Photo highlights: Homolovii State Park's Suvoyuki Days

Above: Hopi Dancer Jalen and her uncle Ernal Harvey of Polacca. Below: potter Dee Setalla explains the traditional process to Suvoyuki visitors Aug. 1. “Suvoyuki” translated in the Hopi language means to accomplish work through a “joint effort.” Suvoyuki Day is a festival celebrated Aug. 1 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Homolovi State Park that celebrates the partners who have helped to protect and save Homolovi area archaeological and cultural sites from destruction.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Photos/Todd Roth

Above: Hopi Dancer Jalen and her uncle Ernal Harvey of Polacca. Below: potter Dee Setalla explains the traditional process to Suvoyuki visitors Aug. 1. “Suvoyuki” translated in the Hopi language means to accomplish work through a “joint effort.” Suvoyuki Day is a festival celebrated Aug. 1 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Homolovi State Park that celebrates the partners who have helped to protect and save Homolovi area archaeological and cultural sites from destruction.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Photos/Todd Roth

Suvoyuki Day is a festival celebrated Aug. 1 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Homolovi State Park that celebrates the partners who have helped to protect and save Homolovi area archaeological and cultural sites from destruction.

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