September 21 through 23 marks the 30th annual Native American Days at Angel Mounds State Historic Site. Family-friendly fun and entertainment will be abundant during the weekend tradition of celebrating Native American heritage.

Tickets for the event are $6 per adult and $3 per child, 2 and under are free. Families will see professional demonstrations, participate in hands-on activities, take a hay ride around the site and listen to Native American music and storytelling, among other events throughout each day. Attendees will also have a chance to browse and purchase Native American art, jewelry and other hand-made crafts. All purchases from Native American Vendors help support the Native American community throughout the region.

Visit Native American Days on Friday from 9am-1pm...Saturday from 9am-7pm...or Sunday from 9am-5pm. Other activities include:

  • Music, Dancing, and Storytelling
  • Native Tool Technology
  • Plains Beadwork
  • Flint Knapping
  • Earthenware Pottery
  • Drum Construction
  • Gourd and Shell Carving
  • Finger Weaving
  • Archery
  • Dugout Canoe
  • Native Gardening and Foods
  • Atlatl (ancient spear throwing device)
  • Children's Games
  • Guided Hayride Tours
  • Archaeology Presentations
  • Corn Maze
  • Raffle
  • Baggataway (traditional lacrosse) Demonstration and Lacrosse Competition, featuring local schools