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Miami NOW...Native Oklahoma Weekend Festival

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Event# 918-542-4481

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Miami NOW is a 3-day event celebrating the rich Native American history and cultural in this 9-Tribal Nation community. Plus the event is a celebration of the past and future on Route 66. The event features Native American Tribal Dance Demonstrations, storytelling and singing; Best of the Best Fancy Dance Championship, Junior Division Tribal Dance Competition, Stomp Dance, Indian Taco & Dessert Fry Bread Cook-off, Arts and Crafts Show, Car Show, 5K Run, Chili Cook-off & Tasting, gospel singing at The Sunday Gathering, Kidz Alley and live entertainment throughout the weekend.

Miami NOW...Native Oklahoma Weekend Festival

Address : Miami Fairgrounds - Hwy 125-south of intersection of Steve Owens Blvd. & Main Street Miami OK
Phone : 918-542-4481   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 918-540-1260

Email Address : info@miaimiokchamber.com

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Admission Fee : No Fee

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