Apache Jii (Day) Oct. 20 in Globe

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GLOBE, Ariz. – The twenty-ninth annual Apache Jii festival on Oct. 20 in Globe, will feature the sights and sounds of Native American dancers, royalty, arts and crafts and the scents of fresh made fry bread, acorn stew and more.

The Yellow Bird Dancers are a tradition at the Apache Jii celebration

The Yellow Bird Dancers are a tradition at the Apache Jii celebration

The event draws thousands of visitors from throughout the Southwest and offers visitors and exhibitors alike a chance to interact and talk about the amazing variety of artwork that is available.

The all-day event will include Native American dance troupes, flute players and more. A Native American fashion show, hoop dancers, fry bread and more…that’s what’s in store for visitors to this annual event. Booths will be open, entertainment is scheduled and food will be served from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Apache Jii is sponsored by the Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Golden Eagle Distributors, Apache Gold Casino, APS and the City of Globe. There is no admission fee to enjoy this unique event.

For information visit GlobeMiamiChamber.com or call the Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce at 800-804-5623.

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