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A full slate of cultural demonstrations will take place at the Painted Desert Inn in Petrified Forest National Park this weekend.
The demonstrations will start with a traditional Navajo silversmithing demonstration today (March 21). Teddy and Rebecca Goodluck of Houck will be showing the intricacies of the art to interested visitors.
On Saturday, March 22, Justin and Irene Morris of Winslow will also be presenting a demonstration of Navajo silversmithing.
Alice Hawthorn and her daughter Angeline Murphy, both of Houck, will be at the inn on Sunday, March 23. The two will demonstrate traditional Navajo techniques in weaving, jewelry making and beading.
All demonstrations run from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
For more information, contact Park Ranger Kip Woolford at (928) 524-6228, ext. 273, or kip_woolford@nps.gov.

Photo courtesy of Petrified Forest National Park Alice Hawthorne and her daughter Angeline Murphy will demonstrate traditional Navajo artistic techniques in weaving, jewelry making and beading on Sunday, March 23, at the Painted Desert Inn in Petrified Forest National Park.

Photo courtesy of Petrified Forest National Park
Alice Hawthorne and her daughter Angeline Murphy will demonstrate traditional Navajo artistic techniques in weaving, jewelry making and beading on Sunday, March 23, at the Painted Desert Inn in Petrified Forest National Park.

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