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American Indian Day with the Miccosukee, SW Miami-Dade

Would you like to learn about the Miccosukee Tribe and other indigenous communities while enjoying a free cultural event with vendors, demonstrations, rides, and more? Well, mark your calendar because there is a two-day celebration of American Indian Day, 2023 being held at the Miccosukee Casino & Resort on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 23-24, 2023.

Admission is free and includes fun activities for the whole family:

  • food and craft vendors
  • alligator demonstrations
  • airboat rides
  • Miccosukee fashion show
  • carnival rides
  • petting zoo

Miccosukee Indians were originally part of the Creek Nation and predated the arrival of Columbus. About 100 members of the Creek Nation who never surrendered are said to have survived the Indian Wars by hiding out in the Everglades. 

About 600 modern-day members of the Miccosukee Tribe of Florida are direct descendants of those who eluded capture and they continue to share their rich heritage, culture and customs with those interested in learning. 

Visit this website for more details.

Photo: Miccosukee Indian Village, Florida

The Miccosukee Indian Village, Casino & Resort is located at the edge of the Big Cypress Wildlife Management Area and Everglades National Park, at the intersection of U.S. Highway 41 (Tamiami Trail) and Krome Avenue, about 22 miles west of South Miami.

Credit: Google Maps

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