Sahawe Indian Dancers LbNA # 43817
|Placed Date||Oct 5 2008|
|Found By||Big Red Coyote|
|Last Update||Oct 5 2008|
The Sahawe Indian Dancers is part of Boy Scout Troop and Venture Crew 181. For detailed information about them go to:
This is an extraordinary group of young men. Because of the constant influx of new scouts, every performance is unique and wonderful. They have an outdoor theatre in the center of Uvalde where they perform their summer ceremonial dances every year. Winter ceremonial dances are held indoors at the First United Methodist Church of Uvalde. They perform at many events in this area, including Fort Clark Days in Brackettville and Fort Inge Day here in Uvalde. Because of the heavy traffic in the downtown area, this box is placed just outside of Fort Inge.
Uvalde is located approximately 90 miles west of San Antonio along Hwy. 90. In the center of town, Hwy. 90 (Main Street) intersects with Hwy. 83 (Getty St.). Go south on S. Getty until it turns into FM 117. In about 0.4 mile, turn left on FM 140. After 1.2 mile, turn right on to CR-375; there’s a sign for Ft. Inge. Go straight until you’re there. The park is open from 8 am to 8 pm Saturday and Sunday. There is a fee to go into the part of the park past the Fort proper where the river is easily accessible.
To find the box, park at the gate which will probably be locked during the week except in the summer when it's open different hours. The box is located near the gate about five feet off the right side of the road under a pile of rocks about two feet outside the fence. You will have to negotiate around the foliage of a tree to get to it.