ALLENTOWN, Pa. - Native American culture took center stage at the 34th annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival in Allentown Saturday and Sunday.
The festival featured tomahawk throwing. face paintings and lots of corn to eat.
This was eastern Pennsylvania's oldest Native American Indian festival and was held at the Museum of Indian Culture at 2825 Fish Hatchery Road.
The weekend was highlighted by American Indian drumming, singing, dancing, food and more, including cooking and flintknapping demonstrations.
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