Pennsylvania’s oldest Native American festival will be back again this August 17th and 18th from 10 am until 6 pm, rain or shine.
Bring your lawn chairs and blankets to The Museum of Indian Culture's 39th Annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival, featuring Native American arts, music, dance, and food. Family friendly activities include a children's craft area, pony rides, Native American life ways demonstrations, tomahawk and atlatl throwing, tipi encampment, artifact displays, and more.
Premiering at the festival this year is Bill Miller, Grammy Award-winning Native American performing artist, songwriter, activist, painter, and world-class native flute player. Vendors will offer hand-crafted items such as handmade Navajo and Zuni silver jewelry, Iroquois wampum jewelry and bead work, Kachina dolls, pottery, and more. American Indian cuisine including frybread, buffalo burgers, buffalo stew, Indian Tacos, blueberry wajopi, corn soup and of course, fire roasted corn