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48th Annual Native American Day at State Capitol

Native American Day

There’s a lot to be said for carrying on traditions, learning from the past and preparing future generations for what’s ahead. But first, let’s celebrate!

California State Parks and the State Indian Museum are proud to announce a special and free 48th Annual Native American Day celebration that will take place on Friday, September 25, 2015 from 10 am to 2 pm on the west steps of the State Capitol (on 10th street, between L and N Streets).

Showcasing a theme of “Water: Protecting Our Natural Resources” this year, the important event is devoted to maintaining Native culture, including stories, languages, and traditions for today and for future generations.  Guests will enjoy cultural performers, compelling guest speakers, the Tule River Color Guard, traditional games, music and dancing, and much more.

The annual day of activities is proudly sponsored by the State Native American Liaisons of California, representing various California Departments and Agencies including the State Indian Museum and California State Parks.  The Tribal sponsors are the Northern, Southern and Central California Tribal Chairmen’s Association.

Following the fun and lively event, stop by the State Indian Museum to learn and explore even more about Native culture. While the event at the State Capitol is free that day, normal Museum hours and admission prices apply for the State Indian Museum located at 2618 K Street in Sacramento.

For more information about Native American Day, contact the State Indian Museum at 916-324-0971 or visit parks.ca.gov or facebook.com/NativeAmericanDay.

48th Annual Native American Day at State Capitol via @sacramentopress

About the author

Traci Rockefeller Cusack

Traci Rockefeller Cusack has 25+ years of media and public relations experience.  Her work experience includes News10 (ABC) as Promotion Manager from 1989-1998 (where she developed and launched “Coats for Kids’ Sake,” a winter coat drive that lasted 20+ years plus coordinated Oprah Winfrey’s first ever visit to Sacramento) and Fleishman-Hillard as Vice President from 1998-2005 (where she led the wildly successful statewide “California Grown” program and also produced the five-minute video that played on the Jumbotron on Opening Day at Pac Bell Park). In 2007, she launched T-Rock Communications and currently handles a wide range of marketing activities for a number of top-notch organizations.

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