Naperville, Illinois


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Event# 773-585-1744

Event Details

Enjoy Native American dancing and drumming, cultural demonstrations, art, craft and food vendors. Grand Entry of dancers in regalia (full dress) Saturday 1PM & 7PM, Sunday at 1PM. See Deshka the American Bald Eagle and other Birds of Prey. Children's crafts -including flintknapping (arrowhead making)from 11AM-5PM each day. Musicial Al Jewer playing native flute and Mark Cleveland performing at 5:00 PM Saturday and noon on Sunday. Tour living museum of Naper Settlement until 4pm daily.


Address : Naper Settlement, 523 S. Webster Street, Naperville IL Naperville Illinois
Phone : 773-585-1744   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 708-788-0250

Email Address : soarring@aol.com
Web Address : www.midwestsoarring.org
Admission Fee : Adults $8 Seniors (62+) $5 Children (6-12) $5 Discounts on groups and weekend passes

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