‘Stories on the Square’ returns

BY STAFF REPORTS
06/05/2019 09:00 AM
TAHLEQUAH – Cherokee Nation Cultural Tourism is offering free, family-friendly storytelling events on Wednesdays in June. The two-hour program will be hosted at the Cherokee National Peace Pavilion starting at 10 a.m., with the exception of June 19 when it will be held under the gazebo.

Each week Stories on the Square will conclude with a different hands-on activity or craft. The make-and-take activity schedule is below:

• June 5 – Painting garden rocks

• June 12 – Paper plate masks

• June 19 – “Root-runner” basket weaving

• June 26 – Mini gourd masks

The Cherokee National Peace Pavilion is at 177 S. Water Ave. In the event of inclement weather, the event will be moved to the Cherokee National Prison Museum at 124 E. Choctaw St.

Attendees will receive free admission to the Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum, Cherokee National Prison Museum, John Ross Museum and Sequoyah’s Cabin Museum following the program.

For information, call 1-877-779-6977 or visit www.VisitCherokeeNation.com.

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