Smithsonian Hosts Third Living Earth Festival

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian hosts its third Living Earth Festival this weekend.

The festival opens Friday with an organic farmer’s market. It will include fresh, local produce, meats and cheeses, including jerky made from free-range beef, elk and buffalo. Also, demonstration booths will be set up outside and throughout the museum.

During the festival, the museum will feature music and dance performances, film screenings and hands-on workshops.

The festival continues through Sunday with an outdoor cooking competition.

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