Discover Free, Engaging Activities with Cherokee Nation During Spring Break, March 19-23

Looking to make the most of your spring break? Cherokee Nation has you covered with an array of engaging activities suitable for the whole family. From March 19th to the 23rd, immerse yourself in the rich heritage, culture, and artistry of the Cherokee people, all while enjoying these free and interactive experiences.

Let your creativity soar as you participate in make-and-take crafts at various cultural destinations on Thursday, March 21st, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Whether you’re keen on crafting round reed baskets at the Cherokee National History Museum or trying your hand at coil pots at the Cherokee National Prison Museum, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Delve into the art of paper weaving at Sequoyah’s Cabin Museum or experiment with corn husk flowers at the Saline Courthouse Museum. With activities ranging from crafting mini booger masks to clay medallions, there’s no shortage of creative outlets to explore.

But the excitement doesn’t end there! Join in on the Cherokee Nation’s second annual scavenger hunt, happening at all cultural locations throughout the week. Embark on an enriching journey as you explore various destinations within the reservation, all while gaining insights into Cherokee culture along the way. The Cherokee History Scavenger Hunt concludes at the Cherokee National History Museum in downtown Tahlequah, where participants will be rewarded with a special prize upon completing the challenge.

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So, round up your loved ones and embark on a memorable adventure filled with discovery, learning, and fun. Whether you’re crafting intricate baskets or unraveling the mysteries of Cherokee history, a spring break spent with Cherokee Nation promises to be an enriching experience for all.

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