The 35th annual California Indian Market
The California Indian Market, in its 35th year in San Benito County, continues to promote peace through the arts, dance, drum of American Indians, and is sponsored annually by the San Juan Intertribal Council under One Earth One People Peace Vision, Inc., a 501c.3 organization. It is co-founded by CEO Laynee Bluebird Reyna and Chief Sonne Reyna. It is a showcase and sale of exquisite Native American arts, apparel, baskets, book signings, carvings, crafts, dancers, dolls, dream catchers, drums, fetishes, flutes, gourds, headdresses, herbs, jewelry, kachinas, mandalas, music, paintings, pottery, prints, rugs, sculpture, weavings, and more collectible items. The Market was born of a dream which Laynee Bluebird Reyna had in the spring of 1984 ‘seeing’ Native American artists in red top booths on the Old Mission San Juan Bautista Grounds. Her partner, Sonne Reyna brought her to the Santa Fe Indian Market that August where they met and invited award-winning artists to participate in the California Indian Market.
Cost: 1 Dollar Donation, kids under 12 enter free
The Alameda, The Alameda off Highway 156
San Juan Bautista, CA 95045