Native American Heritage Festival invites you to Thornton Park for rhythmic moves to the drums
Santa Ana will celebrate the rich culture and diverse traditions of indigenous peoples with the Native American Heritage Festival.
The Native American Heritage Festival on November 12 is a free theatrical show for the whole family. Through music, crafts, traditional songs, dances and interactive activities, the festival will showcase the rich cultural heritage and traditions of Native Americans and indigenous peoples.
So, the guests are expected to enjoy a shopping area, exhibitions and a concert. In particular, at the children's location there will be various hands-on activities, arts and crafts, face painting, a climbing wall, balloon animals and interactive bubbles. You will be able to enjoy live music, delicious food and many other fun activities.
In addition, this year's festival will feature special guests. In particular, world champion hoop dancer Eric Hernandez. And Michael "Shining Blue Star" Volkert, a musician who plays the flute.
The Native American Heritage Festival invites the Orange County community and Luke Swenty, president of All Occasions Services, the company that is organizing this year's event:
Visitors will enjoy cultural performances and are invited to join live demonstrations, including a drum circle. And experience ancient hula, which combines rhythmic movements and storytelling. This is an opportunity to interact with and learn from indigenous people
Note that parking at the festival grounds is free, but spaces are limited. Additional parking will be available nearby at the McFadden Institute of Technology, 2701 S Raitt Street, Santa Ana.
So don't miss this unique opportunity to enjoy a rich cultural experience and entertainment for the whole family at the Native American Heritage Festival at Thornton Park. Socium.Network team invites everyone to join them on Nov. 12 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 1801 West Segerstrom Avenue.