Taino Indian Spring Equinox Celebration

Living Ethics School is holding a special spring equinox celebration event at 11 a.m., March 13, with local leaders from the Concilio Taino Guatu Ma Cu A Boriken tribe at the Living Ethics School, east of Allen.

The event will feature Tiano areytos (ceremonial dances), arts and crafts, traditional food, education about planting and other fun, family activities. Attendees can discover who the Taino indigenous people were and who they are today. Taino culture, a subgroup of the Arawakan Indians, is very much alive in Puerto Rico, through vocabulary, music, customs, beliefs and there’s a resurgence of Taino descendants around the world reconnecting with their heritage.

Admission is free. Location: 340 Country Club Rd., Fairview. For more information call Living Ethics School 214-544-8338 or visit CenterForLivingEthics.org. For more information on Concilio Taino Guatu Ma Cu A Boriken, visit ConcilioTainoPR.org.

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