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BUFFALO BURGERS AND FOLK ART

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The Eighth Annual Gateway to Nations NYC Native American Heritage Celebration takes place June 15-17 at Fort Hamilton Army Base in Bay Ridge. More than 1,000 Native-American artists, performers and educators from both North America and South America will return to Fort Hamilton for this event. (A scenes from last year’s Celebration is shown at left .)

In addition to an array of Native-American folk art (paintings, sculpture, pottery, jewelry and leatherwork) for sale, there will be a menu of Native-American cuisine to choose from - buffalo burgers, wild rice, venison stew, corn soup and frying bread.

Admission is $7, $4 children and seniors. On Friday, hours are 10 am to 3 pm; on Saturday, 11 am to 9 pm; and Sunday, 11 am to 8 pm. Performance times are Saturday and Sunday, 1 pm and 6 pm. For more information visit www.redhawkarts.home.mindspring.com on the Web. Rain or shine.

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