Volunteers Needed for Indigenous People’s Day!

The Santa Fe Indian Center is looking for volunteers to help with T-shirts and posters sales!

When:  Indigenous Peoples Day – Monday, Oct. 9th

Where:  The Santa Fe Plaza

Time:  8am-5pm. 

Information:   505-660-4210  or sfindiancenter@gmail.com 

Proceeds from sales of this beautiful T-shirt will go to the Santa Fe Indian Center.  We would appreciate your support! 


“The design represents the Indigenous World of this area. The center Sun figure represents everything sacred to our People, the Sun, the elements, our sacred places and life. The Paths represent our migration stories and the routes we took to arrive in our present locations. The four larger circles represent the Pueblo People, starting with the Towa at the top, the Tewa on the right, the Tiwa on the left, and the Keres at the bottom. The two smaller circles on the left and right represent the Zuni and Hopi. The two smaller circles on top and bottom represent the Navajo and the Apache. The Stars surrounding the figures represent the night sky and the Deities that guided us to our home lands.”  George Toya, Jemez Pueblo

Indigenous Peoples Day Schedule of Events

8:00 a.m.   Morning Flute — with Andrew Thomas (Navajo)
8:30 a.m.   Morning Drum/Song –Western Mavericks Host Inter-tribal Drum Group
9:00 a.m.   Tesuque Pueblo Dancers
10:00 a.m. Zuni Pueblo Soaring Eagle Dance Group
10:45 a.m. Opening Prayer/Dignitary Event – w/Mayor Javier Gonzales, Tribal Leaders, City Councilors
11:45 a.m. Inter-Tribal Round Dance on the Plaza, led by Western Mavericks Drum Group
12 noon     Laguna-Hopi Buffalo Dancers
1:00 p.m.   Native Pride Dancers (Inter-tribal/Variety)
2:00 p.m.   Acoma Pueblo Enchantment Dancers
3:00 p.m.   Ohkay Owingeh Two Spirits Dance Group
4:00 p.m.   Pueblo of Pojoaque Dancers and Youth Hoop Dancers.
5:00 p.m.   Honor Song and Closing Ceremony, led by Western Mavericks Drum Group