Drumming during the 47th Annual Sierra Mono Museum Pow Wow & Indian Fair Days held last weekend at Minarets High School. Native Americans believe the drum brings the heartbeat of Earth Mother to the pow wow for all who attend to feel.
Drumming during the 47th Annual Sierra Mono Museum Pow Wow & Indian Fair Days held last weekend at Minarets High School. Native Americans believe the drum brings the heartbeat of Earth Mother to the pow wow for all who attend to feel. Steve Montalto Special to Sierra Star
Drumming during the 47th Annual Sierra Mono Museum Pow Wow & Indian Fair Days held last weekend at Minarets High School. Native Americans believe the drum brings the heartbeat of Earth Mother to the pow wow for all who attend to feel. Steve Montalto Special to Sierra Star

Drums, colors, and dances delight all at Sierra Mono Pow Wow in O’Neals

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