Native American Christmas Market
Dec 14, 2019

Native American Christmas Market
Glenpool Elementary All Purpose Building
14901 S Fern
Glenpool
,
OK
74033
Phone: 918-998-4549

The ninth annual Native American Christmas Market welcomes everyone to shop and learn about Native American art from the actual artists and craftspeople who create it. Come participate at hands-on "make-and-take" art stations and browse handmade traditional clothing on display, including shawls, star quilts, Seminole patchwork skirts, ribbon shirts, vests, silver and turquoise jewelry, one-of-a-kind beadwork and more.

Bring your holiday list and stock up on crocheted scarves, baby blankets, baby moccasins, stationary, hand-painted wooden keepsake boxes, Christmas stockings and ornaments. You'll also find handmade leather goods, handmade Native American dolls, Pendleton products and wood etchings. Local vendors will also be in attendance such as Legacy Bath & Body selling organic Oklahoma made soaps, lotions and much more.

Be sure to come hungry and enjoy fresh Indian tacos, fry bread, barbecue sandwiches, popcorn and nachos. You may even win a raffle item or make new friends while you shop. DJ Skeeter will provide music along with Glenpool students showcasing their musical talent. Enjoy this free cultural event while supporting lNASA student activities and local artists. Native American Christmas Market in Glenpool is a place where you can spend the entire day shopping and having fun with the family. 

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Amenities
Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant
General Information: Free admission
Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking
Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-75
Projected Attendance: 500
Hours
Saturday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Directions
From Highway 75 South & 151st Street head East and turn north at Fern where the Glenpool football stadium is. Pass the stadium & field house up to the first elementary building and you'll see the All- Purpose Building at 14901 S Fern St.
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