Thunderbird Autumn Celebration at Queens Farm Save the Date!! Sun Nov 13, 2022

Autumnal Celebration featuring The Thunderbird American Indian Dancers. Award winning Founding Director, Louis Mofsie; will be held outdoors at the Queens County Farm Museum, 73-50 Little Neck Parkway, Floral Park, New York. 718 347 FARM (3276).

The Thunderbirds will perform dances from various regions and tribes.  Note: this is not a pow-wow open to all dancers; except for limited audience participation, only Thunderbird dancers will be performing.   
The Farm grounds will also host merchants selling Native American food,  jewelry, clothing, pottery and other items.

All admissions must be purchased on-line and should be made in advance.   All time, other details and ticket purchases can be found at the Queens Farm website

Admission to the Farm grounds and the Native American Market is at no charge.  For the dance performance, 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.
To purchase admission tickets, go to  (or go to the

Queens Farm homepage, click on “Events & Programs”;  on the dropdown menu click on “Autumn Dance Celebration).  From the Autumn Dance Celebration page,  click on “Purchase Tickets”.  This will bring you to the Eventbrite web page, which has more information and links to the ticket purchasing.  Since admissions are limited, we recommend buying tickets as soon as possible. 

All cars and vehicles must be parked and stationary on these outdoor museum grounds, prior to the admission and entry of spectators. Safety first!

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