Annual Holiday Market at Cahokia Mounds

Friday noon – 5, Saturday and Sunday 9-5.

Location:  Inside the Interpretive Center at Cahokia Mounds

Free admission.

Over 35 Native American artists sell their hand-made unique holiday gift items. Tribal affiliations from across the country represented.

Artists Featured at the Annual Holiday Market

Andrew Henry, Navajo, Jewelry

Cynthia Yazzie, Navajo, Pottery, Paintings and Woodwork

Kimberly Greene Bugg, Oneida Six Nations Reserve, Cornhusk Dolls, Leather Works, Beadwork

Rachel Sahmie Nampeyo, Hopi, Pottery, Paintings, Woodwork

Harvey Abeyta and Priscilla Nieto, Santa Domingo, Knives, Flintknapping, Jewelry

Antonio Grant, Eastern Band of Cherokee, Shell Carving

Joe Hi-Jo, Navajo, Dreamcatchers, Jewelry, Buckles

LuAnne Aragon, Laguna Pueblo, Copper, Silver and Brass Jewelry

Bob Lansing, Navajo, Etched Wildlife Pottery

Connie Coriz, Santa Domingo, Jewelry

Will Harjo, Muscogee (Creek), Flutes, Medicine Bags

Artists Featured at the Annual Holiday Market

General Grant, Eastern Band of Cherokee, Wampum Jewelry

Andy Marion, Navajo, Silver Copper Jewelry

Billy Lacy, Cherokee, Jewelry

Ramona Frerichs, Cherokee, Dreamcatchers, Clothing, Pins

Nelson Garcia, Santa Domingo, Silver Jewelry

Joe Don Brave, Cutting Boards, Cups

David Farnham, Cayuga, Stone Carvings

Niles Aseret, Navajo, Turquois Jewelry

Patta LT Silk Studio, Choctaw, Handpainted Silks

Jennifer Garcia, San Felipe, Copper and Silver Jewelry

Lester Ortiz, Navajo, Silver & Turquois Jewelry

Mitchell Battese, Potawatomi, Painting

Keith Yazzie Jay, Navajo, Carved Pottery

Artists Featured at the Annual Holiday Market

Emilio & Marguerite Chavez, Santa Domingo Pueblo,

Norris Chee, Navajo, Paintings and Prints

Charlie & Jessie Mato-Toyela, Handmade Musical Instruments

Woody Richards, Lakota Sioux, Painted Pow Wow Drums

Sharon Richards Young, Lakota Sioux, Fry Bread

Patricia Baxter Shebola, Hopi, Hopi Pottery

Catherine Mowry, Miami, Cornhusk Dolls and Leather

Anita Caldwell, Echota Cherokee, Paintings and other 2 and 3 Dimensional Art

Mel Cornshucker, Cherokee, Pottery

Cheryl Yazzie, Navajo, Bead Work