About our Native American event – Santa Fe Days in the Park

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Santa Fe Days is a family friendly, non-profit event which celebrates Native American Indian culture, heritage, arts and food. We know you have many questions about us such as the who, what, when, where and more important, why this event and the activities of our organization are so important to the Dallas/Ft. Worth community.  alex-sanchez

Our organization brings authentic Native American Indian artists and craftspeople to the North Texas community in a family-friendly event. Their knowledge as Native American Artists and Native American Art is very valuable in this day of copycats, look a likes, etc. that violate the Indian Arts and Crafts act.

Our Dallas-area event has developed into a premiere Native American Indian cultural showcase which attracts visitors from the Dallas and Ft. Worth area as well as visitors from across the nation.  We have representation from over 40 nations and pueblos across the Americas and we are currently one of the few events that require proof of tribal enrollment in a Federally or State recognized Tribes that meet the criteria for a the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990. 
We are always impressed with the creativity in design by Carlos Queszada, Navajo Jeweler.
We are always impressed with the creativity in design by Carlos Queszada, Navajo Jeweler.

Admission to the park is only $2.00 per person which is collected at the gate.   The proceeds from the $2.00 admission fee go to the park and offset the cost of this wonderful venue and all the amenities they provide our organization.  Even more exciting – PARKING IS FREE and OUR EVENT IS FREE.

Do you have questions?  Contact us below.img_8827

 

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MEN’S TRADITIONAL – DENNIS BEGAY
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FANCY DANCER – HAROLD ROGERS

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2 thoughts on “About our Native American event – Santa Fe Days in the Park

  • January 8, 2017 at 6:43 am
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    I would like a signed copy of Samuel Holiday’s book but live in Alabama. Would you ship?

  • March 8, 2017 at 8:04 am
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    Is this event connected to the Native American Arts Festival of the 80s 90s and early 2000’s? Those were great events!!

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