The Mid-American All-Indian Center celebrated its 2nd Annual American Indian Festival at the Century II Expo Hall, July 14 - 15, 2012. The festival will include a variety of different vendor booths that were selling Native-American artwork, décor, jewelry, musical instruments, clothing, head gear, furs, pottery, food and much more.
A group of Native-American dancers circled the floor in the back of the expo as they performed a ceremonial Powwow. A Powwow is a gathering of North America's Native people and features Native American drums, songs and dances.
In addition to the Powwow and vendor booths, the festival included a tiny tots Powwow contest, an Indian fine art market, youth art show and educational hands-on opportunities for youth and adults.
For more information on the 2nd Annual American Indian Festival, visit the Mid-America All-Indian Center in downtown Wichita by clicking HERE.