The weather in the Inland Empire is starting to turn and its residents are facing the oncoming wonderful weather for which San Bernardino is known. Sunny, cool, crisp mornings and tons of activities for young and old alike are popular and available in this lovely community.
If you are interested in a change of pace for the first weekend in May, you might want to drive out to the gorgeous High Desert and participate in the Mother Earth People Inter-Tribal Traditional Pow-Wow.
Not only is the activity full of educational possibilities for the kids, it is also a culturally rich experience set in a breathtakingly beautiful area. For the moderate price of $10 per car, the kids and their parents will enjoy fun, food, and water splashing.
The Pow-Wow offers traditional Native American foods, arts and crafts, professional Native American dancers, and story-telling.
The Mojave Narrows Regional Park also has horseback riding, camping, and shaded picnic areas for families to enjoy.
So gather up the tribe and do something different this Cinco de Mayo. Go learn, experience, and lift your spirits at a traditional Pow-Wow!