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Curbside Tacos, buffalo burgers, corn soup - october 24, 2020
Curbside Buffalo Burgers, Native American Tacos, Corn Soup and Frybread
The Museum of Indian Culture is going Curbside!
Yes, that right! For one day only, Saturday, October 24, 2020, you can enjoy Buffalo Burgers, Corn Soup, Indian Tacos and Frybread, made on location by Robynn Tone-pah-hote, Kiowa Nation. These festival favorites can be pre-ordered ON-LINE (see below) from September 1 – October 22. Curbside pick-up at the Museum of Indian Culture, 2825 Fish Hatchery Road, Allentown, PA, is from 11:00 – 4:00 pm on October 24, 2020.
Grilled 1/4 Lb Buffalo Cheese Burger are $8.50 each and include grilled 1/4 lb buffalo burger topped with lettuce, cheese, sliced tomato and onion on a sesame bun.
Native American Tacos are $10 each and include frybread topped with chili, cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and diced onion.
Native American Frybread are $5 each and sprinkled with powdered sugar.
Corn Soup - A hearty soup made with corn, potatoes, cream and bacon $5 a cup.
THANKS TO ALL WHO PRE-ORDERED ON-LINE
WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT!
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY CELEBRATION
Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and come celebrate Indigenous People’s Day with us at our outdoor event honoring Native American heritage with live drumming, singing, dancing, food, and family-friendly educational activities. Admission is $5 / person ages 12 to adult; FREE for children under 12. We will require masks and social distancing during this outdoor event.
The Museum of Indian Culture invites the public to its first official “Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration” on Saturday, October 24, 2020, from 10 am – 4 pm. Join in solidarity with Indigenous peoples to celebrate their rich cultures, histories, and heritage. Come together on Lenape land to learn about what Indigenous People’s Day means to Native American peoples and why it is increasingly celebrated across the country. Performances include Native American Drumming by White Buffalo Singers, Rosebud - Sioux Tribe, hand drumming, and social dancing.
The celebration includes a variety of activities for people of all ages, such as cornhusk doll making, life skills demonstrations including Atlatl and Tomahawk throwing, natural dye making, flute making, flint knapping, fishing and hunting techniques, basketry, and Native American artifact displays and identification. American Indian cuisine of Indian Tacos, Frybread, Corn Soup and Buffalo Burgers will be available. There will also be Native American silver and beaded jewelry, pottery, and other handcrafts for sale.
40th Annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival
21 & 22,
Save the Date!