The Chickasaw Cultural Center will celebrate fall Oct. 20 with a day full of pumpkin patches, cultural demonstrations, movies, spooky storytelling and more. The activities and exhibit are open to the public at no charge.
Published October 14, 2018
SULPHUR, Okla. — Usher in the new season during the Fall Festival Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Chickasaw Cultural Center, 867 Cooper Memorial Road.
Enjoy a day of family-friendly activities including a pumpkin patch, cultural demonstrations, make-and-takes, traditional games, garden activities and more.
Delight your palate with complimentary, savory roasted corn, pashofa and other seasonal and traditional fare in the Traditional Village.
Traditional Chickasaw storytellers will share haunted tales and ghostly stories at 4 p.m. during “Spooky Tales” at the Chickasaw Cultural Center’s Amphitheater.
The Te Ata Exhibit will be available to visit during the festival.
Explore the life of Mary “Te Ata” Thompson Fisher and her journey to become one of the greatest Native American performers of all time now through Nov. 11 in the Aapisa’ Art Gallery.
View items owned and worn by Te Ata, as well as memorabilia and props from the recently released, award-winning film.
The activities and exhibit are open to the public at no charge.
The family-friendly film “Halloweentown” will be shown at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 20, in the Anoliꞌ Theater. Prices for the showing are $3 for children age 12 and under, $4 for adults or $6 for a movie deal that includes ticket, popcorn and drink.
For more information, call (580) 622-7130 or visit www.ChickasawCulturalCenter.com.