I knew the Indian Village was open when I heard the flutes playing. A family moved closer to the center ring to sit on the carved benches. A handful of people were chosen to participate in a performance. And others wandered in and out of the shop fronts, looking at dream catchers, pots, turquoise jewelry and other wares.
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 America