Sponsor Spotlight: Native American Bank

Sponsors of Tesoro Cultural Center provide a direct impact on furthering our mission of protecting the artistic and cultural treasures of America’s past. As a sponsor, the Native American Bank directly supports our annual Indian Market and Powwow, which would not be possible without the help of our wonderful sponsors.

With roots in community development, the Native American Bank was founded to provide access to financial services for Alaska Native and Native American communities. As the only American Indian-owned community development bank in the country, the Native American Bank works to create economic independence, development and sustainability. With headquarters in downtown Denver, the Native American Bank community is close to home, allowing for collaboration in our non-profit efforts.

To learn more about becoming a sponsor of Tesoro Cultural Center, visit http://www.tesoroculturalcenter.org/.

About Tesoro Cultural Center’s Indian Market and Powwow

In celebration of early Southwestern history, Tesoro Cultural Center hosts nationally acclaimed artists, dancers and more for an art-centered gathering, as well as educational and interactive exhibits on American Indian culture, to create a fun-filled, family weekend. The Indian Market and Powwow is a yearly tribute to the American Indian tribes that shaped the cultural community of Bent’s Old Fort, an important fur trading post that operated along the famous Santa Fe Trail in the 1830s. Children will love the hawk and eagle demonstrations from HawkQuest, as handlers discuss the importance of raptors in Indian culture. The public is invited to join contestants in inter-tribal friendship dances.

Save the date for our 18th annual Indian Market and Powwow, returning June 2-3, 2018.

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