This weekend Red Clay National Park in Cleveland, Tenn., hosted Cherokee Days of Remembrance. The park sits on land originally belonging to the Cherokee people. Each year a small festival is held to feature Cherokee arts and traditions including dancing, crafts and music. There are quite a few photos, but it was so colorful it was hard to only choose a few!
A lady uses a tool to ‘shave’ the hair off of a deer skin.
Lots of dancing:
(father and son)
Friendship dance that everyone was invited to participate in.
Enjoying the roasted corn: