Evan Scribner stood motionless, two arrows stabbed into the ground next to him. He sized up a batch of cornstalks staked some 30 yards away.
Educators, artists, linguists, public servants and cultural advocates were among those honored during the Chickasaw Nation Arts & Culture Awards ceremony Oct. 3, at the Chickasaw Cultural Center.
The Chickasaw Nation is strong because the people are strong
Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby crowned three young ladies Chickasaw Royalty during the 2019-2020 Chickasaw Nation Princess Pageant, held in conjunction with the 2019 Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and Festival.
An October 1 inauguration ceremony marked the beginning of an unprecedented ninth consecutive term for Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby.
The Chickasaw Nation has planned an evening to share culture, honor heritage and showcase art and talent with a duo of events Thursday, Oct. 3 at the Chickasaw Cultural Center.
High school marching bands from across the state are preparing for the Chickasaw Band Day Extravaganza on the final day of the Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and Festival Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019, at Tishomingo High School.
Three talented young ladies are set to be crowned Chickasaw royalty during the Chickasaw Princess Pageant 6 p.m., Monday, Sept. 30, at the Ada High School Cougar Activity Center, 1400 Stadium Drive.
The public is invited to attend any of the many events included in this year’s Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and Festival, Sept. 27-Oct. 5.
A time of reunion, fellowship and cultural pride; the Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and Festival gets underway Sept. 27 and continues through Oct. 5.
Runners are invited to register for the Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and Festival 5K and Fun Walk to take place Sept. 28.
The Chickasaw Nation is now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 Chickasaw Princesses. Applications must be submitted by Friday, Aug. 23.