Powwow to Launch Native American Heritage Month

October 17, 2022

The 17th Annual Choctaw Powwow will kick off Native American Heritage Month with what is regarded as one of the nation's largest and best powwows. More than 600 dancers are expected to be joined by drummers and singers, and an estimated 13,000 visitors for the festivities.

Stories by Choctaw Women book

Choctaw Cultural Center Produces First Book

September 14, 2022

The 200-page paperback, released earlier this month, will be available at the center's Hvshi Gift Store, the Choctaw Store in the Choctaw Nation Headquarters, and in Choctaw Travel Plazas across the Choctaw Reservation.

An Inquisitive Prince

Choctaw Cultural Center, French Museum Partner on Exhibit

September 17, 2021

Even before the new Choctaw Cultural Center opened in July it was having an impact on an international exhibition. The venture speaks to the level of professional respect already achieved by the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma (CNO) facility, its programming, and staff.

Choctaw Cultural Center

Choctaw Cultural Center tells 14,000 year story

July 1, 2021

The much-anticipated opening of the Choctaw Cultural Center is scheduled for July 23. The Cultural Center, located on Highway 75 in Durant, Oklahoma, uses interactive and immersive exhibits and cutting-edge technology to tell the story of the Choctaw people, which spans over 14,000 years.

Tvshka Homma Sculpture

Work Moves Forward on Choctaw Cultural Center Opening

November 2, 2020

The handles on the doors of the Choctaw Cultural Center are made in the image of stickball sticks. Those doors of Chahta Nowvt Aya, the "Choctaw Journey," are closer each day to opening wide for visitors expected from around the world.