Choctaw Cultural Center to Begin New Year Teaching Tradition
Classes, Workshops Available in January
Published December 22, 2021
DURANT, Okla. – A month of activities scheduled at the Choctaw Cultural Center will offer insight into the tribe’s traditional heritage. In January 2022 tribal members and the public alike are invited to attend workshops and other activities at the Choctaw Cultural Center, 1919 Hina Hanta Way, in Calera.
Programs are free with a paid admission. Choctaw Nation tribal members are admitted free.
Daily Education Experiences
A foundational course designed for those with little to no previous knowledge of the Chahta people that elaborates on the history presented within the Choctaw Cultural Center.
Traditional storytelling is the main source of history keeping for the Chahta people. Come listen to stories woven from fact, legend, religion, that teach moral lessons or interpret historical events.
Social Dancing Exhibition 1
- Wednesday-Saturday, 11-11:30 a.m., Kowi Chito Theater
- Wednesday-Saturday, 1-1:30 p.m., Living Village, (Kowi Chito Theater, inclement weather location)
Social Dancing Exhibition 2
- Wednesday-Saturday 2-2:30 p.m., Living Village, (Kowi Chito Theater, inclement weather location)
- Wedneday-Saturday, 3:30-4:30 p.m., Living Village, (Hvshi Entrance indoors, inclement weather location)