Authenticity, Accidental Learning Planned for 32nd Annual Native American Festival at Flovilla | New


FLOVILLA – The spirituality of springs, the sounds of drums and rattles accompanied by the singing of the Muscogee Nation will come together to appreciate the past and celebrate the future at the 32nd annual Native American Festival.

“The festival will celebrate the heritage of Indigenous peoples and the blending of many cultures over the years in the village of Indian Springs,” said Frankie Willis, president of the Butts County Historical Society. The days will also serve as “accidental learning” for the children in attendance, she said.

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