Our Friends of the Native Circle Touch the Earth Festival

Support The Native Circle Touch the Earth Festival, Oswego County’s ONLY Native American Weekend Festival!

Ken Quiet Hawk

Children trying 0n Native American headdresses with Ken Quiet Hawk

The mission of the Native Circle Touch the Earth Festival is to strengthen our spirit and celebrate our diverse cultural heritage through Indigenous music, wisdom, arts and culture.

This not-for-profit event combines history, education and fun with family-friendly performances and activities, and is *FREE* to the public.

With your support of Oswego County’s ONLY Native American festival, The Native Circle Touch the Earth Festival can continue to bring the very best North American Indigenous talent from across the country, include more educational programs and activities while providing a weekend of celebration and entertainment for young and old alike.

YOU help us make the Native Circle Touch the Earth Festival happen. Our ‘Friends of the Native Circle’ campaign is designed to raise funds for the festival.  These dollars help us cover a variety of items/expenses that often go unnoticed.

Your Support helps provide:

  • Award-winning programming and entertainment
  • Travel Expenses for out-of-state performers & presenters
  • Sound equipment
  • Supplies for children’s activities
  • Advertising and administrative costs
  • And more

ALL dollars generated through contributions go directly into the Festival operation. No amount is too small!

The higher the contribution, the more benefits you qualify for.

Easy ways for you to help:

Become a 2011 Friend of the Native Circle Touch the Earth Festival

Become a 2011 Business Partner of the Native Circle Touch the Earth Festival

Advertise Your Business in our Program

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We hope we can count on your support of this heart-warming, entertaining, and educational festival so that it continues to provide quality performances, presentations, and educational workshops for young and old alike, and stays *FREE* to the public in 2011!

The Native Circle Touch the Earth Festival is scheduled for May 28 & 29, 2011.

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