The Chickasaw Cultural Center National Learn About Butterflies Day is Tuesday, March 14. Coinciding with the annual Three Sisters Celebration, the cultural center, located at 867 Cooper Memorial Road, will host this event providing an opportunity to learn about native and migrating butterfly species, including monarch butterflies.
The Chickasaw Cultural Center invites patrons to take part in a special weeklong event to celebrate Valentine’s Day through participation in Chickasaw culture, language, food, and make and take activities.
The Chickasaw Cultural Center and the Chickasaw National Recreation Area (CNRA) will join the community in celebrating the American bald eagle with bald eagle watch events 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 18 and 25.
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.
The sun maintained its summer heat as stickball teams and fans from Oklahoma, Texas and Mississippi gathered at the Chickasaw Cultural Center for the inaugural Chickasaw Annual Meeting and Festival 12 on 12 coed stickball tournament.
Located at the Chickasaw Cultural Center, the Holisso: The Center for Study of Chickasaw History and Culture features Chickasaw and other Southeastern Indian genealogy, oral history workshops, digitization events, lecture series, conferences, roundtable discussions and book signings.