11:00 am - 6:00 pm (Rain or Shine)
Inwood Hill Park - 218th Street and Indian Road (4 blocks west of Broadway)
MohawkCoterie.com is an Authentic Collective of Native American Designers, Artisan’s and talent. Our goal is to increase our presence and establish appropriate representation outside our Reservations/Tribes. Through educating and sharing we plan to unblur the lines that lay between First Nation’s people and you. Through Fashion, Art, Dance and Dialogue we can all make a better connection.
Please join us at “Drums Along the Hudson” Festival for a workshop or just to shop and chat.Our booth will feature KwiioCouture Contemporary Native American Fashion jewelry & accessories. Mohawk Made Official Lacrosse Stick’s and a schedule of future classes in and around NYC.
MohawkCoterie is pre-selling 2 sessions of Native American Beadwork classes (11am-1pm, 4pm-6pm) and Hoop Dancing and Hoop Making combined in 2 sessions (12pm-2pm, 3pm-5pm).
Both Classes above are $55.00 pressed or $65.00 on location. We will supply small beading kit and hoop making materials accordingly.
You can purchase a spot on the homepage, or you can email me at Mohawkcouture@gmail.com to make alternative reservations.
Learn, Create & Dance
DRUMS ALONG THE HUDSON® features Manhattan’s only open air pow wow, which is a celebratory gathering of Native American people that will be led by Louis Mofsie and the Thunderbird American Indian Dancers with Host Drums Heyna Second Sons and Silver Cloud. This multicultural family-oriented festival combines Native American heritage with the diversity of New York City with performances of world dance and drumming traditions, including Tibetan Song and Dance, Seneca Nation Allegany River Indian Dancers, Alakande! Spread the Joy! West African Percussion and more. Activities also include Native American crafts, storytelling, international cuisine and a World Market Tent. In keeping with the underlying theme of environmental awareness and education, DRUMS ALONG THE HUDSON® will continue to feature an Environmental Tent and a free bicycle valet for attendees who ride their bike to the park.
To reach Inwood Hill Park, take the 1 train to 215th Street or the A train to 207th Street. The entrance to the park is at 218th Street and Indian Road, four blocks west of Broadway. By car, it is just north of the Dyckman Street exit off the Henry Hudson Parkway.