The 19th Annual
Indian Market & Powwow
Artists shown above: Sculpture Left – David Farnham; Ring Right – Nelson Begay
A Celebration of American Indian Art, Culture, and Dance
Join us for a weekend of family fun!
Award-winning American Indian artists will sell and demonstrate authentic artwork in a juried show alongside a two-day Powwow honoring American Indians, American Indian veterans, and all other veterans. Entertainment includes performances, music, and hands-on activities, as well as HawkQuest presenting live hawk and eagle demonstrations. Delicious cuisine from Tocabe and the Fort Restaurant will be available for purchase both days.
Saturday and Sunday,
June 1 & 2, 2019
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days
Open to the Public!
Children 12 and Under: Free
Parking is Free
The Fort Restaurant,
19192 Highway 8
Morrison, CO 80465
See the map on our Contact Us page >
Attending Artists – Here is our current list, we will be updating as artists are added:
Entertainment and Musical Performances
Red Feather Woman (Lakota/Assiniboine)
Internationally known, and two time Native American Music award winning recording artist, Rose Red Elk also known as Wieka Luta Win, Red Feather Woman, is a Native American storyteller, singer, songwriter and author. Born on the Fort Peck Reservation in Poplar, Montana is an enrolled member of the Sioux/Assiniboine Tribes. Rose has captivated audiences for more than 20+ years, singing and telling traditional stories to children and adults of all ages throughout the United States and abroad.
Red Feather Woman shares her ancestral stories as told to her by her father and grandfather. Her original music with songs that have been gifted to her through dreams while others are inspired by the stories she tells and her life experiences. Red Feather Woman has performed for thousands and has been labeled Master Storyteller. She gives hope for our planet and for future generations.
“Keepers of the Dreams”, her third CD, produced by three times Grammy winner Tom Wasinger (Boulder, CO) won “Best Folk” recording at the 2014 NAMMY Awards. Her most recent project, a six series comic book, entitled “Empowerment Saga”, published by the Department of Interior and OST. She entertains as well as teaches all audiences, the importance of our Mother Earth, and to reflect on each individual’s culture. A truly gifted storyteller will leave you spell bound.
For booking email@example.com
2019 Powwow Honoree – Cindy Littlefeather
Sergeant First Class Cindy Littlefeather is from the Diné Nation, of the Mountain Cove Clan and born for the Sleepy Rock people. Her maternal clan is of the Towering House and her paternal clan is of the Bitter Water. Her maternal family is from Lake Valley, NM. She is the daughter of Marie Napoleon and Wilson Pablo and granddaughter of Ruth and Lewis Napoleon. She is a member of the Sister Nations Color Guard and currently serving on active duty with the Colorado Army National Guard with 24 years of service.