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Upcoming Events at Wright’s and in the Community: Volume 2

Upcoming Events @ Wright’s and in the community:

October 23rd – Our next Discount Giveaway drawing on Facebook!

October 26th – Native American Arts & Crafts Fair

November 9th-10th – American Indian Arts Marketplace at the Autry Museum

November 9th – Hangin’ with the Masters – Ep. 21: Bennie “Yellowman” Nelson & Benjamin Nelson (@ Wright’s)
 
*NEW*November 10th – Hangin’ with the Masters – Ep. 21: Bennie “Yellowman” Nelson and Benjamin Nelson (@ True West of Santa Fe) 

*NEW*November 12th – Tesuque Pueblo: San Diego Feast Day. Flag, Buffalo, Corn, Comanche and Deer dances.

November 12th – Future Co-Director of Wright’s – Baby Boy Hyman – is scheduled to make his entrance into the world!

November 23rd-24th – 6th Annual Yanaguana Indian Arts Market at the Briscoe Western Art Museum

November 29th- December 1st – Annual Fall Native American Holiday Market

November 30th  Black Hills Winter American Indian Art Market
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Upcoming Events at Wright’s and in the Community: Volume 1

Upcoming Events @ Wright’s and in the community:

October 12th-13th – Natural History Museum of Utah Indian Art Market

October 12th-13th – Annual Native Treasures COLLECTORS SALE (to benefit MIAC exhibitions and education programs)

October 16th – Our next Discount Giveaway drawing on Facebook!

October 17th – St. Margaret Mary’s Feast Day: Laguna Pueblo, Village of Paraje. Harvest & Social Dances.

October 26th – Native American Arts & Crafts Fair

November 9th-10th – American Indian Arts Marketplace at the Autry Museum

November 9th – Hangin’ with the Masters – Ep. 21: Bennie “Yellowman” Nelson & Benjamin Nelson (@ Wright’s) 

*NEW*November 10th – Hangin’ with the Masters – Ep. 21: Bennie “Yellowman” Nelson and Benjamin Nelson (@ True West of Santa Fe) 

*NEW*November 12th – Tesuque Pueblo: San Diego Feast Day. Flag, Buffalo, Corn, Comanche and Deer dances.
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Sad News

We are saddened to report that our long-time friend, and jeweler extraordinaire, Roger Tsabetsaye, passed away on March 16, 2019, as the result of a bad fall.

Roger was a remarkable talent, noted for his painting and kachina carving, as well as his splendid jewelry. His use of magnificent stones was equaled only by his superb workmanship.

More than that, Roger was a thoughtful, intelligent man, involved with tribal issues, and with a quietly wry sense of humor.

He would often come in and sit, chatting about the world – Native and not – for hours, whether or not he had jewelry to sell.

We at Wright’s, will certainly miss his company, and his beautiful creations.