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American Indians coming to Aspen on Saturday

ASPEN – A group of American Indians will be in Aspen to bring awareness to their culture and traditional ways through a powwow-style exhibition in full regalia on Saturday.

Northern Utes, Southern Utes and Hopis will attend the event, which will be introduced by former Northern Ute Chairman Roland McCook, the great-great-grandson of Chief Ouray and Chipeta.

The free exhibition of dancing and drumming will be from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in downtown Aspen by the firepit across from Paradise Bakery.



For more details, call Deanne Kessler at 970-948-7575.


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