RICHLAND, WA-- It's national Native America Month and people celebrated at the Richland library Saturday with some fun and informative activities.
The arts, crafts and culture day included a demonstration of Native American dance and a display of traditional tribal clothing.
Kids could make their own dream catchers and head pieces.
"We're a multi-diverse country with all kinds of cultures and we need to understand and appreciate each other. So having events like this reminds people how diverse we are," said John Cox, event organizer.
The event also included traditional storytelling and a display of Native American crafts.