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PANHE

A Native American Gathering 

A Celebration of Protection & Preservation

11th Anniversary Event
San Mateo Campground at San Onofre State Beach
Sunday, March 26, 2016, 10 am – 4 pm

The San Onofre Parks Foundation (SOPF), whose mission is to support education and interpretive efforts of California State Parks at San Clemente and San Onofre State Beaches, is presenting the 11th annual Panhe – A Celebrtation of Protection & Preservation. Panhe is the 9,000 year old historic village of the Acjahmen/Juaeno people and continues to be a sacred and ceremonial site.

EVENT INFORMATION:

  • Panhe 2017 – A Celebration of Protection & Preservation, FREE ADMISSION
    • Featuring Native American: Singers, Dancers, Flute Circle, Food, Basketry Demonstrations, Speakers, Artisans, Plant Demonstrations, Vendors, Museum Exhibits, and more!

Panhe 2017 Event Location

  • San Mateo Campground, at San Onofre State Beach, San Clemente, California
  • FREE Parking and round-trip shuttle throughout the day departing from: Concordia Elementary School, 3120 Avenida del Presidente, San Clemente, CA 92672

Event sponsored by United Coalition to Protect Panhe and The San Onofre Parks Foundation. In partnership with California State Parks.

For a complete event schedule, additional information, membership and volunteer opportunities please visit: www.SanOFoundation.org, or call 949-366-8599

ABOUT SAN ONOFRE PARKS FOUNDATION:

The San Onofre Parks Foundation (SOPF) is a California non-profit, charitable corporation, whose mission is to provide education, protection, and preservation for the California State Parks at San Onofre and San Clemente State Beaches. As a public liaison to these parklands, the San Onofre Foundation will foster a comprehensive stewardship of this unique recreational resource, with its historically important sites and environmentally significant setting.