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Inaugural California Native American Heritage Parade

Inaugural California Native American Heritage Parade

November is Native American Heritage Month. To celebrate this special month, the California Legislative Native American Caucus is organizing a first-ever parade in Sacramento with tribes from around the state, music, and supporters. Click here for the Parade Participant Registration Form.

Saturday, November 9, 2024
10 AM

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