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The first weekend in September finds the Summerfest grounds hosting its last festival of the season. Indian Summer, the largest American Indian celebration of its kind in the U.S., doubles as a Horse Nation Celebration this year, with world-renowned horse experts in attendance alongside genuine American Indian ponies and horses. The event also features a contest powwow throughout the weekend, native storytellers and dancers, and performances by Joseph Hall, the Native American Elvis.
Admission is $14, $10 for seniors and free for children 12 and under. Visit indiansummer.org for a full schedule or more information.
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