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Cherokee National Holiday

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Labor Day weekend - Annual celebration for the Cherokee Nation offering more than 40 different events and attractions such as games, arts and crafts, and a parade. Activities are held at the Cherokee Heritage Center and on the grounds of the tribal headquarters office. Fri-Sun, 9am-5am.

Cherokee National Holiday


Phone : 918-456-0671   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : lslagle@cherokee.org

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Admission Fee : Free

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