Come, Sit, Stay a While
Pueblo Winter Stories
The oral tradition of winter storytelling has been a part of Native American culture for centuries. Join Shkeme (pronounced "shimmy") Garcia from the Pueblos of Tamaya and Walatowa as he entertains viewers with his special gift. Garcia will share classic favorites including Grandmother Spider Brings the Sun, How Rabbit Got His Long Ears, Dog Tails and Star Woman. $7.50 gets you in the door for the 1 p.m. performance only, or $20 lets you enjoy the stories with a belly full of warm, all-you-can-eat Pueblo Harvest Cafe goodness starting at 11:30 a.m. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center • Sat Dec 29 • 1 pm • $7.50 • View on Alibi calendar
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