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Reading festival in April will focus on American Indian culture

Klindt’s Booksellers Manager Tina Ontiveros, left, and owner Joaquin Perez are excited about the upcoming American Indian Cultural Festival, which will bring four Northwest authors to Klindt’s in April.

Photo by Jesse Burkhardt
Klindt’s Booksellers Manager Tina Ontiveros, left, and owner Joaquin Perez are excited about the upcoming American Indian Cultural Festival, which will bring four Northwest authors to Klindt’s in April.



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Jim Tindall, district librarian for the North Wasco County School District, stands in front of a Percy Manser mural at The Dalles High School that displays tribal fishing at Celilo Falls in the time before The Dalles Dam flooded the area. Tindall is project manager for the American Indian Cultural Festival, which will begin on April 9.

For those who love to read and appreciate the value of the written word, The Dalles is the place to be in April...

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