For the 22nd year, Banning Unified School District is celebrating Native American Heritage Month with a cultural event open to the public.

The celebration is Thursday, Nov. 15 at 5:30 p.m. in the multi-purpose room at Banning High School, 100 West Westward Ave. The event features performers, cultural workshops, a free Indian fry bread dinner, and door prizes.

Native American Heritage Month is sponsored by the Banning Unified Indian Education Program.

For further information, call (951) 922-0218, ext. 104018.

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