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Tumacácori National Historical Park | O’odham Tash (O’odham Day)


Celebrate the culture of the O’odham.

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Sunday, March 4
10 AM­–1 PM

What is a “tash”? It’s a cultural celebration! Discover the heritage of the original residents of Tumacácori National Historical Park with art, music, and crafts.

Visitors to the mission grounds will be able to observe cultural demonstrators presenting traditional crafts and pastimes like basket weaving, painting, carving, pottery making, storytelling, and singing, and taste favorite traditional foods such as fry bread, tepary beans, and cholla buds. There will be a workshop at 11:00 in which participants will be able to learn a favorite ball game, toka. The festivities will begin and conclude with singing and a blessing.



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Event Tags: art, crafts, culture, event, heritage, music, O’odham tash, Tohono O'odham, Tumacácori

Date:
Sunday, March 4
Time:
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Place:
Tumacácori National Historical Park
1891 East Frontage Road
Tumacácori, AZ 85640 United States
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Contact:
520-377-5065
Cost:
Park entrance fee applies.

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