2018

June 2 & 3

Tesoro Cultural Center

18th Annual Indian Market & Pow wow 

The Fort-Tesoro Cultural Center

19192 Highway 8, Morrison, CO

10am-4pm both days

Red Feather Woman Performance 

Saturday 2PM

Sunday 1PM

 

June 9th & 10th

American Indian Festival

UMC - 2063 Main Street, Rye, CO

Indian Tacos, entertainment, shop for Native jewelry 

Red Feather Woman TBD Storytelling and music

FOR MORE INFO Helen Darrow 719-676-6341 darrowhelen@gmail.com

 

September 29-30

2018 DENVER AMERICAN

INDIAN FESTIVAL

ed Feather Woman to perform both days, TBD

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2018

10 AM TO 6 PM

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2018

NOON TO 6 PM

(RAIN OR SHINE)

Good Shepherd UMC

3960 E. 128th Avenue

Thornton, CO 80241

Dancers—Drummers—Native Food

Children’s Activities

Vendors from Native Community

The purpose of the festival is to

affirm the value and role of tradition and culture of Native

Americans living in harmony within our community. All persons

are welcome, accepted, and encouraged to participate as we

build bridges of understanding and acceptance.

For More Information:

DenverAmericanIndianFestival.org

https://twitter.com/IndianFestivalD

https:// www.facebook.com/DenverAmericanIndianFestival

www.shepherdchurch.org

www.gofundme.com/rmcdypqk

Lynne Holman is available for presentations!  Please contact her at

Fest15Chief@comcast.net  or 303-423-6682

 

 

NOTED HIGHLIGHTED Music Festivals

Red Rocks Amphitheatre- Morrison, CO
Opening Ceremony with Red Feather Woman & Buffalo Nation
John Denver Tribute — John Adams — Michael Martin Murphy
July 12, 2012

Red Rocks American Art & Music Festival produced with Denver Indian Commission and Rose Red Elk
June/July/August 2010/11/12

Rhythm on the River Music Festival
2009

Native American Heritage Month, Boulder CO
2006

Indian Summer Festival 2005
with Brule’, Keith Secola andLitefoot
Red Feather Woman’s Band - Four piece band/music and storytelling 

Durango Music Festival 2004
Headliners included Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, David Lindley, Doug Haywood - Red Feather Woman - Bill Engvil

International Tours

US Embassy Sponsored Tour
2008
Turkey Izmir, Manisa, Aydin, Mugla, Denizli, Isparta, Antalya and Ankara
Pakistan- Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar and Islamabad.

US Department of Treasurer 2006
Washington DC.

Storytelling/songs - performance – Floriana, Malta
2005
Sponsored by the US Embassy of Malta and the Ministry of Education

Storytelling/songs - performance - Native American Week
Washington DC internship program for prestigious Native American business associates and educators
Sponsored by the American University and Texas A&M University
US Dept of Treasury DC
Door County Auditorium, WI

Storytelling/songs - performance
25th Annual Native American Symposium
University of Iowa-Performing Arts Complex

Door County Auditorium
2007
Fish Creek, WI

Workshop presenter - Stress Management Using Native American Traditions and Mediations
18th Annual American Indian Science & Engineering Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Musical performance - Journey Through our Heritage
Benefit concert with two time Grammy winner, Mary Youngblood, and Mario
March 28, 2003

Storytelling/songs - performance
Conference on World Affairs, Colorado University, Boulder, Colorado

Live musical performance
KBDI Channel 12
Pledge Drive, Denver, Colorado
Program Viewing of “Song of the Spirit”, a landmark concert with Joanne Shenandoah, Bill Miller and R.Carlos Nakai

 

Numerous guest appearances and interviews on local TV and nation as well as international 

For Booking information contact  info@redfeatherwoman.com