calendar of events

April 2008
News from Native California;Spring2008, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p39
A calendar of events for the Native Californians in April-July 2008 is presented which includes an exhibition titled "Eagle of the Dawn: Northwest Coast Master Exhibition, the celebrations titled "Southern California Indian Storytelling Festival," and "31st Annual Honored Elders Day."


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