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It's the last day of the Southern California Indian Center’s (SCIC) Annual Pow Wow at the Autry National Center, which will give visitors the chance to celebrate the country’s diverse American Indian cultures through drumming, songs, and dance. The festivities last until 6 tonight.

Another big cultural fest wraps up today--it's the West LA Buddhist Temple's Obon Festival 2008, which features dancing and drumming performances. Don't run out of the house to the West LA Buddhist Temple this morning, though, because things don't happen until 3 in the afternoon and last until 9 at night. LAist had a great time last year at the fest--check out our photo essay!