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Partly cloudy skies. Low 59F. Winds light and variable..
Partly cloudy skies. Low 59F. Winds light and variable.
Updated: September 16, 2022 @ 3:43 pm
Parents, children and guests participated in a Native American dance ritual during Saturday’s Native American celebration at Carolina Courts.

Parents, children and guests participated in a Native American dance ritual during Saturday’s Native American celebration at Carolina Courts.
INDIAN TRAIL — The Town of Indian Trail hosted American Indian Culture Day in person for the first time since 2019 at Carolina Courts near Chestnut Square Park on Saturday (Aug. 27). The event was moved indoors because of extreme heat.
Event attendees and guests were treated to several vendors selling embroidery plus Native American dancing, art, food, face painting, and hands-on crafts. Children and their parents also danced to different rituals and listened to storytelling from various speakers.
The town partnered with the Metrolina Native American Association (MNAA) to make the celebration of Native American heritage possible in Indian Trail. According to their website, the MNAA is “a North Carolina State-Recognized Urban Indian Center Incorporated in January 1976 by local Native Americans as a non-profit education advocacy group” located in Charlotte.
Indian Trail Parks and Recreation Department Director Hayden Kramer said the celebration was “an educational opportunity for everyone” and said it brought the community together. He also said the partnership with MNAA was to encourage everyone to appreciate Native American culture.
“Partnering with (MNAA) was key because they have access to vendors here, and they understand what they are bringing to the table and the different cultures they represent,” Kramer told The Enquirer-Journal Saturday. “We want to make sure that is something everyone can have access to.”
The MNAA will host a golf tournament on Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation on Sept. 10, followed by a Powwow later that month.
The town’s next event is the first Ninja Warrior competition on Sept. 16. Locals have an opportunity to learn styles of ninja competition and “complete a series of obstacles in the fastest time possible,” according to IT’s 2022 Fall Activity Guide.
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