Native American Cherokee Trail Festival in Cayce this weekend

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A Native American ritual on the Congaree River, earlier this year.

The 15th Year Anniversary of the Native American Cherokee Trail Festival is scheduled for Saturday Nov 14th and from 10 am to 5 pm each day.  It promises FREE fun for the entire family.  This year’s event will be held at the Granby Garden’s Park (1800 12th St Ext., Cayce) and includes Native American dancers in regalia, storytelling, Cherokee History, children’s activities, crafts and foods.

Special Guests include Chief Steve Silverheels, son on Jay Silverheels (Tonto from The Lone Ranger television Show), Lowery Begay, world known Hoop Dancer, The Aztec Dancers, Edisto River Singers, Soulful Echoes, and many more.  Attendees will want to bring a chair or Blanket – and remember to bring a camera.  There will be a great door prize, from Seminole Patchwork.

The Native American Cherokee Trail River Festival is celebrating 15 years and is hosted by The Circle of Native American History, a non-profit organization dedicated to the education of other about the culture and heritage of the Native American people.

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