"The Sacred Meaning of Corn to the Hopi People" with Roanna Jackson

"The Sacred Meaning of Corn to the Hopi People" with Roanna Jackson

Nov 5 2017 - 2:00pm
Red Rock State Park is proud to host Roanna Jackson, member of the Hopi Sand Clan. Roanna will share her insight and knowledge into the sacred meaning of corn and how it pertains to the Hopi people. The Hopi Indians, who reside in the arid highlands of Northeastern Arizona, have inhabited the land longer than any other people in North America. The Hopi are not only one of the oldest dwellers within this region, but are considered by many to possess an innate wisdom, knowledge and insight of spiritual matters long forgotten by our modern age. Seating is limited. A reservation fee of $5.00 per person is required, in addition to normal park entrance fees. For reservations please call Red Rock State Park at 928-282-6907.
Location: 
4050 Red Rock Loop Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336