POINT PLEASANT — The Point Pleasant Battle Days Committee and Tu-Endie-Wei State Park have announced that All Nations Drum, a Native American drum group, will be performing on Saturday, October 5, as part of Point Pleasant Battle Days.
All Nations Drum is a renowned group dedicated to educating the general public about traditions of Native America life. Led by John Spotted Horse Helton, the group will be dressed in traditional Native American regalia. The group features a large drum and multiple drummers and dancers.
All Nations will perform at Tu-Endie-Wei State Parkat 6 p.m. There is no admission charge. In addition to the 6 p.m. concert, All Nations Drum will provide short demonstrations throughout the day.
“Bring a lawn chair and just listen, or join in the dancing and the rhythms,” said Tu-Endie-Wie Park Ranger Doug Wiant. More information about the event can be found by calling 304-675-0869 or by visiting online www.tu-endie-weistatepark.com.
Tu-Endie-Wei State Park participates in the annual Point Pleasant Battle Days event commemorating the Battle of Point Pleasant, fought Oct. 10, 1774. This year’s Battle Days event is scheduled for Oct. 4-6. Battle Days is a family oriented, historically interesting event brimming with community spirit and pride.