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The Wandering Bull has been one of the largest Native American craft suppliers in the U.S. since 1982.
The Little Bull is a trading post, an art gallery and a place to catch up on the news about the Powwow circuit and the New England NDN community all in one!
Dancing Brooke Lodge, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a safe sanctuary for abused and abandoned captive bred wolf-hybrids or wolfdogs. Our mission focuses on education and a safe, healthy enviornment for all animals companion or otherwise.
The "Walking Bear Singers" are an Inter-tribal Drum based in southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts. WE sing in the tradition of the Southern Plains.
Jean Schwartz loves to sing for and with children and their families. With her guitar and musical toys she brings to her audiences traditional folk and silly songs, and an occasional original.
Bayrd’s Indian Trading Post specializes in Native American jewelry and crafts and participates at Native American
Pow Wows throughout the tri-state area, as well as many other venues in the New England area. We have a wide variety of chokers, and beaded jewelry as well as many other handcrafted gifts, collectibles and crafts
Black Thunder Singers are a Northern Traditional Native American drum located in New England. We sing the songs of the Black Hills and the Great Lakes.
The Bedford VA is a long-term care facility specializing in geriatric and psychiatric care. Comprehensive health services include mental health, medicine, psychiatry, physical medicine, dentistry, geriatrics and ambulatory care. The mission of the VA is to honor America's Veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being.
The largest free folk festival in the nation, with continuous music on six outdoor stages, takes place in downtown Lowell, Massachusetts. A family friendly event, the Lowell Folk Festival has presented an international array of folk music, ethnic foods, craftspeople and artisans, as well as kid’s activities to enthusiastic New England audiences every summer for over 20 years.