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7:00 pm - 10 pm
NEW YORK - Louis Mofsie, Hopi/Winnebago, and the Thunderbird American Indian Singers and Dancers, will present an evening of social dancing tonight at the National Museum of the American Indian's George Gustav Heye Center, located at One Bowling Green in lower Manhattan.
Joining the Thunderbird American Indian singers will be Heyna's Second Sons drum group.
Mofsie, whose father is Hopi from Arizona and mother Winnebago from Nebraska, was born in Brooklyn, New York. He is the director of the Thunderbird American Indian Singers and Dancers, a New York based dance troupe, who has celebrated their 30 year anniversary.
Mofsie has performed in several countries, including: Israel, Japan and Canada. Besides performing, he has also choreographed various theatric plays such as, "Operation Sidewinder" for the Lincoln Center Repertory Company in New York City and "The Only Good Indian" with the Theater for the News City.
Tonight's presentation can be enjoyed by the entire family.
WHAT: Thunderbird Special
WHEN: Saturday, January 21
7:00 pm - 10 pm est
WHERE: National Museum of the American Indian - New York
George Gustav Heye Center
One Bowling Green
New York, New York
posted January 21, 2012 6:55 am est
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