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  • Chickasaw artist experiments with ancient dyeing technique

    Dec

    13

    Rena Smith has been making pucker toe moccasins for years but recently became interested in dyeing fabric with cochineal – a beetle from Central and South America whose crushed carcasses produce a reddish color.

  • Great gifts at the Chickasaw Holiday Market

    Dec

    13

    Shop the Chickasaw Holiday Market for unique Native American art and jewelry, Bedré Fine Chocolates, award-winning Chickasaw Press books, Pendleton products, DVDs, apparel and more.

  • Public Chickasaw language lessons available to children

    Dec

    11

    The Chickasaw Nation offers Chickasaw language classes at no charge to any interested student age 4 to 14.

  • Jae L. and Crossover Christmas Spectacular at the McSwain Theatre Dec. 21

    Dec

    11

    Performers from Oklahoma and Texas will join Jae L. and the Crossover band on the historic McSwain Theatre stage 7 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 21, to offer classic holiday tunes during the annual Christmas Spectacular show.

  • Chickasaw Cultural Center offers family fun for the holidays

    Dec

    6

    The Chickasaw Cultural Center is gearing up for what will be a busy holiday season filled with seasonal staples like decorated trees, lights and candy canes as well as unique offerings such as art markets and gourmet dinners.

  • Chickasaw Elder Veterans lay wreaths at Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

    Dec

    6

    Chickasaw Nation warriors laid wreaths at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery during a recent trip to Washington, D.C.

  • Chickasaw canine companions protect and serve

    Dec

    3

    Many dogs spend their time at the side of their owners, helping them exercise or relax, going on adventures, always cheering them up. Some work to save lives and keep us safe.

  • Pettigrew brothers to donate flute and pipe to Chickasaw Nation

    Nov

    21

    Chickasaw flute and pipe makers Jack and Wendell Pettigrew “previewed” a matching hand-made flute and pipe set to Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby during the Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and Festival.

  • Hook earns second runner-up and Entrepreneur Award at Miss Indian Oklahoma pageant

    Nov

    20

    Chickasaw Princess 2018-2019 Mikayla Hook was named second runner-up for Miss Indian Oklahoma in the Miss Indian Oklahoma Scholarship Pageant Friday, Nov. 1, at the McSwain Theatre.

  • Chickasaw Nation Performing Arts to perform “A Tuna Christmas”

    Nov

    19

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