Three Sisters Celebration
Monday - Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday: Noon - 5 p.m.
Free & open to the public
This annual event observes the changing of the seasons and planting of essential crops like beans, corn and squash. In combination, these crops are known as the “Three Sisters” and provide long-term soil fertility and healthy crops of food. See this planting method in gardens around campus.
Don’t miss one of the Chickasaw Cultural Center’s biggest events of the year!
-Films in the Anoli' Theater (See Daily Activities for daily film schedule)
-Stomp dance demonstrations
-Natural dye-making demonstrations
-Flat reed mats
-Fish nets / baskets
-Garden talks / tours
-Pony bead bracelets (March 16, 18, 20, 22 & 23)
-Clay pendants (March 16 - 18 & 20 - 22)
-Mock archaeology dig (March 19, 23 & 24)
-Quilt square contest (Winner will receive completed quilt)
-Plant / seed giveaways
-Caterpillar kit giveaways
-Tie-dye fabric art (March 17, 19, 21 & 24)
-Recipe card handouts
-Nutrition education booths (March 18, 20 & 22)
-Gourd painting demonstration (March 21 only)
-Art market booths (see vendor list below)
-20% off gift shop toys
Aaimpa' Cafe will have a limited menu with the following specials:
-Alligator po' boys
-Blackberry pecan spring salad
Art Market Vendors:
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