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Chickasaw Nation Breaks Ground for Ada Wellness CenterFeb
Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby was joined by a host of dignitaries, Chickasaw citizens and community members, Thursday, Feb. 8, in a ground breaking ceremony to begin construction on a state-of-the-art Chickasaw Nation Wellness Center.
Jae L. and Crossover plans 50s and 60s variety showFeb
Vocalists from around Oklahoma and Texas will join the Jae L. and the Crossover band to offer live music harkening back to the happy days of golden oldies 7 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 17, at the historic McSwain Theatre stage, 130 W. Main Street.
World War II reenactment planned for Fort WashitaFeb
A reenactment of a battle involving American and Soviet troops joining forces against the Germans in World War II is set for 2. p.m. February 24 at Ft. Washita, 3348 state Highway 199.
“TE ATA” Story of Remarkable Chickasaw Women to be screened at Athena Film FestivalFeb
The true story of an inspirational Native American actress will be shared at an annual New York City film festival which is dedicated to telling the extraordinary stories of strong, bold women.
Chickasaw Nation Launches New Commerical FM StationFeb
The Chickasaw Nation recently launched a new radio station in Ada featuring a “Modern Rock” format.
Artist Applications Now Accepted For Fifth Annual Artesian Arts FestivalJan
Applications are now being accepted from all Native American artists for the 2018 Artesian Arts Festival, set Saturday, May 26, in Sulphur, Oklahoma.
Chickasaw Nation hosting Valentine’s Day eventsJan
Two exciting events will provide fun Valentine’s Day activities for all ages in Ada and Sulphur.
Choctaw Hymnal app now availableJan
A new application for mobile devices will help preserve a tradition Chickasaw and Choctaw churchgoers have enjoyed for almost two centuries.
Coming Soon: “Bearer of the Morning- The Life of Te Ata Thompson Fisher” DocumentaryJan
Chickasaw Nation Productions documentary “Bearer of the Morning – The Life of Te Ata Thompson Fisher” is set to be released in March.
Dream catcher class open to communityJan
The Chickasaw Nation will offer a dream catcher make-and-take class open to the public at no charge 1-3 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 27, at the Chickasaw Council House Museum, 209 N. Fisher.