Native American Art Market in Tulsa
Oct02

Native American Art Market in Tulsa

Cherokee Nation hosts major Native American art market 7th annual Cherokee Art Market features more than 130 artists from across the nation TULSA, Okla. — Art enthusiasts are gathering at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa as more than 130 Native American artists from across thenation display their work during the seventh annual Cherokee Art Market on Oct. 13-14, 2012. Admission to the family-friendly market is $5 per person and...

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Cherokee Nation Celebrates Native American Heritage Month
Nov17

Cherokee Nation Celebrates Native American Heritage Month

(TAHLEQUAH, Okla., November 2011) — Cherokee Nation officials today announced free admission to all Cherokee Nation museums including the Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum and John Ross Museum in recognition of Native American Heritage month in November. Guests to Cherokee Nation Gift Shops will also receive a 10 percent discount on all purchases throughout the month. Originally built in 1844, the Cherokee National Supreme...

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Cherokee Nation Refurbishes Ross Cemetery

TAHLEQUAH, Okla., (June 25, 2009) — After more than 165 years, the final resting places of many Cherokee leaders, diplomats, Trail of Tears survivors, community members and ancestors have been restored to their original setting as the Ross Cemetery raised burial area restoration project was completed on June 19. The two-month restoration project included the removal and reconstruction of the limestone wall and columns...

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National Tourism Week in Oklahoma

Oklahoma City – In recognition of the 26th annual National Tourism Week (May 9-17), the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department will host giveaways and events at Tourism Information Centers across the state. “Travelers expect to find free travel information from our expert travel counselors, clean restrooms and a nice place to stretch their legs at our Welcome Centers, but next week they will also receive special edition trivia...

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Roadtrip Culture Through the Eyes of England

It is not very often that I am able to do a road trip for the sake of a road trip. Road trips, for me, are usually a means to an end, a more leisurely and pleasant way to get from point A to point B than the stress of an airport, though all too often even leisure must go out the window for the sake of time. Either way, the small town shops, roadside scenery and other attractions have usually been a fringe benefit and not the reason...

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