An indigenous cultural and educational engaging event to raise awareness of native water needs and provide clean drinking water for the navajo nation and other indigenous communities

october 6-9, 2022
veterans memorial park
10707 taylorsville rd.
Jeffersontown ky 40299
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  • Gather in kinship and ceremony
  • This event asserts that water is a sacred fundamental right for all
  • A 4-day intertribal cultural event
    • Oct.6th – Indigenous art displayed with venders in the AM- Evening viewing of the film, Windtalkers viewing with commentary by Navajo actor, artist and educator, Roger Willie
    • Oct.7th – Children and Youth Day
      • Indigenous Storytelling, drumming, and singing
      • Observe and learn Indigenous dance
      • Engage in indigenous games
      • Question and answer sessions
    • Oct.8th.9th – Intertribal ceremony
      • Opening and closing ceremony
      • Indigenous dancing, singing. and drumming
      • Various dance exhibitions
        • Chicken dance, Sneak up Dance, Men’s Traditional,Women’s Traditional, Candy Dance(children),Intertribal, and more.
      • Opportunities for public to join in dancing when announced
      • Indigenous venders
      • Indigenous food
      • Educational Path along Chenoweth Run Creek
        • Explore Native Ways and Wisdom
        • Various educational stations (Water With Blessing display, and different educational vendors)

Hotel Information

Here is the roomblock information:
Comfort Suites East
1850 Resource Way, Louisville, KY, 40299

Respect expected for a sacred event:
No politics, alcohol, drugs
Firearms, or profanity