American Indian Festival
Gwinnett County Fairgrounds Lawrenceville GA
NOTE: Due to family illness the American Indian Festival will not be held this year. We look forward to bringing it to you in years to come.
Voice in the Wind is a Native American owned business that presents educational programs based on the Native American culture. We coordinate festivals and pow-wows, featuring performers from many different indigenous Nations. We also present programs for schools, Military bases and other venues and organizations that are coordinated to their needs or budgetary l
The presentation of dancing, drumming, storytelling, history, language and nuances of the Native American culture are attuned to the audience, as to ages and courses of study. The programs are presented in a fun and audience participation concept.
Paul Eddy, founder of Voice In The Wind, passed away August 29th of 2006. His wife Toadie and son
Ryan will continue to carry on the American Indian Festival in the true spirit and tradition that Paul would have wanted.
The information on this web site will share information on festival times, directions and contact information. Come and enjoy a true experience of the First Americans.
Some photographs courtesy of Betty Frady, local photographer at Festival.
Flute Music By Keith Davis - performer at the American Indian Festival.
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