The United Indians Elders' Program presents the Indian Art Mart at the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center on Sunday, Nov. 2, 2008, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Native American artists and craftspeople will feature their wares of handmade jewelry, paintings, drums and other items for sale. Traditional salmon meals will be available for $10.
The Indian Art Mart supports local Native American artists. In addition, it serves as a benefit for the United Indians Elder's Program which provides nutrition and other support services to Native American elders living in the greater Seattle Metropolitan Area.
This is a chance to get an early start on your holiday shopping! Come seek out perfect gifts, enjoy the Daybreak Star permanent art collection and a breathtaking view of Puget Sound-all the while supporting a worthy cause.
The Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center is located at 3801 W. Government Way inside Discovery Park. To get there by bus, take #33 towards Magnolia to the final stop. Detailed driving and bus directions can be found online at www.unitedindians.org/contact.html. Please contact Judy Anderson with any questions at 206-228-1410.
The mission of United Indians is to foster and sustain a strong sense of identity, tradition, and well-being among the Indian people in the Puget Sound area by promoting their cultural, economic, and social welfare. More information about the Art Mart and other United Indians events and programming can be found at www.unitedindians.org.