Native American Culture

In the summer, we celebrate Native American cultures with many special events, including performances by the Lightning Boy Hoop Dancers, meditative and healing ceremonies in our Teepee, and the Nahui Ollin Four Movement dance led by our Aztec ceremonial leader.

Lightning Boy
Hoop Dancers

Sundays, July 7 to September 1, 11am
Tribally inclusive boys’ and girls’ youth hoop dance group.

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Visit to the
Pueblo de Cochiti

Sunday, July 14
Visit the Pueblo de Cochiti for the St. Bonaventure Feast Day Corn Dance.

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Visit to the
Santo Domingo Pueblo

Wednesday, August 14
Visit the Santo Domingo Pueblo for the St. Dominic Feast Day Green Corn Dance.

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Wellness
Workshops

Saturday, August 17
Honor the first medicine: water. Discover the power of your voice. Celebrate the full moon and sacred feminine energy.

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Nahui Ollin —
Four Movement Dance

Fridays, 4pm
Performed by Concha Garcia Allen. Guided meditation in the Nahui Ollin that directly connects you with Mother Earth and your own validity as a worthy, beautifully created being.

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THE
TEEPEE

Raised Monthly at the Full Moon
Join us for special ceremonies and events in our teepee, as we celebrate the full moon each month. Designed, crafted and constructed by members of the Navajo Nation, the teepee is about 24 feet in diameter and seats 30. The poles were harvested from the Santa Fe National Forest.