Lenape/Delaware Heritage Days

The Delaware tribe of Indians is a federally-recognized tribe based in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. They are the modern day descendants of the Lenape, the original Indigenous people of the Passaic River Valley. Join members of the tribe for a weekend of exploring the history and traditional practices of the Lenape. Welcome them as they perform Lenape music, dances, and cultural practices of the tribe.

Contact Information
  1. Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park
  2. 9735230370
  3. tribe@delawaretribe.org
Sat, July 31
10:00 am — 2:00 pm
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The Delaware tribe of Indians is a federally-recognized tribe based in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. They are the modern day descendants of the Lenape, the original Indigenous people of the Passaic River Valley. Join members of the tribe for a weekend of exploring the history and traditional practices of the Lenape. Welcome them as they perform Lenape music, dances, and cultural practices of the ...

72 McBride Avenue Extension Paterson, NJ 07501

Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park

72 McBride Avenue Extension
Paterson, NJ 07501

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