On Sunday, October 18, from 2 – 5 p.m., Market Street in The Woodlands will host its first ""Sharing the Spirit"" American Indian Cultural Festival, presented by The Native American Chamber of Commerce.

The festival will include dancers decorated with conventional costumes, storytellers, drums and flutists, face-painters, Native lodges, and Native traders. Also, there will be chances to register early for classes on creating Native American leather, jewelry, and buckskin pouches, paintings, and beading. Further class offerings feature Basic Cherokee language, Native dancing and so much more. Classes are $10 each or $25 for three classes which include all materials.

Festival coordinators persuade everyone to bring a ""End Hunger"" brown bag, which will be obtainable at HEB for just $5. Each person that brings an ""End Hunger"" bag will be entered into a drawing for an opportunity to win fun giveaways and prizes, including a unique ten-speed bike. There is free Admission and the event is open to the public. Also, all proceeds from the event will go to the Montgomery County Food Bank.

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