workshop this Sunday, Nov 10, 2013, where participants will learn the local Indian method of working rabbit skins into wearable garments. More Details
Southern California Indian Center Pow Wow at the Orange County Fairgrounds November 23-24. More Details
CSUN Pow Wow on the California State University, Northridge campus November 30, 2013. More Details
American Indian Family Day Sundays, November 1 and December 1, 2013 at the Autry National Center celebrates the culture, contributions, and heritage of Native Americans. The event includes a storytellers, crafts for kids, music and Native-American-themed film screenings. More Details
Or visit any of these Native American Museums and Cultural Centers.
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