Photos: Red Clay State Park's annual Pow Wow

Photos: Red Clay State Park's annual Pow Wow

October 26th, 2013 in Local Regional News

Mark Stancil tends to a fire outside of a tent during Red Clay State Park's annual Pow Wow on Friday, Oct. 25, 2013, in Cleveland, Tenn. The Pow Wow was sponsored Friends of Red Clay and the Native American Services of Tennessee and included demonstrations of Native American dance, music, and culture.

Photo by Doug Strickland/Times Free Press.

Faithe Hullander, left, and Chase Ellis search through a container of wooden beads during Red Clay State Park's annual Pow Wow on Friday near Cleveland, Tenn. The Pow Wow was sponsored Friends of Red Clay and the Native American Services of Tennessee and included demonstrations of Native American dance, music and culture.

Photo by Doug Strickland/Times Free Press.

Red Clay State Park's annual Pow Wow, featuring traditional Native American dance, food and arts, is today and Sunday at the park in southwestern Bradley County. Sponsored by the Friends of Red Clay and the Native American Services of Tennessee, the event will include traditional dancers, storytelling, living history demonstrations and craftspeople selling their wares and handicrafts. The festival is free with a $5 parking fee per vehicle or motorcycle. Activities begin at 10 a.m. each day. For more information, contact the park office at 423-478-0339.