Though traditional Feast Day dances on New Mexico Pueblos are abundant throughout the year, here are just a few listings to illustrate the rich heritage, tradition and importance Native American Dances have within modern Pueblo life. Easter is a time of celebration and worship for the Native American Pueblo people as it is with Anglo and Spanish Christian New Mexicans.
PUEBLO DANCES Easter Weekend SUNDAY – March 27, 2016 (ALL INFORMATION IS SUBJECT To change)
BOW AND ARROW DANCE
10AM OR SO TO EARLY AFTERNOON
Carne Adovada – a New Mexican Pueblo Feast Day favorite!
OHKAY OWINGEH (SAN JUAN):
OR SO FOR MOST OF THE DAY
BEGINS AT 9AM
COCHITI DANCING EASTER AND MON.
MAR. 27 AND 28
Traditional Tamales – a welcomed meal in New Mexico culture.
SANTA DOMINGO NOW KEWA
DANCING EASTER AND
MON./TUES./ WED. ,
FROM 10AM -3 OR SO