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Event# 256-734-7337

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This festival, sponsored by the Echota Cherokee Tribe, features drums, Indian dancers, arts & crafts, basket weaving, pottery-making, flint-knapping, hide-tanning, and jewelry-making. Enjoy fry bread, Indian tacos, roasted corn and many other foods and drinks. Second weekend in June.

Indian Festival

Address : Smith Lake Park Cullman AL
Phone : 256-734-7337   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Admission charged

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