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Experience Zuni: The A:shiwi
Date/Time
Registration Begins
4/30/2021 2:00 PM
Last Day To Register
5/20/2021 9:00 PM
Location
ZUNI, NM 87327, US
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Join us as we spend 4 days and 3 (or 4) nights of quality time learning the history, culture, food and arts of the Zuni People.

We will have the privilege of experienced Zuni archaeologists, guides and teachers as we venture to archaeological sites, enjoy hearing their migration story, dine on traditional foods, and visit local artists known for their intricate jewelry and sculptural stone fetish carvings.

The Zuni, a Puebloan People, are considered the most traditional of the 19 New Mexican pueblos, with a unique language, culture and history. Zuni is a sovereign, self-governed nation, continuing their sacred ceremonial activities throughout the year, as they have for millennia.

For over 1,200 or more years, the Zuni have been living in their current New Mexico location. They call this homeland Halona Idiwan’a, or Middle Place. It is the largest of the 19 pueblos, covering over 700 square miles, and with a population of over 10,000 people, most of whom live in the main village of Zuni and the surrounding community of Blackrock.

Cost
$395.00 per NONMEMBER
$70.00 per REGISTERED
$295.00 per VVAC Member
Cancellation Policy
Due to the short time to the trip, cancellations are NOT allowed.

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