On Saturday, March 31, 2018, the Tribe will be hosting “Tataviam Central: Local Native American Arts, Culture, and History” at the Open Streets Festival in San Fernando, CA from 9:30 am – 2:00 pm.
Stop by the corner of 2nd Street and Maclay Avenue in San Fernando, across from the Tribal Headquarters, to experience the local Native American arts, culture, and history!
As the first peoples of Paséknga (San Fernando), Tataviam welcomes attendees to enjoy Southern California Native American Birdsinging and learn more about the rich local Native American history. Tataviam elder Ted Garcia will display his famous stone-carving artwork and elder Dennis Garcia will provide a cultural display of traditional instruments, regalia, and more!
The Tribe, its non-profit Pukuu Cultural Community Services, the Education and Cultural Learning Department (ECLD), and the Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center will be presenting brochures, items for sale, and a variety of cultural information.
Come celebrate the sovereignty, heritage, and resilience of San Fernando’s first tarahat (people)!
Info: This event is open to the public. Only walking, or getting around with anything that does not contain a motor, is allowed. Parking will be regular street parking. Please note that there will be road closures (see blue streets on event map).
Interested in volunteering for the Tribe during this event? Sign-up here: https://goo.gl/forms/tjWgHXUrF0gOHfzW2