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Miccosukee Indian Arts and Crafts Festival

The Miccosukee Indian Arts & Crafts Festival returns for its 48th year with a three-day seasonal spectacle: Thursday-Saturday, Dec. 29-31, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; tickets $10-$20.

The whole family will be in for a treat with this annual holiday showcase that highlights the culture and diversity of American First Nations. Experience the majesty of Native American culture as it comes alive in an esoteric gathering of music, arts, and entertainment at the historic Miccosukee Indian Village fairgrounds, in the heart of the Florida Everglades.

Graphic: Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida

Regular priced tickets, Dec. 1-31 are $20 for age 12-adult; ages 6-12 are $10; and $15 for seniors, teachers, 1st responders and military with valid ID.

Visitors can savor authentic food, shop indigenous treasures at the crafts market, witness authentic tribal dancing and exciting alligator demonstrations, plus a Miccosukee Fashion Show. 

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Location: Mile Marker 36, US Highway 41, Miami, FL 33194. Call 305-894-2375.

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