It’s Not All About Cowboys at Cheyenne Frontier Days: Visit the Indian Village
Have you ever visited the Indian Village at Frontier Park during Cheyenne Frontier Days?
Everything is not just about the cowboys at CFD, since the second “Daddy of ‘em All” in 1898, Native Americans have been given space at the western celebration.
In the 1960′s, a permanent campground was created at the southeast corner of Frontier Park.
Visitors get an instant lesson in Native American history; see their teepees, watch their dances in colorful costumes, hear their music and taste the Indian Fry Bread. Several booths and exhibits offer crafts and hand-made jewelry.
Activities remaining on the 2011 Indian Village Schedule include:
-Little Sun Drum and Dance Group performing at 11:15, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. through Saturday and at 11 a.m. only on Sunday, July 31.
-Native American Flute player at 2 p.m. and 5:15 p.m. through Saturday.
-Native American Story Telling through Saturday at 1 and 4 p.m.
-Free Crafts for Children coming up on Saturday from 11 until 1.
All activities at the Indian Village are free and open to the public. The village is across from the south end of Wild Horse Gulch on the east side of Frontier Park.