Barona Golf Event Center
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Registration & Vendor information
For more information please contact Helen Fields(619) 445-1188 x 216
Instructor: Eva Salazar (Kumeyaay)
Date: Saturday, September 6th
Time: 10:30am to 3:30pm
Ages: 16 & Up
Fee: $25.00 Public / Free to Barona Tribal Members
RSVP: by August 22nd
Traditionally, the Kumeyaay/Diegueño ancestors made dolls from various materials like clay and corn husks for their children. They used seashells, small pieces of fur, and basket material to decorate their dolls. After European materials like cloth, yarn, and glass beads were introduced, they were used to make dolls for trade or money. Join Eva Salazar (Kumeyaay) and learn to make your own cloth doll.
Barona Cultural Center & Museum
By NICOLAS RAPOLD
A weakness for drink is only one of the problems encountered by the Native American characters in Sydney Freeland’s debut feature, “Drunktown’s Finest.”
Sacramento, California - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. yesterday signed an amended tribal-state gaming compact between the State of California and the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians.