Oka Kapassa, a special Native American gathering, is held in Spring Park, Tuscumbia, Alabama to celebrate the culture and traditions of American Indians who once thrived in north Alabama.
The rich traditions of Native American culture will be celebrated through authentic demonstrations of arts, crafts and life skills, including dance, drumming, Indian flute music, basket weaving, jewelry, story-telling, foods and much more.
A dozen tribes will be represented, symbolizing a return to their Southeastern homelands. Admission is free to the public on both days.
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