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Native American Heritage Night

November 14 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Engage with Indigenous cultures and traditions

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with us at The Grace and enjoy an evening at the Museum with activities for the whole family!

5-8 pm – Crafts in the Courtyard
5-8 pm – Explore the museum and visit the Native American Heritage Month exhibition in the 3rd floor history galleries
6 pm – Live performance in the Courtyard by visiting group Mitotiliztl Yaoyollohtli


About Mitotiliztl Yaoyollohtli

La Danza Mexihka (Azteca) is a living, evolving and cultural tradition filled with the artistic and spiritual tradition of the Mexihka.  La Danza is a form of prayer, individual and yet communal.  It is a way of life, all encompassing.

It is a rich blend of music, choreography, poetry, theater and most important of all, of deeply held spiritual faith. 

Using brilliant colors in their regalia, headdresses and musical instruments, the Mexihka dancers communicate across generations, to carry on a tradition which they have been entrusted with.  Using intricate dance steps, turns and jumps, the dancers evoke a kinetic prayer.

Drums, rattles, seed pod shells and flutes unite to create a mind expanding experience that reflects the cultural heritage of Mexico and Aztlan.

Mitotiliztli Yaoyollohtli (Heart of the Warrior Aztec Dancers) has been sharing these traditions in the DFW area for 25 years and continue to share the culture with the public while maintaining alive the centuries old ceremonies and rituals.



This event is made possible through grants provided by Humanities Texas.


November 14
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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The Grace Museum
102 Cypress Street
Abilene, TX 79601 United States
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