The Smithsonian Institution's First Americans Festival, being held in conjunction with the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian, continues today on the Mall between Third and Seventh streets. Admission is free. For more information, call 202-633-1000 or visit www.americanindian.si.edu. All schedules are subject to change.

Four Directions Stage

Noon: Joanne Shenandoah (Oneida)

1 p.m. War Party (Cree)

2 Pamyua (Yup'ik/Inuit)

3 Joanne Shenandoah (Oneida)

4 War Party (Cree)

5 Pamyua (Yup'ik/Inuit)

Dance Circle Stage

10 a.m. Suurimmaanitchuat Dance Group (Inupiat)

11 Halau O Kekuhi (Hawaiian)

Noon: Los Nativos de la Isla Taquile (Quechua) and Ccanto Scissor Dancers (Quechua)

1 p.m. Buffalo Creek Dancers (Iroquois)

2 Suurimmaanitchuat Dance Group (Inupiat)

3 Halau O Kekuhi (Native Hawaiian)

4 Los Nativos de la Isla Taquile (Quechua) and Ccanto Scissor Dancers (Quechua)

5 Buffalo Creek Dancers (Iroquois)

Raven Stage (Storytelling)

10 a.m. Dovie Thomason (Lakota/Kiowa-Apache)

10:30 Cochise Anderson (Chickasaw/Choctaw)

11 Dovie Thomason (Lakota/Kiowa-Apache)

11:30 Kungiler (Kuna)

Noon: Lloyd Arneach (Cherokee)

12:30 p.m. Harvest stories with Joe Cross, Donna Couteau and Sean Fahrlander

1 Cochise Anderson (Chickasaw/Choctaw)

1:30 Trudie Richmond (Schaghticoke)

2 Sean Fahrlander (Anishinabe)

2:30 Joe Cross (Caddo/Potawatomi) and Donna Couteau (Sac and Fox)

3 Lloyd Arneach (Cherokee)

3:30 Kungiler (Kuna)

4 Sean Fahrlander (Anishinabe)

4:30 Trudie Richmond (Schaghticoke)

5 Joe Cross (Caddo/Potawatomi) and Donna Couteau (Sac and Fox)

Harvest Stage (Musical Performance)

10 a.m. Primeaux and Mike (Oglala/Yankton Sioux/Ponca and Navajo)

11 Suya from Upper Xingu region

Noon: Mary Youngblood (Aleut/Seminole)

1 p.m. Nukariik Throat Singers (Inuit)

2 Primeaux and Mike (Oglala/Yankton Sioux/Ponca and Navajo)

3 Suya from Upper Xingu region

4 Mary Youngblood (Aleut/Seminole)

5 Nukariik Throat Singers (Inuit)

Potomac Stage (Musical Performance)

10 a.m. Andes Manta (Chibcha/Mestizo)

11 Ulali (Tuscarora, Apache/Maya)

Noon: Bannaba Project (Kuna)

1 p.m. St. Laurent Metis Dancers

2 Andes Manta (Chibcha/Mestizo)

3 Ulali (Tuscarora, Apache/Maya)

4 Bannaba Project (Kuna)

5 St. Laurent Metis Dancers

Workshop Stage

11 a.m. Women's regalia-making with Margaret Wood (Seminole/Navajo) and Karen Pheasant (Ojibwe)

Noon Gourd rattles with Steve Darden (Navajo/Cheyenne/Swedish) and Rose Darden (Navajo/Ute)

1 p.m. Tlingit mask carvings with Nathan Jackson (Tlingit)

2 Strings of Mexico with Bernardo Esquer and Alejandro Mojica (Mayo de Sinaloa)

3 Bolivian weaving with Valeria Choque Calvimontes (Jalq'a), Antonia Flores Vargas and Leonardo Ventura Polo (Tarabuco)

4 Percussions in indigenous communities with Leandro Chambi Ilafaya (Tarabuco), Calvin Hoe (Native Hawaiian), Arnold Herrera (Cochiti Pueblo) and Rock Pipestem (Otoe-Missouria and Osage)

Ongoing Demonstrations

Regalia-making

Instrument-making