The first Hopi Market in 2010 was started to help artisans to sell their art and crafts following a major recession, and to introduce their way of life and rich culture to the public. The Hopi Festival brings to Flagstaff public education by way of art, traditional social dances and traditional foods. This event aims to bring the City of Flagstaff together with surrounding neighbors to learn from one another in unity, happiness and stewardship of the earth for all people of different walks of life.
Lisa Talayumptewa, Event Coordinator of HTEDC has said “This festival is for the whole family to enjoy the beauty of Native American art and culture. Life in the eyes of an artist is unique and reflects the beauty in life and brings out serenity.”
Since 2010 The City of Flagstaff’s City Council unanimously approved a street closure of Aspen Avenue between San Francisco and Leroux Streets allowing for increasing the size of the festival. Our goal is to partner with the artisans to promote a diversity of arts, culture and educational opportunities through the Hopi Festival on Heritage Square in Flagstaff’s historic downtown business district.
Friday, Sep 24, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. US Mountain Time
Tuesday, Oct 5, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time
Thursday, Oct 14, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. US Mountain Time
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