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American Indian Exposition

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Event# 520-622-4900

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A collection of American Indian art, craftworks, and food exhibited directly by American Indian artists. See artisans at work, enjoy live entertainment on weekends. An official event of the Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase, located at Flamingo Hotel (Stone & Drachman). North American Indian Information & Trade Center.

This Event is held the last Sunday of January through the Third Sunday of February each year.

American Indian Exposition

Address : North American Indian Information & Trade Center Tucson AZ
Phone : 520-622-4900   (Always call and confirm events.)

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