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  • The Chickasaw Nation Performing Arts to Perform “A Tuna Christmas”

    Nov

    7

    The Chickasaw Nation Arts & Humanities Division will present “A Tuna Christmas,” by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard.

  • Community invited to join in observing Veterans Day with the Chickasaw Cultural Center

    Nov

    6

    The month of November is Native American Heritage Month–a time to gather together, give thanks and celebrate tradition and culture.

  • Chickasaw White House gingerbread make-and-take events open to public at no cost

    Nov

    6

    The Chickasaw Nation will offer a series of free gingerbread make-and-take events open to the public at the Chickasaw White House, 6379 E. Mansion Drive.

  • Chickasaws host hundreds at Multi-Tribal Day

    Nov

    5

    Several hundred visitors filled the Chickasaw Cultural Center’s Traditional Village Nov. 3, to enjoy, learn and partake in dance, food, crafts and much more during Multi-Tribal Day.

  • Best of Show Features an Actual Show

    Oct

    31

    “Southeastern Art Show and Market (SEASAM) attendees probably didn’t realize the submission named “Best in Show” contained an actual “show.”

  • McSwain Theatre 2018 Grand Awards Show finale winners announced

    Oct

    31

    The McSwain Theatre Grand Awards Show—an entertainment competition showcasing local artists—culminated with a red carpet event Oct. 20, at the historic theater.

  • Chickasaw Astronaut inducted into National Native American Hall of Fame

    Oct

    26

    Chickasaw astronaut John Herrington is among 12 individuals inducted into the inaugural class of the National Native American Hall of Fame.

  • Chickasaw Nation Documentary Wins Heartland EMMY® Award

    Oct

    26

    The Heartland Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences honored “Winter Fire—And Our Mothers Cried,” with an EMMY® Award in the Documentary – Historical category.

  • Candlelight vigil planned to honor those impacted by domestic violence

    Oct

    17

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. To honor survivors and those who have lost their lives to domestic violence, a candlelight vigil is scheduled 6:30 p.m., Friday, Oct. 19, at the First United Methodist Church, 129 W. 14th St.

  • Bow shooting competition planned Oct. 20 at Kullihoma

    Oct

    17

    The Chickasaw Nation will host the annual Shoot of the Nations, a traditional Native American cornstalk shooting showcase, Saturday, Oct. 20, at Kullihoma Recreation Area.