Thunderbird Dance Celebration 11/7 &11/8 at Queens Farm

The Thunderbird American Indian Dancers and the Queens County Farm Museum are presenting two afternoons of Native American Dance performance on Saturday November 7 and Sunday November 8, 2020, from 12 noon to 4 PM.  There will also be merchants selling Native American jewelry, clothing, pottery and other items.
This autumnal celebration will be held outdoors at the Queens County Farm Museum, 73-50 Little Neck Parkway, Floral Park, New York.

To purchase admission tickets, go to, click on “Events Calendar”, scroll down to “Autumn Dance Celebration” and click on “Tickets and Details”.  This will bring you to the Eventbrite web page for this event;  here you will “Select a Date” and proceed to ticket purchase.  Since admissions are limited, we recommend buying tickets as soon as possible.  Tickets:

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, only a limited number of people can be admitted.  All admissions must be purchased in advance, on-line, and are for specific entrance times. Social distancing and/or face covering are also required.  All details and ticket purchases can be found at the Queens Farm website
The Thunderbirds each day will perform dances from various regions and tribes.  Each day will have the same program presented twice, with the Saturday and Sunday programs being different.  The planned Saturday program will emphasize Iroquois and Plains dances, while Sunday will highlight Southwestern and Plains dances.  Note: this is not a pow-wow open to all dancers; except for limited audience participation, only Thunderbird dancers will be performing.  
Admissions are $15 for adults, $10 for children 4-11 years old, with those 3 and younger being admitted free.  
Parking is free.  There is no seating provided, so please bring your own chairs or blankets.

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