Are you looking for great gifts? Do you want to find beautiful jewelry or art for your home? If so, join us for our annual Indian Market Days to browse hand-crafted art made by Native-American artisans from a variety of tribal affiliations including Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, Cherokee, Oglala Sioux, Santo Domingo, Oneida, Creek, Commanche, and Kiowa. Their work includes paintings, drawings, baskets, beadwork, pottery, sculpture, metal work, wood carvings, feather work, flutes, decorated gourds, and jewelry of all types. All items are Indian-made and most reflect some aspect of native culture. Crafts and artwork will be available in all price ranges. The event runs from 12-5 on Friday June 4, 9-5 on Saturday June 5, and 9-4 on Sunday, June 6. Due to Covid restrictions, all attendees must wear masks and observe six-foot social distancing. This unique shopping event is free to attend, though reservations are required. Tickets can be reserved on our home page at www.cahokiamounds.org and are available on Eventbrite. https://tinyurl.com/5d7yvekb Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, operated by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, is located eight miles from downtown St. Louis in Collinsville Illinois off Interstate 55-70 (Exit 6) and Interstate 255 (Exit 24) on Collinsville Road. The site is closed on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays but is open Thursday through Sunday with the exception of Thanksgiving. For more information, please call us at 618-344-9221 or visit www.cahokiamounds.org.