Iroquois Indian MuseumHowes Cave, N.Y.On Friday, August 4th, you’re invited to a Cajun, Zydeco, Bluegrass bash at the Iroquois Museum in Howes Cave.  The evening kicks off at 5 pm with an opening act of The Catskill Gamblers and followed by The Rubber Band and wraps up at 9 pm.  The event features the Schoharie Co. Arts Council, local artisans, tasty food, and a silent auction.   Enjoy some high energy romping and stomping. Ron Bruschi, a Zydeco Dance Instructor will be available for lessons. 

Grab a partner and waltz away your cares, two-step it out in style, or just kick back and enjoy the tunes.  Hot food available for purchase from High-On-The-Hog and Chris’ Concessions.   Admission is $10 for adults, kids under 18 free and includes admission to the Museum.  For a $20-dollar ticket you receive a commemorative cup with a free beer from Serious Brewing.  All proceeds benefit the Museum’s education programs.  Rain or shine, we’ve got you covered!  For information call 518.296.8949 or email us at


The Iroquois Museum is an independent nonprofit cultural museum founded in Schoharie County, NY in 1981. It houses the largest collection of contemporary Iroquois art in the world and offers a window into Iroquois culture and history through archaeology, visual arts, and performing arts. The 7,300 square-foot facility inspired by the traditional Iroquois longhouse presents changing and permanent exhibits, the Children’s Museum, and the Museum Shop, which features hand-crafted Iroquois art, silver, and leatherwork. The museum is surrounded by a 45-acre Nature Park, two 19th-century log houses formerly on the Six Nations Reserve, and a 500-seat outdoor covered amphitheater.


Press Contact:

Heather Livengood
Assistant to the Director

Iroquois Museum
324 Caverns Road
Howes Cave, NY 12092