October 21-22, 2017, gates open at 9 am, live music all day. Arrive early before Grand Entry (noon on Saturday and 1 pm on Sunday). Painted Pony theme. Iron Horse motorcycle scholarship ride Oct. 22.
It is about Native American people and neighbors CELEBRATING THE HARVEST with dance, regalia, storytelling, giving thanks and various social interactions … with invitation for all to learn and participate.
It is about LIVING HISTORY EXHIBITORS, sustainable homesteading, green farming, book forum with authors, sacred land preservation, children’s fine arts, craft TRADING POST VENDOR and artisans, Native American cuisine … with invitation for all to learn and participate.
Its is also a MULTICULTURAL THANKSGIVING and MILITARY VETERAN & UNIFORMED SERVICES TRIBUTE, IRON HORSE MOTORCYCLE RIDE OCT. 22, PAINTED PONIES, FRY BREAD and much more.
The Gathering is a new tribe rising home within the heart. A platform and place to meet and find family. Truth in history. Awareness in the present. Creating “common-unity” for the future. Honoring Creator through honoring creation. Accepting of those in community who are different and of a good heart. The Gathering is happening around the world. Don’t follow us, follow Spirit. Reach out your hand and experience a miracle.
The Gathering: Engaging Our Communities by Honoring Our Past, Present and Future.
Advance Ticket Sales available online for $5 and group discounts. General Admission is $7 at the gate, Kidz age 6 and Under FREE.
Money raised goes towards scholarships for dancers and singers, and helps bring this type Native American Indian cultural event to this region.
This Festival is a “Rain or Shine” event. This Festival has bleacher seats outdoors, or bring a lawn chair and relax around the circle. Tickets are available at the gate. Event subject to changes at any time.