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Mount Hood Flute Fest
 

 (Saturday) October 1st, 2011  & (Sunday) October 2nd, 2011

Featuring “Native American Salmon Bake”  (on both days),

&

 “Wy’East Flute Concert”  (on Saturday night)

    Mt. Hood Village, 65000 East U.S. Highway 26,

near the historic Village of Brightwood, Oregon

No Admission!  Free Parking!

Traditional Native American flute music and flute makers are the focus of this special gathering of artists and musicians on the mountain the Native People called “Wy’East”.  Outside, under a large tent, there will be music throughout the day as craftspeople sell everything from flutes to drums, from beadwork to carvings, and much more.  There will be some things for the beginner to the professional, making this an ideal place for families and individuals of all ages to gather.  On Saturday evening, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., there will be the “Wy’East Flute Concert”, featuring some of the best flute performers in the Northwest.  This festival will be both educational and uplifting.

Cascade Geographic Society, an educational non-profit, staffed by volunteers who believe in the preservation of Oregon history and hands-on education.
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