Join us for a day of family fun as we celebrate Cherokee food. The month of February is called the "hungry month." We invite you to the Museum of the Cherokee Indian for demonstrations of traditional Cherokee food preparation including hominy, making clay pots, and Cherokee dances that celebrate hunting wild game. We will also feature Cherokee storytellers, Valentine making, and the opportunity to enjoy delicious Indian frybread by Nikki Crisp.
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Indian Frybread by Nikki Crisp
11 a.m. Making Clay Pots
12 p.m. Making Hominy
1 p.m. Making Clay Pots
2 p.m. Book Signing & Food Demo with Johnnie Sue Myers
3 p.m. Cherokee Dances
4 p.m. Storytelling