ATTLEBORO — Area residents have another opportunity this weekend to learn more about the original settlers in the region.

The 45th Annual Native American Pow-Wow and Craft Fair is taking place 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, at the fairgrounds of LaSalette Shrine off Park Street (Route 118).

There will be Native American crafts, storytelling, singing, dancing, children’s activities, and traders, along with plenty of music. There will also be a raffle and refreshments.

There will be demonstrations by Intertribal Council of New England.

The host drum will be Split Feather, and there will also be performances by Bob White Bear and Wolf Cry Singers.

A suggested donation is $2, with children under 12 and seniors free.

The event is sponsored by the Wollomonuppoag Indian Tribal Council.

For more information, contact Barbara Brintnall at 508-680-6419, or Laura Demers at 508-838-4478.

Also follow on Facebook: The Wollomonuppoag Indian Tribal Council, or email

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