Weekly Event Round Up

Austin:

Join the Austin Celtic Festival on November 2nd and 3rd at Fiesta Gardens. The festival will honor Celtic traditions such as Celtic Music, Celtic Animals, Celtic Dance, Celtic History, Celtic Sports and Celtic Workshops. The festival is one of the few remaining festivals that celebrate the authentic music honored by the Celtic people. The festival is a reminder to people of the extraordinary craftsmanship that made places like Ireland and Scotland leaders in folk music and dance. There will be four stages of music, dance and highland games!

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Boston:

Do you remember your favorite 60s or 70s outfit? Fashion in the Hippie era was bold and bright. If you want to reminisce, check out “Hippie Chic” at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Travel from 1967 – 1972 through 50 different ensembles with beads, fringe, tie-dye, crushed velvet, and patchwork. Hippies created a mix of ethnic and vintage clothing that trickled up the fashion ladder and even the runways. The exhibit will run until November 11th! Check it out before it is gone!

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San Francisco:

The 38th Annual American Indian Film Festival will be presented November 1 – 9 at the Delancey Street Theatre (600 Embarcadero Blvd, near our Sikara store). It will close with its annual American Indian Motion Picture Awards Show at the San Francisco Jazz Center. The American Indian Motion Picture Awards recognizes outstanding Indian cinematic accomplishments. The mission of the festival is to foster understanding of the culture, traditions and issues of contemporary American Indian and First Nations peoples. The festival is the oldest and most prominent media showcase of its kind in the world, don’t miss it!

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