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 All schedules are subject to change.

Four Directions Stage

11 a.m. Aloha Boys (Native Hawaiian)

Noon Star Nayea

1 p.m. Red Earth

2 Aloha Boys (Native Hawaiian)

3 Red Earth

4 Cherokee Youth Choir

4:45 Git-Hoan Dancers (Tsimshian)

5:30 Evening concert with host Wes Studi (Cherokee), Star Nayea, Pappy Johns Band with Murray Porter (Iroquois), and Keith Secola (Anishinabe)

Dance Circle Stage

10 a.m. Git-Hoan Dancers (Tsimshian)

11 Dine Tah Navajo Dancers

Noon Halau O Kekuhi (Native Hawaiian)

1 p.m. Los Nativos de la Isla Taquile (Quechua) and Ccanto Scissor Dancers (Quechua)

2 Git-Hoan Dancers (Tsimshian)

3 Dine Tah Navajo Dancers

4 Halau O Kekuhi (Native Hawaiian)

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

Raven Stage (Storytelling)

10 a.m. Joe Cross (Caddo/Potawatomi) and Donna Couteau (Sac and Fox)

10:30 A. Paul Ortega (Mescalero Apache)

11 Paulla Dove Jennings (Narragansett)

11:30 Lloyd Arneach (Cherokee)

Noon Mary Louise Defender Wilson (Dakota/Hidatsa)

12:30 p.m. Kuna storytelling and culture discussion with Kungiler (Kuna)

1 Gayle Ross (Cherokee)

1:30 Kungiler (Kuna)

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

2:30 Lloyd Arneach (Cherokee)

3 Paulla Dove Jennings (Narragansett)

3:30 A. Paul Ortega (Mescalero Apache)

4 Gayle Ross (Cherokee)

4:30 Mary Louise Defender Wilson (Dakota/Hidatsa)

5 Kungiler (Kuna)

Harvest Stage (Musical Performance)

10 a.m. Oneida Hymn Singers

11 Grupo de Danza y Musica Comca'ac (Seri)

Noon Ledward Ka'apana (Native Hawaiian)

1 p.m. Suya from Upper Xingu region

2 Oneida Hymn Singers

3 Grupo de Danza y Musica Comca'ac (Seri)

4 Ledward Ka'apana (Native Hawaiian)

5 Suya from Upper Xingu region

Potomac Stage (Musical Performance)

10 a.m. Sandy Scofield (Saulteaux/Cree)

11 Willie Lowery (Lumbee)

Noon Jimmy Wolf (Mohawk)

1 p.m. Bannaba Project (Kuna)

2 Sandy Scofield (Saulteaux/Cree)

3 Willie Lowery (Lumbee)

4 Jimmy Wolf (Mohawk)

5 Bannaba Project (Kuna)

Workshop Stage

11 a.m. The Guatemalan Marimba and Mayan legacy with Julio Taracena Bethancourth and Fernando Juarez Barrios (Maya Quiche)

Noon Weaving and design of the Arctic and Southwest with Clarissa Hudson (Tlingit) and DY Begay (Navajo)

1 p.m. String instruments of Peru with Wilber Arce (Chanca)

2 Zuni Pueblo regalia with Fernando and Florentine Cellicion (Zuni)

3 Expression through drums with Joey (Ron'io) and David (Mohawk)

4 Traditions and clothing of California with Kimberly Stevenot and Carson Bates (Northern Sierra Mewok)

Ongoing Demonstrations

Regalia making

Instrument making