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Annual Keetoowah Celebration

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Event# 918-431-1818

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Annual Keetoowah Celebration

Celebrating over 55 years of constitutional government. Attractions include a kid's fishing derby, dignitary breakfast, parade, state of the nation ceremony, hog fry, gospel singing children's activities, turtle races, make and take crafts along with crafts and food vendors. There will also be a traditional games including a cornstalk shoot, blowgun shoot, marbles exhibition, and stickball exhibition. Open to the public.

Annual Keetoowah Celebration

Address : Keetoowah Community Services Bldg Tahlequah OK
Phone : 918-431-1818   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : publicityukb@yahoo.com

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Admission Fee : Free Admission

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