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Native American Days at Two Waters Celebrated with Several Events

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Native American Days at Two Waters began the celebration on September 27 for a four-day event filled with several activities. The Traditional Red/Green Chili Cook Off began the festivities in the Round House Café. Fifteen participants entered their red or green chili into the contest, Jon Regner, Keith Andrews, Keith Taylor, Anna Lee, Lauretta Johnson, Barbara Saunders, Kevin Riding-In, Cruz Lopez, Morris Manuel, Stephanie Honeycutt, Peter Salcido, Salvador Montoya, Judy Montero, Monica Sampson-Vavages and Ernie Lopez. The contest was judged by Edward Reina, Councilwoman Deanna Scabby, Carol Silversmith, Dwayne Manuel, Brenna Wateuma and Royce Manuel.

 
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1-31 THE CRYPT HAUNTED ATTRACTION at Fiesta Mall, Mesa, AZ. Featuring the Crypt and the Asylum, rooms of mind-blowing, heart-pounding scares. $13-$17. For more info. call (480) 792-9256

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HUHUGAM KI MUSEUM CLOSED FOR 2 WEEKS -for yearly inventory of stock. For more info. call (480) 362-6320

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CHIEF JUDGE RUN-OFF ELECTION, at SR Community Bldg.,-District I, Lehi Community Center-District II, 6 a.m.- 6 p.m. For more info. call Erica Harvier (480) 362-7466

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O’ODHAM NIOK HEMAPA at OPLP room 2, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. All O’Odham speakers are encouraged to come out and help save our language. Lunch will be served. For more info. call OPLP (480) 362-5501
7 SRPMIC SAFETY DAY EVENT at SR Recreation Football Field, 5 - 8 p.m. Music and food provided, sefety demos and much more. For more info. call Cliff Puckett (480) 362-7927
8 FREE PUBLIC RECEPTION at Arizona State University Art Museum, Mill Avenue at 10th Street, Tempe, AZ. 7-9 p.m. Opening night performances. For more info call (480) 965-2787
9 NATIVE AMERICAN CONNECTIONS/NARD PARADE at 3rd Street from Monterey Park to Steele Indian School Park, Phoenix, AZ. Free. 9 a.m. Parade features over 100 entries with floats, bands, traditional and contemporary dance groups. For more info. call (602) 254-3247
9 CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL MULTICULTURAL COMMITTEE NARD POW WOW at Central High School softball field, 4525 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ. 11 a.m.- 8 p.m. Free. Gourd dancing, traditional dancers, food, arts and crafts. For more info. call (602) 885-1103
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