Discovery Center Celebrates Feast of the Harvest Moon; Native American Dancing and Activities Presented on Saturday

Native American dancer Elaine Meyers will be performing a variety of dances (and children--and adults--are welcome to join her) during the Feast of the Harvest Moon celebration.

Native American dancer Elaine Meyers will be performing a variety of dances (and children--and adults--are welcome to join her) during the Feast of the Harvest Moon celebration.

The Big Bear Discovery Center will celebrate Native American heritage, including the traditions of Serrano Indians who once lived in the Big Bear Valley, in tomorrow’s 9th annual Feast of the Harvest Moon celebration. The October 24 event, which is free and runs from 10am to 2pm, will include live performances by Native American dancer Elaine Meyers, storytelling by local John Three Hawks, animals from the Moonridge Zoo, and hands-on activities for children presented by the volunteers of Children’s Forest and focused on the traditions of the Serrano Indians. Traditional fall festival activities will also be available during tomorrow’s Feast of the Harvest Moon, which takes place at the Big Bear Discovery Center on Big Bear Lake’s North Shore, just east of Fawnskin.

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The Big Bear Discovery Center will celebrate Native American heritage, including the traditions of Serrano Indians who once lived in the Big Bear Valley, in tomorrow’s 9th annual Feast of the Harvest Moon celebration. The October 24 event, which is free and runs from 10am to 2pm, will include live performances by Native American dancer Elaine Meyers, storytelling by local John Three Hawks, animals from the Moonridge Zoo, and hands-on activities for children presented by the volunteers of Children’s Forest and focused on the traditions of the Serrano Indians. Traditional fall festival activities will also be available during tomorrow’s Feast of the Harvest Moon, which takes place at the Big Bear Discovery Center on Big Bear Lake’s North Shore, just east of Fawnskin.

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