Cherokee

Annual Trail of Tears Pow Wow

Each year, the weekend after Labor Day, come enjoy the Native American Dance Competitions, singing, story-telling, Indian flute demonstrations, Native American Jewelry, clothing, books, arts, collectibles. Refreshments including Indian Fry Bread and other delicious treats! There will also be a drum contest with 1st place winning $2,000, 2nd place winning $1,000, and 3rd place winning $500.

Native American Heritage Month at Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center

Make your way over to the Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center each Saturday in November to help celebrate National Native American Heritage Month! The Heritage Center will celebrate this historic month each Saturday at 12:00 noon with “Granny Tell Me a Story”, a collection of children’s fables and stories as told by Kristina Scott, the center’s tour guide. Ethel Adkins, former tour guide and Kristina’s mother, told her children and grandchildren these stories as they were growing up.

Kristina will be dressed in a Native American Tear Dress, much like a grandmother would wear back in the 1800’s. Guests are encouraged to bring a sack lunch to enjoy while hearing stories. And be sure to ask about supporting Volunteers for Cherokee Children, an organization that collects donations for Cherokee children of all ages who are in need.

Native American Heritage Month at Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center

Make your way over to the Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center each Saturday in November to help celebrate National Native American Heritage Month! The Heritage Center will celebrate this historic month each Saturday at 12:00 noon with “Granny Tell Me a Story”, a collection of children’s fables and stories as told by Kristina Scott, the center’s tour guide. Ethel Adkins, former tour guide and Kristina’s mother, told her children and grandchildren these stories as they were growing up.

Kristina will be dressed in a Native American Tear Dress, much like a grandmother would wear back in the 1800’s. Guests are encouraged to bring a sack lunch to enjoy while hearing stories. And be sure to ask about supporting Volunteers for Cherokee Children, an organization that collects donations for Cherokee children of all ages who are in need.

Native American Heritage Month at Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center

Make your way over to the Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center each Saturday in November to help celebrate National Native American Heritage Month! The Heritage Center will celebrate this historic month each Saturday at 12:00 noon with “Granny Tell Me a Story”, a collection of children’s fables and stories as told by Kristina Scott, the center’s tour guide. Ethel Adkins, former tour guide and Kristina’s mother, told her children and grandchildren these stories as they were growing up.

Kristina will be dressed in a Native American Tear Dress, much like a grandmother would wear back in the 1800’s. Guests are encouraged to bring a sack lunch to enjoy while hearing stories. And be sure to ask about supporting Volunteers for Cherokee Children, an organization that collects donations for Cherokee children of all ages who are in need.

Native American Heritage Month at Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center

Make your way over to the Trail of Tears Park and Heritage Center each Saturday in November to help celebrate National Native American Heritage Month! The Heritage Center will celebrate this historic month each Saturday at 12:00 noon with “Granny Tell Me a Story”, a collection of children’s fables and stories as told by Kristina Scott, the center’s tour guide. Ethel Adkins, former tour guide and Kristina’s mother, told her children and grandchildren these stories as they were growing up.

Kristina will be dressed in a Native American Tear Dress, much like a grandmother would wear back in the 1800’s. Guests are encouraged to bring a sack lunch to enjoy while hearing stories. And be sure to ask about supporting Volunteers for Cherokee Children, an organization that collects donations for Cherokee children of all ages who are in need.

30th Annual Trail of Tears Pow Wow

Each year, the weekend after Labor Day, come enjoy the Native American Dance Competitions, singing, story-telling, Indian flute demonstrations, Native American arts & crafts, Native American Jewelry, clothing, books, arts, collectibles; Refreshments including Indian Fry Bread and other delicious treats! There will also be a drum contest with 1st place winning $2,000, 2nd place winning $1,000, and 3rd place winning $500.