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  • Chickasaw White House plans perfect summer evening for public event

    Jun

    27

    The Chickasaw Nation will celebrate Independence Day with the community by hosting the Fourth of July Celebration beginning 4 p.m., Friday, June 30 at the Chickasaw White House, 6379 East Mansion Drive.

  • Chickasaw Cultural Center tree house exhibit presents special activities during July

    Jun

    26

    The Itti' Chokka' TreeHouses: Look Who’s Living in the Trees! exhibit at the Chickasaw Cultural Center is keeping a full schedule of fun activities throughout July.

  • Chickasaw Nation to host finger weaving class

    Jun

    16

    The Chickasaw National Capitol will host a finger weaving class 1-3 p.m., Saturday, June 24, at 411 W. Ninth St.

  • Chickasaw Nation to host Walk for Life and outdoor movie

    Jun

    16

    The Chickasaw Nation will host a Walk for Life event followed by an outdoor family movie showing Friday, June 23, at the Chickasaw National Capitol grounds, 411 W. Ninth St.

  • The Chickasaw Nation to host art classes

    Jun

    15

    The Chickasaw Nation will host art classes at the ARTesian Gallery & Studios, 100 W. Muskogee St. Sulphur, Oklahoma.

  • Classical radio to air Chickasaw’s composition

    Jun

    15

    “Caffeine Smile,” music for string quartet written by Chickasaw Katie Barrick, will air Friday on classical music radio program “Performance Today.”

  • Chickasaw bladesmith wins top prize at Red Earth Festival

    Jun

    15

    Chickasaw artist, writer and bladesmith Daniel Worcester won first place in the Diversity Division at the prestigious Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City.

  • The McSwain keeps it comfy and cool with summertime family film showings through July

    Jun

    12

    The historic McSwain Theatre entered the downtown scene on Ada’s Main Street in 1920 as a family-friendly spot to view motion pictures.

  • Jae L. and Crossover show to feature vocalists from three states

    Jun

    9

    Vocalists from Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas will join Jae L. and the Crossover band 7 p.m., Saturday, June 17, on the historic McSwain Theatre stage, 130 W. Main Street.

  • Chickasaw Nation to host cultural arts and crafts class to Oklahoma City community

    Jun

    9

    The Chickasaw Nation will host a beaded collar class 6-8 p.m. Thursday, June 22, at Remington Park. The class is open to the public at no charge.