On Saturday, a group of Texas State Students will fire up a piece of 10,000-year-old technology.
The third annual Sacred Springs Powwow, being held this weekend in San Marcos, will feature traditional dancers in colorful regalia and musicians from native tribes all over Texas, including the Comanche, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Lipan Apache. There will be traditional foods and arts and crafts.
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Sacred Springs Powwow
10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday at the Aquarena Center, 921 Aquarena Springs Drive in San Marcos
Admission for adults is $2 or two cans of food for the food bank. Children, students, elders, and veterans are free. For information, call 512-393-3310 or visit www.indigenouscultures.org.