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Phone: 866-426-6901

www.rivertradingpost.com

314 N. River Street

East Dundee, IL 60118

Arts of Native America

Ryon Polequaptewa and friends make

thunder on Scottsdale’s Main Street during

River Trading Post’s annual artists

gathering.

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Hundreds of visitors came

through our front doors during

our March celebration in

Scottsdale to meet world class

Native artists and their families.

But we don’t have to have a

special event in order for collec-

tors and artists to gather. Our

doors always are open for art-

ists and for collectors to relax in

a friendly environment, to en-

joy a bit of music and perhaps a

cup or two of our ever present

Arbuckle’s cowboy coffee.

Whenever you’re in our

neighborhood, drop in, meet a

few people and enjoy the hospi-

tality.

River Trading Post has become

known as

The Gathering Place

, a

place where collectors and Na-

tive American artists can get

together, get to know one an-

other, swap stories and enjoy a

good laugh or two.

Our artist’s events prior to the

Heard Indian Market and the

Santa Fe Indian market are our

way of showing appreciation

for the work that the artists

have contributed to us over the

year.

Artists have the opportunity to

sell their work directly to collec-

tors at the events, and all of the

income derived goes straight to

the artists.

Hopi caver, Raynard Lalo and Friend.

Potters Carlos Laate (Zuni) and Anita

Suazo (Santa Clara) exchange ideas.