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Photo: Allison Jarrell
Photo: Allison Jarrell

San Clemente Times

The free event is a Native American gathering and celebration of protection and preservation. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Panhe will celebrate its 10th anniversary of festivities. The site of Panhe is the 9,000-year-old historic village of the Acjahmen/Juaneño people and continues to be sacred and ceremonial. It will include singers, dancers, a flute circle, food, basketry demonstrations, speakers, artisans, plant demonstrations, vendors, exhibits and more. There will be parking and shuttle service throughout the day from Concordia Elementary School, 3120 Avenida del Presidente in San Clemente. The event will take place at San Mateo Campground at San Onofre State Beach, San Clemente, California, 949.366.8599,

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