It was such a fun day; I thought I’d share a few “behind the scenes” photos with you!
To shoot the stickball shots, they attached a camera to an actual stickball stick!
How cool is that?
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I hope to see you soon!
In January, CNN offered a travel suggestion for each of the 50 states. They named the Chickasaw Cultural Center as a featured attraction in Oklahoma. How cool is that?
In May, the Chickasaw Cultural Center received the TripAdvisor “2014 Certificate of Excellence Award” based on the quality of reviews and opinions earned on TripAdvisor over the past year. It’s so rewarding to hear about the experiences of our visitors, and very touching to...
The holly is hung! The lights are lit! And the Tree is up!
What tree, you ask? Located in front of the Chikasha Poya Exhibit Center, our new Christmas tree stands 30 feet tall. It might be the tallest Christmas tree I’ve ever seen.
It is breathtaking at night.
Last Sunday was our annual Christmas Celebration.Of course, Santa was there to meet all the good boys and girls!
Parents were welcome to take their own pictures.
Or they could have a picture taken by one of our photographers.
Another Christmas tradition at the Cultural Center is cookie decorating!
Who doesn’t love Christmas cookies?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Chokma! My name is Brittney. Born and raised in Northeastern Oklahoma, I am proud to be Chickasaw and excited about the opportunity to celebrate, experience and share my culture with you.