Weeklong warnings of rain didn’t stop Tampa Seminoles from making the most of Indian Day on Sept. 28 at the Lakeland property. Despite intermittent showers and a hide-and-seek sun, all planned activities were completed.
Much of the time was spent beneath the large tent where tables full of crafts and several demonstrators, including Bobby Henry and Vinson Miner, and storytellers Herbert Jim and Pedro Zepeda kept dozens of children and teens entertained throughout the afternoon.
Brighton Councilman Andrew J. Bowers Jr. and his wife, Kay, visited and toured various vendor booths.
“I always enjoy coming up here to Tampa,” Councilman Bowers said.
Barbecue foods mixed with traditional fare were served twice, to the crowd’s delight.