Jewelry and accessories made from woven cedar for sale.
Bainbridge Island community members and tribal members of the BI Indipino Community, the Suquamish Tribe and the Squamish Nation in British Columbia gather and perform a welcome song with handmade traditional drums at BARN to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day Oct. 10. Nancy Treder/Kitsap News Group Photos
Chief Dale Harry leads the welcome song for the community gathering.
Ed Carriere, left, and Darlene Peters, wearing the black and white shawl she wove, speak with visitors.
Joseph Martin, executive board chair for the Indipino community, sings an honor song dedicated to the 36 indigenous mothers who were the founders of the Indipino community on Bainbridge.
Suquamish tribal member Kippie Joe makes a potlatch hat from cedar bark.
Making fry bread tacos.
Ribbon skirts on display with a totem applique.