May 6 and May 7,
33rd Annual California
Indian Market & Peace Dance, Celebrating Cinco de Mayo & World
San Juan Bautista, CA
The Alameda - Third Street
10:00 am - 7:00 pm
for the Printable Program
Please click the following link to download the Vendor Application
artists, dancers, drummers and singers from North and South America
and multi-cultural vendors will be in San Juan Bautista
from 10am to 7 pm.
One Earth One
People Peace Vision and the San Juan Intertribal Council is billed
as a "living prayer for world peace" along with a show and sale of
arts and crafts. Included are basketry, dance regalia, dolls,
dream catchers, drums, jewelry, paintings, pottery, sculpture,
weavings and more!
Xipe Totec Aztec Dancers
will present the Fire Dance and White Eagle Dance celebrating
Cinco De Mayo both days at 3 and 5 p.m. Audiences are invited
by the Aztec Dancers and maestro Gerardo Salinas of Mexico
City to participate in the World Peace Dance.
Kanyon Sayer-Roods will give a memorial honoring of California
medicine song woman Bernice Torrez, Kashaya Pomo, daughter of
famed Essie Parrish. Before Bernice's death in 1996, Torrez
annually sang sacred medicine songs at the 10 a.m. opening
ceremonies. She formed the young peoples group to do the ancient
dance and songs to help people heal and enjoy life. They will
perform Sunday morning at 11 a.m. to honor Bernice Torrez.
Traditional Northern will drum and chant ancestral honoring songs for heroism of
veterans, children, women, men, elders and families who foster
peace in their homes and communities. All peoples in
traditional regalia are invited to participate in the Peace Pow
Wow dances. Families are invited to do the Round Dance for world
peace around the drum. Council Peace Chief Sonne Reyna offers
these songs on his CD 'Healing Songs of Earth and Sky' created
with famed musician Steven Halpern.
Admission: $1.00 Donation
benefits Peace Vision, 501c.3: Promoting Peace Through The Arts
Reyna at (831) 623-4771