Shop the Native Arts and Crafts Market this weekend in Sacramento

Food, coffee + Native vendors from all around California.

Beadwork, small clay vessels and other items adorn a table full of goods for sale at the Native Arts and Crafts Market.

Some of the market vendors also have a display in the State Indian Museum gift shop.

As part of Native American Heritage Month, the State Indian Museum (2618 K St.) is bringing back its Native Arts and Crafts Market on Friday Nov. 24 + Saturday, Nov. 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Both days, Native vendors from across California will be selling handcrafted jewelry, clothing, art + more. Food trucks will be parked in front of the museum, selling Indian Tacos, coffee + other treats to fuel shoppers as they peruse.

Vibrant beadwork in the form of flowers, earrings, necklaces + other adornments lay on a table display.

Beadwork is a significant art form in Native American groups, incorporated into ceremonial regalia and adornments.

During the market, admission into the museum will be free. The State Indian Museum exhibits focus on three major themes of California Indian life — Nature, spirit + family.

From historic photographs to stunning ceremonial regalia, many of the materials used to document indigenous life in Northern California were donated by local Native families.

Grab a bite to eat, get some holiday shopping done, and browse curated + engaging exhibit displays — all in one spot.

Want to know more about Native American Heritage Month? Check out our overview of what’s happening in Sacramento.

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