Sunday’s rain didn’t dampen the atmosphere at the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center’s Holiday Art Fair in Santa Rosa.
Turnout for the event Sunday afternoon was the largest the center has seen in the roughly five years it has held the event, said Nicole Lim, executive director for the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center.
“Lots of traffic and new faces,” Lim said of the turnout.
The museum started the arts fair with the aim of raising awareness of local Native artists and the traditions and histories they showcase.
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