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Teaching Circle

Third Saturday of each Month

from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm.  Check calendar for dates.  Must register for class and is a four month commitment

to attend once a month.

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Our center is open to anyone no matter what race, ethnicity, or religious beliefs.

Pipe Ceremony


Held 3rd Friday of each

month at 7:00 PM

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Community wide gathering

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As long as you come with an open mind, open heart and respect you are welcome to join us

Solstice and Equinox


Celebrated the Sunday closest to the

Solstice or Equinox

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History & Stories

Bishinik the Woodpecker

According to Choctaw legend, when the "returning waters" (that is the Choctaw term for the Great Flood) came, two birds, Bishinik (a small, speckled yellow billed, scissor tail species of Woodpecker), and olichik (the scissor tail fly catcher)...

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Choctaw Legends

In stories collected by Henry S. Halbert in the 19th century regarding the beliefs of the Choctaws, supernat- ural beings are mentioned, such as Kashehotapalo, a combination of man and deer who delights

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U.S. Apology to Indians Considered

Andrew Mollison - Cox News Service WASHINGTON -- An official apology for the way the United States ...


Seven Years

A Shawnee man and his wife are dining at a table in a restaurant, and the husband keeps ...


Banaha Bread (Choctaw)

Recipe is ready in 30-60 minutes Ready in: 30-60 minutes Serves/Makes: 4 ...