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One Saturday of every month, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Museum of the Cherokee Indian offers a family-friendly fun day of free cultural activities including traditional dancing, storytelling, cultural arts demonstrations, genealogy workshops, hands-on craft workshops and more. Traditional food is available on-site, weather permitting. The Cherokee Friends offer workshops on traditional dancing and cultural arts demonstrations including wampum belt making, moccasin making, stickball stick making, wood carving, fire making, and more. Hands-on workshops are taught by members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and often include making a clay medallion or a traditional Cherokee pot stamped with wooden paddles carved with designs. Different members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians share stories and flute music. Every month includes activities related to that month’s theme.
Activities are sponsored by the Museum, the North Carolina Arts Council, and the Cherokee Preservation Foundation. Regular prices apply to food and to admission to Museum exhibits.
April – Kawonuhi (Duck + Bird Month)
May – Anisgvti (Planting Month)
June – Cherokee Voices Festival
July – Guyegwoni (Corn in Tassel Month)
August – Galoni (End of Fruit Month)
September – Dulisdini (Nut Month)
October – Duninvdi (Nut Month)
November – Nvdadegwa (Hunter Month)
December – Vsgiyi (Snow Month)
Museum of the Cherokee Indian
598 Tsali Blvd.
Cherokee, NC 28719