Inwood Hill Park
Saturday, May 03, 2008
Take the ‘A’ Train to 207 Stop**
11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Drums Along the Hudson includes native drumming from around the world, intertribal social dances like the Round Dance, the Iroquois Smoke Dance, and the Jingle Dance. Native food, crafts, and art will be for sale.
Shad Fest celebrates the annual return of spawning shad to the Hudson River. Shad Planking demonstrations by Chris Letts of the Hudson River Foundation and free tastings are Featured. “Planking ” is a Native American cooking method taught to the European settlers.
For more information, please visit the Drums Along the Hudson website:
Co-sponsored by Northern Manhattan Parks, Lotus Music & Dance, and The Hudson River Foundation.
** Take the A uptown to 207th street. Exit at the front of the train (Isham street). Walk West on Isham, up the hill. Enter Inwood Hill Park and take the 1st path on the right (which follows Seaman Avenue) to the end (past the ball fields and play ground).