This north Georgia tradition features many favorite activities for all audiences, including a Native American dance competition; warriors on horseback; hoop dancers and Aztec dancers; tipis, wigwam and living Indian village and displays; Northern Plains encampment; primitive skills; environmental and wildlife displays; Native American artisans; Save the Horses rescue group; train rides and other activities for children; Mother’s Day Honor Dance and much more.
Food will be served throughout the day and is scheduled to include Native American cuisine such as buffalo burgers, gator tail, roasted corn, Indian frybread, Indian tacos and other dishes.
The Indian Festival and Mother’s Day Powwow will take place rain or shine. Tickets will be on sale at the gate throughout the event, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Children under age 5: free; children ages 6 to 12: $5; adults (13 and up): $15.