Needles, CA: Come to the 46th Annual Fort Mojave Indian Days celebration beginning today.

By: Zachary Lopez (ZachNews):

Source: Fort Mojave Indian Tribe (Information):

Picture: Fort Mojave Indian Tribe (Courtesy):

Needles, California: The 46th Annual Fort Mojave Indian Days celebration will begin on Friday, October 21st, 2022.

The celebration is free and opened to the public, to learn and celebrate the history, customs and traditions of the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe.

Many of the activities and entertainment, except for the parade, will be held at 500 Merriman Avenue in Needles, California.

Some of the activities and entertainment at 500 Merriman Avenue includes royalty pageant; baby pageant; men’s bird singing and women’s bird dancing contests; culture workshops; frybread eating contest; nature walk; and tournaments for youth male shinny, wahoo, golf, tug-o-war, horseshoes and peon.

Activities, vendors, food and entertainment will continue on Saturday, October 22nd, 2022.

Starting at 10:00 a.m. PT, a parade will be held along West Broadway, from I Street to D Street, in Downtown Needles, California.

Each year the parade is very well-attended so arrive early to get a great spot, and be prepared for street closures along the parade route.

Due to funding and equipment problems, ZachNews is not sure if the parade will be broadcast live at ZachNews on Facebook, but keep monitoring in case ZachNews is able to broadcast live the parade and after parade event coverage.

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For more information, please contact the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe’s Public Relations Office either by calling at: 1(760) 629-1900 or by email at: publicrelations@fortmojave.com

For vendor information, please contact Sam Evanston either by calling at: 1(760) 629-1900 or by email at: samevanston@fortmojave.com

You can also find more information about the 46th Annual Fort Mojave Indian Days celebration and parade on their Facebook page at:

https://www.facebook.com/mojavedays/

Come and learn about the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe during the 46th Annual Fort Mojave Indian Days celebration and parade.

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