HERMITAGE, Tenn. (AP) -- Long Hunter State Park in Hermitage is hosting the 32nd annual Pow Wow and Fall Festival this weekend.
The three-day festival begins Friday and will feature Native American artists, musicians, dancers, food and storytellers.
Sponsored by the Native American Indian Association of Tennessee, the festival draws thousands of people from across the country and provides an opportunity to explore a variety of tribal customs and cultural experiences.
In addition to music and dancers, the festival will feature craftspeople selling their wares and handicrafts at various vendor booths. There will also be live performances.
Activities will begin at 9 a.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday, running into the evening.
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